Entries for October 2014

Dexmo - Exoskeleton for VR control, remote manipulation
Dexta Robotics is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund their VR manipulation system.
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3 Questions: Richard Binzel on NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission
Richard Binzel, prof of Planetary Sciences, talks NASA's asteroid retrieval mission.
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A Low-Friction Passive Fluid Transmission and Fluid-Tendon Soft Actuator
Disney researchers make robot-human interactions safer with a new fluid based drive system.
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Could Gliders Boost Rockets Into Orbit and Beyond?
Could future generations of NASA rockets be launched from hi-altitude, autonomous gliders?
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'Nanomotor Lithography' Answers Call For Affordable, Simpler Device Manufacturing
Engineers have invented a spherical, silica nanobot that focuses light like a near-field lens to bui...
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Do Parallel Worlds Interact with One Another?
Researchers in Australia are challenging quantum mechanics foundation with a theory involving intera...
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Running Robots? Well, that's just for the Birds!

With an eye toward making better running robots, researchers have made surprising new findings about... More >>
Composite Medical Implants Speed Recovery
A new material demonstrates the utility of composites
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Solving the Weather with Supercomputing
The UK’s Met Office invests in the world’s 4th fastest supercomputer in an effort to pro...
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Supersonic Laser-Propelled Rockets
A new laser propulsion method may power rockets, launch satellites & enable future aircraft to e...
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Can VR Reshape Robotic Engineering?
VIDEO: Could virtual reality help researchers understand what their robots are "thinking"?
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New Solar Material Converts 90% of Captured Light into Heat
To make solar economically competitive it has to be more efficient. Could a new material that traps ...
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DARPA Circuit Breaks World Speed Record
DARPA’s newest chipset smashes the world record for speed, opening up new applications for hig...
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Orbital Sciences' Antares Rocket Explodes Seconds after Launch
Catastrophic  Failure of Antares  Rocket
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NASA Team Proposes to Use Laser to Track Orbital Debris
Space debris is a growing problem, but before it's solved we're gonna have to track the stuff. Could...
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Can Smaller Tails Mean Greener Planes?
CalTech engineers may be able to make planes more fuel efficient by simply reducing the size of thei...
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Chemical GPS Outpreforms Satellite Navigation System
A collaboration of scientists from around the world have developed a chemical GPS that'll outperform...
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Rosetta Sniffs Out Comet's Odor
The ESA's Rosetta spacecraft has detected the odor of comet 67P/C-G. It's not a pretty smell.
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SEC Charges Engineering Company, Layne Christensen for African Bribes
Probe Dropped After Firm Pays $5.1M Fine
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Getting the Salt Out of Fracked Wells
An MIT study shows how electrodialysis can provide cost-effective treatment of salty water from frac...
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