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Verizon Champions Innovative STEM Programs in 5 Underserved New York City Schools
Five New York City schools have been awarded a total of $100,000 to improve student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math through the Verizon Innovate Learning Grants program.  They are among 80 schools across the country selected to each receive a $20,000 grant as part of (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Dutch marriage proposal wrecks house
A Dutchman's attempt to engineer a romantic marriage proposal ends in chaos as a crane smashes into the roof a house and forces more to be evacuated.
[BBC News Europe]

Google moves engineers out of Russia
The tech giant says it "remains committed" to Russia but has confirmed that it will be removing its engineering office staff.
[BBC]

Google moves engineers out of Russia
The tech giant says it "remains committed" to Russia but has confirmed that it will be removing its engineering office staff.
[BBC News]

Google moves engineers out of Russia
The tech giant says it "remains committed" to Russia but has confirmed that it will be removing its engineering office staff.
[BBC News Europe]

New way to plug 'leaky' light cavities demonstrated
Engineers have demonstrated a new and more efficient way to trap light, using a phenomenon called bound states in the continuum that was first proposed in the early days of quantum wave mechanics.
[Science daily]

Blood brain barrier on a chip could stand in for children in pediatric brain research
Bioengineering researchers have come up with an experimental workaround -- a synthetic pediatric blood-brain barrier on a small chip -- and have tested it successfully using rat brain endothelial cells (RBECs) from rat pups and human endothelial (...)
[Science daily]

Engineer applies robot control theory to improve prosthetic legs
New research enables powered prosthetics to dynamically respond to the wearer’s environment and help amputees walk. Wearers of the robotic leg could walk on a treadmill almost as fast as an able-bodied person.
[Science daily]

World’s fastest 2-D camera, 100 billion frames per second, may enable new scientific discoveries
A team of biomedical engineers has developed the world’s fastest receive-only 2-D camera, a device that can capture events up to 100 billion frames per second.
[Science daily]

More Hispanics earning bachelor’s degrees in physical sciences and engineering
The number of Hispanic students receiving bachelor’s degrees in the physical sciences and engineering has increased over the last decade or so, passing 10,000 degrees per year for the first time in 2012. The overall number of U.S. students receiving degrees in those fields also increased over (...)
[Science daily]

Computer model enables design of complex DNA shapes
Biological engineers have created a new computer model that allows them to design the most complex three-dimensional DNA shapes ever produced, including rings, bowls, and geometric structures such as icosahedrons that resemble viral (...)
[Science daily]

Brain inspired data engineering
What if next-generation ICT systems could be based on the brain’s structure and its cognitive and adaptive processes? A groundbreaking paradigm of brain-inspired intelligent ICT architectures is being born.
[Science daily]

Engineers make sound loud enough to bend light on a computer chip: Device could improve wireless communications systems
Engineering researchers have developed a chip on which both sound wave and light wave are generated and confined together so that the sound can very efficiently control the light.
[Science daily]

Breakthrough in flexible electronics enabled by inorganic-based laser lift-off
Engineers have developed an easier methodology to make high performance flexible electronics by using the Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off (ILLO), which enables nanoscale processes for high density flexible devices and high temperature processes that were previously difficult to achieve on (...)
[Science daily]

Physicists and chemists work to improve digital memory technology
Researchers are studying graphene and ammonia to develop high-speed, high-capacity random access memory. The team engineered and tested improvements in the performance of a memory structure known as a ferroelectric tunnel junction.
[Science daily]

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