Recent research results in fabricating thermal management devices using 3D printing methods are reviewed.
Local control of pens in a large-scale pen array can be achieved by using a nanotube composite that is photo-responsive to fabricate...
New transport system is pledging to boosts overall equipment effectiveness
A simple, robust, and versatile way of molding all-liquid objects with potential applications in materials and life sciences.
Kawasaki announced the launch of a new robot system that reproduces the movements of expert engineers through remote collaboration.
Researchers from INST present various functional materials that have recently emerged as candidates for rewritable paper.
Esteemed experts contributed review articles on modelling and simulation of blast furnace, electric arc furnace, decarbonisation processes, continuous casting, ingot casting, electro-slag...
This month's Advanced Engineering Materials covers and top papers.
A cooperation between research and industry successfully improves resin-based 3D printing.
Science fact catches up with science fiction: by exploiting magnetic levitation, biomanufacturing – creating living 3D structures – is now possible in...