Entries for June 2017

Citizen Scientists Continue Balloon Mapping Initiatives
Public Labs is running a Kickstarter campaign to launch two new balloon mapping kits and innovate th...
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Reducing Sports-Related Concussions One Tackle at a Time
Mobile Virtual Player (MVP) aims to transform football and rugby training.
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Stick-On Self-Powered Smart Windows Could Save 40% in Building Energy Costs
Solar cells selectively absorb near-UV wavelengths to control transmission of visible light and infr...
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Raytheon Test Fires a Laser Weapon From a Chopper
Raytheon’s weapons test could signal a sea change in urban warfare.
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Who’s Responsible if a Brain-Controlled Robot Drops a Baby?
Neuroengineering expert calls for regulations of brain-machine interfaces.
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Amazon Patent Application Hints at Terrifying Drone Tower
Amazon has a new vision for delivery centers, but will it ruin our urban cores?
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How Do We Make Design Include Everyone?
Sinead Burke discusses the everyday issues she has living in a world designed without her needs in m...
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New Robotic Gripper for Cleaning Up Space Debris
Stanford engineers want to use a gecko-inspired adhesive to tidy up space junk.
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Drone Age - Rise of the Flying Robots
How UAVs are shaping the future of warfare, recreation and everything in between.
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Mcity Introduces Driverless Shuttle Service
The University of Michigan will add a driverless shuttle to its student transportation fleet.
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Engineers Create World’s Smallest Guillotine
New microfluidic tool for cellular research cuts cells 200 times faster than traditional methods.
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UK Inventor Develops Jet Suit
Richard Browning discusses the ups and downs of developing a personal jet suit.
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Thermoelectric Harvester Could Power Wearables
New design using body heat rivals existing wearable electronic power sources.
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Russia’s Newest Tank Can Fire a Shell 7 Miles
A new tank-mounted cannon can shell a target from 7 miles away. What’s a gun like that good for?
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Montreal Engineers Develop the World's First Graphene Headphones
ORA Graphene Headphones are using nanotechnology to build a high fidelity listening experience.
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James Webb Telescope Begins Cryogenic Testing
NASA engineers begin final three months of testing in vacuum.
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3 Challenges for Engineering A Space Elevator
Examining our best prospects for building materials, ensuring stability and combating orbital debris...
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Top 10 Engineering Jokes
Ever hear the one about the engineer and the light-bulb?
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Breakthrough in Lightweight Steel Production Enables Control of Brittle Phases
New processing method yields low density steel-based alloys with high strength and flexibility.
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Space X to Launch Secret Air Force Space Plane
The USAF selects SpaceX’s Falcon 9 for its next X-37 mission.
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