Lee Goldberg
Editor

Lee brings over 20 years' experience in technology reporting to his post as lead editor at PD&D and MDT. Prior to entering publishing, Lee was an electrical engineer. During that time, he helped design microprocessors, embedded systems, renewable energy applications, and the occasional interplanetary spacecraft. Lee intends to use what he’s learned from all these experiences to provide unique perspectives on the technologies, products, and people within the Medical Device and R&D communities.

Off duty, Goldberg indulges his passions for gardening, hiking, experimental cuisine, flying, and DIY technologies. He’s a regular attendee at the Maker Faire, where he hopes to eventually exhibit an Arduino-powered autopilot he’s designing for his home-built ultralight aircraft. Lee, his wife Catherine, and his daughter Anwyn currently reside in the outskirts of Princeton NJ, where they masquerade as a typical suburban family. You can reach him at lee.goldberg@advantagemedia.com .

Report published by the Union of Concerned Scientists concluded that clean car standards have led to more fuel-efficient vehicles that produce lower amounts of...
5.14.2018
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'A Doctors' Wish List' panel discussion on June 19, in Michigan, will give medical device designers and MedTech professionals a chance to hear...
5.11.2018
9:30am
The 3D printed model cars on display at the CIDEAS booth was one of the most eye-catching exhibits at the 2018 RAPID + tct additive manufacturing conference....
5.9.2018
11:25am
Although 3D printing technologies compete with conventional casting methods for certain applications, they more often compliment them. At the recent RAPID +...
5.3.2018
8:00am
A small group of manufacturers caused a stir at the RAPID 2018 conference when they demonstrated the capabilities of Cold Spray Deposition, a relatively new...
4.26.2018
10:02pm
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Even a quick tour of the RAPID + tct 2018 show floor makes it clear that 3D printed plastic materials are evolving rapidly, offering a growing variety of...
4.26.2018
10:43am
In this video, shot on the show floor of RAPID 2018, Mark Groves, a Project Manager at the prosthetics manufacturer Willow Wood, explains why he began to...
4.25.2018
11:41am
PDD Editor Lee Goldberg takes you on a close-up and technical tour of XJet's unique 3D manufacturing system that uses inkjet technology to produce high-...
4.25.2018
10:12am
I can’t believe the RAPID + tct conference is only a few days away! If this year’s event is anything like last years’ it’s going to be a very busy and even...
4.19.2018
11:12am
The VRHero 5K Plus headset provides engineering-grade resolution and image quality, thanks to its high-density 5K OLED displays that give viewers a true-to-...
4.3.2018
12:07pm
For anyone familiar with industrial robotics, the sight of a worker sharing a work cell with an active robotic arm would normally be cause for alarm. But the...
4.2.2018
5:27pm
Will our next wave of prosperity be driven by products and technologies that can halt climate change? A recent study prepared by the Rocky Mountain Institute (...
3.29.2018
3:07pm
Until recently, the AI behind most intelligent products did not reside in the products themselves, but instead in a cloud-based application or IoT-connected...
3.29.2018
2:13am
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If a 20-ton autonomous truck is hurtling down a highway what’s the failsafe option when something goes wrong that its electronic brain cannot deal with? One...
3.28.2018
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During his keynote speech at the NVIDIA GPU Developers Conference, CEO Jensen Huang, offered a tantalizing vision of how he intends to use company’s deep...
3.28.2018
2:35pm
At Tuesday’s keynote session of the 2018 NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, CEO Kevin Huang announced the expansion of its Isaac platform to support the...
3.28.2018
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One of the highlights of NVIDIA’s GPU developer’s conference was the company’s introduction of a cloud-based system for testing autonomous vehicles using...
3.27.2018
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NVIDIA’s Holodeck, an immersive multi-user VR collaboration platform, originally developed as a tool for engineers, scientists and medical professionals, has...
3.27.2018
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Irvine, CA March 6th, 2018: Over the past few decades, current miniaturization technologies, “MEMS” and micro-machining, have only been able to miniaturize...
3.23.2018
11:09am
When the Dragon cargo spacecraft launches towards the International Space Station (ISS) on its April 2 resupply mission, it will be carrying 20 commercial...
3.22.2018
4:11pm
When my Daughter Anwyn was born, I dedicated a book I was writing to her as part of a promise I had made to do what I could to “help her grandchildren inherit...
3.21.2018
8:41pm
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Although 3D Printing is the latest rage and an excellent choice for producing many things, it’s not a universal solution. Angus Deveson from Maker’s Muse...
3.21.2018
6:36pm
Deep below Germany’s Black Forest, scientists verify the functionality of the SEIS, a multi-seismometer experiment that will fly aboard the “InSight” Mars...
by Joint Geoscientific Observatory (Black Forest Observatory, BFO)
3.21.2018
12:22pm
The OLCD device can be used to create flexible displays that incorporate multi-point force-touch sensing of arbitrary size, from wearable devices to large...
3.21.2018
11:29am
The film Hidden Figures helped increase general awareness that women have been making contributions to our tech culture for a long time, but still only a few...
3.20.2018
12:25pm
The sensor industry is changing at lightning quick speed. The best way to keep up with the industry is to attend Sensors Expo & Conference, held in the...
3.20.2018
10:57am
A small company in Massachusetts has developed a design for producing Lithium-Ion batteries that pack roughly twice the energy per unit volume as the ones...
3.19.2018
11:32am
A new technique for producing microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) devices promises to improve their precision and reliability for and lower their cost. Its...
3.19.2018
10:43am
An paleontological discovery, announced this week indicates that “the geek gene” that gives humans their proclivity to create, invent, tinker, and an inability...
3.16.2018
10:19am
Today’s images are the products of researchers’ use of numerical modeling to gain insights into the mysteries of supersonic flow as they attempt to develop...
3.16.2018
9:08am
Built on a new quad-core Broadcom BCM2837 64-bit application processor running at 1.4GHz, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is over 15% faster than the Raspberry Pi...
3.16.2018
8:27am
A new battery architecture under development at the University of Kansas may help tip the economics of renewable energy by making it cheaper to store excess...
3.15.2018
2:19pm
Duke’s Blue Devil Ocean Engineering team is in the final stages of creating a low-cost autonomous ocean mapping system that will use a heavy-lift drone to move...
3.15.2018
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Known as “Cora”, the composite-bodied self-flying vehicle carries two passengers, has vertical takeoff capability, a range of 62 miles and a top speed of...
3.14.2018
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A recent study warns that the world will need to find alternatives to lithium and cobalt in order to support the growing demand for batteries and motors...
3.14.2018
12:47pm
ViHart is a hyperactive YouTube Star who digs drawing, music science, and baking. To celebrate Pi Day, she explains the intersection of mathematics and...
3.14.2018
11:10am
The origins of Pi Day can be traced back to 1988, when Larry Shaw organized the first event at the Exploratorium, a hands-on science and technology museum in...
3.14.2018
10:58am
Coto Technology’s new RedRock™ RR111 Series wafer-based TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) analog sensors offer extremely strong magnetic sensitivity in an...
3.14.2018
9:34am
What is it? MIT student Ben Katz and software engineer Jared Di Carlo wrote software for a robot that allowed the machine to solve the Rubik’s Cube in just 0....
3.13.2018
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