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The Future of Cooling? A Molecular Pump

July 10, 2019

Research points to eliminating the mechanical pump. Greek mathematician and physicist Archimedes set off an historical evolution of…
Radio Telescope Gets Upgrade at Brookhaven Lab

February 14, 2019

Three new dishes were added to the telescope, which will prepare scientists for a larger project potentially on…
Designing and building a mini automated vehicle

May 7, 2018

Throughout their studies students in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering develop their skills and knowledge working…
More Gender Equality leads to Less Women in STEM, Study Finds

February 25, 2018

With debates on the gender pay gap and the relatively low participation of women in STEM raging on,…
Experiments validate models predicting failure modes in miniaturized lightweight structures

April 6, 2017

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have adapted theoretical models to predict the failure behavior of miniaturized 3D…
Lawrence Livermore reinventing metal 3D printing with new direct writing process

March 31, 2017

Metal 3D printing has enormous potential to revolutionize modern manufacturing. However, the most popular metal printing processes, which…
Lab researchers develop unique model to customize common industrial process

February 19, 2017

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have published a precise computer model of a deposition process using electrically…
NASA Runs First-Ever Test of New Jet Engine Tech

December 8, 2016

Car, truck, train and aircraft manufacturers have made great strides in recent years to reduce fuel consumption, resulting…
3D printed metamaterial shrinks when heated

October 25, 2016

Members of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Additive Manufacturing Initiative are among a group of researchers who have developed…
Expanding Stylish Yacht Creates A Large Terrace For Sunbathing And Swimming

August 2, 2016

The Italian-built Evo 43 is a stylish yacht that aft sections of its bulwark expands outward to create a…
Parallel programming made easy

June 20, 2016

Computer chips have stopped getting faster. For the past 10 years, chips’ performance improvements have come from the…
Lawrence Livermore team improves 3-D-printed graphene aerogel supercapacitors

June 19, 2016

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers, along with a team from UC Santa Cruz (UCSC), have devised a…
Argonne, Achates Power and Delphi Automotive to investigate new approach to engines

February 17, 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Argonne National Laboratory is working with Achates Power, Inc., and Delphi Automotive…
Recognizing correct code

January 30, 2016

MIT researchers have developed a machine-learning system that can comb through repairs to open-source computer programs and learn…
Engineer develops ‘leap forward’ with 3D-printer

December 14, 2015

Lawrence Livermore Lab engineer Bryan Moran wasn’t necessarily looking to improve on 3D printing technology when he moved…
Argonne researchers win two R&D 100 Awards

November 17, 2015

Innovative technologies developed by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Argonne National Laboratory and their partners…
LLNL wins three R&D 100 awards

November 17, 2015

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers are the recipients of three awards among the top 100 industrial inventions worldwide…
A basis for all cryptography

October 29, 2015

“Indistinguishability obfuscation” is a powerful concept that would yield provably secure versions of every cryptographic system we’ve ever…
Chemical engineer named University of New Mexico distinguished alumna

October 15, 2015

The director of Sandia National Laboratories’ Energy Technologies and System Solutions Center has received a Distinguished Alumni Award…
Chance effect of lab’s fluorescent lights leads to discovery

October 15, 2015

An accidental discovery of a “quantum Etch-a-Sketch” that may lead to the next generation of advanced computers and…
ORNL researchers find ‘greener’ way to assemble materials for solar applications

October 6, 2015

The efficiency of solar cells depends on precise engineering of polymers that assemble into films 1,000 times thinner…
3D printing device wins tech transfer award

October 2, 2015

This animation shows the fabrication of an octet truss microlattice using micro-stereolithography, a 3D-printing technology capable of producing…
Sandia Labs HENAAC honorees find common threads in diversity

September 22, 2015

Thousands of miles separate the hometowns of Patrick Sena and Abraham Ellis. Sena grew up in Santa Fe,…
Engineer tackles workholding challenges through adhesive fixturing

September 9, 2015

One of the major challenges that manufacturers face is securing a part and holding it in place against…
Bluetooth Surround Sound For A Helmet

June 18, 2015

BE – LINK is a bluetooth audio system for any helmet, full face, skate, snow, cycle, moto or dirt.…
New research grants affirm Bath University as a leader in powertrain engineering

June 9, 2015

The Bath University’s Powertrain & Vehicle Research Centre (PVRC) has received three prestigious grants totaling more than £650,000…
Unlocking nanofibers’ potential

June 8, 2015

Nanofibers — polymer filaments only a couple of hundred nanometers in diameter — have a huge range of…
Machine vision system could help the visually impaired shop for food

May 28, 2015

You’re in the mood for pasta, so on the way home from work you stop at the grocery…
Shower Case Smartphone Holder

May 19, 2015

This shower smartphone holder lets you use any smartphone in the shower, pool, hot-tub, beach and helps to keep…
Printing The Future

May 12, 2015

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is becoming common enough that consumers can buy desktop printers. Carnegie…
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