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Engineers Build World’s Largest NERF Gun
Engineers sure do know how to have fun—especially when oversized foam ballistics are involved.
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Hyperloop Test Proves It Really Could Work
Open-air test demonstrates the functionality of a linear-electric motor in powering the Hyperloop co...
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Engineers Bring Marvel Tech to Life
Grant Imahara kicks off project to recreate Captain America’s shield and Iron Man’s gauntlet.
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Minecraft Could Help Build AI, Block by Pixelated Block
Microsoft's Project AIX is developing an AI that can learn to play an open-ended video game.
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Russia Has an Amphibious Monster Truck—And You Can Buy One
SHERP ATV looks like an oversized Tonka truck and drives like a miniature tank.
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3 Augmented and Virtual Reality Headsets Coming Soon
AR and VR are poised to become the biggest technologies of 2016, but they have to be available and a...
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Engineers Bully Humanoid Robot with Hockey Sticks
Watch Boston Dynamics’ Atlas droid lift boxes and recover from face-plants with human-like skill.
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Office Chairs Can Park Themselves – but Not Autonomously
You may never get scolded again for not tucking in your chair, thanks to Nissan.
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Can Engineering Prevent Concussions in the Super Bowl?
As medical concerns rise in NFL games, we turn to 3D printing and generative design technology.
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New CO2 Laser Technique Isolates Cancer Cells
Open-source software enables mass-production of test environments for microtumors.
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The Firefighting Drone: FAROS to the Rescue!
UAV can fly and climb on walls to navigate dangerous high-rise fires.
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Wearable EEG Tracks Brain Waves On the Go
Hair-contact sensors offer potential medical, behavioral applications.
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed…Robot?
Santa is automating Christmas this year with robot reindeer from Boston Dynamics.
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Robots, Start Your Engines!
Autonomous cars just merged into the fast lane.
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Plastics: Pull Yourself Together, Man!
“Self-healing” polymer hydrogel duo pulls itself together to fix damaged circuits.
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IoT is Connecting Things on an International Scale
Internet-of-Things parking lots will be rolling out across two countries in early 2016.
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Robots Fixing Satellites: The Future of Deep Orbital Maintenance?
Robot with two “eyes” part of ISS mission to service satellites in distant orbits.
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Minimizing Telescopes with Irregular Mirrors
Using freeform optics in space may be the key to miniaturizing telescopes and other optical equipmen...
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Lithium-Air Batteries: The Key to Replacing the Internal Combustion Engine?
New version of lithium-air battery could quadruple driving range for electric cars.
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Combined LIDAR and GPS System Improves Air Safety
New collision avoidance system uses LIDAR and GPS to prevent collisions during takeoff and landing.
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