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Longevity May Not Be Necessary for Solar Panels to Make Sense
The financial viability of solar panels has often been tied to their durability.
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Designing Materials That Simulate Softness
Scientists are gaining a better understanding of how to better mimic the sensation of softness.
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New AI Model Could Predict Dangerous Storms Sooner and More Accurately
New model predicts severe weather based on satellite imagery of cloud rotation.
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Smart Speakers Could Save Thousands of Cardiac Arrest Victims Each Year
A new skill for Alexa and Google Home will detect cardiac arrest as it strikes device owners.
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Photos That Move: Turning 2D Images into 3D Events
Bring static images to life with augmented reality (AR).
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New AI System Makes Autonomous Vehicle Navigation More Humanlike
Using visual cues and easy-to-follow maps rather than rigorous computation of all roads in an area.
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7 Pieces of Advice New Engineers Need to Hear
Veteran engineers share what they wish they’d been told at the start of their careers.
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New Tool Monitors Blood Flow Remotely, Battery-Free
A wireless, battery-free, biodegradable blood flow sensor.
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CES 2019: Looking to the Future
There were surprises in every tech sector, but artificial intelligence stole the show.
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A Major LEAP for Motion Capture Technology
A Princeton University study has led to the development of an AI-driven tool that can track animal m...
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Material Usage Could Hold the Key to an Improved IoT Infrastructure
Researchers at Purdue University are working with a new material that could pack more data processin...
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Harley-Davidson Electric Motorcycle to Hit Market Next Year
The Livewire, which has been prototyped since 2014, will finally become available to the public in 2...
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AR Comes to Motorcycle Riding
Taiwanese manufacturer Jarvish will debut two new helmets in the coming year, both of which have the...
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Flying Cars Could Provide Deliveries to Underserved Communities
An enterprising company is looking to solve the problem of low accessibility with an unorthodox solu...
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New Augmented Reality Platform Could Help Save Lives in Combat and Other Crisis Areas
This headset connects medics in remote areas with highly experienced medical leaders worldwide to pr...
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Nanobots Could Soon Play a Military Role in Detoxifying Lethal Nerve Agents
Researchers have begun to develop a technique that would allow enzymes to function as controllable, ...
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Futuristic New Motorcycle Design Is Wild Enough to Work
Ex-Formula One driver Tarso Marques has turned his talents into building the most interesting lookin...
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Soft Microrobots Take an Eight-Legged Leap Forward
A new fabrication process unveiled last week has opened the door to multifunctional soft microrobots...
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New Bioinspired Robot Doesn’t Just Look Like a Fish—It Swims Like One
University of Maryland researcher applies fish features to robot design.
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High-Velocity Shrimp Weapon Could Inspire New Breed of Composite Materials
Researchers at Purdue University may have discovered the key to stronger composites in the unlikelie...
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