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Roboats Bridge the Gaps in Amsterdam’s Canals
Researchers at MIT are one step closer to building a dynamic bridge out of autonomous robots.
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Do Human-Compatible Soft Robots Have Good Taste?
Novel gripper technology allows completion of pick-and-place operations with chemical sensing.
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Beyond 1 and 0: Increasing Feasibility of Multi-Value Logic Transistors
Quantized extended state in silicon-zinc oxide hybrid chip lets transistors exist in three states.
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The Most Complete Study of Battery Failure Could Lead to Better Batteries
Modeling chemomechanical interplay within a battery can pave the way for faster charging times.
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Palm-Sized Robots Form Intelligent Swarms with a Long Battery Life
Hybrid application-specific integrated circuit has the potential to increase the operating time of i...
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Ground-Penetrating Radar Meets Virtual Reality Augmentation
New Surveying Method Takes the Guesswork and Delays Out of Ground Investigation.
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Ultrasound Patch Opens New Doors in Non-Destructive Testing Methods
Flexible island-bridge structure embedded in silicone elastomer enables probe to conform to irregula...
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New Water Treatments Address Biological and Synthetic Contaminants
Using principles of water flow and chemical adsorption, researchers created a cheap, efficient filtr...
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Evolutionary Selection Yields Roll-to-Roll Production Of Single Layer Graphene
Novel design for carbon vapor deposition furnaces eliminates defects in graphene sheet by encouragin...
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Tokyo Tech 6-Legged Controller Gets Closer to Nature
New controller from the Tokyo Institute of Technology achieves lifelike movements.
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An Algorithm Helps Self-Driving Cars See Around Corners
Stanford researchers develop technique to help autonomous cars see hidden objects around corners.
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Two Steps Closer to Harnessing Waste Heat for Energy Production
Advances in recently invented optical rectenna boost light-to-electricity conversion efficiency and ...
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