Entries for 'Kyle Maxey'

VIDEO: A Short History of Engineering
Exploring 3,000 years of engineering in three and a half minutes.
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A Cooling Component for Quantum Computers
A breakthrough in controlling qubits states could be huge for the future of quantum computer archite...
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Chinese Supercar Sets Lap Record
Chinese supercar maker shatters their own record at Germany’s famous Nürburgring
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World’s Largest Aircraft Rises to the Skies Again
Hybrid Air Vehicles returns its massive inflatable to the skies after a year of being grounded.
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World’s Largest X-Ray Laser Makes First Light
European X-ray Free Electron Laser lights up for the first time just outside of Hamburg.
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USAF Space Plane Sets Orbital Record
X-37B space plane lands in Florida after nearly two years in orbit.
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Meet the US Navy’s New Nuclear Sub Suit
The Navy updates its nuclear sub steam suit with lightweighting and lobster claws.
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Is This the UH-1N Huey’s Replacement?
Boeing unveils its concept for a successor to the Huey helicopter. Will the military adopt it?
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Laser Weapons Make Their Way Onto US Army Vehicles
The Army comes closer to realizing the potential of mobile, ground-based laser weaponry.
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Cheap, Reusable Sponge Reinvents Oil Spill Cleanups
Nanostructured Oleo Sponge could revolutionize the cleanup of oceanic oil spills.
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Sequentially Self-Folding Structures Activated by Light
An improved technique for self-folding gives researchers more control over automated assembly.
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Commercial Supersonic Jet Undergoes NASA Vetting
A new airframe design might take the boom out of supersonic flight.
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Ceramic Manufacturing at Room Temperature Now a Reality
Swiss researchers borrow an idea from geology to improve ceramic manufacturing efficiency.
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Can an Ultra-Fast Camera Make Self-Driving Cars Safer?
A newly developed camera could make self-driving cars nearly incapable of having accidents.
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Engineers Devise Low-Cost Alternative to da Vinci Surgical System
A new laproscopic tool reduces the price of precision surgery and proves itself in the OR.
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Recluse Spider Silk Offers Inspiration for Tougher Materials
Knots in nano-scale flat ribbon suggest a new method for improving material strength.
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Can a Swiss and German EV Startup Challenge Tesla?
Elextra debuts electric supercar at Geneva Motor Show.
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Laser Rangefinder Transforms Every Soldier into a Sharpshooter
Raytheon introduces a laser-based scope that improves close and long range marksmanship.
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Uranium From Seawater - A Source for Future Energy Production?
Stanford researchers improve a method for extracting uranium from the ocean.
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One Cent Lab-On-a-Chip Could Disrupt Disease Diagnosis
Stanford engineers build low-cost microfluidic device that could deliver advanced diagnostics where ...
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