Entries for August 2017

Autonomous Robot Follows Code of Pedestrian Conduct
New robot uses socially aware navigation to keep pace with foot traffic.
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Mabot Teaches Robotics and Programming to New STEM Users
Gadget Labs has developed Mabot, a new system of robotics building to teaching programming and STEM ...
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Biomorph Actuator Lifts 165 Times its Own Weight
Inverted-series-connected biomorph actuation device could benefit robotics, aerospace, medicine and ...
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Great Moments in Engineering History: Apollo 13
What engineering lessons can we learn from the Apollo 13?
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Using Machine Learning and Selfies to Screen for Pancreatic Cancer
New app uses computer vision algorithm to detect increased bilirubin levels in sclera.
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Lockheed Martin Shrinks the Telescope
Lockheed Martin releases the first images from its SPIDER telescope.
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Deaf Diplomats - Was it a Sound Cannon?
Sound can be weaponized. A look at long range acoustic devices (LRADs), increasingly used by police ...
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The Recipe for Safer Batteries? Just Add Diamonds
Research shows nanodiamonds can prevent short circuits and fires in lithium batteries.
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Turtle Rover Offers Open Source System for Earth Exploration
Students from Wroclaw University of Technology develop 'land drone' built to explore the Earth.
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USS John S. McCain Collides with Liberian Oil Tanker
Second collision in two months off the coast of Singapore leaves 10 sailors unaccounted for.
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Carbon Nanotubes Twisted into Energy-Harvesting Yarn
Twistron yarns could harvest energy from ocean waves, temperature fluctuations and more.
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Confederate Submarine Crew Killed by Their Own Weapon
Research shows H.L. Hunley sailors experienced powerful blast at very close range.
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Modeling Fluid Flow Inside the Body
MIT engineers predict movements of microscopic carpets of hair in vivo.
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Cubiio Develops Portable Laser Engraver
Cubiio is crowdfunding a small and compact laser engraver as part of its goal to make laser cutting ...
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Computers are Now Almost as Good as Humans at Mapping the Brain
New algorithm could speed up image analysis used to understand brain circuitry.
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Top 5 Historical NASA Videos
Our favorite videos from NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center.
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World's Largest Super Soaker Fires at 243 Miles per Hour
Mark Rober demonstrates his seven foot water gun.
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Are Crash Test Dummies Going Digital?
Anatomically accurate computational human body models are built from medical scans.
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Lunatix Redefines Moon Exploration via Lunar Nanobots
Small mobile platforms present exciting moon-gaming experience.
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Space Center Houston Works to Restore Historic Mission Control
The Webster Challenge is a fundraising campaign to restore the Apollo 11 control center before the 5...
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