Friday, February 23, 2018

Trial And Error: Could This App Help Drug Development For Alzheimer’s...

When a drug trial fails, many factors could be involved, including the way the study was designed, the treatment’s efficacy or safety risks. Some...

Small Change, Big Effect: How A New Gas Turbine Is Helping...

Thirty years ago, Vietnam was in a deep economic crisis. Still struggling to recover from the war, much of the country was living in...

Tour De Force: This Slovak Company Is 3D-Printing Bespoke Electric Mountain...

Patrik Paul loved riding his bike everywhere growing up in the Slovak capital Bratislava. He dreamed of the perfect mountain bike — one that...

Drivers Wanted: Why Engineers Want To Climb Into The Cockpits Of...

Sci-fi writers love to scare readers with tales of robots becoming sentient and taking over the world. The reality is a little more comical....

Arriving Early: 12 Weeks Premature. 45 Days In The NICU. 1...

In September 2017, Natalie Ray was 28 weeks pregnant with her second child when she felt a pain beneath her rib cage. She assumed...

This Software Helps Doctors Treat the Tiniest Hearts

Over the last decade, Dr. Ferran Rosés i Noguer, head of the pediatric cardiology department at Hospital Vall d’Hebron in Barcelona, Spain, has dedicated...

A New Dimension For Industry: How 3D Printing Is Doing Its...

3D printing may still seem a bit like science fiction, but in truth, it’s all around us — in luxury vehicles, jet engines and...

Fired Up: GE Successfully Tested Its Advanced Turboprop Engine With 3D-Printed...

Stephen Erickson was just 13 years old when he fell in love with planes — inside a Boston movie theater. He was watching aircraft...

After Epic Road Trip, This 241-Foot Wind Turbine Blade Is Ready...

In October, employees at LM Wind Power’s wind turbine blade factory in Castellón, Spain, briefly left their posts to send off their biggest achievement...