Oak Ridge Lab Moves to Acquire Summit, a Next-Generation Supercomputer

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will have a new supercomputer to work with in 2017 when IBM delivers Summit, a hybrid CPU/GPU computer.

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Posted in CAD, News

Where Do Companies Find Engineering Talent?

Our panel of industry leaders discusses where and how they find technical employees.

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Posted in Community, Technologies

“Inventor” of Fake Bomb Detector Headed to Jail, Finally

See how far people will go to believe a charlatan.

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Posted in ADE-651, Community, Defense, fake bomb detector

GE Bringing Good Things—And the Internet of Things—To Life

GE believes they have a massive opportunity to take a leadership role in a new paradigm in all sorts of manufacturing industries.

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Posted in Contributing Technical Experts, Embedded

Electronic “Sniffer” Searches Out Nuclear Devices

Engineers at Sandia National Laboratory have built a mobile imager of neutrons for emergency responders (MINER).

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Posted in Defense, News

Cleaning Up Coal Emissions with Electron Beams

Scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory are exploring the use of electron beam to reduce the amount of nitric acid and nitrogen dioxide (NOx) emitted by coal-burning power plants.

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Posted in News, Sustainable Engineering

Microneedles Accurately Deliver Drugs to the Eye

Biomedical researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have devised two new applications for using microneedles 400 to 700 microns long to help fight eye diseases.

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Posted in Medical, News

How to Improve a Sensor Node with Bluetooth

Dave Richkas

Adding Bluetooth to a sensor node can make it more useful and more user friendly.

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Posted in Embedded, Sensors

Dual-Shielded Flat Cables Protect against EMI

Engineers at Cicoil encased dual-shielded conducting pairs inside a flat cable housing for better protection against EMI/RF than that provided by shielded round cables and other types of flat shielded Read more ›
Posted in Cables, Connectors, Enclosures, What's Inside?

DCX Motors and GPX Gearboxes Come in Expanded Sizes

Staff

maxon motor’s latest addition to the maxon X drive family includes several long versions of brushed DC motors.

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Posted in Motors/Drives, Products

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