Entries for May 2016

ASUS Introduces Zenbo: The $599 Home Robot
Is this the beginning of practical home robotics or just another high-tech toy?
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BaseLantern Provides Big Light and Sharable Energy
BioLite is running a Kickstarter campaign for their smartphone controlled flatpack lantern.
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Engineers Take First Step Toward Flexible, Wearable, Tricoder-Like Device
The Chem-Phys patch monitors both biochemical and electric signals in the human body at the same tim...
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Strengthening Calcite with Evolution and Engineering
Using biomimicry and a highly-abundant mineral to develop new fabrication materials.
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$50,000 Prize for 24 Hours of Helicopter Hover
Sikorsky and AHS International unveil “Hover for a Day” Challenge.
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Mass-Volume Graphene Production, A Moonshot Project
Michael Sung from HKUST explains his process for synthesizing graphene, and possible applications in...
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Engineers Develop Tru.D 3D, A Volumetric Hologram
Texas engineers have built a system that uses three dimensional objects to create a three dimensiona...
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Machine Learning and Informatics Accelerate New Material Discoveries
Using adaptive design to reveal targeted properties in a shape-memory alloy.
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Awesome Shield Uses Arduino to Teach Coding and Invention
Awesome Shield is running a successful Kickstarter campaign for their hardware and learning platform...
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Making Electronics from Unrefined Coal
Engineering researchers reveal highly desirable optical and electrical properties in naturally-occur...
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Driverless Taxi Service Coming Soon to Singapore
Startup plans to use autonomous vehicles for public transit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Can Engineers Get Us to Mars by 2027?
Stephen Petranek discusses the current barriers to Mars colonization, and the solutions he sees to b...
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Engineers Harvest Methane Gas from Lake in Rwanda
Lake in Rwanda is one of three in the world that experience limnic eruptions, and engineers are harv...
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Trainerbot Is a Smart Ping Pong Robot
San Francisco engineers have developed a robot to train ping pong players.
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Engineering Implantable Devices for the Brain
Collaboration between neurosurgeons and engineers aims to build brain implants for long-term use.
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Turning Carbon Dioxide into Concrete
New process converts greenhouse gas emissions into sustainable building material.
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Meet IBM’s Brain-Inspired Neurosynaptic Processor
Supercomputing platform based on TrueNorth neurosynaptic computer chip to be utilized for national n...
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UK Plumber Builds Homemade Hoverbike
Colin Furze built a Parajet-powered flying machine as part of Ford’s Unlearn campaign.
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GeoOrbital Wheel Converts Your Bike to an Electric Cycle
GeoOrbital is running a highly successful Kickstarter campaign for their system that turns your bicy...
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Hyperloop Test Proves It Really Could Work
Open-air test demonstrates the functionality of a linear-electric motor in powering the Hyperloop co...
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