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Surviving in Space: Why Going to Mars Is Even Tougher than You Thought
The Chief Life Scientist of the Canadian Space Agency explains the many unsolved hazards of space tr...
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NAIAS: The Coolest Cars in Detroit
A look at concepts, EVs, and hybrids from the North American International Auto Show.
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Turning Autonomous Cars into Robot Traffic Managers
Flow is a machine learning solution to alleviate mixed autonomy traffic.
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Shape-Shifting Robot Can Perceive Its Surroundings
Modular self-reconfigurable robot brings us one step closer to Transformers.
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ProjectBoard: The Social Network to Make Ideas Happen
ProjectBoard is designed to let engineers, designers and students collaborate with a community to re...
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Stephen Hawking, Acclaimed Theoretical Physicist, Passes Away at 76
Hawking will be remembered for his intellect, sharp wit and as an inspiration to scientists worldwid...
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This Is What the Segway Should Have Been
The URB-E foldable electric vehicle makes personal transportation a breeze.
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The Difference Between Science and Engineering
Elon Musk weighs in on who’s better: scientists or engineers.
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Hyperloop - The Story So Far
From Elon Musk to Hyperloop One, we review the progress on the fifth mode of transportation.
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Drone Age - Rise of the Flying Robots
How UAVs are shaping the future of warfare, recreation and everything in between.
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The Promise and Peril of Programmable Matter
Modular robotics, metamaterials, magic paint cans and the truth about grey goo.
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Artificial Intelligence and Engineering
What is AI, what can engineers can use it for and how might it affect the engineering profession?
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New Security Method Prevents Spoofing in Multi-Robot Systems
Technique uses “spatial fingerprints” of wireless signals to identify fake robots.
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Who was the First Engineer?
From Archimedes to al-Jazari, who deserves the title of World's First Engineer?
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Thubber Combines Elasticity with Thermal Conductivity
Stretchable rubber achieves thermal and mechanical properties suitable for flexible electronics, art...
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New Tracking Scheme for Autonomous Vehicles
Regional path tracking method could improve self-driving vehicle performance.
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A Cloud-Enabled Helper Robot
QIHAN's Sanbot, recently debuted at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
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Could These Nanosensors Replace TNT Sniffer Dogs?
New sensors use MOPs and SiNW-based FETs to allow quantitative explosive sensing.
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Flat Optical Lenses May Lead to Cheaper, Lighter Cameras
Engineers stack metasurfaces to create flat lenses with 70 degree angular range.
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Using CubeSats to Learn About Space Weather
Student group designs miniature fluxgate magnetometer to fly aboard the Ex-Alta 1 CubeSat
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