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In this week’s episode of This Week in Engineering, hosts Dan Hedges and Vince Penman discuss the launch of MAVEN; the world’s largest tunnel-borer; ink-jet circuit boards; a flying, swimming, driving drone; a learning transistor; and laser holograms.  Read more

Peugeot's HybridAir pneumaticpowertrain. Credit: Peugeot.

Once considered cutting-edge technology, hydraulic systems have been on the decline in favor of more precise systems. But advancements in electronics are opening new avenues of capabilities, and causing many to give fluid power a second look.  Read more


In Compete Smarter, Not Harder: A Process for Developing the Right Priorities Through Strategic Thinking, the author describes how to compete in the right space for greater profitability and growth.  Read more

Climbing team struggles to the summit.

More than ever, the economic environment shows that those who learn the art of collaboration have the great advantage of carving out a growth path. Corporate venturing — traditionally defined as when a company supports innovation and new projects internally — can take other forms, such as when a company is willing to sit down with an entrepreneurial business, regardless of size, and find ways to capture innovation and growth through collaborative partnerships.  Read more


In this week’s episode of This Week in Engineering, hosts Dan Hedges and Vince Penman discuss the resurrection of the Kepler telescope, sewer bomb detectors, a rock-climbing robot, 3D painting, sonic solar cells, and tires that adjust their treads.  Read more


Since the economic crash had its roots in the housing market, all industries serving that sector were negatively affected. The asphalt industry was no exception. However, there are signs that a recovery is on the horizon for producers of asphalt and manufacturers of associated equipment.  Read more

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