Entries for November 2015

Improved Monolayer Semiconductors Could Lead to Flexible, Transparent LED Displays
A quick dip in a super acid could improve future flexible semiconductors.
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Heavy Metal Robot Band is Building a Lead Singer
Compressorhead, the German heavy metal band comprised of robots, is running a Kickstarter campaign t...
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Self-Rowing Bot Could Aid Environmental Clean-up
Autonomous swimming robot uses a microbial fuel cell “stomach” to generate its power.
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IoT is Connecting Things on an International Scale
Internet-of-Things parking lots will be rolling out across two countries in early 2016.
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A Happy Vat-Grown Thanksgiving!
In vitro meat could make turkey farms obsolete.
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Ooho, the Edible Water Bottle
Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez presents his idea to eliminate plastic water bottles.
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Handheld X-Rays May Be Available in Three Years…or Never
New theoretical model of X-rays generated on a graphene sheet may lead to smaller, cheaper testing e...
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Volta Solar Teaches STEM Concepts With Solar Glider
ToyLabs is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund their solar powered airplane science kit.
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Spectral Satellite Tracks Crop Health from Orbit
ESA’s FLEX mission aims to detect when agricultural vegetation is under stress.
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SENEKA - The Robot Sensor Network for Disaster Management
Christian Frey shows off his collection of robots that all work together to shorten the window betwe...
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Artificial Photosynthesis is Closer Than You Think
Underwater photovoltaic cells turn greenhouse gases into “solar fuel”.
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Wireless Power from Wi-Fi Routers
PoWi-Fi modifies routers to power devices continuously.
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Dutch Architects Build Office Space Using Robotic Fabrication
Studio RAP says that they've completed the first robotic construction project in the Netherlands.
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Will the “Chemical Laptop” Find Extraterrestrial Life?
Portable laboratory analyzes samples for the amino acid building blocks of life.
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Exploring Virtual Reality with Drones
Users can access information by interacting with self-levitating blocks.
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Edinburgh Scientists Move Light Powered Data Transmission Forward
Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh explains the new developments in his lifi technology, t...
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Microscopic Machines use Molecular Motors to Swim
Nanosubmersible is powered by ultraviolet light.
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System Reduces Bandwidth in Image Processing by 98.5 Percent
High frequency noise streamlines server-based image processing.
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“Confinement-Induced Toughening” May Mean Stronger Materials for Aerospace
Engineers test increased toughness in polystyrene-infused nanocomposites.
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Lamprey Eels Inspire Suction-Based Underwater Propulsion
Swimming style of lamprey eels and jellyfish may pave the way for more efficient underwater vehicles...
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