Airbus vs. Boeing: Rock-Em, Sock-Em’s Next Round
The worldwide grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX has significantly altered the planemakers’ rivalry.
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A 120-Year-Old Porsche Could Inspire The Future of Electric Vehicles
In-wheel electric motors offer a promising alternative to conventional engines.
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Fastest Subsonic Transatlantic Flight Just Happened with a 747
Storm winds of 260 mph helped greatly
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Urban Air Mobility Takes the Stage at CES 2020
Hyundai and Bell showcase flying taxis and visions for urban transport.
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The Era of Satellite Constellations Has Arrived
More people will have access to high-speed internet than ever before—but there are tradeoffs.
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Bio-Bricks Hint at a Greener, Self-Healing Future for AEC
Colorado bio-bricks may give rise to a new generation of green, growing building materials.
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This Study Explores the Health Risks of VR
Researchers observed muscle strain in the neck and shoulders caused by prolonged use of VR.
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Sea Stars’ Sensory Motion Provides a Potential Game Changer for Robotics
A USC Viterbi School of Engineering study on sea star movement could take robotics to new levels.
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New 3D Printing Methods Make Progress Toward Additive Glass Clear
A new method for 3D printing glass might be the first for printing the transparent material.
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New Device Enables Two-Way Electric Vehicle Charging
Technology could charge vehicles, improve household power supply, and reduce strain on the grid.
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The Rising Cost of Jet Fighters Accelerates Autonomous Jet Development
Expensive jets like the F-35 are accelerating the development of cheaper autonomous aircraft.
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Critical Resources for Renewable Energy – Part 1
Which resources are required to build today's renewable power generation technologies?
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Make: Community and Engineering.com Announce Partnership for a New Collaborative Project Platform
Make: and Engineering.com are coming together to launch Make:Projects
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Photo Contest Winners Capture the Beauty of Engineering
The Cambridge Department of Engineering has announced winners of its annual photo contest.
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Tiny Nuclear Reactor Could Be the Future of Nuclear Energy
Innovative new prototype is 1/100th the size of a conventional reactor.
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The Significance of the Concentration Factor in Concentrated Solar Power
With more concentrated sunlight, many types of solar power generation systems are more effective.
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Composite Enhancing Nano-Barrier Could Change Spacecraft Construction
Researchers has developed a nano-barrier for composites that enhances their integrity.
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Boeing CEO Resigns and 737 MAX Production Halts as Crisis Deepens
The FAA won’t commit to a deadline for returning the plane to service.
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New Plastic Wrap Repels Bacteria
Researchers have developed a flexible, self-cleaning plastic that repels bacteria.
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Challenges of Making Solar Energy Economical
An overview of today’s solar technology.
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