Earthquake Engineering – a discipline of engineering

Earthquake Engineering – a discipline of engineering

Earthquake engineering is a discipline of engineering that focuses on designing and building structures that can withstand the devastating impacts of earthquakes. It is an…
Revolutionary Genome Editing Tools open up New Opportunities for Precision Medicine

Revolutionary Genome Editing Tools open up New Opportunities for Precision Medicine

The advent of revolutionary genome editing techniques has transformed the area of precision medicine, providing unprecedented opportunities to treat diseases at the molecular level. Techniques…
Pyrophone

Pyrophone

A pyrophone is a musical instrument that generates sound with fire. A “fire/explosion organ” or “fire/explosion calliope” is a musical instrument in which notes are…
Bulky additions may make Inexpensive Solar Cells Live Longer

Bulky additions may make Inexpensive Solar Cells Live Longer

The University of Michigan identified a way to keep perovskite semiconductors from degrading too quickly, which could help enable solar cells that are two to…
Hydrostatic Bubbles

Hydrostatic Bubbles

Hydrostatic bubbles, also known as philosophical bubbles, gravity beads, aerometrical beads, or hydrometer beads, are a form of hydrometer devised in 1757 by Alexander Wilson…
Sanitary Engineering

Sanitary Engineering

Sanitary engineering is a subfield of civil engineering that deals with the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of systems and facilities that protect public health…
Stretchable Solar Cells with High Performance

Stretchable Solar Cells with High Performance

Professor Bumjoon Kim’s research team at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering was successful in developing a stretchable organic solar cell using a newly…
Bacterial Veins could provide a Self-healing Mechanism for Concrete Infrastructure

Bacterial Veins could provide a Self-healing Mechanism for Concrete Infrastructure

Researchers from Drexel University’s College of Engineering are putting a new spin on an old tactic for boosting the durability of concrete in the hopes…
There is no One-size-fits-all Solution for Net-zero Energy

There is no One-size-fits-all Solution for Net-zero Energy

Paleobotany is the branch of paleontology that studies plant fossils. It is concerned with the study of ancient plant life and its evolution over geological…
Transient Response – in electrical and mechanical engineering

Transient Response – in electrical and mechanical engineering

A transient response is the response of a system to a change from an equilibrium or steady state in electrical and mechanical engineering. It refers…
Hybrid Transistors Pave the Way for Biological and Microelectronic Integration

Hybrid Transistors Pave the Way for Biological and Microelectronic Integration

Using common microprocessor manufacturing methods, researchers create transistors by combining silicon with biological silk. To change its properties, the silk protein can be easily modified…
Carbon Capture in Concrete is Verified using a New Method

Carbon Capture in Concrete is Verified using a New Method

Carbon capture is critical for reducing the impact of human CO2 emissions on our climate. Researchers at Japan’s University of Tokyo and Nagoya University have…
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