magnetic nanoparticles, paper 3D models

Clusters of magnetic nanoparticles kill cancer with heat
Known as magnetic hyperthermia, this experimental cancer treatment has already been tested for safety and feasibility in clinical trials involving patients with prostate and brain cancer. The FDA h…
Womanufacturing: Rosie, the Next Generation > ENGINEERING.com
18 percent of all goods are still made here. Who knew? And that there are 12 million people making them. That’s a chunk of the U.S. economy worth over $2 trillion, severe labor shortage. Daughter…
This 3D Printer Builds Full-Color Paper Models! – YouTube
Traditional desktop 3D printers use melted plastic as their build material, but Mcor’s printers layer sheets of paper on top of each other to create their models. We check out the new Mcor Arke…
Solidworks World 2015: The Year of Women in Engineering > ENGINEERING.com
Solidworks we listen to our customers and we came up with the Women in Engineering Recognition Program. The program recognizes women, nominated by Solidworks community members, which have been outs…
Women in Engineering: Starting up Ford with VR > ENGINEERING.com
Elizabeth Baron pioneered the use of virtual reality (VR) technology at the company. She was the principle inventor of the Ford immersive Vehicle Environment (FiVE), a highly realistic environment…
Constructing Home – Engineers Without Borders USA
In 2018, EWB-USA worked with UNHCR to install solar street lights providing nighttime lighting in the camps, and solar mini-grids providing electricity for community resource centers. Before this,…
Robot arm tastes with engineered bacteria — ScienceDaily
A robotic gripping arm that uses engineered bacteria to ‘taste’ for a specific chemical has been developed by engineers. The gripper is a proof-of-concept for biologically-based soft roboti…
Soft robots for all: The first soft ring oscillator lets soft robots roll, undulate, sort, meter liquids, and swallow — ScienceDaily
Each year, soft robots gain new abilities. They can jump, squirm, and grip. Unlike hard robots, they can handle tomatoes without bruising the fruit, resurface unscathed after being run over by a ca…
Women in Engineering: Roz Buick, Trimble Vice President > ENGINEERING.com
if companies used an objective scoreboard in how talent is promoted, women would get promoted just as quickly as men, if not more so. The problem, as stated in the provocatively titled Harvard Busi…
Physics is for Girls! The face of STEM is changing. > ENGINEERING.com
explanation for whether girls choose a STEM path. “What we found is that in communities that had a higher percentage of women in the labor force who are working in science, technology, enginee…
Eight Under-Recognized Women In STEM History > ENGINEERING.com
Wanda Diaz Merced became blind in the middle of an undergraduate degree in astronomy, a field that relies heavily on information visualization. People in her department urged her to quit, but she p…
Women in Engineering: Reshma Saujani Takes on Tech > ENGINEERING.com
Reshma Saujani spoke about bravery—and the importance of doing things you might not be good at.Saujani spoke from experience. She’s best known as the founder of Girls Who Code, an organization…