Entries for March 2014

The South Pole Telescope & The Birth of the Universe
The South Pole Telescope & The Birth of the Universe
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Robotic Evolution: A Soft Robotic Fish Gives Rise to More Natural Motion

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have created a f... More >>
Autodesk, Siemens and the Obama Administration Work to Innovate Manufacturing
New “Digital Lab for Manufacturing” looks to invigorate US production.
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Are shrimp the secret to sustainable plastics?
New research shows promise for chitin-based polymers
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Robot Razor Clams Make Better Anchors
Robot Razor Clams Make Better Anchors
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Harvard students develop patch for chemotherapy delivery
A low cost, disposable method to deliver early stage chemotherapy drugs was invented in 2013 by four...
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A Printable 50-cent Paper Microscope

A Stanford University student’s origami-based paper microscope could be the key to diagnosing ... More >>
US Navy is Set Deploy its First Laser Weapon
The USS Ponce is set to be the first vessel in the US Navy’s fleet to feature a laser weapon.
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Sierra Leone teen builds radio station from recycled parts
Before age 15, Kelvin Doe was a visiting practitioner at MIT and lectured at Harvard.
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ESA's Sentinel 1 - A Low Orbit Environmental Monitor

Sentinel-1 is a C-band imaging radar mission meant to provide an all-weather day-and-night supply of... More >>
Is Facebook Buying UAVs? Maybe. Here’s Why.
Is Facebook set to purchase a UAV manufacturer? If so, why would the social network be interested in...
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NASA's Project Morpheus completes Free Flight 8
NASA is testing its planetary lander at the Kennedy Space Center.
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MIT Researchers Pitch a Galactic Gas Station
Could an interspace gas station be the key to deep space missions and space flight proliferation?
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DARPA’s Multi-Role UAV
A new modular, aerial vehicle could be the answer to DARPA’s request for a multipurpose forwar...
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Microalgae Lamp Can Absorb One Ton of Carbon Per Year
Pierre Calleja shows off his oxygen producing, carbon dioxide eating lamps.
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Walmart’s Futuristic Fleet
A new tractor-trailer design could save millions in fuel costs and make the road a much more futuris...
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The SnapRays Kickstarter replaces night lights
The SnapRays Guidelight system combines a switch plate, a night light and a sensor to control when t...
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Boeing’s Black Phone Can Self Destruct
A new super-secure smartphone will protect top government and military communications. 
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Top 10 Songs for Engineers
Rock out and learn some STEM.
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Is Wood the Future of Materials?
New manufacturing methods are keeping timber competitive.
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