Entries for November 2018

Cleansebot Uses UV Light to Destroy Bacteria
Robot developed by Ventur Studio rides along bed surfaces and can also clean in handheld mode.
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Methane Fuel Cell Runs at Temperatures Cooler than a Car Engine
New type of methane fuel cell runs on cheap fuel at temperatures comparable to automobile engines.
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Robot Laborer Could Do the Risky and Tiring Work of Human Laborers
Humanoid-shaped robot can already take on simple construction jobs.
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What Can an Art Installation Tell Us About Quantum Fluids?
Robin Baumgarten has created an installation that is building quantum fluid behavioral data.
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How to Melt Gold at Room Temperature
Using the electrical field of an electron microscope, researchers melt gold at room temperatures.
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Next-Gen Composites Monitor Themselves
ORNL team is developing carbon fiber composites that can self-monitor for damage and structural issu...
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Exquisite Engineering Captured in Pixels
Cambridge Department of Engineering announces winners of ZEISS Photography Competition.
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Magnetic Motor Aims to Revolutionize Engine Efficiency
Carnegie Mellon University researchers develop magnetic materials for a more efficient and lightweig...
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NASA’s Supersonic Jet to Fly in Three Years
The X-59 QueSST aircraft would set off a quiet thump instead of a loud sonic boom—making commercial ...
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YES! NASA's InSight Landed on Mars. Here's What's Next
NASA's InSight mission landed safely on Mars. So, what's next for the mission?
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iLiDAR Wants to Democratize LiDAR Data
Pohang University graduates have developed an affordable LiDAR sensor that can scan 180 degrees fiel...
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WATCH: NASA's InSight Lander Live Feed
NASA's InSight Lander is set to land on the Martian Surface at 3PM ET. WATCH LIVE HERE!
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CubeSat to Attempt Solar Sail in Orbit
Experiment could open new possibilities for solar-powered navigation in space.
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Robotic Dog Nose Could Replace K-9 Units
Device made from mice genes is a step forward in creating artificial sensors that function as effect...
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KIT-1 Teaches Electronics and Electrical Engineering Concepts
Mand Labs has developed a kit with sixty projects to bring new students and makers to learn electron...
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Electrified Steelmaking Could Cut Five Percent of Global CO2 Emissions
Technology would use an electrolytic cell instead of a blast furnace to process raw iron ore.
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Star Trek-Inspired Plane Flies With No Moving Parts
No need for fuel or batteries, this plane glides on an "ionic wind."
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MicrobeMeter Offers Affordable Biological Data Collection
University of Warwick team have developed an open source data collection device for biological data.
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True Fuel Cost Savings of Smart Car Technologies? $6.2 Billion Each Year
Smart car tech like route optimization, lane-keeping warnings and cruise control translate to billio...
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MEGO Offers Easy Breadboard Power Supply
Engineers have developed an adjustable 4-24 Volt power supply for makers and electrical engineering ...
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