Texas Power Grid Failure: A Lesson in Priorities
We take a comprehensive look at the contributing factors and offer a few corrective measures.
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End of the Line for Learjet, ITER Fusion Reactor Reaches Milestone and Texas Grid Fails
This Week in Engineering explores the latest in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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SpaceX Wins Big NASA Contract, Transparent Wood, and Moving to Model Based Design in Aerospace
This Week in Engineering explores the latest in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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Haptic Mobile Telehealth Robots Aim to Improve Remote Testing and Interaction
Independent mobility features allow healthcare workers to fully conduct examinations remotely.
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New, Speedy Helicopters for the U.S. Army, Supercold CMOS for Quantum Computing and Rapid Unexpected Disassembly at Space X
This Week in Engineering explores the latest in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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These Companies Are Developing Digital COVID-19 Vaccination Verification Passes
These health pass apps store personal health information and vaccination records.
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Deep Blue Cobalt: Mining on the Ocean Floor
The search for sustainable sources of minerals leads mining companies to rocks on the seabed.
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Autonomous Robots in the Operating Room
Robotic inventions are looking to decrease the load on surgeons, rendering surgeries safer and more ...
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Grid Frequency Stability and Renewable Power
The challenges of maintaining AC power quality in a renewables-intensive grid.

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Is UVC Light the Future of Battling Viruses?
Decades of research on UV light’s ability to fight germs sees new developments amid COVID-19.
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Green Hydrogen Is on the Rise
Green hydrogen is the Holy Grail of energy, assuming we can make it in a cost-effective way.
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Revolutionizing Wastewater Treatment with the Nereda Process
The technology reduces energy and land requirements for wastewater treatment.
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Electric Vehicles: Greener and Often More Budget Friendly
Along with reducing emissions, electric vehicles provide long-term fuel and maintenance savings.
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Oil and Gas Supermajors Rebrand as Energy Companies
Oil and gas companies around the world are incorporating renewables into their portfolio.
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The B-52 Is Making a Comeback
The overhauled bomber could face off against familiar Cold War-era adversaries in Russia and China.
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New FAA Files Reveal Private Aircrafts Affected by U.S. Military’s GPS Jamming During Tests
Numerous incidents of GPS interference have been reported in areas near military test bases.
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Tackling Food Insecurity Through Urban Farming Technology
Just Vertical addresses food sustainability challenges using indoor vertical hydroponics systems.
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Wheelchair-Using Engineer Wins $1 Million Mobility Prize
The Phoenix I “smart” wheelchair could revolutionize mobility products.
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Light Speed: How Integrated Photonics Can Shape the Future of Neuroscience
UofT’s Dr. Joyce Poon reveals how using light to relay information is revolutionizing telecommunicat...
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Global Semiconductor Shortage Forces Delayed Production in the Automotive Industry
Car companies have begun shutting down facilities and slowing production due to insufficient supply ...
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