Wearable Tech Improves Comfort by Influencing Perceived Body Temperature
Thermoelectric Bracelet Wins Proto Labs’ Cool Idea! Award.
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Controlling Someone Else's Arm With Your Brain
Greg Gage and Tim Marzullo have developed affordable, engaging and accessible experiments to demonst...
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SALt - This Lamp Runs on Salt Water and Electrochemistry
Alisa and Raphael Mijeno have created a lamp that requires salt and water to create light.
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Robot Displays Self-Awareness in Logic Puzzle
Solving the King’s Wise Men puzzle, one robot identifies itself from a group.
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More Hospitals to Adopt Robot Assistants
HOSPI Robots are seeing release outside Japan for the first time. How long before they go global?
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New Tech to Cool Hot Jets
Technology uses aircraft fuel to cool gas turbine components.
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Wi-Fi Reflector Chip Drastically Boosts Speed of Wearables
Chip transfers data three times faster than the average Wi-Fi rate.
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Snotbots — Drones Designed to Collect Data from Whale Spouts
Researchers from Olin College of Engineering and the Ocean Alliance have developed new drones to col...
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Can Nanoparticles be a Solution to Environmental Pollutants?
Paired with UV light, Nanoparticles absorb harmful chemicals from soil and water.
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Sandroller - A Wheelchair for the Beach
The Sandroller team is running a Kickstarter campaign for beach friendly, self-propelled wheelchair.
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Researchers Mimic Lizard Skin for Engineering Applications
Moisture-trapping scales could have applications for distilleries and heat exchangers.
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Mcity Opens as Test Environment for Connected and Automated Vehicles
University of Michigan unveils test facility, plans to launch automated vehicle networks by 2021.
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HowLoud - Mapping Noise Levels with Math Models
Brendan Farrell and his team at HowLoud use math and physics to create sound maps.
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Engineering Students and Street Luge Champion to Break 100mph with No Motor
Prototype sled “something that most people never really thought of,” says two-time champion.
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Could Robots One Day Beat Humans in a Game of Soccer?
The game is on for the RoboCup World Championship 2015.
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New Crowdsourcing Platform Targets Operations Side of Engineering
Ennomotive connects companies with engineers of various disciplines from around the world.
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How Mobile Factories are Building Homes from Rubble
Dutch project brings about unique civil engineering solution for earthquake victims.
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Matternet Testing Mail Delivery in Switzerland
Drone delivery soon to be reality as Matternet, Swiss Post and Swiss WorldCargo begin testing.
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Can Engineers Program Bacteria?
MIT researchers develop sensors and memory switches to be encoded in bacteria found in the gut.
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Plastic Robot to Revolutionize MRI Surgeries
Made of plastic parts and ceramic motors, the robot is currently performing prostate surgeries.
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