Boston Dynamics Is Bringing Its Legged Robots to Hospitals
The robotics company is shifting its focus to solutions to combat COVID-19.
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This Week in Engineering: Ford’s Major Investments in EV Production, Wind Turbines for the Home, and Testing Propulsion for Travel Through Space
This Week in Engineering, engineering.com provides insights on major industry events and trends.
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China Announces Commitment to Achieving Carbon Neutrality by 2060
China will be pursuing rigorous policies to meet its 2060 target.
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New York’s New Climate Clock Now Counts Down to Global Deadline
The clock reveals the years, days, hours, minutes and seconds until Climate Doomsday.
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Custom Manufacturing Platform is Reinventing the Maker Community
With the rise of on-demand manufacturing platforms, Americans have found a new interest—making.
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Historic American Landmark Reinvented as 21st Century Autonomous Ship
Four hundred years after its historic voyage, the Mayflower will cross the Atlantic again.
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Caltech Unveils Bigger, Autonomous Multirotor Drone Prototype
Caltech and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab developed a folded drone for exploration on Earth and Mars.
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Facebook Achieves New Milestones with Open-Source Embodied AI Navigation Systems
Facebook’s new embodied AI systems will allow for more accurate data of 3D environments.
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This Week in Engineering: Wirelessly Charging EV’s, Biomimetic Batteries in Robots and Tech Savvy Businesses That Are Thriving During Pandemic
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European Electric Car Market Passes China’s For First Time in Five Years
Since 2015, China has been leading the electric car market - until now.
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SkyDrive Aiming for Flying Taxi Services in 2023
Japan-based SkyDrive’s prototype flying vehicle, SD-03, completes successful piloted test flight.
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Swallowable Balloon Helps Identify Esophageal Cancer Without Endoscopy
The cell collection device is used to detect precancerous Barrett’s esophagus.
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Did China Just Launch Its Own Reusable Spacecraft?
A mysterious reusable spacecraft went into orbit, dropped something off, and then returned.
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Quiz: What Do You Know About COVID-19?
Take our 1 minute quiz about COVID-19
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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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