New biomechanics visualization technology can be shared among scientists in open source database
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Bio-inspired surfactants could 'green' many common household products
Engineers turn to copper, but must first overcome a major challenge
Scientists test different conservation messages to find out which have the most impact on energy consumption
NSF Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials is developing biodegradable metals for surgical implants
Scientists aim for the eye of the storm to study hurricanes, tornadoes and blizzards from the inside
Preschoolers engaged, teachers enthusiastic about moving math and science to the head of the class
Environmental engineers play vital role in determining next steps to safeguard drinking water
To detect dark matter called Weakly Interacting Massive Particles, or WIMPs, you have to go a long way - down!
Engineers gather data for more informed decisions about the benefits versus costs of oil and natural gas development
Researchers go door-to-door, test tap water for possible impact on plastic pipes in home plumbing systems
The UCLA Biomechatronics Lab develops a language of touch that can be "felt" by computers and humans alike
The wearer's vital signs and surrounding environment would be monitored by devices that run on body heat and motion
Smaller, smarter and faster radar systems could save lives, money when severe weather strikes
The growing database is helping researchers discover new insights and it could become a powerful tool for diagnosis
Engineers and scientists collaborate with industry to realize the potential of light waves in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, and much more.
MIT roboticists are developing smart assembly line robots that will learn from experience working alongside humans
University students live with "net zero" water system to test out the idea of decentralizing the urban water infrastructure
These flexible devices would monitor, treat chronic wounds and communicate progress wirelessly
Vanderbilt researchers use cap to electrically stimulate learning skills