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A zero-emission reusable stratospheric balloon developed by Urban Sky for remote sensing could one day be used for real-time wildfire monitoring.
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A research team has demonstrated a promising method to easily manufacture self-folding origami honeycomb structures.
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Scientists say that such oil-rich duckweed could easily be harvested to produce biofuels or other bioproducts.
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The core of the Green Screen consists of noise-absorbing mineral wool, which also serves as a vertical surface for evaporating rain coming from the roofs of the adjacent buildings.
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When solar panels are placed horizontally, they harvest 15-20 percent less energy from the sun, and hence consumers end up paying a higher price for the harvested energy.
Volvo started teasing out some of the details of its all-electric replacement for the XC90 SUV, dubbed the EX90.
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According to the NASA Earth Observatory, air temperatures on Earth have been rising since the Industrial Revolution. Here is a suggestion about one way that engineers could help reduce the problems caused by that in their everyday work.
Using state-of-the-art indium phosphide transistors and a basic computer and mirrors, researchers were able to produce images of concealed bodies.
A group of University of Texas at Dallas researchers have invented energy-harvesting yarns made from carbon nanotubes that produce electricity when repeatedly stretched.
Engineers developed soft devices containing algae that glow when under mechanical stress —perfect for building soft robots.
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