August 2005
Engineer (00137758);8/22/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7682, p7
Reports developments related to engineering. Awarding of grants to eight Scottish universities to help develop the country's research facilities by the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council; Development of a device that uses electrical signals to stimulate muscle movement by the engineers at the University of Glasgow; Investment of the Australian government in research and development into robotic technologies for surveillance, mine sweeping and defusing bombs.


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