Entries for March 2017

Quadruped Robot Spontaneously Transitions from Walking to Trotting to Galloping
Robot changes gait in response to changes in speed.
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Tree-on-a-Chip Generates Passive Hydraulic Power
Microfluidic device could be used to power small robots.
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New Material Could Power Wearables with Body Heat
Inexpensive, non-toxic material generates electricity through heating and cooling
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Worm-Inspired Hydrogel Changes Shape in Response to its Environment
Material expands and contracts based on changing pH levels and ion concentrations.
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New Study Shines Light on Darknet’s Digital Defenses
Unique topology shields dark web denizens from cyber attacks.
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Soshee the Robot Dog Reacts to Social Media
Jason Buzi is crowdfunding a tiny robotic Hungarian Puli that will bark, move, and wag its tail to a...
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Introducing DroneClash – The World’s First Drone Demolition Derby
Delft University of Technology organizes anti-drone race.
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Making Super-Hard Windows from Nanoceramics
Researchers synthesize transparent silicon nitride.
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Ghostly Wraiths Inspect James Webb Space Telescope
New image shows lights out inspection at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
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Boaty McBoatface Readied for Orkney Passage Mission
The National Oceanography Centre is sending its fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles to the Orkne...
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Hacking Sensors with Sound Waves
Sonic cyber attacks reveal security holes in MEMS accelerometers.
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Canadian Engineers Devise New Way to Assess Winter Driving Conditions
Risk-based approach aims to improve current road classification system.
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Restoring Sight with a Nanowire Implant
High-resolution retinal prosthesis brings us one step closer to re-establishing neurons’ ability to ...
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Two-Way Transceiver on a Single Chip Could Change Wireless Communication
Cornell engineers devise new method for separating wireless signals.
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Robot Arm Wants to Revolutionize Society
Haddington Dynamics has a new five axis robotic arm that wants to start a new robotic revolution.
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Who was the First Engineer?
From Archimedes to al-Jazari, who deserves the title of World's First Engineer?
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Bubble-Recoil Can Cool High-Power Microchips in Space
Recoil force from bubbles could keep powerful microchips running in zero-gravity environments
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IBM Patents Drones to Detect MRSA Contamination
A new patent that imagines drones buzzing around a hospital, finding sources of infection, and learn...
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Graphene Turns Decades-Old Space Energy Technology into Ultra-Efficient Thermionic Generator
Stanford researchers add graphene to a satellite-powering technology from the 1950s to create an eff...
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Silicon Nanosheets Offer An Alternative to Graphene
Polymer-coated nanocomposite material has exceptional optoelectronic properties.
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