Better Batteries Through Self-Healing Nanoparticles
Stanford researchers record reactions at near-atomic-scale resolution.
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F-18 Fighter Jets and UAVs Join Forces in Air Force Test
US military successfully tests an autonomous drone swarm launched from a fighter jet.
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New Tools for Exploring Alpha Centauri
Upgrade to Chile’s Very Large Telescope could reveal signs of life at our nearest stellar neighbor.
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Fret Zeppelin Device Teaches Guitar in Sixty Seconds
Engineers have developed a flexible LED strip to attach to any guitar surface and show the user how ...
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Researchers Reliably Spin Artificial Spider Silk
Researchers in Sweden create a method for reliably producing artificial spider silk. What applicatio...
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Adding Up The Perfect Cup
Researchers aims to uncover the best multiscale model for coffee extraction.
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Tenkiv Nexus Uses Solar to Clean Water in Afghanistan
Tenkiv Nexus has reimagined solar panels and arrays to use renewable energy to clean up to 1000 lite...
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Flat Optical Lenses May Lead to Cheaper, Lighter Cameras
Engineers stack metasurfaces to create flat lenses with 70 degree angular range.
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5 Technologies Transforming the 21st Century
IBM’s 5-year forecast bets big on AI, AR, big data, smart sensors and labs-on-a-chip.
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A Novel Method for Robotic Manipulation
Neural network yields optimal control for nonlinear robots.
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Obama Argues US Clean Energy Trend is “Irreversible”
Outgoing President offers 4 reasons green tech is here to stay. Will President Trump prove him wrong...
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Britain To Develop A Laser Weapon
The UK’s MoD is developing its own laser weapons system. But what’s the target?
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DARPA UAV Sets World Record for Endurance
Diesel-powered unmanned aerial vehicle stayed aloft for nearly 56 hours.
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ISS Gets a Robot-Assisted Battery Switch
NASA uses a Canadian-built robot to replace and upgrade the ISS’s aging batteries.
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Lief - Smart Patch for Fighting Stress
A smart patch worn on the torso can monitor your stress and help to train biorhythms.
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Are Implantable Microrobots the Future of Medicine?
Biocompatible micromachines could be used for drug delivery, stents and more.
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How Sea Sponges Can Help Structures Resist Buckling
Tapered rods inside sponges have evolved the optimal shape to avoid buckling under pressure.
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NASA’s Space Launch System Endures Critical Wind Tunnel Testing
NASA engineers investigate the SLS’s sub-sonic performance in a windtunnel.
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Powering Medical Implants with Subdermal Solar Cells
Study shows half square inch solar cell is sufficient to power a typical pacemaker.
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Are Renewables Rising Fast Enough to Combat Climate Change?
Spread of green technologies must see a tenfold increase to meet Paris Agreement targets.
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