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Camera Prototype Is Thinner Than a Dime
A patented prototype called FlatCam is little more than a thin sensor chip with a mask that replaces lenses in a traditional camera.
November 26, 2015
Major Reasons for Post Weld Heat Treatment in Engineering
Post weld heat treatment refers to a type of heat treatment that is used mainly after welding. It ...
November 13, 2015
How to Build the World’s Fastest Car
In 2016, a team of engineers and adventurers will travel to the South African desert and attempt to ...
September 25, 2015
Atlantropa: The Colossal 1920s Plan to Dam the Mediterranean and Create a Supercontinent
Atlantropa was the brainchild of the German architect Herman Sörgel, who tirelessly promoted his project from 1928 until ...
September 18, 2015
‘Zippered Tube’ Origami Could Build Bridges
A new “zippered tube” origami configuration makes paper structures stiff enough to hold weight yet able to fold ...
September 14, 2015
5 Chinese Engineering Proposals That Are Raising Eyebrows
The Chinese regime takes pleasure in dedicating funds and resources to ambitious and widely publicized engineering projects. The ...
July 14, 2015
How Quantum Mechanics Can Make Soundproofing
A mechanical use of a quantum mechanical phenomenon could soon be used for soundproofing.
July 8, 2015
Evidence Group Consciousness May Have a Physical Effect on the World
Studies at Princeton University have suggested that two or more minds that hold the same thought or emotion ...
June 16, 2015
Engineering’s Unexpected and Microscopic Beauty
We all know engineering is useful, functional, even ingenious. But the engineering photography competition we hold each year ...
November 19, 2014
First Robotic Drone Created in 350 BC?
In 350 B.C., mathematician and founding father of mechanics Archytas of Tarentum invented a wooden mechanical dove. "Archytas' ...
October 14, 2014
3 Crazy Ancient Inventions: You’ll Be Surprised What the First Vending Machine Gave Out
The first vending machine, invented in the 1st century A.D. by Heron (a.k.a. Hero of Alexandria), worked sort ...
September 25, 2014
8 Scientists Contemplate Place of Human Consciousness in Science
Many have suggested that scientists must face the enigma and challenges of understanding consciousness for science to make ...
August 20, 2014
Beyond the Hype: The Industrial Challenges for 3-D Printing
Apart from very high level machines, costing several million dollars each, 3-D printing tends to produce items that ...
August 3, 2014
Paris Tech Review
2,000-Year-Old Earthquake Detector Worked With Accuracy in China
In 132 A.D., Zhang Heng presented the Han court with the world's first seismoscope. A 2005 replica was ...
July 20, 2014
6 Insights From Princeton Engineering Dean Turned Psychic Phenomena Expert
Professor of aerospace science and dean emeritus of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University ...
July 17, 2014
Ancient Computer Baffles Scientists: Antikythera Mechanism Made in 150 BC (+Videos)
Scientists had to see the Antikythera Mechanism to believe it could exist. It would have been preposterous to ...
June 28, 2014
Elon Musk Warns of Terminator-Style Robot Apocalypse
Inventor, investor, and business magnate Elon Musk has recently said that the days of Terminator-style robots taking over ...
June 26, 2014
SNC-Lavalin Acquires Engineering Firm Kentz in UK
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. increased its presence in the booming global oil and gas industry with its $2.1 billion ...
June 25, 2014
The Canadian Press
Meet Bloodhound SSC, the Supersonic Car Faster Than a Speeding Bullet
Designed to go faster than sound, the Bloodhound SSC is a 135,000-horse-powered beast of a vehicle that is ...
June 23, 2014
New-Wave Manufacturing at the Pier
Engineers and artists use a collection of 3-D printers, milling machines and other manufacturing devices to create almost ...
June 2, 2014
Fun With Physics, Liquid Nitrogen, and a Robotic Snake
WASHINGTON—3M Visiting Wizards brings physics fun, cool chemistry, and all manner of kid-friendly science lessons to elementary schools. ...
April 29, 2014
Why Sundials Are Still in Style
WASHINGTON—"Digital sundial" is not an oxymoron. Bill Kellogg of the North American Sundial Society patented a digital sundial, ...
April 28, 2014
Chris Hackett on Why Zombies Fascinate Us, How to Survive the Apocalypse
What is it about zombies that has given them the spotlight in pop culture? Hackett gives survival tips ...
April 28, 2014
Listening to the Skies
Mysterious radio bursts from billions of light years away—one of many reasons to listen to the skies.
April 27, 2014
Acura TLX Makes World Debut at New York International Auto Show
Acura introduced its next-generation TL model, the TLX, at the New York International Auto Show.
April 20, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Engineering Grads May Soon See Student Loan Forgiveness
NEW YORK—Suffering under a mountain of student loan debt could be irrelevant to engineers if a new bill ...
June 19, 2013
Columbia University to Add New Tech Campus
What do the world’s top economic catalysts such as Apple, Canon, and Disney need the most? Engineers.
July 30, 2012
Explosion in Japan: Over 40 People Injured in Sapporo Restaurant Blast
Gathering in Strasbourg Remembers Victims of Christmas Market Attack
The Associated Press
Nicaragua Police Beat Journalists as Leftist Regime Cracks Down on Free Press
China Suspends Tariff Hike on US Cars, Parts Amid Trade Ceasefire
, Epoch Times
Indian Voters Defy Threats From Guerrillas and Go to the Polls
, Epoch Times
Hillary Clinton Says She Used Private Email System for the ‘Purpose of Convenience’
Guatemalan Father Signed Form Saying Daughter Who Died Was Healthy
Energy Secretary Zinke to Leave as Trump Reshapes Cabinet
Pompeo Says Detainment of Canadian Citizens in China Unacceptable
, Epoch Times
Mueller Probe Cost Has Increased to More Than $25 Million