Geothermal Energy Is a Strong Contender for the Future of Energy
Researchers at Georgia Tech College of Engineering hope to gain insight into harnessing geothermal e...
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NASA Unveils Name of Its Experimental “Quiet” Supersonic Jet: X-59 QueSST
Test plane is designed to minimize sonic boom—and help open up faster-than-sound air travel over lan...
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Printing Electronics Like Newspapers
New manufacturing process similar to newspaper printing forms flexible metals for ultrafast electron...
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Here's a 3D Printed Large Format Camera Kit You Can Build
Standard Cameras has high tech camera kit using 3D printed parts, with an old-timey feel.
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The Curious World of Machine Learning: OpenAI’s DOTA 2 Bot
A few months of programming can beat a lifetime of experience.
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Computers Use Machine Learning to Detect Radiation Damage Better Than Humans Do
Machines that detect microscopic radiation damage quickly could help improve potential nuclear react...
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Researchers Harness Nature to Create New “Plastic” for Food Packaging
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers develop plastic film for preserving food made out of chi...
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Blind Robots, 3D Printed Structures and Single-Atom Data Storage - TWIE 20
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Introducing a Mammoth 3D Printing Project
Largest SLA project ever will see Materialise print full-scale, scientifically accurate reconstructi...
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DARPA Developing Micro-robotics for High-Risk Environments
Project SHRIMP hopes to move the technology of microrobotics to the next level.
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Research On Silica Particle Formation in Microgravity Could Lead to New Tire Rubber Products
Goodyear's research project on the ISS will examine effects of microgravity on silica particle forma...
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‘Space Tugs’ Could Refuel Satellites and Spacecraft in Orbit
Innovative new startup has a vision to build gas stations in orbit to refuel spacecraft and satellit...
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Graphene-based Solid Lubricant as a Replacement for Oil
Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Argonne National Laboratory have recently r...
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Planet Continues to Build Visual Database of Earth
Will Marshall talks about his microsatellites and the data they've collected in the last four years.
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Using Gold Stars to Improve Solar Energy Storage
Study shows it could be possible to use sunlight, water and nanoengineering to boost renewable energ...
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How to Fly a Drone with Your Body, Not a Joystick
Innovative system for controlling a drone through torso movement offers immersive and intuitive flig...
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CortexProg Can Debug and Reverse Engineer Cortex-M Projects
Dmitry Grinberg has developed an inexpensive tool for debugging and reprogramming Cortex-M projects.
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Climate Engineering, Robot Vision and Why Engineers Should Train in Machining - TWIE Shortcuts
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Single Atoms May Solve Potential Shortage of Data Storage Capacity
Scientists have stress tested a single-atom magnet that could lead to massive increases in storage.
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“Blind” Robot Can Climb Stairs and Traverse Rough Terrain
MIT robot navigates without relying on cameras or any external environmental sensors.
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