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  1. ARC Group Worldwide Reports Record Sales and Gross ProfitRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Sys-Con Media

    ... world leader in metal injection molding ("MIM"), ARC has significant expertise in 3D printing and imaging, materials science, advanced tooling, automation, machining, stamping, plastic injection molding, lean manufacturing, and robotics. For more

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  2. Top engineering scientist wins major awardRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Scoop

    A leading and internationally renowned engineering researcher from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Auckland has won this year's Shorland Medal, awarded by the New Zealand Association of Scientists. Professor Wei Gao has had a long and distinguished career in Materials Science and Engineering including nanostructured materials, light metals and alloys, electronic properties of materials and advanced coating and surface technologies.

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  3. Dream Projects: Mega-Pyramid Solves Urban CongestionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | ENR-Engineering News-Record

    ... of nearly 1 million people. The project would be a demonstration of both recent and expected advances in materials science, as the megatruss structures of the interlocking pyramidal segments are not currently feasible due to the weight of existing ...

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  4. Comment on Scaffolded DNA origami improvements advance DNA...Read the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Nanodot

    ... for the nanofabrication of electronic components," says Dr. Thom LaBean, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at NC State and senior author of a paper describing the work. DNA origami are self-assembling biochemical structures ...

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  5. 'Forests' of carbon nanotubes grown on 3-D substratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Science Daily

    ... electrochemical deposition methods," said Marshall Schroeder, a member of the Rubloff Research Group in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Maryland. "And we also have unique capabilities for in situ characterization via scanning ...

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  6. Big things come in little packages: world's tiniest battery unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... that transfers electrical charge between nanotube electrodes at either end. University of Maryland materials science & engineering Ph.D. student Chanyuan Liu noted: "It can be fully charged in 12 minutes, and it can be recharged thousands of time." ...

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  7. Creating bright X-ray pulses in the laser labRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | ECNmag

    rays are widely used in medicine and in materials science. To take a picture of a broken bone, it is enough to create a continuous flux of X-ray photons, but in order to study time-dependent phenomena on very short timescales, short X-ray pulses are ...

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  8. New materials inspired by nature could make it safer to store nuclear wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Herald Independent

    ... them to incorporate waste elements we want to store," said Brinkman, a Clemson associate professor of materials science and engineering. Anand Gramopadhye, dean of the College of Engineering and Science, said the research is a good fit for South ...

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  9. Foam test could help inspectors monitor labs for banned weaponsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Pickens Sentinel

    New technology under development at Clemson University could help inspectors determine whether nations have violated international treaties by allowing work with chemicals that are used in banned weapons. Igor Luzinov, a materials science and engineering professor, calls the technology an "unattended off-line sensing system" and said it could be completed in two years.

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  10. A billion holes can make a batteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | R & D

    ... device is a test, but the bitsy battery performs well. First author Chanyuan Liu, a graduate student in materials science and engineering, says that it can be fully charged in 12 mins, and it can be recharged thousands of time. A team of UMD ...

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  11. Creating bright x-ray pulses in the laser laboratoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | R & D

    rays are widely used in medicine and in materials science. To take a picture of a broken bone, it's enough to create a continuous flux of x-ray photons, but in order to study time-dependent phenomena on very short timescales, short x-ray pulses are ...

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  12. Good vibrations rock an insulator to go metallicRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | R & D

    ... the material is heated," said John Budai, who co-led the study with Jiawang Hong, a colleague in ORNL's Materials Science and Technology Div. Hong added, "This insight into how lattice vibrations can control phase stability in transition-metal ...

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  13. A Billion Holes Can Make a BatteryRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Newswise

    ... device is a test, but the bitsy battery performs well. First author Chanyuan Liu, a Ph.D. student in materials science & engineering, says that it can be fully charged in 12 minutes, and it can be recharged thousands of times. Many millions of these ...

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  14. A battery made up of billions of nanoscale batteriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | KurzweilAI.net

    That's what researchers at the University of Maryland have invented, using a structure based on a nanopore: a tiny hole in a ceramic sheet that holds electrolyte to carry the electrical charge between nanotube electrodes at either end. Chanyuan Liu, a Ph.D. student in materials science & engineering, says that it can be fully charged in 12 minutes and can be recharged thousands of time.

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  15. Creating bright X-ray pulses in the laser labRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | EurekAlert!

    rays are widely used in medicine and in materials science. To take a picture of a broken bone, it is enough to create a continuous flux of X-ray photons, but in order to study time-dependent phenomena on very short timescales, short X-ray pulses are ...

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  16. Good Vibrations Give Electrons Excitations That Rock an Insulator to Go MetallicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Science Daily

    ... the material is heated," said John Budai, who co-led the study with Jiawang Hong, a colleague in ORNL's Materials Science and Technology Division. Hong added, "This insight into how lattice vibrations can control phase stability in transition-metal ...

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  17. ARC Group Worldwide Announces Amended & Restated Credit Agreement,...Read the original story

    Jun 30, 2014 | DVDCreation Reviews

    ... world leader in metal injection molding ("MIM"), ARC has significant expertise in 3D printing and imaging, materials science, advanced tooling, automation, machining, stamping, plastic injection molding, lean manufacturing, and robotics. For more ...

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  18. Tiny batteries from billions of nanoporesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Microwave Engineering Online

    ... device is a test, but the bitsy battery performs well. First author Chanyuan Liu, a graduate student in materials science and engineering, says that it can be fully charged in 12 minutes, and it can be recharged thousands of time. Each end of the ...

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  19. Re:The Disappearing SpoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | EETimes

    ... LOL @Stargzer: Now if you could find the formula for Transparent Aluminum ... The way things ar egoing in materials science, nothing would surprise me. Did you see this review of "The Disappearing Spoon" -- I totally recommend thsi book to anyone. ...

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  20. Jet-Fueled Electricity At Room TemperatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | RedOrbit

    Image Caption: Shelley Minteer -- a University of Utah professor of materials science and engineering, and also chemistry -- has developed a fuel cell that can convert jet fuel to electricity at room temperature without igniting the fuel, thanks to the use of enzymes as catalysts in the reaction. The new fuel cells can be used to power portable electronics, off-grid power and sensors.

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