New programmable smart fabric developed at the University of Waterloo responds to temperature and electricity
This makes it the first material ever to respond to two different stimuli.
The unique design paves the way for a wide variety of potential applications.
Researchers at Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems, in collaboration with Colorado-based Advanced Conductor Technologies, have demonstrated a new, ready-to-use superconducting cable system
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign mechanical science and engineering professor Naira Hovakimyan heads the newly established Center for Autonomous Vehicles in Air Transportation Engineering (AVIATE)
The regional coalition is among 60 projects selected as finalists for up to $100 million in funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge
Their innovation has stimulated the creation of numerous low-power portable devices, as about 99 percent of all new computer chips use the RISC architecture.
They aim to replace the rare earth metals used in permanent magnets in the electric motors
He will investigate integrated evacuation planning and disaster preparedness models that offer relief to evacuees in a more robust, predictive, timely, and cost-effective manner
UC Riverside engineers create activated carbon from corn stover that filters 98 percent of a pollutant from water
They’ve come up with an energy-efficient way to put corn wastes back into the economy by transforming it into activated carbon for use in water treatment.
Engineers are teaming up with a metal-breathing bacterium to try to dramatically improve biosensors for aquatic ecosystems
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology who study materials will soon have a highly sophisticated scanning tool available to help them