Entries for March 2015

Natural Nanocrystals Can Strengthen Concrete
A potential renewable additive could vastly improve the popular construction material.
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CrankCase: a Human-Powered Generator to Charge Your Phone
AMPWARE is crowdfunding the world's first phone case with an integrated generator.
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Engineer Develops ‘Google Maps’ for the Body
Professor Melissa Knothe Tate is working on technology that boasts impressive zoom capabilities (use...
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eMotion Butterflies Demonstrate Coordinated Robotic Flight
Festo releases its eMotion Butterfly project, flying robots that mimic the flight of butterflies and...
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VIDEO: Stanford Engineers Discover How Birds Hover Perfectly
The researchers say their findings could offer significant insight to aerodynamic research.
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Engineers Create Bracelet That Warns Against Sunburn
The device goes from blue to clear when it has been exposed to too much ultraviolet light.
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Concrete That Repairs its Own Cracks
A multiscale approach to damage repair may greatly extend the life of concrete.
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Rethinking Natural Gas Storage - a Moonshot Project
Pittsburgh scientist presents gas storage and its potential to bring natural gas online as a viable ...
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Introducing a Structure Tougher Than Bulletproof Vests
Dr. Majid have developed new structures that are able to stretch up to seven times their length.
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Drak: Next Generation RC Aircraft
Ritewing RC is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund its high speed high stability aircraft.
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VIDEO: Introducing a Fire Extinguisher Fuelled by Sound
Engineering students develop a low-frequency fire extinguisher capable of eliminating fire.
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XM42 - the Handheld Flamethrower
Ion Productions is crowdfunding personal flamethrowers on Indiegogo.
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Squids to Thank for ‘Invisible Tape’
New technology nicknamed “invisible stickers” could be used to help soldiers camouflage and potentia...
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Meet The Octopus: A Robot That Can Save Lives
New Japanese device is designed to clear rubble and rescue people
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Impressive Mars Landing Technology Passes Test
NASA has been busy researching technology that could land a vehicles on Mars with precision.
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Army Uniform that Neutralizes Chemical Agents
A unique fabric treatment can reduce the risk of warfare exposure.
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Can Edison2 Refine the Driverless Platform and Change the Auto Industry
Edison2’s founder Oliver Kuttner previews his TEDTalk about the auto industry’s driverless future. C...
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New Caltech Method Could Reduce Graphene’s Price Tag
With a tensile strength of 200 times steel, graphene is one of the strongest materials of its kind.
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Soft Robots for Rehabilitation - a Moonshot Project
Super-Releaser demonstrate their Glaucus soft robot and discuss applications in orthotics and prosth...
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Insect Wings May Function As Gyroscopes
Researchers at the University of Washington discovered that an insect’s wings might also function as...
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