NASA is looking for far-out ideas. NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program is seeking Phase II proposals for continuation of promising studies selected during the first phase of the visionary program. [More]
The formation of spin-out company Aduro Biopolymers by WaikatoLink Limited, the technology transfer organisation of the University of Waikato, has resulted in a finals place in the Commercial Deal Award in the KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards. Winners will be announced at an awards function on 19th June in Auckland. [More]
Schools in Sheffield are being given the chance to make their own artwork inspired by the centenary celebrations of Harry Brearley's invention of stainless steel.
Sheffield Hallam University is running two des... [More]
Working with a microscope for several hours a day demands a high degree of concentration and strains users' eyes and posture muscles.
If workstations and the microscope itself are designed ergonomically, this ... [More]
LayTec is happy to announce to have signed a strategic OEM agreement with Evatec Ltd. – a leading supplier of thin film deposition systems to semiconductor and optics.
LayTec will equip Evatec with high prec... [More]
Xmark Media announces the launch of Vacuum Expo and its partner conference, Vacuum Symposium. [More]
Eastman Chemical Company is displaying three new luxury drinkware collections from BarLuxe, made with Eastman Tritan™ copolyester, at the 2013 National Restaurant Association Show from May 18 to 21 in Chicago. [More]
Hosokawa Micron Ltd announces the development of the new design, low noise Whisper-Booth. [More]
A team of pupils from Greenhead College in Huddersfield have won a university award for their innovative turbo-charger component storage solution, which they made for Bradford-based engineering company BorgWarner.
Marco Mahler , a kinetic sculptor specializing in mobiles, and Henry Segerman , a research fellow in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Melbourne, are releasing a collection of fully 3D-printed mobiles on May 14th 2013. An extensive online search did not turn up any fully 3-D printed mobiles made by anyone else yet, making these 3-D printed mobiles apparently the first ones in the world. [More]