Engineering

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3D Bioprinting Improves Speed and Quality of Tissue EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers10-Sept-18Link
Injectable Bandage Stops Internal Bleeding of Severe WoundsAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers14-May-18Link
System Automates Cell Culture OptimizationAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers22-Jan-18Link
Pancreas Cell Implant Aims to Eliminate Insulin InjectionsAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers27-Nov-17Link
Putting the Freeze on Ice RecrystallizationAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers30-Oct-17Link
Machines Keep Donated Organs Alive Outside the BodyAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers23-Oct-17Link
Start Your EnginesACS Central Science18-Apr-16Link
UCSC data storage researchers tackle practical problemsUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news office20-May-14Link
UCSC engineer focuses on assistive technology for people with disabilitiesUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news office8-May-14Link
New program pairs alumni mentors with engineering undergraduatesUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news office18-Apr-13Link
Research on metal hydrides revived for next-generation solutions to renewable energy storageMRS BulletinDec 2013Link
The promise and pitfalls of carbon captureArs Technica28-Nov-12Link
Building biomedical testsSanta Clara MagazineFall 2012Link
Silicon circuits that dissolve when wet made for smart medical implantsArs Technica25-Sept-12Link
Touch and Go: Fondling the Digital WorldNew Scientist11-June-12Link
New electrode material could lead to powerful rechargeable sodium batteriesArs Technica4-May-12Link
Block Copolymer Helps Lithography Get SmallerChemical & Engineering News11-April-12Link
Single atom transistor gets precise position on chipNew Scientist19-Feb-12Link
NASA's winning electric aircraft take flightNew Scientist6-Oct-11Link
Screen-spy program can read text and emailsNew Scientist2-Nov-11Link
Single molecule is tiniest electric motor everNew Scientist7-Sept-11Link
Quantum logic could make better robot bartendersNew Scientist6-Sept-11Link
Q&A with Scott White, materials engineerUCSC Science Communication program, from AAAS 2011Link