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Spintronic Logic Circuit Can Operate 1000x Faster Than CMOS

July 27, 2017

Professor Joseph S. FriedmanAn engineering breakthrough at the University of Texas at Dallas could lead to computing devices that can operate as much as 1000 times faster than current processors. Assistant Professor Joseph S.

Blending Generations in the Engineering Workplace

July 27, 2017
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So much is written these days regarding the polarization of the generations. It is common to hear generalizations about boomers and millennials.

3D Printing Process for Electronic Touch Sensory Devices Developed

July 26, 2017

The multi-material, multiscale and multifunctional process has the potential to open opportunities in applications such as health monitoring, medical devices, orthotics and flexible electronics. It also has far-reaching implications for robotics, as 3D printed stretchable electronic sensory devices could give robots the ability to “feel” their environment, which could be relevant to many robotics processes from manufacturing to remote surgery by robotics (in which the surgeon is in a different location than the patient).

3D-Printing Method Creates Shape-Shifting Objects That Change Permanently

July 26, 2017

A cross-institutional team of researchers has developed a new 3D-printing method that creates objects that can change their original shapes permanently in response to heat.

Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), and Xi’an Jiaotong University in China developed the objects by printing layers of shape-memory polymers that each respond differently when exposed to heat.

Will Your Engineering Industry See Jobs Growth Over Next 7 Years?

July 25, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

This is part one of a two-part article. Part one includes the disciplines Aerospace through Electrical Engineering. Part two will look at Electro-Mechanical Technicians through Petroleum Engineering. Watch DesignNews.com for part two in the month of August.