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A Squishy Motor for Soft Robotics
Engineers develop rotary actuators based on pneumatically driven elastomeric structures.
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Adding Bugs to Make Software Better
Engineers find vulnerabilities by intentionally adding swarms of bugs to source code.
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How Wearables Can Betray Your ATM PIN
Algorithm uses data from wearable devices to infer PINs and passwords.
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Seeing in the Dark with Artificial Eyes
Fish eyes inspire lens for improved night vision.
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Breakthrough in Shape-Changing Materials
Applying heat and light stimulates material self-assembly.
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Engineers Design Programmable RNA Vaccines
Vaccine developed to fight Ebola, influenza and a common parasite can be manufactured in a week.
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Fuel-Efficient Engines at an Environmental Cost
Direct injection engines emit lower levels of CO2 but also produce more climate-warming black carbon...
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Engineers Sort Cells with Sound
Microfluidic device distinguishes cells based on how they respond to acoustic vibrations.
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The Robot That Folds Your Clothes
FoldiMate Family eliminates the tedious chore of folding and ironing clothes (sort of).
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Finding Oil, Gas and Minerals from the Air
Gravity gradiometry sensor finds resources beneath the Earth’s surface.
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AI Foley Artist Fools Human Ears
Video-trained system could help robots understand how objects interact with the world.
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Octopuses Inspire New Suction-Based Adhesive
Engineers mimic properties of octopus tentacles to make adhesive pads.
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Burnt Bread Makes Strong Carbon Foam?
How to create a multiuse carbon foam from ordinary bread.
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Synthetic Gene Circuits Process Analog and Digital Signals
Engineered cells can perform complex calculations.
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Draft Beer at 36,000 Feet
Heineken and KLM Royal Dutch collaborate to give passengers beer on-tap.
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Electric Motorcycle Refuses to Tip Over
Gyro-stabilized C-1 aims to reduce urban automobile emissions.
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Engineers Target Gluten-Free Meals
Portable sensor detects trace amounts of gluten in food at restaurants.
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Engineers Turn Locusts into Cyborg Sensing Machines
Biorobotic sensing systems could be used in homeland security applications.
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Lilium Aims to Make Personal Home Aircraft a Reality
Another ambitious flying car design that’s unlikely to reach the mass market.
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Engineers Find a Better Way to Boil Water
Piezoelectric inkjet printing improves water boiling in industrial and electronics applications.
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