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Engineered Design: Generating Power While Transporting Freight or Ropeways: New Hybrid Belt System
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Wearable PPE Technology Including Sensors and Biometrics May Protect Workers from Viruses and Injury
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REE and American Axle & Manufacturing to co-develop new electric propulsion system for e-Mobility
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Medical PPE Upgrades with Technology
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High Tech “Air Helmets” Next Leap in PPE for Medical and Vulnerable Audiences

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Oil Industry News: Oil Companies Shedding Assets

Some of the biggest energy companies in the world are offloading their assets to keep up with the drop in demand. The oil and gas industry has been one of …

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Astronauts Harvest Radishes on Space Station

On November 30, 2020, an astronaut by the name of Kate Rubins successfully harvested the first group of “space radishes” in human history. Rubins picked 20 radishes that were grown …

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Cars with “Nerves”? Self diagnostics and magnetostrictive material may deliver cars with feeling.

Researchers from Clemson University have been working on a type of smart material likened to nerves due to its ability to sense damage inflicted on the vehicles equipped with the …

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Berkeley Lab scientists Junqiao Wu, Fan Yang, and Changhyun Ko (l-r) are working at the nano-Auger electron spectroscopy instrument at the Molecular Foundry, a DOE Office of Science User Facility. They used the instrument to determine the amount of tungsten in the tungsten-vanadium dioxide (WVO2) nanobeams. (Credit: Marilyn Chung/Berkeley Lab)

Vanadium dioxide (VO2) metal conducts electricity — with ten times less heat

  A team of researchers led by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently discovered a metal that conducts electricity without producing or requiring excess heat. While it would not be …

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Nanotechnology key to energy storage, solar energy industries

The energy sector, including energy storage, solar power and hydrogen storage, will see great advances in the coming two decades, and nanotechnology will be a key driver of that progress. …

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Study on the Effects of Space on Humans Has Interesting Results

Irish astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly engaged in an experiment to determine the effects of space on human anatomy. Scott travelled to the International Space Station, while his twin brother …

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How 5G will change cities forever

While 5G is technically already around, a widespread release across the world will not be seen until late 2019 or early 2020. The first places we will start to see …

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Could the Future of Energy be Entirely Renewable?

​As the world shifts toward greener alternatives to fossil fuels and eco-friendly lifestyles, we begin to wonder just how far we are capable of going. Are there enough options and …

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Engineers use captured carbon to create new form of concrete

A multi-disciplinary team of researchers at the UCLA Luskin Centre for Innovation has developed a process for turning a harmful by-product of the cement industry into a harmless raw material …

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