ITRI’s Fluid-Driven Emergency Lighting Technology is the world’s first ergonomics-oriented hydroelectric fire-fighting technology. It uses the existing water supply on the fire site to produce electricity.
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is getting closer to lowering the cost of spaceflight.
Meet a new class of water-resistant UAVs.
Is there alien life on Mars? A new robotic probe will soon find out.
Harvard researchers have designed a new type of foldable material that is versatile, tunable and self actuated. It can change size, volume and shape; it can fold flat to withstand the weight of an elephant without breaking, and pop right back up to prepare for the next task.
The tire of the future, according to Goodyear, is spherical, absorbent, and capable of sensing road and weather conditions.
It’s a space race unlike any other—one not between governments with seemingly endless resources, but between entrepreneurs with dreams of a new era of affordable space exploration.
Matthew Phillips and his team of investigators from HRL's Information & System Sciences Laboratory used transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in order to improve learning and skill retention.
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At about four light-years from the sun, Alpha Centauri is the closest star system to the solar system. While that may seem relatively close, it would still take humanity thousands of years to reach, based on current propulsion technology.