Algorithm tells robots where nearby humans are headed
A new tool for predicting a person's movement trajectory may help humans and robots work together in close proximity.
An entirely 3D printed rocket
Relativity is on a mission to create an entirely reimagined process to iterate and scale rockets quickly and build them in space.
Holes in Antarctic sea ice explained by years of robotic data
A new study combines satellite images of the sea ice cover, robotic drifters and even seals outfitted with sensors to better understand the phenomenon. The research explores why this hole appears in only some years, and what role it could play in the larger ocean circulation.
Electric Light Aircraft Order Rush: Deeply Significant
Not long ago it was just dreams. Small internal-combustion aircraft provide taxi services, serve the declining market for private flying and a few other needs. Some are over 30 years old because total cost of ownership is an issue. Designing electric replacements seemed like entering a dust bowl.
First successful CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing done in space
For the first time, astronauts have used CRISPR/Cas9 technology to edit DNA in space. The gene editing technique was deployed on the International Space Station.
Electric Vehicles Go High Voltage
The new IDTechEx report, "Electric Vehicles 2020-2030" is the most thorough on the subject with 100 categories forecasted by number and market value and many newly-revealed trends and predictions.
Using AI to land drones smoothly
New system employs a deep neural network to overcome the challenge of ground-effect turbulenc.
NASA funds aviation research on a new fuel concept
Researchers are leading a newly funded project from NASA to develop a novel approach for all-electric aircraft.
Inflatable robots destined for space
Equipped with funding and support from NASA, mechanical engineers have built an inflatable robot made with fabric.
NASA's new flying robots: Bee-ing in space for the first time
Bees are known to be both busy and hard-working, and NASA's new free-flying space robots, called Astrobee, will soon have the same reputation. Unlike bees that live on Earth, the robots will do their work flying alongside astronauts inside the International Space Station and will play a critical role in supporting innovative and sustainable exploration of the Moon, Mars and beyond.
Squishy robots can drop from a helicopter and land safely
New soccer-ball-shaped robots have the remarkable ability to fall from a height of more than 600 feet and be no worse for wear. Built of a network of rods linked by contracting cables, they can also shapeshift in order to crawl from one point to another.
Smart building materials that move
Smart building materials could revolutionize architecture, change the way buildings are constructed and ultimately reduce the building industry's massive carbon footprint.
Robotic bees to join astronauts in space
There are some things only humans can do in space. The rest can be left to robots. To free up valuable time for astronauts living and working aboard the International Space Station, NASA is sending three robotic helpers to the orbiting outpost.
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