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  • Elon Musk Reveals First Photo of Boring Company’s Tunnel Under LA

    30 Oct 2017
    Source: Eric Olson
    The tunnel is intended to be part of an underground transportation network carrying cars and “people pods” on electric sleds at speeds up to 150 miles per hour.
  • NASA and JAXA Find Moon Tunnel Ideal for First Moonbase

    30 Oct 2017
    Source: Gary Kardys
    Scientists at JAXA, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, found a network of tunnels on the moon that would be perfect for the first lunar settlement. The Moon cave would shield lunar settlers and their equipment from cosmic radiation and meteorites.
  • See a Close-Up of Lithium Dendrite Growth in Batteries

    28 Oct 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    The microscopy technique that was awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was used to document the first atomic-level images of dendrites.
  • Watch: Mobile Stroke Unit Brings the Hospital to the Patient

    28 Oct 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    A specialized ambulance unit transporting highly trained personnel in Santa Monica, California, is now the first mobile stroke unit on the West Coast.
  • How Composite Materials Challenge the Automotive Manufacturing Industry - Part 1 Cost Barriers

    28 Oct 2017
    Source: Gary Kardys
    Using composite materials for high-volume automotive production is a challenge for a variety of reasons such as cost barriers (raw material, manufacturing, equipment costs), material properties and performance, composite manufacturing processes, joining and assembly, finishing and coating, inspection and quality assurance, after-market repair or replacement, capital equipment cost, and composite design knowledge. How can the automotive industry tackle the barriers to broader implementation of composites and increased light-weighting?
  • Watch: Taking Soft Sensors to the Next Level

    26 Oct 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Researchers have taken soft sensor technology to the next level by creating a new type of flexible sensor that does not require wiring or electronics to be encased within the material.
  • Collaborative Robotics Driving Manufacturing Productivity Gains

    26 Oct 2017
    Source: Eric Olson
    Automation can help improve process quality, consistency and throughput by allowing robots to perform repetitive, boring or unsafe tasks while humans engage in operations that require their superior cognitive abilities, skill and judgment.
  • Video: Romeo Launches Breakthrough Personal Power Pack

    26 Oct 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    The energy storage technology company’s first consumer product features superior charge time and safety for personal power anywhere.
  • The Evolving Global Landscape for Hazardous Locations Industries

    25 Oct 2017
    Source: Sponsored Video
    How testing with a recognized HazLoc Certification Body can help you achieve global market export.
  • Letting Amazon in Your Home

    25 Oct 2017
    Source: Marie Donlon
    Expecting a package and can’t be home in time for delivery? No problem thanks to a new service from Amazon where Amazon couriers can unlock your door and safely leave packages in your home.
  • Video: High Efficiency Electric Motor for the Bus Market

    24 Oct 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    With the new S-model PowerDRUM, Visedo has achieved a 10 percent increase in power output as well as better cooling.
  • Learning How to Play the Piano Using an LED Strip

    23 Oct 2017
    Source: Marie Donlon
    Want to learn how to play the piano without the cost of expensive lessons? China’s One Music Group is offering a solution with its Piano Hi-Lite.
  • Removing Ice with a Gust of Wind

    20 Oct 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    A new study examines the role that surface characteristics play in ease of ice removal.
  • SeaWalk Offers Cruise Lines Larger Ships and More Remote Ports of Call

    20 Oct 2017
    Source: Gary Kardys
    Docks or piers are not always available at the new or deeper ports of call that are increasingly required for larger cruise ships. SeaWalk™ self-propelled floating piers has been deployed at many of these ports as they offer lesser environmental impacts, lower cost, and faster installation time.
  • Watch: Human Fertilization Meets 'Star Wars'

    19 Oct 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Scientists gained new molecular-scale process insight when they used a Star Wars motif to create this engaging video depicting the fight for supremacy among sperm.
  • Watch the Evolution of the World's First Floating Wind Farm

    19 Oct 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    The six 5 MW floating turbines comprising the 30MW Hywind Scotland project have started delivering wind-generated energy to the grid.
  • SR-72 Hypersonic Aircraft Will Travel at Six Times the Speed of Sound

    19 Oct 2017
    Source: Eric Olson
    In development at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works, the optionally piloted aircraft will have long range strike and reconnaissance capabilities and a top speed twice as fast as its predecessor, the SR-71 Blackbird.
  • Watch: 10 Easy (and Realistic) Ways to 'Go Green'

    18 Oct 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Reducing one’s environmental footprint doesn't have to involve a great deal of effort or expense. Here are some easy and realistic steps anyone can take.
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