Embodied Labs Puts Your Mind in an Elderly Body
Why virtual reality is the future of training caregivers.
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Robots May Be Key to Future Deepsea Mining
N.Y.-based Pliant Energy Systems is developing robots to explore metals found in the oceans.
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How Startups Are Combatting the Coming Cold Crunch
Rising air-conditioning demands are threatening our current energy capacity.
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Otto Aviation Unveils New Celera 500L Aircraft with 40% Lower Carbon Emissions
The Celera 500L aims to be an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to commercial flights.
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“Impossible” EmDrive Engine Could Make Interstellar Travel a Reality
Latest research aims to resolve whether the exciting and controversial thruster could actually work.
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Apple and Google Introduce a Simplified Coronavirus Exposure Alert System That Doesn’t Require an App
The technology uses Bluetooth to track movement and notifies contacts when someone tests positive.
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Eye in the Sky: Satellites That Show Us the Western Wildfires
NASA satellites capture one of California’s largest and hottest wildfire seasons.
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Keeping Wildfire Smoke Out of Our Lungs
Record-breaking levels of particulates make air filtration imperative during the Western fires.
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This Week in Engineering: Evolution of EV Batteries, Engineering Controls in Meatpacking Plants and Innovation in 3D Robot Cameras
This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.
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Boeing Alerts FAA About 787 Dreamliner Problems, Grounds Eight Planes
Quality control and manufacturing standards have been called into question—again.
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The Most Luxurious EV Ever Will be a Lucid Dream
Ex-Tesla chief engineer aims to outdo his own Model S
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Self-Driving Vehicles Are Being Designed for Indy 500 Speedway Race
The Indy Autonomous Challenge, a race with $1.5 million in prize money.
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These Wind Turbines Could Power Future Martian Weather Stations
The Planetary Turbine Anemometer is a new turbine concept submitted to NASA.
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AI Taking Your Job? Relax. It Can't Even Pour You a Drink.
Quick with a joke or a light of your smoke. That's not AI. Not yet.
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This Week In Engineering: Elon Musk Unveils Neural Implant, AR/VR Moving Center-Stage in Design and Making Hydrogen Fuel From Wind
This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.
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Wireless Inductive Charging Technology for EVs Could Bring Convenient Charging to Cities
A fleet of Jaguar taxis equipped with inductive charging pads are slated to debut in Norway.
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Potential New Submarine Could Have Chinese Muscle and Russian Teeth
The two geopolitical powers are collaborating on a non-nuclear attack sub.
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U.S. Plutonium Is Powering NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover
NASA’s recently launched Perseverance Mars rover is being fueled by U.S.-made plutonium.
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Many Businesses Struggle to Stay Alive, Tech Savvy Businesses Thrive
The story of Dominos, telehealth and home improvement during the pandemic.
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Johnson Space Center Closes Down Ahead of Tropical Storm Laura
NASA’s facility navigates COVID-19 and dangerous weather.
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