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Vijay Kumar discusses the future of autonomous aerial robots, and how working with swarms could lead to Precision Farming and improve First Response in emergencies.
Inspired by the structure of the human bone, Boeing's new microlattice is the lightest metal yet—made up 99.99 percent air yet strong enough to be used for building planes and spacecraft.
Siddhartha Mukherjee discusses the future of medicine—when diseases will be treated with a cell instead of with a pill.
The Fused Reality System puts the flight-training simulator inside the actual aircraft, allowing pilots practice difficult, simulated tasks under real flying conditions.
The ambulance drone from TU Delft can fly up to 100 km per hour, delivering a defibrillator and other lifesaving supplies in minutes and significantly increasing the victim’s chance of recovery.
The ICON A5 is a personal plane for the average consumer, able to take off from land or water and fold small enough to fit in a garage.
Kevin Stone of Aperion Biologics discusses the Z-lig tendon system, a unique technique of using animal tissue to help facilitate ACL joint replacement surgeries.
A new 3D printer from the MIT Mediated Matter Group able to print objects using molten glass could open the door to an exciting array of transparent design potentials.
Disaster robotics engineer Robin Murphy discusses her rescue robots, and how they can make a disaster go away faster.
In an effort combat the ongoing drought in California, officials have launched millions of plastic “shade balls” into a 175-acre groundwater reservoir.
Patience Mthunzi discusses her radical idea of curing HIV by using lasers to deliver medication inside the infected cells.
The ultra-smart, Bluetooth-equipped, 3D-printed BoomCast not only conforms to the needs of the individual, it also tracks healing and sends updates the patient’s physician.
A new, advanced masking tape developed by BAE Systems leaves no residue when peeled away—potentially saving the aerospace industry millions of dollars in manufacturing costs.
NASA engineers are investigating the feasibility of Windbots—lightweight, spherical robots that could ride on the winds of Jupiter and Saturn to explore the giant gas planets.
The only home HIV self test to be CE certified, the BioSURE test is the first of its kind to allow individuals to carry out an HIV test in the privacy of their own home.