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Tech Briefs features cutting-edge technologies developed by innovators within NASA, the military, federal laboratories, universities, and commercial companies. These technologies can be applied to develop new or improved products, and solve engineering or manufacturing problems. These tech briefs span a wide array of fields including electronics, materials, software, mechanical …

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The Create the Future Design Contest was launched in 2002 by the publishers of NASA Tech Briefs magazine to help stimulate and reward engineering innovation. The annual event has attracted more than 8,000 product design ideas from …

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Tech Briefs features cutting-edge technologies developed by innovators within NASA, the military, federal laboratories, universities, and commercial companies. These technologies can be applied to develop new or improved products, and solve engineering or manufacturing problems. These tech briefs span a wide array of fields including electronics, materials, software, mechanical …

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Get the latest news and breakthroughs for Design Engineers and manufacturers. Explore Technical Briefs from NASA and top government, commercial laboratories

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Tech Briefs features cutting-edge technologies developed by innovators within NASA, the military, federal laboratories, universities, and commercial companies. These technologies can be applied to develop new or improved products, and solve engineering or manufacturing problems. These tech briefs span a wide array of fields including electronics, materials, software, mechanical …

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A Robotic Gripper Handles Delicate Objects (Even Egg Yolk) Engineers from North Carolina State University tasked a robotic gripper with its toughest challenge to date: a raw egg yolk. “Conventional grippers grasp an object firmly – they grab things by putting pressure on them,” says Jie Yin, corresponding author of the paper and an

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The Create the Future Design Contest was launched in 2002 by the publishers of NASA Tech Briefs magazine to help stimulate and reward engineering innovation. The annual event has attracted more than 8,000 product design ideas from …

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Explore a wide variety of knob styles with both standard and custom product options with a comfortable grip and flexible mounting options. Our knobs can be customized using color, pad printing, decals, molded in logos, raised lettering, or nylon tips. To learn more, download this product guide. Topics: Aerospace Automotive Defense.

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Hammer Prototyping - Back to Basics. Divulged in the basics of manufacturing, Purdue Mechanical Engineering students strive to improve the design of a 21-century icon — the hammer. “They introduced all sorts of teaching moments to the hammer project,” said John Wheeler, machinist at Purdue . “Learning something about threads, how to use

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5 Tech Briefs That Rethink How to Power Up Electronics. From thermoelectric fabrics to microbes, today’s engineers are developing innovative ways to power up their electronics. Researchers from University of Massachusetts Amherst are looking for energy potential from proteins and biomaterials.

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The Create the Future Design Contest was launched in 2002 by the publishers of NASA Tech Briefs magazine to help stimulate and reward engineering innovation. The annual event has attracted more than 8,000 product design ideas from …

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Scientists have made custom nanotube fibers and tested their potential for large-scale applications. The small-scale experiments led to a fiber-enhanced, flexible cotton fabric that turns heat into enough energy to power an LED. With further development, such materials could become building blocks for fiber and textile electronics and energy

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Researchers have now demonstrated a new approach to turning thermal energy into electricity that could provide compact and efficient power for soldiers on future battlefields. Hot objects radiate light in the form of photons into their surroundings. The emitted photons can be captured by a photovoltaic cell and converted to useful electric energy.

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