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Boon - A sensory substitution for ASD, better sleep and more

“This device classifies human emotions, snores, sign languages, visual objects using EI and provide haptic feedback through Neosensory Buzz. When I first noticed Expand Your Senses challenge on Hackster, I told myself, this is a perfect marriage - sensory substitution with …

Bringing Atoms to a Standstill: NIST Miniaturizes Laser Cooling

“It’s cool to be small. Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have miniaturized the optical components required to cool atoms down to a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero, the first step in …

Build a WIFI Connected Clock Using Meadow

“Build this nifty clock with Meadow getting the date and time from a public web API via WIFI and room temperature with an LM35 Analog sensor. In this Meadow project we’ll learn how to build a clock that shows …

Buildings – The unbreakable bond

“Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory developed self-healing elastomers that demonstrated unprecedented adhesion strength and the ability to adhere to many surfaces, which could broaden their potential use in industrial applications. Elastomers, commonly used in the construction industry as sealants …

CircuitPython 6.1.0 released!

“This is CircuitPython 6.1.0, the latest minor revision of CircuitPython, and is a new stable release. See Port status below for details on port stability, and Known Issues for known problems. If you find any issues with this …

Colgate Planetary Geologist Publishes Groundbreaking Analysis of Mysterious Martian Glaciers

“In a new paper published today in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science (PNAS), planetary geologist Joe Levy, assistant professor of geology, reveals a groundbreaking new analysis of the mysterious glaciers of Mars. On Earth, glaciers covered wide …

Columbia Engineers First to Observe Avalanches in Nanoparticles

“Researchers develop the first nanomaterial that demonstrates “photon avalanching;” finding could lead to new applications in sensing, imaging, and light detection Researchers at Columbia Engineering report today that they have developed the first nanomaterial that demonstrates “photon avalanching,” a process …

Comfortable and Powerful Amplifier Circuit

“We Connect 2SC5200 Collector With 2SA1216 Base. Then We Connect 2SC5200 Emitter With 2SA1216 Collector. Then We Connect 100 K Ohm Resistor With 2SC5200 Base & 2SA1216 Emitter. Now Connect 0.47 Ohm Resistor With 2SA1216 Emitter. Now Connect 1000µf/16v …

Common microbes team up to degrade polymer composites

“Polymer composites are durable, lightweight replacements for wood, metal or other materials and are used widely in everything from pipelines and utility poles to airplanes and cars. Research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is shedding new light on how …

Constructing termite turrets without a blueprint

“Following a series of studies on termite mound physiology and morphogenesis over the past decade, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have now developed a mathematical model to help explain how termites construct …