Schools Are Using a Facial Recognition Scanner That Detects Face Masks
GoSafe can detect fevers and deny entry when necessary.
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This Week In Engineering: Novel Car Designs, and Perception Differences Between Engineers and Company Execs
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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This Rapid Diagnostic Test Can Be Conducted at Home and Sends Your Results Via Text
The test aims to be available to consumers by mid-2021.
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The First Electric Boat Racing Championship Will Feature a Futuristic Boat Design
The UIM E1 World Electric Powerboat Series is set to take place worldwide in 2022.
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Technological Advancements Accelerate Vendée Globe’s Racing Sailboats
Sailboats for racing are now lighter and faster thanks to modern upgrades.
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Cheap Electric Vehicle Shock: Expensive Batteries
Consumers switch to EVs to save money thwarted but replacement batteries cost
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Cleveland Clinic Announces Breakthrough Medical Devices for 2021
Researchers recognize coming medical devices that will enhance health care over the next year.
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Hope for the 737 MAX, but Storm Clouds Continue to Gather for Boeing
The troubled plane could return to service by the end of the year.
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Experience Life on the International Space Station Through Virtual Reality
Space Explorers documents the life of ISS astronauts through a 360-degree camera.
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This Week in Engineering: Low-Code Meets PLM and a Leap Forward in Metrology for Large-Scale Manufacturing
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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Wankel 2.0. The Return of the Rotary Engine.
Nikolay Shkolnik and son Alexander turn the Wankel engine inside out.
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Self-Stabilizing Robot Car Always Lands on Its Wheels
The West Point robotics team has developed a throwable car that always lands on its four wheels.
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Teen Has Sights Set on Being First Human on Mars
Alyssa Carson, 19, has been training to be an astronaut to be part of the first Mars mission.
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Explained: The Lack of Technology in America's Elections
Paper ballots, voting machines and ballot marking devices... a look at the tech that elects.
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Los Angeles Fire Department Purchases First Robotic Firefighting Vehicle
The Thermite RS3 will function as support and extension during firefighting missions.
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The Technology Behind the U.S. Presidential Campaign—Good and Bad
AI, misinformation, foreign actors … what could go wrong?
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Hyundai and Autodesk Collaborate on Concept Design for Innovative Walking Vehicle
Hyundai is envisioning a new automotive solution with a unique concept.
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This Week in Engineering: Cutting Edge Trends in Automotive
Explore the latest innovations in engineering from academia, government and industry.
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Waymo Rolls Out Driverless Taxis in Phoenix
Waymo's autonomous vehicle taxi service is now available to the general public in Phoenix.
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The Ubiquitous Smartphone Gets a New Job: Eyes for Robots
Researchers leverage smartphone tech to advance robotics.
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