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Thought-Controlled Wheelchair Written by: Michele Kawate
Tags: transportation, biomedical engineering, computer science Ever wished that you could control objects with just your thoughts? New research in brain-computer interfaces is helping patients with paralysis control the movements of their wheelchair by simply thinking.
Engineering a Smooth Ride: Creating the Perfect Ski Through Shaping and Vibration Damping Written by: Brent Nash
Tags: sports & recreation, entertainment, lifestyle Skiing is a sport and recreational activity enjoyed by numerous people around the world. Learn about how engineers have devised methods to mitigate ski vibration and improve ride quality.
The Science Behind Tennis Racquet Performance and Choosing the Right Racquet Written by: Yohan Chang
Tags: entertainment, mechanical engineering, sports & recreation Finding the perfect tennis racquet can be a long but worthwhile process that can enhance the player's game.
Genetically Modified Crops: Boon or Bane? Written by: Ola Bant
Tags: health & medicine, food & drink, biomedical engineering The genetic manipulation of crops has the potential to increase crop production. Genetically modified crops have the potential to revolutionize the farming industry, but some opponents foresee an abundance of associated health risks.
Can Electric Vehicles Charge Wirelessly? Written by: Michael Asfaw
Tags: electrical engineering, energy & sustainability, physics, power, transportation, civil engineering The world of wireless is pushing us into the 21st century. Most electronic devices can transfer data wirelessly, and power transfer may also soon be possible with new wireless inductive transfer technologies.