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Video Friday: youBots and Drones, Dash in a Box, and a New ASIMO?
Video Friday is back, and bigger than ever
(Apr 18, 2014)
Heartbleed Bug Bit Before Patches Were Put in Place
Extent of Heartbleed threat still being assessed
(Apr 18, 2014)
Many Americans Wary of Drones, Robot Caregivers and Google Glass
New survey shows Americans are skeptical of controversial technologies despite being technological...
(Apr 18, 2014)
Photoluminescent Nanoparticles Kill Cancer
Researchers discover novel nanoparticle that when triggered by X-rays can treat tumor tissue
(Apr 17, 2014)
Unbounded Robotics UBR-1 Now Available for Pre-Order
This mobile manipulator may be the next standard platform for research robotics
(Apr 17, 2014)
Tiny Particles Can Deliver Three Cancer Drugs to Target Tumors
MIT has figured out how to build tiny nanoparticles capable of carrying three or more cancer drugs
(Apr 17, 2014)
Nanomaterials Keep Pushing Lithium-Sulfur Battery Capabilities for EVs
Lithium-sulfur batteries are winning favor over Li-ion batteries for EVs thanks to nanomaterials
(Apr 16, 2014)
Google Earth Engine Brings Big Data to Environmental Activism
A new forest-mapping tool relies on unprecedented data crunching
(Apr 16, 2014)
Watch SRI's Nimble Microrobots Cooperate to Build Structures
Tiny robot swarms team up to create the future of manufacturing
(Apr 16, 2014)
FBI's Facial Recognition Database Will Include Non-Criminals
The FBI's new database of face images will allow law enforcement to search for suspect matches...
(Apr 16, 2014)
Research of a New 6-Dof Force Feedback Hand Controller System
The field of teleoperation with force telepresence has expanded its scope to include manipulation...
(Apr 16, 2014)
Nanostructures Could Bridge Gap Between Optics and Electronics
A new compound material could lead to medical imaging without X-rays
(Apr 15, 2014)
Bitcoin is a Tax Nightmare, But LibraTax Has Got You Covered
LibraTax automatically calculates gains and losses on Bitcoin transactions
(Apr 15, 2014)
Repurposed Military Drones Create Mobile Wireless Hotspots
DARPA wants to use old UAVs to form ad-hoc networks for front line troops
(Apr 15, 2014)
White Light, Stored Heat
MIT researchers have developed a new solar thermal technology that collects and stores the sun's...
(Apr 15, 2014)
IBM Combines Light Emission and Detection in Single Nanowire
Ability to combine light emission and detection promises to reduce complexity of nanophotonic chips
(Apr 14, 2014)
Patent Suggests Sony Still Sees Future for Household Robots
Is the Japanese electronics giant planning a return to robotics?
(Apr 14, 2014)
911 Outages Hit Washington State, Parts of Oregon
Also, six-year insurance premium error affects British Columbia drivers as ACA system-related...
(Apr 14, 2014)
Supercapacitor-Enhanced Hybrid Storage to Earn Cash for Subways
Philadelphia’s SEPTA subway system sells energy from regenerative braking to balance the grid, a...
(Apr 14, 2014)
Time to Rightsize the Grid?
Bigger isn't always better when it comes to interconnecting power systems
(Apr 14, 2014)