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EngineeringTalk 09/13/2019 05:08
A stretchable optical lace material developed at Cornell University could enable soft robots to sense how they interact with their environment and adjust their actions. The synthetic material, which is said to create a linked sensory network similar to a biological nervous system, was developed by Ph.D. student Patricia Xu through the Organics Robotics Lab […]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/12/2019 10:38
Phil Allen, Senior Civil & Flood Risk Engineer at Thomasons, explains how we need to design & adapt our buildings to mitigate against the effects of extreme weather, believed to be an effect of climate change 2019 has been another year of climatic records and extreme weather events in the UK, from the highest temperature [...]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/12/2019 04:25
A research project led by Exeter University is seeking to demonstrate how data collected from products in use such as aeroengines can help companies adopt strategies for re-using resources. The EPSRC-funded ‘Circular 4.0’ project aims to demonstrate that adopting circular economy principles can add value to businesses – economically, environmentally, and through increased brand value. […]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/12/2019 03:18
Leicester University and National Nuclear Laboratory have signed an agreement with the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute on space battery design. The organisations have agreed to cooperate on research on radioisotope thermoelectric power generators for use in space exploration. Development of these technologies will allow space missions that can reach distant, cold, dark and inhospitable […]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/11/2019 06:49
Blooming flowers provide inspiration for dynamically-morphing circuits that can be used for many applications in medicine and soft robotics The circuits are the result of a collaboration between the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and the University of California, Berkeley and the team refers to them as "silicon honeycomb-serpentine reconfigurable electronic platforms".
EngineeringTalk 09/11/2019 02:04
A team from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are using reprogrammable ink to let objects change colours when exposed to UV and visible light sources. Dubbed PhotoChromeleon, the system is said to use a mix of photochromic dyes that can be sprayed or painted onto the surface of any object to change […]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/10/2019 07:03
The two companies are working together on a UAV that can stay airborne for a year, providing surveillance, communications and environmental monitoring functions The Phasa-35 project has been underway since May of last year, and over this period BAE and Prismatic have built two full-scale prototypes with 35m wingspans which are now undergoing systems integration [...]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/10/2019 04:30
The University of Wolverhampton has been awarded €408,000 EU funding for a new project to address skills gaps in manufacturing and engineering. According to the University, new training methods will be used to develop high-level expertise in advance manufacturing technologies that are focused on Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM). The Additive Process Technology Integration with Management […]. .
EngineeringTalk 09/10/2019 03:28
A new free interactive case study to help chemical engineering undergraduate students in conducting lab experiments more safely has been produced by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)’s Safety Centre. The Laboratory Experiment case study and the associated guidance document Sample University Laboratory Process Safety Management System have been developed to help better equip engineering students with operational process […]. .

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