Trial kit includes everything needed to clean out a machine sump and prepare it for new fluid.
FIRST sponsors and individual donors pledge $1.3 million, spanning three years, to nearly 200 high-school robotics teams.
Researchers develop a bioinspired, actuated material that mimics the complex motion of heart muscle.
All US-based high schools, vocational schools, colleges, and universities are urged to submit an entry by the deadline of May 31, 2014.
Manufacturers attending the Mazak Northeast event will discover new tools and techniques for increased part production efficiency.
Implementation is mandated in stages during the next few years, but truth be told, most companies are nowhere near compliance.
Dr. Karen Flammer, Sally Ride Science co-founder, to deliver keynote address at Smartforce Student Summit at IMTS 2014 on Wed., Sept. 10.
Pairing nanodiamond-embedded contact lenses with existing drugs shows promise as a new therapy for glaucoma.
A new bioprinting method creates intricately patterned 3D tissue constructs with multiple types of cells and tiny blood vessels.
Siemens’ in-kind software grant from will help Ohio prepare a highly skilled workforce to take advantage of manufacturing resurgence.
Penn State researchers place tiny synthetic motors inside live human cells, propel them with ultrasonic waves, and steered them magnetically.
National Math and Science Initiative prepares students for success by building strong foundations in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Project Lead The Way president to deliver opening day keynote at Smartforce Student Summit at IMTS 2014.
The Purdue Research Foundation and Cook Medical partner on a $12 million project to support life sciences startup opportunities.
Expansion of Autodesk’s Design the Future program – to all 27,000+ middle & high schools – will help prepare students for careers in STEAM.