Electrifying the Big Rigs
Electrifying large vehicles will reduce CO2, urban noise, and operating costs, but it's not easy.
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This Week in Engineering: Green Hydrogen
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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FACT CHECK: Flying the COVID Skies. Is it Safe?
Flying is safer than you think amid the pandemic, states a recent medical article.
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Electric Vehicles Take the Spotlight at 2020 Beijing Auto Show
There was no shortage of EVs at the first COVID-era automotive exhibition.
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Using Ammonia to Store and Transport Renewable Energy
Easier to compress than hydrogen, ammonia provides a dense energy store for long-range transport.
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NASA’s Roman Space Telescope Will Unveil Undiscovered Planets
The Roman Space Telescope is expected to make amazing discoveries, just like whom it’s named after.
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This Week in Engineering: The 5G Future Now, ZeroE Airplanes & Making Energy from Wind on Mars
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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Green Hydrogen Can Be Cheap Enough to Compete with Fossil Fuels by 2030
New research examines the production cost of green hydrogen in different locations.
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Is a Cloud City Above Venus on the Horizon?
New discovery in Venus's clouds sparks renewed interest in exploring the planet via a cloud base.
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AI Tool Helps Parents Diagnose Children with Behavioral Conditions
The Cognoa app will enable parents to help diagnose and learn about autism.
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Toyota Research Institute Introduces Its Latest Home Robot Innovations
The TRI is adding two new home robots to its roster.
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Autonomous Drones Learn Acrobatic Maneuvers on Their Own
A specially designed algorithm allows drones to learn acrobatics through simulations.
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UK’s First Hydrogen Train Takes to the Rails
HydroFLEX train is a modified diesel train equipped with a hydrogen power source.
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As Biosensors Grow in Sophistication, So Does Their Market Value
Tech innovation and rise in disease both fuel progress of biosensors market.
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Siemens to Build Huge Green Hydrogen Production Facility in Germany
Facility would use renewable energy fuel sources, making it a CO2-free power plant.
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This Week In Engineering: Autonomous EV’s, 21st Century Nuclear Energy and “Smart” Bricks
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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FAA Chief Personally Tests the 737 MAX
The troubled aircraft could return to the skies before the end of 2020—with fixes and upgrades.
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GITAI Aims to Bring Autonomous Robot Workers to Space
GITAI will conduct a technical demonstration of autonomous robot, S1, aboard the ISS in 2021.
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How the Largest U.S. Cities Are Embracing Electric Vehicles
The ICCT highlights adoption trends for electric vehicles based on the 50 most populous metro areas.
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Green Hydrogen—Powering a Sustainable Future
Green hydrogen comes from renewable sources to help build an eco-friendly future.
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