Entries for July 2014

Pneumatic Testing of Pipelines as an Alternative to Hydrostatic Testing
When pneumatic testing makes sense and how to mitigate the risks.
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Revolutionary Microshutters Will Change Telescopes & Optics Forever
NASA researchers make a technological breakthrough that will enable faster, clearer and wider astron...
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Hoverbike - a revolution in aviation
Chris Malloy and his team are running a Kickstarter campaign to build 1/3 scale Hoverbike drones.
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Vision-Correcting Display Makes Reading Glasses So Yesterday
Vision-Correcting Display Makes Reading Glasses So Yesterday
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Big Data Says Climate Change is Here to Stay

By now, most sci­en­tists—97 per­cent of them, to be exact—agree that the temperature of... More >>
A New Way to Make Microstructured Surfaces
A new technique for making self-assembling nanomaterial surfaces could lead to materials that have c...
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Army to Open Up Access to Research Laboratories
An effort to increase collaboration could involve you.
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Physicists Separate Particles from Their Properties
Researchers say particles can separate from their properties. Could this leap in quantum mechanics l...
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Physicists Unlock Nature of High-Temperature Superconductivity
Physicists unlock the nature of hi-temp superconductivity. Could an current-loss free energy superhi...
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Cool Burning Space Flames Could Lead to Better Engines
A new type of cool burning flame, developed in space, could lead to cleaner, more efficient Earth-ba...
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As James Webb Approaches Launch a New Telescope is Being Developed
As the James Webb Telescope is readied for launch NASA already has plans for a next gen space telesc...
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LED-Based Sensor Module from LeddarTech
A New Detection Approach for Adding Sensing Intelligence to Traffic Control, Fac-tory Automation and...
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hitchBOT makes its way across Canada
A hitch-hiking robot is making its way from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia.
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Building 'invisible' materials with light

A new method of building materials using light, developed by researchers at the University of Cambri... More >>
Researchers Achieve 'Holy Grail' of Battery Design: A Stable Lithium Anode
Stanford engineers build the "Holy Grail" of battery design building a protected lithium anode. Coul...
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The Photosynthetic Antenna - a moonshot project
The Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center (PARC) wants the world to produce energy using photosynth...
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Reengineering Hazardous Rail Cars
New changes are coming to an old problem on the rails.
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The Water Filter That Charges Your Cellphone

Grabbing energy freely from the atmosphere has long been an ambition of engineers and the power hung... More >>
Self-repairing architecture - a moonshot project
Rachel Armstrong presents her ideas for creating a sustainable solution to Venice's sinking problems...
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Historic Nuclear Chimney to Be Demolished Via Self-Climbing Platform
How do you remove a nearly 70 year old nuclear site chimney? With a self-climbing platform, of cours...
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