Entries for 'Phillip Keane'

China’s Private Space Race
China is quietly and rapidly ramping up its commercial space launch industry.
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Falcon Heavy and Cars in Space—Good Outreach and Beyond
The Falcon Heavy makes its impressive and imperfect maiden flight.
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Singapore Airshow 2018—The Aircraft
An overview of the aircraft featured at the Singapore Airshow.
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Singapore Airshow 2018 Highlights New Tech in Aviation
Laser welding, unmanned air freighters and VR crew training are showcased at the airshow.
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Singapore Space Conference Announces Singaporean Astronaut and International Cooperation
GSTC 2018 promises greater foreign cooperation in space activities.
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Pulses of Light to Encrypt Data and Protect Security of Cryptocurrencies
New frequency comb is smaller and more efficient, and relies on quantum entanglement.
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Robot Can Treat Rare Birth Defect
Implanted robot can stretch oesophagus and stimulate cell growth.
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Stingray Soft Robot Uses Heart Cells for Movement
Bio-inspired robot could lead to breakthroughs in cardiac medicine.
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Soft Self-Healing Devices Mimic Biological Muscles
Colorado team makes advances in bio-inspired soft robotics.
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One-step Catalyst Turns Nitrates into Water and Air
Nanoparticle Catalysts Can Help Reduce Agricultural Pollution.
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New Method Allows the Production of High Performance Nanofibers
New process enables high strength nanofibers suited for lightweight body armor.
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Engineers Program Robotic Bees to Move and Think Like Bees
Cornell Researchers Use Biomimicry to Emulate Bee Brains.
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Top 10 Gifts for Engineers
Still struggling to find a holiday gift for the engineer in your life? Check out these 10 suggestion...
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New Catalyst Brings Commercial Metal-Air Batteries Closer to Reality
Porous perovskite nanofibers can help to reduce the cost of metal-air batteries.
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Researchers Devise Computer Learning-Based Automatic Materials Cookbook
Material science research may be about to get a boost with the aid of an automated smart database.
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Research Into Stability of Nanowire Conductivity Could Mean Breakthroughs in Nanomedicine
Swansea team releases paper on how geometry of nanowires can affect conductive performance.
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Micropillar Compression Test Technique Helps to Measure Strength of Concrete
Researchers manufacture microscale test pieces to isolate strength-giving compounds in concrete.
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Bio-Inspired Spider Silk Microphones May Be on the Horizon
Spider silk can be used as tiny airflow sensors providing super-efficient sound wave detection.
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Finger Vibrations can be used to Verify Identity
New research paper shows how any surface can be turned into a smart access point.
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Top 10 Accessories for Engineers
What essential engineering accessories would you take to a desert island?
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