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September 24, 2018 | Source: The Ohio State University, news.osu.edu, 1 June 2018, Jeff Grabmeier
Breakthrough in Controlling DNA-Based Robots
Researchers use magnets to move tiny nano-devices faster than ever before. Researchers have devised a magnetic control system to make tiny DNA-based robots move on demand—and much...
10/31/2018 - 08:00 | Source: SOFWERX, sofwerx.org
SOFWERX: Next Generation Information and Identification Awareness (NGIA)
Industry Technology Submission Deadline: 28 September 2018 Government Registration Deadline: 17 October 2018 Overview On 31 October – 1 November, SOFWERX, in collaboration with...
September 10, 2018 | Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, news.mit.edu, 29 June 2018, David L. Chandler
Let It Rain! New Coatings Make Natural Fabrics Waterproof
MIT-developed process could offer nontoxic alternative to environmentally harmful chemicals. Fabrics that resist water are essential for everything from rainwear to military tents...
September 10, 2018 | Source: Michigan Technologies University, mtu.edu, 29 May 2018, Kelley Christensen
Better, Faster, Stronger: Building Batteries That Don’t Go Boom
Understanding how lithium reacts to pressure developed from charging and discharging a battery could mean safer, better batteries. There’s an old saying: “You must learn to walk...
August 27, 2018 | Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, news.mit.edu, 3 Apr 2018, David L. Chandler
Self-Healing Metal Oxides Could Protect Against Corrosion
Self-healing metal oxides could protect against corrosion. Researchers find an ultrathin layer of aluminum oxide, though solid, can flow like a liquid instead of cracking...
09/05/2018 - 00:00 | Source: SOFWERX, sofwerx.org, 16 July 2018
SOFWERX Next Generation Information and Identification Awareness (NGIA) Collaboration Day
Industry, Academia and Laboratory partners, don't miss your chance to collaborate with Warfighters regarding Next Generation Information and Identification Awareness technologies...
May 7, 2018 | Source: U.S. Army, army.mil, 17 Apr 2018, ARL Public Affairs
Army Engineers Discover Technique to Make Adaptive Materials
Engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the University of Maryland have developed a technique that causes a composite material to become stiffer and stronger on-demand...
April 23, 2018 | Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, news.mit.edu, 4 Jan 2018, David L. Chandler
Ultrafine Fibers Have Exceptional Strength
New technique developed at MIT could produce strong, resilient nanofibers for many applications. Researchers at MIT have developed a process that can produce ultrafine fibers —...
Survivability and Vulnerability
April 15, 2018 | Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, news.mit.edu, 4 Dec 2017, Larry Hardesty
New Nanowires Are Just a Few Atoms Thick
“Two-dimensional materials” — materials deposited in layers that are only a few atoms thick — are promising for both high-performance electronics and flexible, transparent...
April 9, 2018 | Source: Cornell University, news.cornell.edu, 2 Jan 2018, Tom Fleischman
Physicists Take First Step Toward Cell-Sized Robots
An electricity-conducting, environment-sensing, shape-changing machine the size of a human cell? Is that even possible? Cornell physicists not only say yes, but they’ve actually...
Survivability and Vulnerability