Entries for March 2018

TWIE: Robocoasters and Renewables
This Week in Engineering is our weekly digest video series covering top stories.
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Litar: The LIDAR Air-Guitar
Play your own solo after checking out the Litar: the LiDAR Air Guitar.
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Impossible Science Student Challenge to Launch at USA Science and Engineering Festival
Expo is happening April 5th to April 8th, 2018 in Washington DC.
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New Water Treatments Address Biological and Synthetic Contaminants
Using principles of water flow and chemical adsorption, researchers created a cheap, efficient filtr...
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Is a World Wide Web Even Possible?
Astranis plans to launch smaller, cheaper satellites to blanket the Earth with Internet coverage.
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Making Hockey Safer with Material Science
Innovative group effort hopes to “Rethink the Rink” to increase hockey player safety.
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Maker UNO Simplifies Arduino, Costs Only $6
Malaysian computer company teamed with education academy to develop new single board computing tool.
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Military MLV Design Challenge Steers Toward 3D Printing
Launch Forth contest to design the next generation modular vehicle with a focus on 3D printing.
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Chemically Unique Hybrid Substance Could Redefine Semiconductor Effectiveness
Study finds that hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites could unlock a whole host of energy benefits.
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Mr. HEAD Creates Robotic Paintings
Crowdfunding campaign wants to spread robotic paintings all over the world.
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Stress Test: Sending Nuclear Waste on a 14,500-Mile Triathlon to Gauge Safety
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories conducted a hyper-realistic test of nuclear fuel transpo...
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Computational Photography Could Help Self Driving Cars See Through Fog
Depth-sensing imaging system could be the solution for autonomous driving during poor visibility wea...
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Raspberry Boom Detects Low Frequency Sounds Using Raspberry Pi Base
The engineers at Raspberry Shake have created a new tool to hear infrasounds.
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Evolutionary Selection Yields Roll-to-Roll Production Of Single Layer Graphene
Novel design for carbon vapor deposition furnaces eliminates defects in graphene sheet by encouragin...
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Gigabot X Combines Large Scale 3D Printing and Pellets
re:3D is developing a new style pellet printer that will one day use recycled plastic.
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Pipe-Crawling Robot Measures Radiation in Nuclear Facilities
Radiation-measuring robots will crawl through pipes during decommission of DOE nuclear facility.
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Top 5 Robocoasters and Robot Rides
Would you strap into a bucket seat end effector? Check out these professional and not-so-professiona...
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Holographic HUDs Look to Improve Safety, Visibility
Integrating holography into windshield displays could be the key to greater usability.
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Major New Developments in Organic Materials
Researchers at Likoping University in Sweden have demonstrated new developments in electrochemical l...
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How Can We Learn to Feel Like a Robot?
Leila Takayama from UC Santa Cruz discusses how we can build empathy for robots.
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