Entries for August 2018

Alabama Engineering Students Develop Football Privacy Tent
The SidelinER tent was issued a patent this year, will be used in football games this season.
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SwellPro Offers a New Drone Able to Swim or Fly
SwellPro and Urban Drones have teamed up for a new drone aimed at watersport enthusiasts.
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Commuting by Air on the Horizon
UberAIR, Cockrell School of Engineering and U.S. Army Research Labs partnership aims to develop avia...
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Most Wear-Resistant Metal Alloy in the World Could Change Car Engines and Electronics
Engineers at Sandia National Lab created platinum-gold alloy 100 times more durable than high-streng...
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Solar Accessory Kit Benefits Africa, Shaped Like Cheese
YOLK Studios has developed a suite of solar tools based off of cheese, for consumer use and with an ...
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AI Camera Offers Faster Image Processing for Autonomous Cars and Medical Devices
Stanford engineers create faster, less energy-intensive image processor for autonomous vehicles, sec...
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The Miracle of Yeast: Beer, Bread… Tracking Radiation?
Purdue University researchers create “microbrewery” badges to quickly track lab workers’ exposure to...
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USAF Looks to Fast Track Hypersonic Weapon Design with New Contract
Lockheed Martin is awarded a major contract to design a new hypersonic missile prototype.
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Go "Beyond Tires" with Innovation Challenge
The Goodyear Innovation Challenge invites proposals for how to "make a play beyond tires."
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Vector Wants to Be the Home Robot that Feels Alive
Anki is crowdfunding their fourth home robot, ready to be approachable and an important part of the ...
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TWIE 24 - Concrete 3D Printing, New Motorcycle Design and Small Satellites
This Week in Engineering, we talk cubesats, the TMC Dumont and the mysterious plan of St. Gall.
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Rice Engineering Students Develop Urban Greenhouse
Six students built a programmable greenhouse for urban spaces in their capstone design course.
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GPS Tracking Goes Inside the Human Body
MIT researchers develop GPS tracking technology for inside the human body.
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Boeing to Acquire Small Satellite Provider Millennium Space Systems
Combined capabilities will provide advanced small-satellite technologies and flexible solutions.
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Small Satellites Can Make Big Discoveries
Tiny satellite measures exoplanet transit, demonstrating proof of concept for high precision photome...
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Generative Design, Metal 3D Printing and Soft Robotic Spiders - TWIE 23
This Week in Engineering, we talk about Antoni Gaudi, Digital Alloys, Project 2030 and more.
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Engineers, Makers and Scrappers Work Together in Ghana
DK Osseo-Asare explains the process of bringing together scrappers in Agbogbloshie and STEM professi...
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Is This the Next Generation of Water Guns?
Spyra One is creating a new water gun that fills itself, and shoots water bullets instead of streams...
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Futuristic New Motorcycle Design Is Wild Enough to Work
Ex-Formula One driver Tarso Marques has turned his talents into building the most interesting lookin...
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Artificial Intelligence Learns from Patient Data to Refine Cancer Treatment
Machine-learning system determines the fewest, smallest doses that could still shrink brain tumors.
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