Entries for December 2016

The Future of Drone Design
New system of computational multicopter design allows for custom, purpose-built drones.
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Playing Video Games with Direct Brain Stimulation
Researchers use transcranial magnetic stimulation to guide players through a hidden maze.
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Using Spinach to Detect Explosives
Carbon nanotubes in plant leaves can detect explosive chemical compounds in groundwater.
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Foldscope - Origami Paper Microscope
A team of Stanford engineers has developed a microscope that can be built using only a dollar's wort...
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Wicked Smart Race Car Set Signals the Next Generation of Smart Toys
Toy race cars that can sense the track and fire on each other are just the beginning.
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Nikola Debuts Electric Powered Tractor Trailer
Nikola Motor Company zero-emission truck makes real-world debut. When will it hit the road?
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Propelling the Cars of Tomorrow with Fossils from the Past
How UC Riverside are developing more efficient Lithium ion batteries with algae fossils.
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Transboard Wants to Evolve Electric Scooters
New electric scooter takes aim at safety, stability and speed.
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Using Drones to Fight Wildfires
Project First Responders reveals the engineering behind autonomous firefighting drones.
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VTOL UAV Passes Critical DARPA, UX Navy Test
Northrop Grumman’s VTOL UAV passes critical tests on it's way to its first live flight.
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Volvo Introduces the World’s Longest Bus
Volvo introduces the world’s largest bus chassis.
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Understanding How Materials Deform Through Ripplocation
Drexel University discovers evidence of atomic-level rippling when materials deform.
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