Caleb Otto used his engineering background in NorthWind Technical Services’ pumpkin growing contest with an award-winning pumpkin that weighed almost 800 pounds. Research, formulas, calculations, and automation helped.
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The Pivot 2.0’s wide variety of speeds and positions is designed to provide the precise air movement the user wants—whether it’s down an aisle or assembly line, around obstructions or in low-ceilinged spaces.
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Honeywell research finds exposure through portable USB drives can cause serious disruption to process facilities through unsecure or malicious files.
A study from Stanford University explores how to make foaming oil in lubricants last whether it's for a car or a wind turbine.