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E3SM uses exascale computing to simulate the Earth’s variability at weather-scale resolution. More >>

 

Rice University students speed up sports analytics with new software. More >>

 

A team of computer scientists has developed a new AI that can predict software solutions for program... More >>

 

Tennibot is billed as the world's first robotic tennis ball collector. More >>

 

Multipurpose robot inspired by NASA robots. More >>

 

Rice University students build a six-legged mechanical horse to simulate hippotherapy. More >>

 

Soft, silent machine uses artificial muscles to swim. More >>

 

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NASA is set to launch their new space probe on May 5 that will explore the deep interior of Mars. More >>

 

New robotics education system uses haptic feedback to teach programming and robotic position and gri... More >>

 

Rover could help scientists and engineers study coastlines. More >>

 

Machine learning can help devices maintain contact in emergencies. More >>

 

CAE Systems has developed a camera that brings audio and acoustic data together to visualize how noi... More >>

 

Japan wants a new fighter jet that blends the F-22 with the F-35, but will it be able to solicit U.S... More >>

 

A Carnegie Mellon engineer’s prize-winning research could redefine what’s possible for 3D printing m... More >>

 

Attaching a percussion robot to the side of a standard cajon can turn a single performer into a duo. More >>

 

Taking advantage of a common 3D printing defect allows even low-cost printers to create self-folding... More >>

 

A team of researchers has designed a microengineered, slippery, rough surface inspired by plants tha... More >>

 

Prototype of a lightweight streaming camera doesn’t need large batteries or a power source. More >>

 

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