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Beyond the Beaker: 3M scientists tell their stories
Over the 26 years, this scientist averaged five patents a year.
Hurricanes destroy beachside homes, but not this one
The engineering that helped one Mexico Beach, Florida, house outlast Hurricane Michael.
Four Child Inventors Who Weren’t Arrested And One Who Was
Great things happen when schools reward inquisitive minds
Cloud Seeding Could Cool Off Seas Where Hurricanes Form, Making Them Weaker
Hurricanes form in warm tropical waters, drawing strength from the heat of the ocean surface — that’s why they are … Continued
A Model Disaster
Have engineers learned anything from the loss of the unsinkable Titanic? Will they ever?
Extremely Mobile Devices
How Silicon Valley engineers are transforming cars into very smart, very fast and increasingly opinionated information systems
Video: Scan and Mold Yourself at Home with a Budget DIY 3-D Scanner
The 3-D scanner is the love child of a webcam and a laser
New Answer to 80-Year-Old Question Makes Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster
Fermi would approve
MIT Engineers Mice With More Human-Like Immune Systems For Better Vaccine Testing
Mice models can show the human response to vaccines for AIDS and other diseases
Canadian student pranksters have turned city lights into Morse code, covered the mayor’s house in fake paint, and dangled a car beneath the Golden Gate Bridge—just to show they can....