Mechanobiology Gets Precise

March 27, 2023 0

Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES) have developed an electromagnetic device that will set a new benchmark for precision in the field of mechanobiology. The Read More

Flatburn, The Mobile Air Pollution Scanner

March 20, 2023 0

Researchers at MIT have created an open-source version of a low-cost, mobile pollution detector that could enable people to easily track air quality. The detector – called Flatburn – is part of a larger project, Read More

CBRN Defense Modernization Challenge

March 14, 2023 0

Due: April 14, 2023 Submit for a chance to pitch your CBRN Defense Modernization technology to top investment, industry and military tech-scouts as an unsolicited brief. Top ranked submissions will pitch in-person at the 2023 Read More

Natural Powdered Sweeteners

March 11, 2023 0

Due: April 7, 2023 Mondelez, the global snack and beverage company, is interested in revolutionizing their powdered beverage brands by removing sugar and artificial sweeteners. The food company has explored numerous sweetener alternatives and flavor Read More

Aeration Technologies For Dough

March 10, 2023 0

Due: April 7, 2023 In the baking industry, the density of a baked good is critical to delivering the best possible experience for the consumer. Anyone who has made a cookie, cracker, soft cake, or Read More

Meet SPIDAR, A Robot Inspired By Dragons

March 8, 2023 0

A team at The University of Tokyo recently introduced SPIDAR – a SPherIcally vectorable and Distributed rotors assisted Air-ground amphibious quadruped Robot. SPIDAR is a novel air-ground amphibious quadruped robot that has multimodal locomotion capability Read More

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