Nearly 8,000 pilots were flying blind at some point this year.Read More »
These sensors could also be used for pollution monitoring in industrial plants or other areas where the slightest change can lead to casualties.Read More »
We humans can be pretty dense sometimes, but after a series of hurricanes battered residents on both sides of the Atlantic this fall, even we’re getting Mother Nature’s hint. These not-so-subtle reminders of who’s really running the planet led architect Koen Olthuis to develop a floating hurricane-proof home concept.
Rising sea levels mean we could continue to see more powerful...Read More »
Recent studies are aimed at determining whether or not exoskeletons do anything.Read More »
Early conversations about getting away from fossil fuels brought hydrogen into the mix. After all, it burns cleanly, has a history as a fuel source, and there is a production infrastructure already in place.
The challenges with hydrogen are the complexity of that production process, the costs associated with it, the extremely flammable nature of the gas, and the fact that an entirely...Read More »
NASA’s 2020 mission to Mars will include a new rover with 23 cameras capable of providing panoramic images of the landscape, capturing data on the atmosphere, and assisting with other scientific experiments. These cameras are the largest number of ‘eyes’ ever used on a rover and offer an exciting look at how this technology has shaped such missions.
In addition to improvements in...Read More »