Entries for July 2015

Google Cardboard Turns One Year Old, Launches Expeditions and Jump
Clay Bavor explains the next generation of Cardboard VR viewers, virtual VR field trips and 360 degr...
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Wearable Tech Improves Comfort by Influencing Perceived Body Temperature
Thermoelectric Bracelet Wins Proto Labs’ Cool Idea! Award.
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Controlling Someone Else's Arm With Your Brain
Greg Gage and Tim Marzullo have developed affordable, engaging and accessible experiments to demonst...
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SALt - This Lamp Runs on Salt Water and Electrochemistry
Alisa and Raphael Mijeno have created a lamp that requires salt and water to create light.
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Robot Displays Self-Awareness in Logic Puzzle
Solving the King’s Wise Men puzzle, one robot identifies itself from a group.
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More Hospitals to Adopt Robot Assistants
HOSPI Robots are seeing release outside Japan for the first time. How long before they go global?
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New Tech to Cool Hot Jets
Technology uses aircraft fuel to cool gas turbine components.
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Wi-Fi Reflector Chip Drastically Boosts Speed of Wearables
Chip transfers data three times faster than the average Wi-Fi rate.
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Snotbots — Drones Designed to Collect Data from Whale Spouts
Researchers from Olin College of Engineering and the Ocean Alliance have developed new drones to col...
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Can Nanoparticles be a Solution to Environmental Pollutants?
Paired with UV light, Nanoparticles absorb harmful chemicals from soil and water.
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Sandroller - A Wheelchair for the Beach
The Sandroller team is running a Kickstarter campaign for beach friendly, self-propelled wheelchair.
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Researchers Mimic Lizard Skin for Engineering Applications
Moisture-trapping scales could have applications for distilleries and heat exchangers.
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Mcity Opens as Test Environment for Connected and Automated Vehicles
University of Michigan unveils test facility, plans to launch automated vehicle networks by 2021.
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HowLoud - Mapping Noise Levels with Math Models
Brendan Farrell and his team at HowLoud use math and physics to create sound maps.
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Engineering Students and Street Luge Champion to Break 100mph with No Motor
Prototype sled “something that most people never really thought of,” says two-time champion.
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Could Robots One Day Beat Humans in a Game of Soccer?
The game is on for the RoboCup World Championship 2015.
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New Crowdsourcing Platform Targets Operations Side of Engineering
Ennomotive connects companies with engineers of various disciplines from around the world.
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How Mobile Factories are Building Homes from Rubble
Dutch project brings about unique civil engineering solution for earthquake victims.
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Matternet Testing Mail Delivery in Switzerland
Drone delivery soon to be reality as Matternet, Swiss Post and Swiss WorldCargo begin testing.
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Can Engineers Program Bacteria?
MIT researchers develop sensors and memory switches to be encoded in bacteria found in the gut.
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