Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have built three-dimensionally printed bricks that can be used to heal broken bones and damaged soft tissue.
Interesting Engineering From ACM TechNews | August 3, 2020
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received 572 entries from 82 countries in a contest to generate ideas for replacing traditional spacecraft sensors in its future...Space.com From ACM TechNews | August 3, 2020
Researchers developed and tested an augmented reality headset that helps surgeons remotely guide medics through performing surgery in simulated war zones.
Purdue University News From ACM TechNews | July 31, 2020
Ford will use two of Boston Dynamics' Spot robots to help the automaker update the original engineering plans of a transmission manufacturing plant, as a pilot...TechCrunch From ACM TechNews | July 29, 2020
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology initiated the third round of reviewing algorithms submitted to form the core of the first post-quantum cryptography...National Institute of Standards and Technology From ACM TechNews | July 28, 2020
Purdue University engineers have developed a quantum random walk method that could eventually allow computers to sift through data at incredibly fast speeds.
Purdue University News From ACM TechNews | July 27, 2020
FThe autonomous vehicle industry is refocusing on more-profitable opportunities after efforts to commercialize robotaxis failed to live up to the hype.
Financial Times From ACM TechNews | July 24, 2020
Motion pictures are using new techniques in computer-generated imagery to create feature-length performances by convincingly "de-aged" actors.
Don Monroe From Communications of the ACM | August 1, 2020