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The Lilium Jet Five Seater All-Electric Air Taxi
The Lilium Jet takes another huge step towards making urban air mobility a reality.
May 17th, 2019
Boston Dynamics Shows Off Birdlike Warehouse Logistics Robot
The latest from Boston Dynamics and their viral robot videos is here, and it’s a warehouse worker.
Mar 29th, 2019
Adhesive Formed From Bee Spit and Flower Oil Could Form Basis of New Glues
Researchers are looking at that mixture of ingredients as a model for a bioinspired glue because of its unique adhesive properties and ability to remain sticky through a range of conditions.
Mar 28th, 2019
4D-Printed Materials Can Be Stiff as Wood or Soft as Sponge
Rutgers engineers' unique smart materials change shape as temperatures change.
Mar 22nd, 2019
'Terminator'-Like Liquid Metal Moves and Stretches in 3D Space
By adding magnetic particles, such as nickel or iron, researchers can produce liquid metals that they can manipulate with magnets.
Mar 22nd, 2019
Materials Could Delay Frost up to 300 Times Longer Than Existing Anti-Icing Coatings
Researchers describe for the first time several unique properties of materials known as phase-switching liquids, or PSLs, that hold promise as next-generation anti-icing materials.
Mar 19th, 2019
Is White Chocolate Actually Chocolate?
What is it about this creamy candy that sets it apart from the darker chocolates?
Mar 18th, 2019
Solar-Powered Moisture Harvester Collects and Cleans Water From Air
Engineers combine hydrogels that are both highly water absorbent and can release water upon heating to create unique material.
Mar 18th, 2019
Herbal Essences, TerraCycle Create Brand’s First-Ever Beach Plastic Bottle
Herbal Essences has teamed up with a waste management company, TerraCycle, to create recyclable shampoo and conditioner bottles made of 25 percent beach plastic.
Mar 14th, 2019
Citrus Scent Debunked!
The Reactions YouTube channel corrected its earlier published video, clearing up the confusion around R Limonene and S Limonene.
Jan 21st, 2019
How Does Low-Dose Aspirin Work?
Have you ever seen commercials suggesting people take a tiny dose of aspirin every day? Here’s why aspirin works in a baby-sized dose.
Jan 8th, 2019
Fact or Fiction: Uncooked Rice is Bad for Birds
You may have heard that throwing rice at weddings will hurt wild birds, but chemistry doesn't really support that myth.
Jan 4th, 2019
How Rünge Cars Are Built By Hand
Chris Rünge builds made-to-order sports cars in his garage.
Jan 2nd, 2019
Video: GM Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Worker Discusses Plant Closure
Dnitra Landon, a GM Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly worker, talks before the start of her shift about her feeling on the closing of the plant.
Nov 29th, 2018
Why Amazon Reportedly Wants To Open 3,000 Automated Stores
Amazon will reportedly open 3,000 physical stores within three years.
Nov 20th, 2018
This Urban Innovation Is Driving People Insane
The public has a love/hate relationship with e-scooters, but they might be key to building the city of the future.
Nov 14th, 2018
Professional Drone Builder Designs A Flying Car
Filipino inventor claims to make the first flying car concept called The Koncepto Millenya.
Nov 12th, 2018
Bugatti's Unbelievable Story of Beauty and Bad Business
Bugatti makes the world's most expensive cars, and, arguably, the most beautiful. But to truly understand the brand you must know its history.
Nov 7th, 2018
Bringing Handmade Back to America
Based in Providence, Rhode Island, Lotuff Leather creates handcrafted leather goods with their team of twenty two employees. One of their most complicated bags, the Triumph Briefcase, requires a multitude of skill sets to create; from leather working, to painting, to hand-stitching.
Oct 22nd, 2018
Watch: Universal Robots' Cobot Rings NYSE Closing Bell
The ringing of the closing bell on Oct. 17 at the New York Stock Exchange was highly unusual as the prestigious task was performed not by a human, but by a robot arm.
Oct 19th, 2018