Entries for May 2017

Autonomous Electric Container Ship to Set Sail in 2018
The world’s first autonomous and all electric commercial ship is set to take to the seas in 2018.
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From Roombas to Rosie – Engineering Domestic Robots
Exploring the challenges of building personal home robots for all.
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Engineers Develop Lego-Compatible STEM Blocks
DFRobots has developed Boson blocks, a kit for educators, STEM enthusiasts and tinkerers to teach cr...
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Using Soft Robotics in Virtual Reality
Glove powered by soft robotics tech gives VR users tactile feedback.
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BuildOne Wants to Be Your $99 3D Printer
Kickstarter campaign is releasing low cost, self-adjusting 3D printer for every user.
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Engineers Extract Fresh Water from Waste Brine
New method recovers almost 100% of water from highly concentrated salt solutions.
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Robotics Engineers Develop Bot to Flip Burgers
Flippy is designed to flip hamburgers and assist restaurants with food preparation.
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How to Engineer Shape-Shifting Food
Researchers 3D print gelatin sheets that transform when dunked in water.
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BIKI - Bionic Wireless Underwater Robotic Fish
Engineers from Peking University have developed an underwater drone to act as a water companion and ...
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Printed Flexible Battery Could Power Wearable Sensors
Rechargeable zinc batteries incorporate hyper-elastic isoprene polymer.
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The Promise and Peril of Programmable Matter
Modular robotics, metamaterials, magic paint cans and the truth about grey goo.
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How to Prevent 3D Printing Hacks with Hidden Flaws
Engineers embed secret defects in CAD files for additive manufacturing.
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What Do We Know About North Korea’s Ballistic Missiles?
Range and payloads of the country's medium and long range missiles
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VIDEO: A Short History of Engineering
Exploring 3,000 years of engineering in three and a half minutes.
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What Do Virtual Top Hats and Face-Detecting Blimps Have in Common?
Georgia Tech engineers work to improve control and interactions of unmanned aerial vehicles.
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Can HY4 Deliver Zero-Emission Air Transport?
German engineers continue to develop and test the HY4, a four passenger hydrogen fuel cell aircraft.
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A Cooling Component for Quantum Computers
A breakthrough in controlling qubits states could be huge for the future of quantum computer archite...
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Chinese Supercar Sets Lap Record
Chinese supercar maker shatters their own record at Germany’s famous Nürburgring
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MicroMill Provides Desktop CNC Capabilities
RP3D has developed a desktop milling machine designed to cut materials softer than steel.
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World’s Largest Aircraft Rises to the Skies Again
Hybrid Air Vehicles returns its massive inflatable to the skies after a year of being grounded.
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