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Engineers develop a new class of electrically conductive materials. More >>

 

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Scania leverages the constraints of a mine environment to develop their autonomous heavy loader. More >>

 

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Engineering.com looks at the costs and benefits of transporting oil by rail and pipeline. More >>

 

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Researchers at the University of Missouri have developed eye-tracking technology for vehicle safety. More >>

 

The world’s darkest material has a bright future in aerospace and off-world. More >>

 

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