Myostat Motion Control has introduce the new HY series Hyphoid right angle gearboxes.
The time to vote for the Design Engineer Hall of Fame is now
A tiny vibrating cantilever sensor could soon help doctors and field clinicians quickly detect harmful toxins, bacteria and even indicators of certain types of cancer from small samples of blood or urine.
The Space Research Centre at the University of Leicester works with NASA and the European Space Agency, supplying instrumentation and other hardware for space missions.
From cooking pots to cars and airplanes, the products of the future will be increasingly intelligent - able to communicate and cooperate with humans, other devices and their environment.
Surfing for hours on the Internet consumes a lot of electricity and is harmful to the environment. However, a new ecological PC saves energy as it operates: It produces about 70 percent less CO2 than conventional computers.
A fundamental characteristic of quantum physics is the fact that two or more particles can exhibit correlations stronger than classically allowed.
Kistler has announced the availability of its three-component force sensors and piezoelectric accelerometers to meet the rigorous demands of satellite and spacecraft force limited vibration testing (FLV).
Pixus Technologies (Waterloo, Ontario) has announced a new 2U VME64x enclosure in the SlimBox style, allowing up to 4 slots.
Innovations in Optics (Woburn, MA) has introduced a new product line, LumiBright BD Boards for high power LED applications.
Inspired by the erratic behavior of photons zooming around and bouncing off objects and walls inside a room, researchers combined these bouncing photons with advanced optics to enable them to “see” what’s hidden around the corner.
Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography, a new type of imaging so fast it visualizes the world one trillion frames per second, so detailed it shows light itself in motion.
Walt Gill of Sandia National Laboratories’ Fire & Aerosol Sciences Department calls it a pancake — a disk more than a foot in diameter covered with what looks like the debris you’d scrape off a particularly messy barbecue grill.
When you’re just a few microns long, swimming can be difficult. At that size scale, the viscosity of water is more like that of honey, and momentum can’t be relied upon to maintain forward motion.