In this episode, a lightweight exoskeleton for the masses and DARPA’s plans to pluck drones out of the sky.
In this episode, AT&T announces plans to test an ultra-fast wireless broadband and an invisible underwater robot.
Ficosa researches, develops and manufactures high-tech vision safety, connectivity and efficiency systems for the automotive industry.
In this episode, synthetic hagfish slime and the US Army’s hoverbike prototype.
Porsche issued the recall because the seat mounted air bag inflator might not ignite during a crash — meaning the air bag might not deploy at all.
The complaint says that, to date, Faraday Future has only paid about $20,000 of the balance owed.
In this episode, why these nanoparticles could lead to more efficient metalworking and a new partnership between Ford and the City of London.
In this episode, 3D-printed rocket fuel and autonomous trucks hit the streets (and ports) of Singapore.
In this episode, using an artificial leaf to harvest hydrogen fuel and what happens after we land on Mars.
By 2018, Tesla expects the Gigafactory will produce nearly as much as the rest of the entire world’s battery production combined.
Ford CEO Mark Fields said that, despite Trump's persistent criticism, the automaker's decision was "done independently" of the president-...
Using sawdust to soak up oil spills and why giving robots hair could make them more effective.
A roundup of the 10 stories you couldn't get enough of in 2016.
In this episode, achieving night vision with nanocrystals and a look at John Deere’s electric tractor concept.
In this episode, collecting energy from bacteria that eats poop and a very anti-drone gun.
On Tuesday, the incoming Trump administration revealed that it reached a deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana, instead of moving them to Mexico.
In southern France, three members of the Dubai Jetman team flew alongside the iconic alphajet team for a nine-minute demonstration.
In this episode, using clothing to keep chemicals out of water and a look at the tech behind Tesla’s self-driving cars.
In this episode, how E. coli can be helpful and why EVs might be too quiet.
During his campaign for the presidency, Donald Trump spoke critically against the current state of trade between China and the U.S.
In this episode, turning scrap metal into batteries and a chain-smoking robot.
Designed as Hubble's successor, the telescope will now begin testing before its scheduled launch in October 2018.
The pipeline was shut down on Monday, October 31 following a massive explosion that left several workers injured and one dead at the scene.
In addition to leaking thousands of gallons of gasoline, the blast left several workers injured and one dead at the scene.
BASF says the deadly Oct. 17 blast was likely caused by a contractor error.
The USS Carney conducts routine patrol out of the Black Sea.
In this episode, replacing elevators with human power and beer that fights climate change.
A Ford spokesperson said all 1,500 employees at the Dearborn, Michigan, headquarters were sent home for the day as a precaution.
In this episode, a robot that sweats and what the future of autonomous warfare might look like.
On Thursday, BASF said the blast was likely caused when a contractor mistakenly cut the wrong pipeline during scheduled maintenance.
Coming soon to a grocery store near you: Girl Scout cookie-inspired cereal.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, approximately 3 million workers are injured on the job every year, with more than 4,500 killed.
In this episode, developing more efficient industrial equipment and Honda tries its hand at 3D printing.
Tesla Motors has invested millions in R&D in its short decade-long history. But how does that compare to traditional car manufacturers?
On Monday, Caterpillar announced that Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman would retire and be replaced by Jim Umpleby effective January 1.
However, even with this slight gain, manufacturing production has been predominantly flat throughout the year.
Currently 330 feet long, the luminescent path reflects the accumulated sunlight from the day and glows in the dark come sundown.
In this episode, Volvo’s pedestrian detection system for buses and robots that teach.
In this episode, giving car boots the boot and creating rocket fuel from water to power satellites and spaceships.