Quick rundown of things you may have missed last week:
Nature has once again proven to be a source of endless inspiration for engineers. A new chapter in the historic chase for the perfect arch has been written.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon have crunched some numbers and found out that even by conservative estimates, benefits of partially automatized cars fully warrant wide adoption.
Industrial control systems are home to some of the most critical national organizational infrastructure, making them a prime target for cyber attacks.
In this week’s contribution by FutureEnterprise, find out how the fusion of technology and business works in order to create the digital enterprise of the future.
Physicist Richard Feynman envisaged engineering the world at the atomic scale several decades ago. Today, researchers are making progressive steps towards making it a reality.
New research has mapped 180 regions in each brain hemisphere, opening new avenues to understand some of the most serious mental illnesses.
The EAI Insights series on Radio Spectrum continues this week with a closer examination of the Physical Layer of Wireless IoT.
Forms of HIV can cross from chimps to humans; assessing the new threat could prove vital for evaulating new, emerging diseases.