Entries for January 2015

Nanofibers Nature’s Way
Natural methods may improve synthetic production.
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Maryland robotics lab builds armies of tiny robots

Sarah Bergbreiter builds tiny robots. In her TED Talk Why I make robots the size of a grain of rice ... More >>
Stanford scientists use ocean waves to monitor offshore oil and gas fields
New technique exploits naturally occurring seismic waves to probe seafloor at less expense, and with...
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Brain-machine interfaces - a moonshot project
USC scientists develop methods to control movement based on brain activity.
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Bio-Inspired Propulsion May Move a New Generation of Naval Drones
Navy engineers are taking a few cues from water-bound brethren, designing a propulsion system based ...
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Improvements in Transistors will Make Flexible Computers a Reality
Recent improvements in the way transistors are manufactured could bring flexible computers to market...
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Saliva Test Kit Simplifies Infectious Disease Diagnosis
Could a new device that detects diseases from sample of saliva dramatically reduce levels of infecti...
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Quasi-Quantum Computer Proves Space is Uniform
So, if a quantum computer is so different from a regular machine, what kinda problems can it solve? ...
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New Telescope Design Removes Lenses and Increases Resolution
A new lensless telescope design could make deep field observations 1000x sharper and slash launch co...
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New Nanoscale Mirrors Make Data Tranfers More Secure
New nanoscale mirrors look to be a key in securing data transfers and maybe quantum computer memory.
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Safer Li-Ion Batteries using Kevlar membranes
New Kevlar membrane could save lives, prevent airline disasters, reduce battery size and increase fi...
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How Tight Lipped are Inventors with IP?
Did the AIPA help or hinder small inventors? Did it reduce patent quality?
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Next Generation Natural Gas Fuel Cells
University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge partner for on-site generation.
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Engineering Discovery Brings Invisibility Closer to Reality
Advances in metamaterials are happening at an unprecedented rate. Now researchers say they're gettin...
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Kevlar Coating Makes Lithium Batteries Safer, Slimmer
A new Kevlar coating promises slimmer and safer batteries. Could the same coating prevent Dreamliner...
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A New Pathway to Valleytronics
Quantum computing has a number of hurdles to overcome before its mature, but a trending tech, Valley...
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Graphine Becomes More Attractive with Magnetism
Researchers have developed a way to imbue graphene with the pull of magnetism. Electronics of all ki...
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Can Helicopter Drones Revolutionize Off-World Exploration
Could small, quad-copter like drones revolutionize the way we explore and do science on other planet...
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Quantum Breakthrough Makes Computers Faster, More Secure
A new device that helps entangle quantum particles of light is a major breakthrough for faster, more...
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New Metamaterial Bends Acoustic & Elastic Waves
A new metamaterial bends both acoustic and elastic waves cloaking an object in its surroundings. Wil...
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