Robots Learn Swarm Behaviors, Aim to Escape the Lab
BRL is using embedded processing to allow new behaviors without external infrastructure.
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Ethics in Engineering and The Rise of Deepfakes
Do Engineers Think About Technology Equally as Both Tools and as Weapons?
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A Peek Inside the Black Box—Which Has Probably Saved Your Life
In truth, it was never black, and is actually two devices that record invaluable flight data.
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Engineers Use 3D Printing to Turn 2D Materials into Electrodes
MXene is converted into printable ink that conducts electricity when it dries.
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Chinese Private-Sector Company Launches a History-Making Rocket
iSpace is the first Chinese company to successfully launch a vehicle into orbit.
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Mars 2020 Rover Begins Nuclear Fueling Operations
NASA is moving forward with its next rover mission to Mars by adding nuclear fuel to platform.
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Digital Twins Help Determine Proper Medication
Linköping University uses digital twin to determine the best medications for patients.
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An Artificial Sun Burns in Wisconsin
An artificial sun answers questions about the solar wind that swirls around our solar system.
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IoT-Enabled Flexible Sensors Can Be Applied Like a Temporary Tattoo
Engineers use nano ink and hydrogel to create transfer-printed electrodes.
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New AI Model Could Predict Dangerous Storms Sooner and More Accurately
New model predicts severe weather based on satellite imagery of cloud rotation.
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New Device Could Detect Sepsis in Minutes, Not Hours
Microfluidics-based technology could help speed up treatment and save lives.
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Do Human-Compatible Soft Robots Have Good Taste?
Novel gripper technology allows completion of pick-and-place operations with chemical sensing.
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Army Researchers Hack 3D Printer to Build Ceramic Body Armor
Joshua Pelz hacks a 3D printer to build composite ceramic armor.
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NASA Awards Contract for 3D Printing in Orbit
The technology could make it easier to reach the Moon and Mars.
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Lunar Soil Will Be Critical for Moon Bases
A new study suggests, lunar soil will be a critical energy storage material for long-term explorers.
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Breakthrough Listen Adds a New Tool to Its ET-Seeking Arsenal
The search for extraterrestrial life gets a new tool, widening the scope of our lonely search.
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How Will Autonomous Pods Move? Here’s One Answer
Can Protean corner the $1-trillion market for autonomous mobility?
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NASA Marks Moon Landing 50th with New Panoramas
NASA’s celebration of the Apollo Moon Landing 50th is in full swing, new panoramas prove it.
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Engine Failure on Delta Flight Caught on Film
Old MD-88 passenger jets can be prone to engine problems.
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The Future of NASA’s Space Telescopes
Our understanding of the cosmos is set to shift thanks to many new space telescopes.
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