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Which engineering profession pays the most?
It's no surprise that engineers make a decent wage — but did you know this is industry dependent?
Engineered coatings reduce industrial pollution
Contaminated industrial plants cost billions every year throughout the world. Special coatings can prevent the build-up of contaminants. Researchers are now able to adapt ultra-thin coatings for an extremely wide range of applications.
3D modeling technology in medicine
Until now, physicians have largely been skeptical of the advantages of 3D technology. But this may be about to change: the findings of a new study show that even experienced surgeons stand to benefit from the third dimension.
Neuroengineers unveils wireless brain sensor
In a significant advance for brain-machine interfaces, engineers at Brown University have developed a novel wireless, broadband, rechargeable, fully implantable brain sensor that has performed well in animal models for more than a year.
Brain-to-brain interface allows transmission of tactile and motor information
Researchers have electronically linked the brains of pairs of rats for the first time, enabling them to communicate directly to solve simple behavioral puzzles. A further test of this work successfully linked the brains of two animals thousands of miles apart—one in Durham, N.C., and one in Natal, Brazil.
Creating your own animated 3D characters and scenes for the web
To show spatial animations on websites, developers so far have had only two options: to use special software or to implement it from scratch. Computer scientists at Saarland University have developed a declarative markup language which facilitates the creation of distinct spatial animations and ensures their smooth replay in the web browser. The researchers will show their results at the trade fair Cebit in Hannover starting on March 5 (Hall 9, booth F34).
Medical equipment is sterilized using solar concentrating system
Using sunlight, researchers and students at MIT are trying to change how medical equipment is sterilized in remote clinics - and a pilot project in Nicaragua has begun to show promising results.
Lab Instruments Inside Curiosity Eat Mars Rock Powder
Two compact laboratories inside NASA's Mars rover Curiosity have ingested portions of the first sample of rock powder ever collected from the interior of a rock on Mars.
Highly Energy-Efficient CMOS Logic Systems
Non-volatile bistable memory circuits being developed by Satoshi Sugahara and his team at Tokyo Tech pave the way for highly energy-efficient CMOS logic systems.
Clever battery completes stretchable electronics package
The rechargeable battery can stretch, twist and bend -- and return to normal shape

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