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Record Efficiency Highs on Solar

Record Efficiency Highs on Solar

Researchers at the University of Michigan have worked to develop an organic solar cell based on carbon materials that pushes the needle ahead in terms of efficiency.

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From AABME: Designing Autism-Friendly Clothing

From AABME: Designing Autism-Friendly Clothing

Fashion and engineering combine in the work of Molly Fuller, Molly Fuller Design, to create comforting compression clothing to alleviate the symptoms of autism.

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3D Printing a Future of New Metal Actuators

3D Printing a Future of New Metal Actuators

Researchers push 3D binder jet printing to create new actuators that can accurately move things like robotic hands, parts grippers, folding solar panels, and perform a host of other tasks without the need of a power supply.

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Register Now for E-Fest Latin America!

Register Now for E-Fest Latin America!

E-Fest is a HUGE engineering event that will happen at the Technology Center of UFRJ from July 27-29. Register now!

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ME Magaine: IoT Puts a New Spin

ME Magaine: IoT Puts a New Spin

How one of the oldest mechanical devices became a poster child for the Internet of Things.

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    Submit Your Presentation Abstract for IMECE

    IMECE plays a significant role in stimulating innovation from discovery to translational application, fostering collaborations that engage stakeholders and partners from academia, national laboratories, industry, research settings, and funding bodies. Submit by July 23.

    June 11, 2018

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    Video: Integrating Renewable Electricity on the Grid

    Maintaining grid stability is a challenge as utilities rush to add renewable power to their generating portfolio. In this multi-part video series learn about the new approaches grid operators are taking to seamlessly integrate their output into the system.

    July 09, 2018

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  • Article

    Targeting Cancer Drugs to 3D-Printed Tumors

    Doctors work to target cancer drugs by testing how they respond to 3-D printed replicas of a patient’s tumors.

    July 02, 2018

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  • News

    Introducing Two New ASME E-Fests Student Volunteer Programs

    ASME recently launched a new initiative, the ASME E-Fests Leadership Program, to recognize the student volunteers who contribute their time and expertise to ensure the success of the Society’s Engineering Festivals (ASME E-Fests).

    July 02, 2018

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    IDETC AVT Speaker Announced: Keqiang Li

    Dr. Keqiang Li, professor of automotive engineering at Tsinghua University has been announced as AVT speaker at IDETC. His talk will discuss the high demands on roads posed by an increase of car ownership, and cover recent progress in multiple vehicle cooperation.

    July 09, 2018

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  • Article

    Safety and Efficiency, Brick by Brick

    Long hours of work for construction teams can be grueling, dangerous, and costly from an economic standpoint. Enter SAM, a robotic brick layer.

    July 02, 2018

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