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Human brain inspires wearable micro-sensors
An electrical and computer engineer is taking a cue from nature to devise the next generation of integrated low-power, wearable micro-devices.
[Science daily]

'Additive manufacturing' could greatly improve diabetes management
Using a process similar to ink jet printing, engineers have created an improved type of glucose sensor for people with type 1 diabetes. It will be part of an 'artificial pancreas' system that should work better, cost less and be more comfortable, and may find use by diabetic patients around the (...)
[Science daily]

Dough! Vending machine that makes pizza from scratch angers Italian purists
Paduan engineer predicts ‘high-quality vending machines’ using fresh products will become ubiquitous – but traditionalists are dismissive even before unveiling Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Molecule-making machine simplifies complex chemistry
A new molecule-making machine could do for chemistry what 3-D printing did for engineering: Make it fast, flexible and accessible to anyone. Chemists built the machine to assemble complex small molecules at the click of a mouse, like a 3-D printer at the molecular level. The automated process (...)
[Science daily]

In pursuit of the perfectly animated cloud of smoke: Simulations more realistic than ever
Simulations of impressive landscapes and alien creatures have become commonplace, especially in fantasy and science fiction films. But simulations are also appearing in ever more medical and engineering applications. However, the road to a perfect illusion is complex and time-intensive. (...)
[Science daily]

Is US immigration policy 'STEMming' innovation?
Foreign-born graduate students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) disciplines who wish to pursue a career in industry or NGOs are much more likely to stay in the US than those who wish to pursue a career in academia or government concludes a new (...)
[Science daily]

HoloGramma: How Tech Can 'Bring Back' Our Departed: South By Southwest Session Explores the Nature of Death in the Digital Age
The time has come when a person's digital imprint will survive long after death. Thanks to social media, archives of photo and video memories, and advances in holographic engineering, people are going to live on the Internet far longer than their ability to post updates. A panel titled “ (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

HoloGramma: How Tech Can 'Bring Back' Our Departed: South By Southwest Session Explores the Nature of Death in the Digital Age
The time has come when a person's digital imprint will survive long after death. Thanks to social media, archives of photo and video memories, and advances in holographic engineering, people are going to live on the Internet far longer than their ability to post updates. A panel titled “ (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Can driverless cars be made safe from hackers?
After news of security flaws in BMW computer systems, five experts look at the implications for autonomous vehicles Cyber security lead at the Institution of Engineering and Technology Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Bioengineers put human hearts on a chip to aid drug screening
Researchers have created a 'heart-on-a-chip' that effectively uses human cardiac muscle cells derived from adult stem cells to model how a human heart reacts to cardiovascular medications. The system could one day replace animal models to screen for the safety and efficacy of new (...)
[Science daily]

Graphene meets heat waves
Researchers have shed new light on the fundamental mechanisms of heat dissipation in graphene and other two-dimensional materials. They have shown that heat can propagate as a wave over very long distances. This is key information for engineering the electronics of (...)
[Science daily]

VIDEO: The robot that can play the violin
A retired engineer in the USA has created a 'kinetic sculpture' that can replicate digital files and play them on a violin.
[BBC]

VIDEO: The robot that can play the violin
A retired engineer in the USA has created a 'kinetic sculpture' that can replicate digital files and play them on a violin.
[BBC News]

Linaro Enables Wider Portability of High Speed Networking Applications with Release of OpenDataPlane v1.0
Linaro  Ltd, the collaborative engineering organization developing open source software for its member companies, today announced the release of  OpenDataPlane  version 1.0. ODP is an open source, open contribution framework for portable, high performance data plane applications. Applications (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Linaro Enables Wider Portability of High Speed Networking Applications with Release of OpenDataPlane v1.0
Linaro  Ltd, the collaborative engineering organization developing open source software for its member companies, today announced the release of  OpenDataPlane  version 1.0. ODP is an open source, open contribution framework for portable, high performance data plane applications. Applications (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

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