Nov 29, 2016
Trump’s Policies on Science and Engineering: Hurtful or Helpful?
The science and engineering policies of President-elect Donald Trump are still in the developing stages. During the campaign...
Feb 6, 2017
Miniature Valve Addresses Space and Portability Challenges
Parker Hannifin’s newest miniature proportional valve VSO LowPro for OEMs offers innovation in portability, comfort and manufacturability when controlling the flow rate...
Feb 6, 2017
Hot Runner Advancements Include New Modular Actuators and Cooling Technology
Synventive’s SVG+ new hot runner systems feature numerous patented design enhancements offering greater efficiency and reliability for sequential molding of large parts...
Feb 2, 2017
Ford Reincarnates the GT Supercar
Two years ago, the new Ford GT was a sleek and shiny concept car that consumers didn’t know would eventually reach production. Here’s a look at what Ford will show us of the new GT.
Jan 31, 2017
Harvard Makes the Latest Claim for Creating Metallic Hydrogen
Solid metallic hydrogen is theorized to be superconductive at room temperature, expelling all magnetic fields and conducting electricity with little to no resistance or heat dissipation.
Jan 30, 2017
Eliminating Condensation for a Safer, Cleaner Workplace
Condensation and electricity are a potentially deadly mix because moisture increases the dangers of electric shock. Condensation can also...
Jan 30, 2017
Clutch Adds Benefits to Outdoor Equipment
Although the GT1.5 Series PTO Clutch Brake by Ogura is used on a variety of outdoor power equipment, its primary use is on consumer lawn tractors...
Jan 27, 2017
Concept Cars for 2017, Part 2
Automakers roll out concept vehicles that include coupes, SUVs, and crossover trucks, as well as hybrids and all-electric offerings, revealing what they might be selling over the next decade.
Jan 25, 2017
Low-Temp Gasoline Combustion Research Could Boost Engine Efficiency
Trapping some exhaust in an engine's combustion chamber could lead to auto-ignition designs that replace spark plugs. But ensuring compression stability at low loads remains a challenge.
Jan 20, 2017
FIRST Robotics Dives into the World of STEAMworks
Steam power was one of the great inventions to come out of the Industrial Revolution. Prior to the early 1800s, water and wind were the main sources of industrial power...
Jan 19, 2017
Deep-Learning Software Company Closes $14-Million Funding Deal
The company currently works with Motorola Solutions on video, image, and audio analytics for public safety. Its software kit has been used in drones from companies like Teal Drones and Parrot.
Jan 11, 2017
Checking Out the Forbes 30 under 30
Every year Forbes publishes its 30 people under 30 years of age in manufacturing and industry who are making some big moves....
Jan 9, 2017
Robot Uses Optic Sensors to Pick the Ripest Tomato
The sensitivity of a robot to feel small textural details, softness, and other tactile features relies highly on the integrity of its sensors.
Jan 4, 2017
VFD Cables for Automation
SAB has a wide array of cables to suit any of your VFD needs. We have a history of finding the solution to
Jan 4, 2017
Argentina's Scientists Fear Brain Drain after Budget Cuts
Research staff and union representatives gathered at the science ministry building in Buenos Aires to address CONICET's denial of full-salary positions to new workers.
Dec 29, 2016
Why Are Top Industrial Companies Designing Mobile Apps?
The surging trend of “bring your own device” to work is prompting companies to develop apps for their end users.
Dec 22, 2016
Precision Rotary Encoders with a Magnetic Heart
A new generation of magnetic rotary encoders from POSITAL-FRABA combine the ruggedness and simplicity of magnetic measurement devices with the accuracy and dynamic response of optical encoders.
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