Entries for March 2014

Airbus Completes Mars Yard to Test New Rovers
Airbus’ basketball court-sized recreation of the Martian surface will serve as the test bed fo...
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Fin - wearable gesture control ring
Gesture control can be done using the thumb and fingers with a new ring device.
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Artificial Human Tissues Could Replace Animals in Drug Tests
A miniaturized replica of functional human organs could become the proving ground for new pharmaceut...
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NASA, Boeing Partner on Composite Rocket Fuel Tank
New production methods enable large-scale application
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Perovskite Solar Panels Turn to Displays at Night
A chance discovery could produce solar panels that generate electricity during the day & transfo...
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EasyPlug: A sensor shield for Arduinos
A new Kickstarter campaign brings plug and play sensor functionality to Arduino boards.
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The Star-forming region ON2

Massive stars are born in tumultuous clouds of gas and dust. They lead a brief but intense life, blo... More >>
New Living Materials Can Change Properties Over Time
A new technique that mixes bacterial cells with minerals and other compounds could lead to the devel...
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ROS - the open source Robotic Operating System
Brian Gerkey talks about his organization's work on developed ROS, the open source Robot Operating S...
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Casting a Shadow in the Darkness of Space
The Jet Propulsion Lab’s Starshade occulter could give space-based telescopes a sharper view o...
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The RotoMAAK desktop rotational molder
Mark VanDiepenbos is Kickstarter funding a rotational molder to help any maker become a rapid manufa...
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A 360-Degree View of the Milky Way
Amateur and professional astronomers alike will enjoy a better view of our galaxy with the newly rel...
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The Next Generation of VTOL Craft
DARPA is looking for the next generation of fast, reliable VTOL aircraft and one these four designs ...
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The Biofore Concept Car Grows on Trees
This car employs natural materials in "unnatural" ways.
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Hovding, the Invisible Bicycle Helmet - a Moonshot Project
Swedish industrial design students developed an airbag that replaces bicycle helmets.
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The US Navy is Researching a Space-Based Solar Power Plant
Could a space-based Navy research project lead to ubiquitous solar power day and night?
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Growing Bone - A Moonshot Project
Molly Stevens uses chemistry, mechanics and material science to regenerate bone tissue.
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US Navy: 90 Day Weather Predictions a Decade Out
A new US Navy project aims to increase our understanding of global oceanic conditions and could enab...
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The Odyssey Electric Trike - A Moonshot Project
Wisconsin engineers developed a recumbent electric tricycle as the next big thing in transportation.
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Bionic Plants Perform Better
Plants infused with nanoparticles photosynthesize better and have the ability to detect explosives. ...
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