Entries for April 2014

UK Approves $336M Artic Research Vessel
A new $336M state-of-the-art Antarctic research vessel could be the most advanced scientific yacht e...
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Developing a shark-deterring wetsuit
Hamish Jolly discusses the methods used to study shark vision and create a wetsuit to protect agains...
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Commercial VTOL Flight Closer to Reality After Recent Tests
Commercial VTOL crafts inch closer to production thanks to the continued success of AugustaWestland&...
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Russian students compete at 2014 FIRST Championship
Russian middle schoolers traveled to St Louis to compete with their FIRST Lego League robotics proje...
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Sikorsky Demos RC Black Hawk Helicopter
In a recent test Sikorsky Aircraft demonstrated remote controlled flight of a full size Black Hawk h...
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World’s Fastest Elevator Set For 2016 Debut
The world’s faster elevator, set to debut in China by 2016, will rocket passengers up 111 stor...
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Redesigning computer interfaces with physical controls
James Patten discusses his methods to develop physical controls for computer software.
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DARPA’s New Autopilot Could Change Flight Forever
A new autopilot system could remove most pilots from military aircraft and allow them to control ent...
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New membrane material offers longer life, less energy consumption
A stabilized polymer offers new limits separation performance
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BAE Systems Defies Physics with its Metamaterial Antenna Lens
BAE Systems develops a flat, metamaterial antenna that could revolutionize aerospace design.
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Bluefin-21 Dives Deep in Search of Malaysia Flight 370
One of the world’s most advanced AUV’s pushes its limits in search of Malaysia Airlines&...
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Artificial Blood on Its Way to Clinical Trials
Researchers in the UK have created artificial blood that’s suited for human transfusions.
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Building an adapter for a trumpet player with an amputation
Kalamazoo, Michigan engineers create an adapter to help a young student play the trumpet.
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Compressed Air Energy Storage - A Moonshot Project
Danielle Fong presents her method to raise the efficiency of compressed air storage.
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Floating Nuclear Plants Could Surf Past Tsunamis
Could a new floating plant design be the key to making nuclear power safe from tsunamis?
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MIT builds a more Comfortable Prosthetic Limb
David Sengeh discusses his method of developing more comfortable prosthetics.
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Boeing’s Phantom Badger Survives Air Drops & is Armed to the Teeth
Boeing’s newest military vehicle, the Phantom Badger, is part Humvee, part off-road racer and ...
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Army Pulls Out the Big Guns on Corrosion
The extreme service conditions of large-caliber weapons benefit from new materials.
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NASA to Test Laser Communications System Aboard the ISS
With space-based sensors streaming from planets, moons, comets and the stars, NASA looks to lasers t...
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Zuta - the mini Robotic Printer
Zuta allows users to print anywhere using a small robotic printer.
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