Entries for August 2014

Can Advances in Mobile Technologies lead to Smart Concrete?
Mobile monitoring of fresh and hardened concrete can save the construction industry time, money, and...
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Supersonic, Supercavitating Submarine in Development
Researchers in China are hard at work building a supersonic, supercavitating sub capable of a two ho...
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The Silk Leaf: man-made material converts light and water into oxygen
Julian Melchiorri has created a synthetic leaf that converts light and water into oxygen.
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NASA's Swarming Robots Might Explore Planets
NASA's new "swarmie" robots might lead to the rapid exploration of planets one day. 
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Scientists Plug Into a Learning Brain To Find Out About Learning
By plugging into a learning brain researchers learn why some skills are easier to learn than others....
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Quantum Physics Enables Revolutionary Imaging Method
A new quantum imaging technique generates images with photons that have never touched their target o...
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ReWalk - FDA approved exoskeleton for spinal cord injuries
ReWalk Robotics has developed an exoskeleton for spinal cord injury patients to use during rehab, an...
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HP: Nearly 70% of IT Professionals Experience Weekly Phishing Attacks
HP: Nearly 70% of IT Professionals Experience Weekly Phishing Attacks. How is this effecting busines...
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UAV Chopper Eliminate Invasive Weeds
Australia’s rare and precious rainforests could have an unexpected ally in the battle against ...
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NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Crosses Neptune Orbit On its Way to Pluto

NASA’s Pluto-bound New Horizons spacecraft has traversed the orbit of Neptune. This is its las... More >>
Graphene Gets A Jolt of Competition
Berkeley Lab Researchers Demonstrate Ultrafast Charge Transfer in New Family of 2D Semiconductors&nb...
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Robots on the Battlefield
There are many indications that battlebots will soon be a reality
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Symphony of Nanoplasmonic and Optical Resonators Leads to Magnificent Laser-Like Light Emission
Through a combination of plasmonics and optical microresonators researchers have built an optical am...
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BMW Offers an Armored SUV at Moscow Autoshow
Hot on the heels of Mercedes’ announcement of a security sedan, BMW debuts their own armored c...
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First Man-Made Organ Grown in Lab
For the first time ever bio-engineers have created a completely functional, man-made organ that's fu...
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Northrop Grumman Unveils their XS-1 Space Plane Concept
Northrup Grumman unveils the design for its XS-1 space plane. Can it compete with Boeing and Mastens...
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A New Understanding of Nuclear Fuel
Unexpected anisotropy in uranium dioxide may inhibit efficiency
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1.5V Powered Water Splitter Could Revolutionize Fuel Cell Development
A new, cheap, low voltage fuel cell could finally reduce the cost of emission free vehicles.
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T100 - next generation thrusters for marine robotics
Blue Robotics is Kickstarter funding a production run for their high performance low cost marine thr...
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US Navy to Test ExoSuit

Lockheed Martin has received a contract through the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS... More >>

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