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Manufacturing News from the Engineered Designer Perspective

8/18/2019
Five defence industry technologies — right out of science fiction — that are real today

Five defence industry technologies — right out of science fiction —

EDI Weekly

With modern technology and science advancing at an incomprehensible rate, it is no wonder that we are seeing some incredible new inventions

8/17/2019
Carbon Nanotubes — from energy storage to automotive parts from electromagnetic shields to biomedical applications — light stable durable

Carbon Nanotubes — from energy storage to automotive parts from

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Carbon Nanotubes – What are they and what are they used for?Carbon nanotubes are incredible feats of human engineering with a strong foothold in

8/15/2019
Geosynthetics and clean technologies – preventing contamination reinforcing terrain and preventing erosion

Geosynthetics and clean technologies – preventing contamination

EDI Weekly

Clean technology is quickly becoming one of the most pivotal resources on planet Earth, as non-renewable sources run low and the focus switches

8/7/2019
Self-Driving Cars: Virtual Reality’s role in “boredom on the road” for passengers of autonomous vehicles

Self-Driving Cars: Virtual Reality’s role in “boredom on the road” for

EDI Weekly

The idea of self-driving cars has been around for a number of years now, with the technology finally catching up to the premise. We could well

8/6/2019
Vanadium dioxide (VO2) metal conducts electricity — with ten times less heat

Vanadium dioxide (VO2) metal conducts electricity — with ten times

EDI Weekly

 A team of researchers led by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently discovered a metal that conducts electricity without

7/17/2019
Beam me up Scotty. Teleportation is small step closer: researchers transport photon 500 kilometers: Micius satellite

Beam me up Scotty. Teleportation is small step closer: researchers

EDI Weekly

Scientists moved past theory and science-fiction, after successfully transporting an “object” from Earth to an orbiting satellite

7/17/2019
Nanotechnology key to energy storage solar energy industries

Nanotechnology key to energy storage solar energy industries

EDI Weekly

The energy sector, including energy storage, solar power and hydrogen storage, will see great advances in the coming two decades, and

7/17/2019
Highly Accurate Counting Technique from National Institute of Standards and Technology

Highly Accurate Counting Technique from National Institute of

EDI Weekly

?Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology developed a way to count the absolute number of neutrons in a beam with

7/17/2019
Nanotechnology can help clean up oil spills with super-absorbant carbon nanotube sponges

Nanotechnology can help clean up oil spills with super-absorbant

EDI Weekly

Cleaning up toxic chemical and crude oil spills that occur in water is a major problem for which there has been no completely effective solution

7/17/2019

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Colorado adopts California zero-emissions vehicle mandate

Air Quality

Colorado adopts California zero-emissions vehicle mandate

Touring Trollworks Biochar Plant

Natural Resources

Touring Trollworks Biochar Plant

Javid unveils £600m boost for five projects

Infrastructure

Javid unveils £600m boost for five projects

Scientists Astonished After Finding Microplastics In Arctic Snow

Air Quality

Scientists Astonished After Finding Microplastics In Arctic Snow

Iranian tanker sought by US heads to unknown destination

Fossil Fuels

Iranian tanker sought by US heads to unknown destination

Conservatives rail against New York Times project on America’s sordid slave

Climate

Conservatives rail against New York Times project on America’s sordid slave