Entries for August 2016

GM and US Army Preview Fuel Cell Military Ride
New hydrogen fuel cell—powered concept vehicle might just replace the Humvee.
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Are Brain Prosthetics on Their Way to Market?
Startup called Kernel announces plan to create a brain prosthetic to prevent memory problems.
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Heavy-Lift Hybrid Airships Coming to Alaska
Lockheed Martin’s football-field-sized LMH-1 will provide logistical support to isolated regions.
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Are Autonomous Tractors the Future of Farming?
CNH Industrial unveils concept autonomous tractor technology.
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Fathom One - Modular HD Underwater Drone
Michigan entrepreneurs are crowdfunding a new modular drone system intended to push forward the fiel...
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A Squishy Motor for Soft Robotics
Engineers develop rotary actuators based on pneumatically driven elastomeric structures.
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Spitzer Space Telescope is Repurposed 13 Years After Launch
Final stages of telescope’s life brings new discoveries and new engineering challenges.
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Engineers Find a New Way to Reduce Pesticide Runoff
Reducing droplet bounce rate helps pesticides stick to leaves.
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Turing Learning Enables Machines to Learn Through Observation Alone
Research with swarm robots leads to breakthrough in machine learning.
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Noisy Information - Embedding Data in Sound
Acoustic voxels embed sound with data for copyrighting and information sharing applications.
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China Debuts Its Robotic Duo for 2020 Mars Mission
Chinese government shares concept images of Mars probe and rover.
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Simple Equation Predicts Force Required to Push Intruders Through Sand
Engineers make a significant breakthrough in resistive force theory.
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4D Printing at the Micron-Scale
3D-printed structures regain their original shapes in response to heat.
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Sensor System Predicts Senior Citizens' Falls 3 Weeks Before They Happen
Engineers use in-home sensor data to prevent the elderly from falling.
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Nanotechnology Gives Optical Microscopes Near-SEM Resolutions
Plasmonic gratings bring optical microscope resolution down to 65 nanometers.
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Meet the 3D-Printed Autonomous Octobot
Soft robot is powered by a chemical reaction controlled by microfluidics.
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R1 - The First Robotic Suitcase
COWAROBOT is crowdfunding a suitcase that avoids objects and follows you.
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Engineers Use Underground Radar to Locate Post-Katrina Damage
Ultra-wide band pulsed radar enables inspection of underground infrastructure.
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New Memory Device Foreshadows Flexible Electronics
Researchers have successfully developed a device that utilises MRAM technology on a flexible plastic...
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Novel Device Purifies Water with Sunlight
Nanostructured device produces disinfectants to kill bacteria in water using visible light.
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