Entries for July 2019

NASA Awards Contract for 3D Printing in Orbit
The technology could make it easier to reach the Moon and Mars.
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Lunar Soil Will Be Critical for Moon Bases
A new study suggests, lunar soil will be a critical energy storage material for long-term explorers.
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Breakthrough Listen Adds a New Tool to Its ET-Seeking Arsenal
The search for extraterrestrial life gets a new tool, widening the scope of our lonely search.
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How Will Autonomous Pods Move? Here’s One Answer
Can Protean corner the $1-trillion market for autonomous mobility?
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NASA Marks Moon Landing 50th with New Panoramas
NASA’s celebration of the Apollo Moon Landing 50th is in full swing, new panoramas prove it.
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Engine Failure on Delta Flight Caught on Film
Old MD-88 passenger jets can be prone to engine problems.
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The Future of NASA’s Space Telescopes
Our understanding of the cosmos is set to shift thanks to many new space telescopes.
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Camera Creates Instant Images with Thermal Paper
Michigan engineers develop a camera that burns images to receipt paper.
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Ring-Shaped Drone Flies Twice as Long as Others
Innovative machine uses two propellers and a stabilizing algorithm.
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SubCruiser Offers Hands-Free Underwater Propulsion
AquaBeyond has built propulsion system that attaches to the user's legs.
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New Aerogel Generates More Solar Heat
MIT researchers develop solar energy material that can capture higher heats at ambient temperatures.
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pi-top [4] Releases Raspberry Pi 4 Maker Platform
Raspberry Pi 4 compatible platform is built for makers.
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New Material Disinfects With UV Light
2D technology could be a powerful new tool to fight superbugs.
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Can Every Object Become an Interface?
Ivan Poupyrev talks about how he's turning the whole world into an interface device.
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innerbottle Works Toward Zero Waste Cosmetic Packaging
Placing a silicone balloon inside a cosmetics bottle leads to less waste and more recycling.
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Smart Speakers Could Save Thousands of Cardiac Arrest Victims Each Year
A new skill for Alexa and Google Home will detect cardiac arrest as it strikes device owners.
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Photos That Move: Turning 2D Images into 3D Events
Bring static images to life with augmented reality (AR).
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Laser Synthesizer Turns Light Shows Into Performance Pieces
Radiator from Neon Captain hopes to make laser shows the grand spectacle they were in the 1970s.
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Harnessing Seabed Pressure to Store Renewable Energy
New experimental energy storage system may be the key to a zero-carbon future.
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Tiny, Versatile Motor “Walks” to Complete Tasks
MIT team develops tiny walking motor with five parts that could change robot construction.
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