Entries for 'Kyle Maxey'

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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Staring Into the Void: A New Blackest Material Arrives and It’s Built for Space
The world’s darkest material has a bright future in aerospace and off-world.
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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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NASA Announces Trip to Europa Paving the Way for Further ET Exploration
NASA readies a mission to Europa to explore the potential of off world, aquatic life.
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NASA Tests Refueling Arm to Prove It Can Extend Space Flight Potential
NASA makes progress with refueling mission and gets one step closer to colonizing the stars.
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New Valve Train Model Promises Increased Fuel Economy
A new hydraulically actuated valve train promises to increase fuel economy through electric control.
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Algae Filter Paper Offers New Hope for Stopping Waterborne Illness
A newly developed algal filter could reduce the spread of disease in poorer countries.
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Mars 2020 Rover Begins Nuclear Fueling Operations
NASA is moving forward with its next rover mission to Mars by adding nuclear fuel to platform.
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