Entries for January 2019

Can We Redesign the Universal Joint?
CCTY Bearing has redesigned the standard universal joint with a system using only three moving parts...
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A Review of Some of the U.S. Navy’s Space Assets
The U.S. Navy is known for projecting power across the Earth’s seven seas, but to do that, it requir...
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Blue Origin Launched—and Landed—First New Shepard Flight of 2019
The mission flew eight NASA-sponsored research payloads into space—and helped prepare for crewed spa...
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ProtoSwitch Board Offers Built-In Project Documentation
Dualog's Innovation Garage developed a prototype board that gives header information.
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How Do You Count Every Solar Panel in the U.S.? Machine Learning and a Billion Satellite Images
Stanford’s DeepSolar project uses an algorithm to examine satellite images and identify solar instal...
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Fidget Spinners Could Change Blood Testing in Healthcare
Rather than an expensive centrifuge, fidget spinners could enable affordable blood testing in the de...
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Mobile Car Wash Cleans Without Water
Singapore engineer develops a waterless carwash system and service.
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New AI Computer Visual System Is Capable of Human-Like Identification
Researchers from UCLA and Stanford have demonstrated a new computer system that can successfully vis...
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Constellation Satellites to Begin Remapping Earth
Satellogic partners with China Great Wall Industry Corporation to launch 90 satellites, creating a c...
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Surefly Wants to Be Your Personal Helicopter
This pilot-driven drone has eight propellers and a $200,000 price tag.
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NAIAS: The Coolest Cars in Detroit
A look at concepts, EVs, and hybrids from the North American International Auto Show.
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Could Drones Be Used to Deliver Transplant Organs?
Doctor believes that drones could make organ transport faster, cheaper and more reliable—and cut dow...
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CERN to Look for New Physics, Dark Matter with New 100km Super Collider
Plans for a more powerful supercollider to replace the LHC are under consideration at CERN.
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Cash For Causes Brings STEM Minds Together
Cash For Causes (C4C) is a weekly challenge, where participants complete STEM-focused activities for...
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Concussion Monitoring in the Palm of Your Hand
New smartphone app easily and accurately monitors signs of concussion.
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Virtual Machine Learning Technique Could Help Robots Perform Better
Robotic dog learns how to run faster and better avoid getting knocked over.
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Arduino Pilot Remote Control Has Range Up to 1500 Meters
Schindler Technologies developed a remote control that can achieve range to 1500 meters using NRF+ m...
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ORNL Streamlines Nuclear Fuel Enrichment for Space Exploration
A new streamlined process for producing Pu-238 might ensure that NASA space craft never run into a f...
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Ultrasound Breakthrough Allows Researchers to Listen to Cells in Action
A breakthrough in ultrasonic detection might make cancer and disease screening more accurate than ev...
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Finding Electricity Producing Bacteria Just Got Easier
A new method for sorting bacteria with electrical properties might make the organism more useful for...
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