Engineering Challenge: Design a Waterless Solar Panel Cleaner

A sustainable energy company is looking for design ideas for an autonomous PV panel cleaning system.

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Solid-State Battery 3D Printing Preps for Production

Silicon Valley startup KeraCel is developing technology for producing batteries.

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Solid-State Battery 3D Printing Preps for Production

Silicon Valley startup KeraCel is developing technology for producing batteries.

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Rethinking Agriculture and Transportation Infrastructure in a Climate Changed U.S.

An engineer outlines the agriculture and transporation changes needed to survive climate change.

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Autonomous Vessel Readied for Oil Spill Response

A new autonomous sea-faring system aims to control oil spills before they get out of control.

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New Sensor Could Provide More Oceanic Data

An MIT team has developed a battery-free sensor for underwater exploration to transmit data.

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Infographic: How Green is Your EV? We Do the Math on Electric Cars.

EVs don't emit greenhouse gases themselves but how is the electricity generated to charge them?

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What Will It Take to Electrify the U.S. Grid?

Engineering.com speaks to John Mitchell about electrifying U.S. infrastructure.

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Is My Electric Vehicle Really Green?

Are electric vehicles greener than internal combustion engines? Here's what the research says.

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Is My Electric Vehicle Really Green?

Are electric vehicles greener than internal combustion engines? Here's what the research says.

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NASA Tests Refueling Arm to Prove It Can Extend Space Flight Potential

NASA makes progress with refueling mission and gets one step closer to colonizing the stars.

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Algae Filter Paper Offers New Hope for Stopping Waterborne Illness

A newly developed algal filter could reduce the spread of disease in poorer countries.

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How Additive Manufacturing Drives Sustainable Manufacturing

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion provides new opportunities for environmental sustainability.

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Ethics in Engineering and The Rise of Deepfakes

Do Engineers Think About Technology Equally as Both Tools and as Weapons?

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