Origami Engineering

2016

‘Molecular origami’ enables scientists recreate RNA process in lab

‘Molecular origami’ enables scientists recreate RNA process in lab

University of Dundee scientists have used nanotechnology to perform ‘molecular origami’ in order to replicate naturally occurring genetic processes, research that may one day help

Liquid Light: Scientists Unite Light and Electricity to Make Electronics Smaller and Faster

Liquid Light: Scientists Unite Light and Electricity to Make Electronics Smaller and Faster

Researchers have found a way to bridge the gap between light and electricity—the two main components of current data transmission. Using the liquid light produced

Four ways Canada can solve the technical talent shortage

Four ways Canada can solve the technical talent shortage

Ira Needles had an appointment that he wasn’t going to miss 60 years ago. Something was on his mind, something grand and disruptive. His test

ORIGAMI ENGINEERING Announces the Appointment of New Senior Partner

ORIGAMI ENGINEERING Announces the Appointment of New Senior Partner

Origami Engineering is pleased and proud to announce the appointment of the new partner, Dr. Laura Grassi. Laura Grassi is a proofed professional in the

China launches world’s first quantum science satellite

China launches world’s first quantum science satellite

China has launched the world’s first satellite dedicated to testing the fundamentals of quantum communication in space. The $100m Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS)

How the Future of Origami Engineering is Unfolding

How the Future of Origami Engineering is Unfolding

Origami, the Japanese art form that dates at least to the 17th century, creates unique patterns and shapes from paper folding. Today, origami is inspiring

9 Tips for Effective Business Development

9 Tips for Effective Business Development

Business development can be one of the fastest ways to grow your business. Here are 9 ways to help you take your company to the

NASA CubeSat Telescope Could Have First Carbon Nanotube Mirrors

NASA CubeSat Telescope Could Have First Carbon Nanotube Mirrors

A lightweight telescope that a team of NASA scientists and engineers is developing specifically for scientific investigations in its CubeSat Launch initiative (CSLI) could become

Can Carbon Fiber Replace Steel in the Automotive Industry?

Can Carbon Fiber Replace Steel in the Automotive Industry?

Carbon-Fiber Composites may have just gotten the push they need to truly surpass steel as the material of choice for automotive manufacturers. The Institute for

Origami-inspired metamaterial changes shape and stiffness on command

Origami-inspired metamaterial changes shape and stiffness on command

“A house that could fit in a backpack or a wall that could become a window with the flick of a switch” are just two

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