Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
COVID-19 October 31, 2021

Nanotube-based sensor can detect COVID-19 proteins

MIT engineers have designed a nanotube-based sensor that can detect COVID-19 without any antibody and could be used for other pandemic, improving worker health.

By Anne Trafton
Electrical, Power November 20, 2021

EVs recharge in under 5 minutes with new charging cable design

Purdue researchers designed a charging cable that can deliver a current 4.6 times that of the fastest available EV chargers on the market today

By Kayla Wiles
Courtesy: Chris Vavra, CFE Media and Technology
Sustainability November 22, 2021

Resource processing challenges that stand in the way of a circular economy

Sustainable resource processing method can reduce the cost of production, lower greenhouse gas emissions and create jobs

By Shannon Bergstrom
Courtesy: North Carolina State University
Discrete Manufacturing November 21, 2021

Synthesis process paves way for more efficient lasers, LEDs

North Carolina State University have developed a process that makes use of existing industry standard techniques for making III-nitride semiconductor materials, but results in layered materials that will make LEDs and lasers more efficient.

By Matt Shipman
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Cybersecurity November 23, 2021

How manufacturers can improve cybersecurity

By Claire Price
Courtesy: Daniel Penn Associates
Maintenance November 8, 2021

Top 5 Plant Engineering articles Nov. 1-7, 2021

By Keagan Gay
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Motors, Drives November 19, 2021

Trends in the LV drives market

By Blake Griffin
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Process Safety November 5, 2021

Gap in workplace safety processes, strategies

By Sphera
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Workforce Development November 23, 2021

Groups launch partnership supporting STEM and technical education

By Discovery Education