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Engineering

Hybrid solar concept promising for future energy production

Study: Environmental policies matter for growing megacities

'Metasurfaces' to usher in new optical technologies

'Nanoresonators' might improve cell phone performance

New effort to create green electronics, workforce

• New '4-D' transistor is preview of future computers

• Sliding metals show fluidlike behavior, new clues to wear

• New biochip technology uses tiny whirlpools to corral microbes

• Scotch tape finds new use as grasping 'smart material'

• New tools to aid in recycling flat-screen monitors, TVs

• New tool gives structural strength to 3-D printed works

• New design tool nixes mouse; users create shapes with hands only

• 'Nano machine shop' shapes nanowires, ultrathin films

• Origami-inspired design method merges engineering, art

• Free apps drain smartphone energy on 'advertising modules'

• Tiny 'spherules' reveal details about Earth's asteroid impacts

• 'PolyZoom is new tool to view, study graphics

• New firewall to safeguard against medical-device hacking

• New microtweezers may build tiny 'MEMS' structures

• New device could bring optical information processing

• 'Nanoantennas' show promise in optical innovations

• New technology uses solar UV to disinfect drinking water

• Students building rocket for moon vehicle

• New 'core wall' may speed skyscraper construction

• New translator app makes sense of foreign-language food menus

• Tiny oxygen generators boost effectiveness of anticancer treatment

• Engineers test effects of fire on steel structures, nuclear plant design

• Laser, electric fields combined for new 'lab-on-chip' technologies

• Genius of Einstein, Fourier key to new humanlike computer vision

• New electronics material closer to commercial reality

• Purdue lab works to improve conditions at indoor swimming pools

• Discovery could lead to new ways to create nano-fibers and wires

• System to pinpoint airline passengers who contaminate cabins

• New technology has dramatic chip-cooling potential for future computers

• 'Sticky nanotubes' hold key to future technologies

• Engineers create 'optical cloaking' design for invisibility

• Study: Airbags, antilock brakes not likely to reduce accidents, injuries

• Purdue engineers solve chaos mystery in use of high-tech microscope

• Purdue 'metamaterial' could lead to better optics, communications

• Purdue team to float high-altitude airship for weather, security

• Future surgeons may use robotic nurse, 'gesture recognition'

• Engineers improving programs needed for nuclear reactor safety

• Study: Higher interstate speed limit proves safe for Indiana

• Findings a step toward making new optical materials

• Engineers make first 'active matrix' display using nanowires

• New materials may bring advanced optical technologies, cloaking

• New lab-on-chip advance uses low-cost, disposable paper strips

• Technology uses auto exhaust heat to create electricity, boost mileage

• New heart pump to provide temporary assist for infants, adults

• System would help Haiti build, modify earthquake-prone structures

• Brain changes found in football players thought to be concussion-free

• Innovation could bring super-accurate sensors, crime forensics

• New findings promising for 'transformation optics,' cloaking

• Nanowick at heart of new system to cool 'power electronics'

• 'Econophysics' points way to fair salaries in free market

• New biofuels processing method for mobile facilities

• New system to reduce heating costs in cold climates

• New process is promising for hydrogen fuel cell cars

• Solution to beading-saliva mystery has practical purposes

• New method manipulates particles for sensors, crime scene testing

• New automated tool 'debugs' nuclear weapon simulations

• Ultrasensitive imaging method uses gold-silver 'nanocages'

• 'Microrings' could nix wires for communications in homes, offices

• Purdue tests nuclear plant design at Bowen Lab

• 'Ferropaper' is new technology for small motors, robots

• Nanowires key to future transistors, electronics

• New 'finFET' promising for smaller transistors, more powerful chips

• New theory on fairness in economics targets CEO pay

• Better control of carbon nanotube 'growth' promising for future electronics

• New findings could help hybrid, electric cars keep their cool

• Laser processes promise better artificial joints, arterial stents

• New nanolaser key to future optical computers and technologies

• Tiny 'MEMS' devices to filter,amplify electronic signals

• Research findings contradict myth of high engineering dropout rate

• 'Smart turbine blades' to improve wind power

• Energy-saving method checks refrigerant level in air conditioners

• 'Bluetooth' signals show airport security-line waiting times

• New 'broadband' cloaking technology simple to manufacture

• High-tech speed bump detects damage to Army vehicles

• Purdue report details Indiana coal use, needs

• Indiana has promising sites for underground coal 'gasification' plants

• Simple method strengthens schools, other buildings against earthquakes

• New stretchable electrodes created to study stresses in cardiac cells

• Nano-tetherball biosensor precisely detects glucose

• Researchers cooking up new gelled rocket fuels

• New holographic method could be used for lab-on-a-chip technologies

• Study finds many motorists don't see need to heed speed limits

• 'Buckyballs' have high potential to accumulate in living tissue

• 'Nanonet' circuits closer to making flexible electronics reality