TWIE 14: Drones, Phones and Nano-Homes
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Public Lab Develops Community Microscope Kit
Public Lab is crowdfunding its community microscope, dedicated to low-cost and simple data collectio...
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Machine Learning Could Help Scientists Predict and Control Seismic Activities
A new study has proven the effectiveness of listening algorithms in evaluating earthquake patterns o...
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This Robot Boxer Uses Strong Servos as Its Secret Weapon
Super Anthony hopes that fifteen separate servos and heavy torque will help it to rise to the top of...
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Wireless Robotic Fly Takes Flight
Laser-powered insect-sized drone operates without need of a tether.
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Miniature Rover to Search for Water on the Moon
Machine would harvest ice to create fuel for lunar development and colonization.
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The World's First Robotic Ceramic Workshop Is Named The Bottery
Professors from Berkeley and San Jose University have teamed up to develop 3D printers for clay and ...
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Driverless Boats Could Help Solve Traffic Problems of Major Cities
A new project has created autonomous watercraft that are cheaper to make, safer to operate, and more...
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Nanyang Roboticists Teach Robots to Assemble IKEA Chair
Engineers at Nanyang Technological University developed an algorithm for robots to assemble IKEA cha...
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TWIE 13: Hyperloop, Supersonic Jets, and Robotic Bees
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Nanofactory Builds the World's Smallest House
New microrobotics system that pushes forward the frontiers of optical nanotechnologies.
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Scientists Create “Green” Concrete
Graphene-based material could revolutionize the construction industry.
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PIE is a Smart Tape Measure for Your Body
Tape measure takes your body size data, tracks it to give a picture of overall health.
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NASA Studying Self-Assembling Space Telescope
Individual components would launch separately and combine in orbit.
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Hyperloop for Cargo Aims to Revolutionize Delivery Systems
Freight would be transported at over 600 mph.
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TWIE 12: Building Bridges!
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Uber Unveils Its Flying Car Prototype
Drone-like vehicle is an electric VTOL taxi.
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Why Should Engineers Build Useless Things?
Simone Giertz tells us why we should invent stupid things, and how her machines helped with her perf...
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Fret Zealot Teaches Users to Play the Bass Guitar
Fret Zealot is back with a new system of teaching guitar, this time with a focus on the bass.
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The Future of Sports: A New Wearable Designed to Measure Human Movement
Researchers and engineers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison have designed a wearable device t...
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