Entries for September 2019

Nuclear Propulsion: How We Could Reach the Stars with Current Technology
Nuclear propulsion may have applications in defense and long-range space exploration.
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Researchers Build Microscopic Biohybrid Robots Propelled by Muscles and Nerves
University of Illinois researchers are one step closer to developing autonomous biobots.
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Researchers Develop Wireless Sensor Implant to Monitor Aneurysms
This wireless sensor can be implanted in the blood vessels of the human brain.
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Flying Fish Robot Has Unique “Engine”
A palm-sized self-propelling flying fish robot that jumps from sea to air.
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737 MAX Certification Could Open Big Rifts in Global Aviation Market
Global regulators may no longer trust the FAA and Boeing to fix the plane.
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New Soil Sampling Autonomous Robot Aims to Boost Farm Production
Purdue University College of Agriculture has developed robots that can collect precise soil samples.
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Designing Materials That Simulate Softness
Scientists are gaining a better understanding of how to better mimic the sensation of softness.
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Roboats Bridge the Gaps in Amsterdam’s Canals
Researchers at MIT are one step closer to building a dynamic bridge out of autonomous robots.
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Bugatti Pushes the Limits of Road Legal Speed with 300-MPH Chiron
Bugatti has built a car that tops out above 300mph. Is a 400mph car far behind?
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Laser Welding Ceramics Technique Promises Stronger Electronics
New method for welding ceramics leads to stronger electronics and more robust medical implants.
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Autonomous Vessel Readied for Oil Spill Response
A new autonomous sea-faring system aims to control oil spills before they get out of control.
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Nanoparticles Could Someday Give Humans Built-in Night Vision
Instead of wearing goggles, why not inject something directly into your eye?
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