Science & Enterprise subscription

Please share Science & Enterprise

RSS
Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
Google+
Twitter
Visit Us
LinkedIn

Affiliations

Neuro Informatics Software Released to Open Source

A collection of software from the Blue Brain Project for reconstructing models of mammal brain circuitry is being made freely available to the research community. . . . → Read More: Neuro Informatics Software Released to Open Source

Cell Engineering Company Launches, Raises $4.7 Million

A company designing biological circuits with techniques derived from computer-assisted design like those used in semiconductors is starting up in Cambridge, Massachusetts. . . . → Read More: Cell Engineering Company Launches, Raises $4.7 Million

Super High-Resolution Photo Sensor Developed

Engineers at Dartmouth College developed a sensor that captures light signals at high speed and resolution down to the level of individual photons. . . . → Read More: Super High-Resolution Photo Sensor Developed

Reading Vital Signs with Radio Waves Designed

Engineers at Cornell University developed techniques for reading a person’s key health indicators with plastic tags and radio waves instead of the specialized devices used today. . . . → Read More: Reading Vital Signs with Radio Waves Designed

Mobile Apps for Eating Disorders in Development

Two mobile device apps are being developed focusing on behavioral factors related to eating that can lead to unhealthy outcomes. . . . → Read More: Mobile Apps for Eating Disorders in Development

Artificial Muscles Designed for Soft Robotics

Engineering researchers created artificial muscles for robotics using principles from origami, or Japanese paper folding, with high strength and low-cost materials. . . . → Read More: Artificial Muscles Designed for Soft Robotics

Infographic – Patenting Among Top Tech Companies

CB Insights compiled a recent research brief with a chart showing where the top five technology companies — Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft — are placing their bets with new patent applications. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Patenting Among Top Tech Companies

Autonomous, Human-Friendly Forklifts Being Developed

An academic-industry team in Europe is developing new forklift vehicles that can work safely alongside humans in warehouses. . . . → Read More: Autonomous, Human-Friendly Forklifts Being Developed

Brown, Toy Maker Partner on Elder Assistance Robots

A collaboration between Brown University and toy maker Hasbro is developing robotic assistants for older people that build on Hasbro’s current line of robotic pets. . . . → Read More: Brown, Toy Maker Partner on Elder Assistance Robots

Snake-Like Intelligent Robot in Development

An engineering team is creating a self-powered robot that can travel independently like a snake through uneven and cluttered surfaces, such as disaster sites. . . . → Read More: Snake-Like Intelligent Robot in Development