Entries for July 2017

Nanomesh Enables Wearable Sensors for Long-Term Health Monitoring
Breathable elastic electrodes worn continuously for a week without discomfort.
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Optimizing Hydrogen-Powered Passenger Ferries
SF-BREEZE study shows liquid hydrogen fuel cells feasible for urban ferries.
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Hyperloop One Completes Successful Full Systems Test
Company unveils first prototype of Hyperloop One Pod.
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Research Shows a Single Nuclear Strike Could Cause Devastating Climate Change
New calculations reveal global consequences of even limited nuclear strikes.
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Energy-Recycling Steps Make Stair Climbing Easier
Spring-loaded stairs store energy on descent and release it on ascent.
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Here’s Why Net Neutrality Matters to Engineering
How an unfree Internet would stagnate the growth of engineering knowledge.
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Mysterious Collision at Sea—How Did This Happen?
Survivors of seven deceased US Navy sailors await answers from tragedy.
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How to Build a Metal Nanoparticle
Chemical engineering researchers explain how metal nanoparticles form.
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UMich Researchers Publish Study On Flying Cars
Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle from the Unversity of Michigan published the results of their su...
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INFOGRAPHIC – The Future of Driving
Exploring the pros and cons of self-driving vehicles.
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RIT Alumni Launch Token, "One Ring to Access Everything"
Token can replace credit cards, passwords, and a transit card for any user.
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EduExo Offers Robotic Exoskeleton Kit for Makers and Educators
EduExo is offering an exoskeleton kit that teaches users about robotics, anatomy, control systems an...
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Autonomous Border Patrol System Could Deploy Drones on its Own
Border-surveillance system leverages AI to collect, assess and act on data in real time.
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What Can We Do to Get Flying Cars?
Anna Mracek Dietrich from Terrafugia talks about the design and development process for her company'...
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Battery-Free Cellphone Harvests Ambient Power
Prototype phone has a power budget of 3.5 microwatts.
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NASA’s Asteroid Defense Mission Enters Next Phase
Will a NASA mission prove that our planet can be saved from asteroids impacts?
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Near-Zero-Power Temperature Sensor Runs on Only 113 Picowatts
New sensor could reduce power consumption for wearables and smart devices.
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World’s Longest Running Synchrotron Light Experiment Reaches 1,000th Day
Researchers investigate long-term behavior of nuclear waste cement.
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The Secret Ingredient in Ancient Roman Concrete is Seawater
Seawater filtering through ancient marine concrete promotes growth of interlocking minerals for adde...
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Boeing and DARPA to Partner on Spaceplane
DARPA selects Boeing to complete its ambitious plan for a reusable spaceplane.
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