Microgrids Just Received An Upgraded

December 22, 2023 0

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has funded the development of a microgrid orchestrator designed to establish a network of microgrids that can be managed as a single cluster – essentially creating a grid of Read More

Honeybees Take The Lead In Robotics

December 7, 2023 0

A team from the University of Barcelona has trained a group of mini robots to reach a consensus on tasks by copying processes displayed by honeybees. The study could lead to the development of “simple Read More

New Superconducting Camera Contains 400,000 Pixels

November 17, 2023 0

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) – working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and the University of Colorado Boulder – has built a superconducting camera containing 400,000 pixels – 400 times more Read More

Meet Pibot, The New Humanoid Robot Pilot

November 10, 2023 0

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) are developing a humanoid robot pilot that can fly an aircraft without modifying the cockpit. The robot – called “Pibot” (PIlot+roBOT) –  is a Read More

How Can Threats Be Detected With Microbe-based Sensors?

September 25, 2023 0

DARPA recently released a broad agency announcement for the Tellus project, a 2.5-year, single-phase program which seeks to develop microbe-based sensors to monitor for existing and emerging threats, pollutants, or other changing environmental conditions. Currently, Read More

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