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Defeating Cyberattacks on 3D Printers

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With cyberattacks on 3D printers likely to threaten health and safety, researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed novel methods to combat them, according to a groundbreaking study.

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Additive, additive manufacturing, 3-D printing, Security, Quality Assurance

Print No Evil – Three-Layer Technique Helps Secure Additive Manufacturing

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Researchers have developed a three-layer system to verify that components produced using additive manufacturing have not been compromised.

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SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, condensed matter physics, energy science, Engineering, Lasers, Materials Science, X-ray science, lightsource, LCLS , Linac Coherent Light Source

Newly Upgraded Laser Allows Scientists to Peer Further Into the Extreme Universe at SLAC’s LCLS

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Scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory recently upgraded a powerful optical laser system used to create shockwaves that generate high-pressure conditions like those found within planetary interiors. The laser system now delivers three times more energy for experiments with SLAC’s ultrabright X-ray laser, providing a more powerful tool for probing extreme states of matter in our universe.

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Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, foundation engineering, geosynthetics, soil-structure interaction

University of Delaware Professor Named American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow

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The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has named University of Delaware professor Christopher Meehan to its 2017 class of Fellows. This honor is given to ASCE members who have made significant contributions to the field of civil engineering and enhanced lives in the process.

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Nanotechnology, Chad Mirkin, Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, McCormick School of Engineering

Two Scientists Receive Grants to Develop New Materials

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Northwestern University’s Chad A. Mirkin and Monica Olvera de la Cruz have received significant five-year grants from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation in support of their innovative materials science research.

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Physical Sciences & Engineering, Nanoscience & Technology, Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM), Institute for Molecular Engineering , Materials Science, Nanoscience

Seth Darling Named Director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering at Argonne

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory has named Seth Darling as Director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering at Argonne (IME at Argonne), effective immediately. IME at Argonne is the Argonne-based partner to the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago.

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Solar Panels, Renewable Energy, Nanotechnology, colorful solar panels, Lithography, Efficiency, dielectric nanoscatterers, Verena Neder, Stefan Luxembourg, Albert Polman, University of Amsterdam, AMOLF, ECN Solar Energy

Nanotechnology Gives Green Energy a Green Color

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Solar panels have tremendous potential to provide affordable renewable energy, but many people see traditional black and blue panels as an eyesore. Architects, homeowners and city planners may be more open to the technology if they could install colorful, efficient solar panels, and a new study, published this week in Applied Physics Letters, brings us one step closer. Researchers have developed a method for imprinting existing solar panels with silicon nanopatterns that scatter green light back toward an observer.

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DC Hot Stick Developed for First Responder, Worker Safety

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With more volts than ever before in electric vehicles (EVs) and on solar-paneled rooftops, first responder and electrical worker safety is a growing concern. Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are addressing the challenge with the development of a probe to accurately detect direct-current (DC) energy.

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Aeroacoustics, silent flight, bio-inspired flight, owls

Engineer Looks to Owl Wings for Bio-Inspired Ideas for Quieter Aircraft, Wind Turbines

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Iowa State's Anupam Sharma is running computer simulations to learn how owl wings manipulate air flow, pressure and turbulence to create silent flight. He and his partners hope their studies will produce practical ideas for making quiet aircraft and wind turbines.

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Student Journey: Discovering a Love for Materials Engineering After Four Army Tours

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Undergraduate summer research fellowships let students pursue their passions. Daniel Craven used a BioBots three-dimensional bioprinter to make small polymer scaffolds that can hold cells for tissue engineering. The scaffolds, less than half an inch thick, are biocompatible and biodegradable.







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