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Hacking Solar Power Grids: Plausible?

08/10/2017 by BestInShow
What do you think? Is the Horus Scenario something (else) to worry about?
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Last comment 08/14/2017 by Mikerho
 

Breakthrough Device Heals Organs with a Single Touch

08/07/2017 by Rixter
This sounds too good to be true... "Researchers have developed a device that can switch cell function to rescue failing body functions with a single...
Views: 166, Comments: 5
Last comment 08/07/2017 by Rixter
 

New Detector

08/04/2017 by redfred
Look out Super-K, a new neutrino detector has been found. This one is a little more portable, too.
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Last comment 08/04/2017 by Anonymous Poster
 

Need Help Investigating a New Combustion Engine Technology

08/02/2017 by michaeldon
Hi guys, I just joined the forum and I really hope there is someone out there who can help me. I am so confused. It's a long read but by the time you...
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Last comment 08/09/2017 by JPOWERS
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New Flavin-based Electron Bifurcation Method Could Lead to Better Catalytic Processes

05/17/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Called Flavin-based electronic bifurcation (FBEB), the method is based on an ancient form of energy generation and conservation, but is a new techniqu...
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Semiconductor & MEMS Fabrication

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Graphene "Copy Machine" Creates Cheap Semiconductor Wafers

05/12/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The overall cost of wafer manufacturing is poised to decline with a new graphene-based “copy machine” that transfers intricate crystalline...
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MEMS-based Microscope Shrinks Inspection Equipment Cost

03/12/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
This MEMS-based device is about the size of a dime, and is mounted on a credit-card-sized printed circuit board that contains circuits, sensors, and o...
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Last comment 03/12/2017 by Rixter
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Webinar Calendar – January 2016

01/11/2016 posted in IHS Product Design Blog
by SavvyExacta
Engineering360 has a great lineup of webinars each month. Learn about specific topics from industry experts, for free, from the comfort of your own...
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Webinar Calendar - December 2015

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December is halfway over, but there's still one more webinar on the Engineering360 calendar for 2015. Webinars allow you to learn about specific topi...
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Would You Travel by Vacuum-Tube Train?

09/02/2014 posted in Elasto Proxy's Sealing Solutions Blog
by Doug Sharpe
Thomas Edison discovered that electricity could travel in a vacuum. Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors, may yet prove that vacuum tubes can tra...
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Industrial Real Estate – the Importance of Local Communities

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