Are Gravitational Batteries the Solution to Grid Power Storage?
An overview of gravitational energy storage and the current startups looking to deploy it.
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11 Incredibly Useful Gifts for Engineers
Here's what every engineer will appreciate for the holidays.
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Sensitive Epidermal VR Interface Transforms Signals into Realistic Touch
A new epidermal VR interface imparts a sense of touch through electronic signal.
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NASA Plans to Park a Spacecraft in Lunar Orbit
The Gateway spacecraft would serve as a waystation on the way to the moon.
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AI with Creative Capabilities Is on the Horizon
Researchers design an AI framework to learn the creative side of engineering bridges.
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US Army Field Tests a Universal, Autonomous, Robotic Driver
The US Army is developing a universal autonomous system that requires no a priori info to navigate.
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Engineering High-Performance Winter Tires
What makes winter tires different?
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New Study Details the Fundamental Physical Properties of Artificial Muscle Fibers
Researchers from Harvard studied the different levels of stretch in filaments.
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Robots Use AI to Learn from Their Mistakes
Robot arm uses trial and error to solve problems.
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Is Nuclear Power a Solution for Climate Change?
While it may have a bad reputation, the engineering behind fission power is solid.
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New Living 3D-Printed Skin Includes Vascular System
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed a way to 3D print living skin with blood vessels.
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Engineers Create “Artificial Leaf” That Turns Carbon into Fuel
New technology from the University of Waterloo can help to reduce greenhouse gases.
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The Surprising Significance of Food Waste Processing
How processing food waste has a major impact on climate change.
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State of the Art: Autonomous Driving Technology as 2019 Comes to a Close
The latest update on the major players in this market.
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Researchers Build Tiny Flying Robots Designed to Withstand Collisions with Zero Damage
The RoboBee is a microrobot powered by soft actuators and is the first of its kind.
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Stretchable Liquid Metal Keeps Conductivity Even Under Strain
USAF developed a liquid metal conductor that could power wearables and textiles.
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Electrospinning Produces Fibers for Medical Uses
University of Cincinnati Researchers are using electrospinning for various medical applications.
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New Device Instantly Detects Airborne Chemicals
Real-time monitoring for haze outbreaks, detection of gas leaks, and industrial air pollution.
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Study Explores Using Swarm of Tiny Drones to Transform Search-and-Rescue Operations
A joint research team release the results of their project exploring swarm robotics.
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Quantum Supremacy Isn’t a Thing – The Case of Google vs IBM
Google and IBM debate claims of Quantum Supremacy.
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