Entries for June 2019

This Physical Filter Helps Protect Online Privacy
Winston protects everything in your house that uses the internet.
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China to Build a Gigawatt Power Station in Space
China’s roadmap to commercial space-based solar power by 2050.
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Swedish Engineers Develop 50 Kilometer / Hour Electric Skateboard
Long range, high speed electric skateboard uses high end materials for heightened user experience.
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Iran's Home-Grown Missile System Downs U.S. Military's Most Advanced Drone
Iran may have a greater capability of defending its airspace than the Pentagon believed.
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Sustainable Footwear Uses Bamboo, Coffee Grounds, Hemp
Several shoe manufacturers on Kickstarter are using sustainable build methods and materials.
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Beyond 1 and 0: Increasing Feasibility of Multi-Value Logic Transistors
Quantized extended state in silicon-zinc oxide hybrid chip lets transistors exist in three states.
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This Trawl Monitors Ocean Plastics, Built from Baby Tights
Public Labs is running a crowdfunding campaign for BabyLegs, built from baby tights.
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Utah State Beekeeper Introduces AI to the Hive
Vladimir Kulykin has finished testing his BeePi project and is moving into BeePi Phase 2.
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New AI System Makes Autonomous Vehicle Navigation More Humanlike
Using visual cues and easy-to-follow maps rather than rigorous computation of all roads in an area.
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Will Hypersonic Weapons Mean a New Arms Race?
China, the U.S. and Russia are all developing maneuverable missiles that can exceed Mach 5.
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Flic 2 Can Control Anything with a Button Push
Shortcut Labs has refined and iterated its Flic button.
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Engineers Use CO2 to Make Fracking Greener
New technology would reduce the drain on water resources and could be used to reduce CO2 emissions.
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SmartHalo 2 Provides the Next Generation of Smart Bike
SmartHalo's new generation of smart bike has new features, a new app and the same minimalist design.
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The Most Complete Study of Battery Failure Could Lead to Better Batteries
Modeling chemomechanical interplay within a battery can pave the way for faster charging times.
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MIT MediaLab Develops Cyborg Botany
Human-plant interactions can be softer and less intrusive than human-electronic experiences.
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Robot Uses Gravity and Buoyancy to Generate Energy
German engineers have developed a robot to harness energy from vertical motion in the water.
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SlothBot Provides Slow, Steady Environmental Monitoring
Harness the power of being slow for efficient environmental and agricultural monitoring.
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