Entries for February 2017

Why Won’t the Dream of a Flying Car Die?
From the PAL-V Liberty to Airbus’ and Uber’s plans for flying taxis, could this be the year of the f...
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Bristol Robotics Lab Demonstrates Robots That Eat Pollution
Jonathan Rossiter presents his Row-bot, a robot that eats pollution.
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Tracking Cyborg Cockroaches
Sending biobots random commands could be key to searching disaster areas for survivors.
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Mapping Oil Spills with Swarms of Drones
Engineers develop software that enables teams of UAVs to work together.
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Recluse Spider Silk Offers Inspiration for Tougher Materials
Knots in nano-scale flat ribbon suggest a new method for improving material strength.
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LOVE Wants to Be the First Intelligent Turntable
Holding the record steady and moving the stylus looks radical and an LA engineering firm thinks it c...
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Shaping Sound with Metamaterials
3D-printed metamaterial bricks slow down sound waves.
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Nanoparticles Improve Hydrogen Storage
Novel nanoconfinement system could improve performance of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
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Pixel 2.0 Creates Smart Display for Arduino
Rabid Prototypes is crowdfunding their smart display for Arduino projects.
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Can a Swiss and German EV Startup Challenge Tesla?
Elextra debuts electric supercar at Geneva Motor Show.
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Laser Rangefinder Transforms Every Soldier into a Sharpshooter
Raytheon introduces a laser-based scope that improves close and long range marksmanship.
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Jennifer Bountry Named Federal Engineer of the Year
Prestigious award recognizes Bureau of Reclamation engineer's achievements in river restoration.
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Blood-Repellant Materials Could Lead to ‘Invisible’ Medical Implants
Engineers at Colorado State University work to reduce risks of infection and blood clots from surgic...
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Landing Autonomous Drones on Moving Targets
Engineers use fuzzy logic to help UAVs make better navigational decisions on the fly.
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Uranium From Seawater - A Source for Future Energy Production?
Stanford researchers improve a method for extracting uranium from the ocean.
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Nissan Shows Off Electric Sports Car Prototype
BladeGlider EV has max speed of 115 mph, goes from 0-60 in under 5 seconds.
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One Cent Lab-On-a-Chip Could Disrupt Disease Diagnosis
Stanford engineers build low-cost microfluidic device that could deliver advanced diagnostics where ...
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MIT Media Lab Develops Ink from Air Pollution
AIR-INK is the world's first ink made out of air pollution, and running a crowdfunding campaign to r...
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New Developments in Electronic Tattoos
Inkjet printer creates thin elastomeric nanosheet films for wearable applications.
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Thubber Combines Elasticity with Thermal Conductivity
Stretchable rubber achieves thermal and mechanical properties suitable for flexible electronics, art...
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