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The third month of UTEP 2022 included submissions related to industrial manufacturing, wind energy, microelectronics, environmental sensing, and more. This article presents a summary of the published write-ups.
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With its low melting point and resistance to warping, PLA is one of the easiest materials to print. However, users should still optimize their bed and nozzle temperature settings to obtain the best results.
The article presents a budget-focused and compact all-in-one air pollution monitoring unit that provides remote telemetry data for multiple air pollutants impactful on individual health, thereby providing a way to monitor them, and lead a broader change.
A nature-inspired spiderweb sensor designed by machine learning from a team of researchers from TU Delft paves the way to ultrasensitive detection forces and quantum technologies operating at room temperature.
Building a tether less, biologically inspired robotic fish that takes dense three-dimensional temperature data throughout the ocean water column.
At the Delft University of Technology, a series of “self-propelling” needles have been developed for downsizing the diameter of tissue transportation systems.
Researchers developed a system to conduct experiments in swarm robots that enables the e-puck robots to release and detect artificial pheromone to mimic stigmergic mechanisms.
Rethinking the wind turbine: Students from Scotland are developing next-generation, intelligent, modular wind turbines.
The users will be able to print their own microfluidic channel design using the open source CAD tool, enabling rapid prototyping and lowering the entry barriers.
An Idea Transformed into a Device Protecting Those in Offices, Schools and Factories