Entries for October 2018

Amoeba-like Robot Moves Using 32 Legs
Part of the fun working in robotics research comes from seeing just how far you can push a concept.
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Polish Software Engineer Makes Music from Recycled Components
Pawel Zadrozniak is a Polish electronics enthusiast with an unusual instrument.
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3D Printing: An Answer for Cardiovascular Disease?
A 3D bioprinting technique could potentially provide the ability to create artificial blood vessels ...
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Top 10 Engineering Moments of The Simpsons
We recap the best work of Homer, Martin Prince, Professor Frink, and more.
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Radical Toothbrush Design Can Brush All of Your Teeth At Once
Sonic toothbrush with new head shape can brush a full mouth full of teeth in thirty seconds.
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Computerized Temporary Tattoos Could Transform Wearable Electronics
Stretchable, resilient and inexpensive circuits are made with an inkjet printer.
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Piper Releases Accessories to Teach Making and Programming
Piper has three new modules released to enhance its Raspberry Pi computing kit.
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A Portable Desktop Scanner for Makers and Educators
Matter and Form’s V2 3D scanner offers a simple way to digitize physical objects.
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Smart Home Sensor Sees Through Walls
By using 3D imaging instead of motion-sensing cameras, the Walabot can detect motion through obstacl...
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Can China’s Navy Match the U.S. Fleet?
China’s Navy investment and missile capabilities are reshaping how the US Navy operates in the Asia-...
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TWIE 31: AR Helmet, Bad News for SpaceX and Wiring Video Game
This Week in Engineering is our science and technology news show.
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Twisted Light Beams Could Make Internet 100 Times Faster
Groundbreaking new technology harnesses twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster...
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Assistive Technology Lets 3D-Printed Parts Communicate Wirelessly
University of Washington researchers develop device that tracks how 3D-printed objects are used with...
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Could a Shrimp Improve the Vision of Self-Driving Cars?
Vision system based on a crustacean’s eyes could boost the ability of autonomous vehicles to spot ha...
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Fingertip Microscope Attaches to Phone, Achieves 800x
Company has developed microscope the size of your fingertip, built for smartphones, and running up t...
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A Startup May Have Just Built the Next Generation of LIDAR for Self-Driving Cars
Founded only last year, Aeva claims its invention does a better job of scanning the environment than...
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Self-Healing Polymer Grows, Strengthens and Fixes Itself
Material reacts with carbon dioxide from the air to repair itself and get stronger.
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TWIE 30: The Soyuz Rocket Failure, Bio-Inspired Cement and a DIY Phone
This Week in Engineering is our science and tech news show.
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LapPi Is a Laptop Built Around Raspberri Pi
SB Components has moved from creating Pi cases to Pi laptops.
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Novel Algorithm Locates Soldiers or Robots When GPS is Not Available
Capable of locating agents in physically complex, unknown and infrastructure-poor environments.
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