Entries for 'Kyle Maxey'

Bio-Bricks Hint at a Greener, Self-Healing Future for AEC
Colorado bio-bricks may give rise to a new generation of green, growing building materials.
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New 3D Printing Methods Make Progress Toward Additive Glass Clear
A new method for 3D printing glass might be the first for printing the transparent material.
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The Rising Cost of Jet Fighters Accelerates Autonomous Jet Development
Expensive jets like the F-35 are accelerating the development of cheaper autonomous aircraft.
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Microlattice Helmet Material Dramatically Improves Impact Absorption
A new material, grown from liquid resin, could make football and military operations safer.
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Airbus Looks to Reduce Emissions (and Maybe More) by Flying Craft in Formation
Airbus is set to test computer-controlled tandem commercial flights, but is there more to the test?
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3D Printed Polymers Structures Prove Harder than Diamond – Can Stop Bullets
3D printing a theoretical material structure displays properties similar to carbon nanotubes.
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Sensitive Epidermal VR Interface Transforms Signals into Realistic Touch
A new epidermal VR interface imparts a sense of touch through electronic signal.
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US Army Field Tests a Universal, Autonomous, Robotic Driver
The US Army is developing a universal autonomous system that requires no a priori info to navigate.
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Stretchable Liquid Metal Keeps Conductivity Even Under Strain
USAF developed a liquid metal conductor that could power wearables and textiles.
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New Device Instantly Detects Airborne Chemicals
Real-time monitoring for haze outbreaks, detection of gas leaks, and industrial air pollution.
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Quantum Supremacy Isn’t a Thing – The Case of Google vs IBM
Google and IBM debate claims of Quantum Supremacy.
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Relative Robots Will Change the Way Robots Work
New bots expand the capabilities of robotics and dramatically advance manufacturing techniques.
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Would You Fly on Wings of Foam?
A new concoction of epoxy and foam metal might lead to better performing flying machines.
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NASA Receives First All-Electric Aircraft, Readies It for Flight
NASA readies an electric plane to streamline the development of electric aircraft.
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Nano-Scale Hack Leads to Stronger Silver
Engineers develop a new class of electrically conductive materials.
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Your Refrigerator, But Now with a Twist
A new method for cooling spins traditional refrigeration technology on its head.
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NASA Considers Shapeshifting Drones for Upcoming Missions
NASA engineers are working on a shapeshifting exploration drone to explore alien worlds.
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Genovation Introduces the World’s Fastest Electric Production Car
A gutted Corvette becomes the vehicle to expand the definition of all-electric speed.
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Scania Introduces an Autonomous Loader Meant for the Mines
Scania leverages the constraints of a mine environment to develop their autonomous heavy loader.
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A New Experimental Coronagraph Is Approved for Exoplanet Hunting
The WFIRST space telescope gets an experimental coronograph to precisely hunt exoplanets.
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