Novel Algorithm Locates Soldiers or Robots When GPS is Not Available
Capable of locating agents in physically complex, unknown and infrastructure-poor environments.
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Footloose - Self-Cleaning Litter Box Also Tracks Cats' Health
Petato has developed a cleaning box and app to monitor cats' health.
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AR Comes to Motorcycle Riding
Taiwanese manufacturer Jarvish will debut two new helmets in the coming year, both of which have the...
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How Nanotech Will Help Us Explore Other Planets
Nanotechnology is the up-and-coming tech that will enable true space exploration.
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MAKERphone Develops a DIY Phone for Makers
New phone teaches users about programming and electronics.
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A New Ion-Thruster Concept Could Make Space Habitable for Satellites Again
A new space-junk eliminating satellite could clean up space junk orbiting our planet by simply explo...
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Spray-on Antennas, Robot Swarms and Flying Cars - TWIE 29
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ISS-Bound Soyuz Rocket Fails, Astronauts Aboard are OK
A rocket bound for the ISS failed during launch today, but fail-safe technologies engineered into th...
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Bipedal Robot Masters Balancing Like a Human
Engineers at UT Austin demonstrate new approach to human-like balance in bipedal robots.
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AI Helps Gliders Soar Like Eagles
Researchers at Salk Institute and the University of California, San Diego, are training gliders to s...
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Liquid Metal Nano-Filter Cleans Water 100 Times Faster Than Existing Solutions
20,000 stacked nano-sheets allow water to pass through while absorbing contaminants.
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A 3D-Printed Skull, Florence’s Toxic Waste Fallout & How to Fix Simulation - TWIE 28
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New Material Could Provide for Future Smooth Travels
Scientists have developed a 3D-printed material that could revolutionize the way automotive, airplan...
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Tiny Satellites Could Improve Climate and Weather Tracking
Satellite no bigger than a shoebox uses experimental miniaturized instruments to see into storms.
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Flying Cars Could Provide Deliveries to Underserved Communities
An enterprising company is looking to solve the problem of low accessibility with an unorthodox solu...
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3Dsimo Releases a Multitool for Makers
Group is taking pre-orders for a revised 3D printing pen that also acts as foam cutter, burning tool...
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An Engineering Podcast for Everyone
Dean of Georgia Tech's College of Engineering discusses new podcast showcasing innovative engineers.
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Enabling Precision Medicine with Reconfigurable, Small Batch Biopharmaceutical Production
Chemical engineering researchers developed system to quickly produce protein drugs.
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A.I. in Healthcare, Robotic Skin and a Real-Life Example of Industry 4.0 - TWIE 27
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Varram, a Smart Robot for Your Pets
Robot is developed to keep pets active and entertained while the user is away.
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