Reporte #113

Miércoles, 03 Mayo 2017

 

3-D printing offers new approach to making buildings

MIT News - Engineering

Technology developed at MIT could enable faster, cheaper, more adaptable building construction.

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German researchers 3D print in glass

The Engineer

Researchers in Germany have claimed a first with the development of a process that is able to 3D print structures made of glass.

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Nile faces greater variability

MIT News - Engineering

Climate change could lead to overall increase in river flow, but more droughts and floods, study shows.

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The Future of Big Data: Distilling Less Knowledge Per Bit

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

Until recently, the word data didn’t require a modifier. But we passed a watershed moment when we started referring to big data. Apparently, that wasn’t a sufficient description for some chunks of data, because people grasped for bolder terms, such as humongous data. Sadly, now, it appears that we have run out of appropriate adjectives. And yet data keeps getting bigger and bigger.

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Monica Pham: Advancing nuclear power and empowering girls

MIT News - Engineering

Sophomore researches fusion energy and promotes STEM opportunities for young women.

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Facebook Announces "Typing-by-Brain" Project

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

First it was Elon Musk, now Facebook. Suddenly, all the big Silicon Valley players want to get into brain tech.

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Graphene holds up under high pressure

MIT News - Engineering

Used in filtration membranes, ultrathin material could help make desalination more productive.

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Zinc Battery Breakthrough Could Mean Safer, Lighter Cars and Smartphones

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

Not only could rechargeable zinc-based batteries possibly store as much energy as lithium-ion batteries, they could also be safer, cheaper, smaller and lighter, new research finds. The results suggest zinc batteries could find use in mild hybrids (microhybrids), electric vehicles, electric bicycles, and eventually, perhaps smartphones and power grid storage.

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Watering the world

MIT News - Engineering

New design cuts costs, energy needs for drip irrigation, bringing the systems within reach for more farmers.

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Revolutionary UK compressor inventor nominated for top European award

The Engineer

An innovative air compressor, claimed to be at least 20 per cent more efficient than existing devices, has earned its British inventor Steve Lindsey a finalist slot at the prestigious 2017 European Inventor Awards.

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