Entries for 'Matthew Greenwood'

Bill Gates’ Nuclear Reactor Hits a Roadblock
After a project in China fell through, Gates is hoping the U.S. will step up with funding.
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737 MAX Certification Could Open Big Rifts in Global Aviation Market
Global regulators may no longer trust the FAA and Boeing to fix the plane.
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New 737 MAX Flaw Discovered as Boeing Aims for Recertification
The planemaker is completely redesigning its software in light of the new problem.
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New Exascale Computer to Manage U.S. Nuclear Arsenal
Cray’s supercomputer will be seven times faster than today’s fastest machine.
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A Peek Inside the Black Box—Which Has Probably Saved Your Life
In truth, it was never black, and is actually two devices that record invaluable flight data.
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Engineers Use 3D Printing to Turn 2D Materials into Electrodes
MXene is converted into printable ink that conducts electricity when it dries.
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Chinese Private-Sector Company Launches a History-Making Rocket
iSpace is the first Chinese company to successfully launch a vehicle into orbit.
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IoT-Enabled Flexible Sensors Can Be Applied Like a Temporary Tattoo
Engineers use nano ink and hydrogel to create transfer-printed electrodes.
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New Device Could Detect Sepsis in Minutes, Not Hours
Microfluidics-based technology could help speed up treatment and save lives.
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NASA Awards Contract for 3D Printing in Orbit
The technology could make it easier to reach the Moon and Mars.
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Engine Failure on Delta Flight Caught on Film
Old MD-88 passenger jets can be prone to engine problems.
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Ring-Shaped Drone Flies Twice as Long as Others
Innovative machine uses two propellers and a stabilizing algorithm.
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New Material Disinfects With UV Light
2D technology could be a powerful new tool to fight superbugs.
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Iran's Home-Grown Missile System Downs U.S. Military's Most Advanced Drone
Iran may have a greater capability of defending its airspace than the Pentagon believed.
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Will Hypersonic Weapons Mean a New Arms Race?
China, the U.S. and Russia are all developing maneuverable missiles that can exceed Mach 5.
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Engineers Use CO2 to Make Fracking Greener
New technology would reduce the drain on water resources and could be used to reduce CO2 emissions.
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Is China’s Reusable Hypersonic Space Launcher Actually a Weapon?
The design combines a launcher and “dual waverider” vehicle, but it’s unclear what the technology is...
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Rocket Lab Enters the Smallsat Market
New launch platform is designed to service the booming industry.
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Chinese “Artificial Sun” Reactor Could Unlock Limitless Clean Energy
Facility reaches millions of degrees to trigger fission reactions.
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Missile Defense: Does It Really Work?
While the Pentagon is committed to strategic missile defense, others question if the system works at...
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