Entries for 'Matthew Greenwood'

Robot Fights COVID-19 with UV-C Light
But it still won’t clean floors.
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Airbus vs. Boeing: Rock-Em, Sock-Em’s Next Round
The worldwide grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX has significantly altered the planemakers’ rivalry.
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A 120-Year-Old Porsche Could Inspire The Future of Electric Vehicles
In-wheel electric motors offer a promising alternative to conventional engines.
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Urban Air Mobility Takes the Stage at CES 2020
Hyundai and Bell showcase flying taxis and visions for urban transport.
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The Era of Satellite Constellations Has Arrived
More people will have access to high-speed internet than ever before—but there are tradeoffs.
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New Device Enables Two-Way Electric Vehicle Charging
Technology could charge vehicles, improve household power supply, and reduce strain on the grid.
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Tiny Nuclear Reactor Could Be the Future of Nuclear Energy
Innovative new prototype is 1/100th the size of a conventional reactor.
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Boeing CEO Resigns and 737 MAX Production Halts as Crisis Deepens
The FAA won’t commit to a deadline for returning the plane to service.
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NASA Plans to Park a Spacecraft in Lunar Orbit
The Gateway spacecraft would serve as a waystation on the way to the moon.
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Robots Use AI to Learn from Their Mistakes
Robot arm uses trial and error to solve problems.
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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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