Lunes, 15 Mayo 2017

 

MIT researchers develop new way to clear pollutants from water

MIT News - Engineering

Electrochemical method can remove even tiny amounts of contamination.

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Making 3-D printing as simple as printing on paper

MIT News - Engineering

Startup’s cloud-based system allows for project queuing by multiple users and automated part removal.

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SolarStratos takes stratospheric step toward solar-powered flight

The Engineer

A prototype solar-electric aircraft has completed its maiden flight, an event that represents a milestone toward the first solar stratospheric flight in 2018.

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Teaching robots to teach other robots

MIT News - Engineering

CSAIL approach allows robots to learn a wider range of tasks using some basic knowledge and a single demo.

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5G Bytes: Millimeter Waves Explained

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

High-frequency millimeter waves will greatly increase wireless capacity and speeds for future 5G networks.

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World’s largest X-ray laser generates first light

The Engineer

The world’s largest X-ray laser has generated its first X-ray laser light, an achievement that represents the last major milestone before its official opening in September.

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MIT opens its energy-use data to the community

MIT News - Engineering

Campus energy “dashboard” will provide detailed information to Institute’s faculty, staff, and students.

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Drone Uses AI and 11,500 Crashes to Learn How to Fly

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

“Learning to Fly by Crashing,” a paper from CMU roboticists Dhiraj Gandhi, Lerrel Pinto, and Abhinav Gupta, has such a nice abstract that I’ll just let them explain what this research is all about…

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Biologists identify key step in lung cancer evolution

MIT News - Engineering

Blocking the transition to a more aggressive state could offer a new treatment strategy.

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Witricity Leverages Magnetic Resonance for Flexible Wireless Charging

IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

Imagine coming home and dropping your phone, laptop, and Bluetooth® headset on your kitchen table so that they all recharge, simultaneously. Or driving your electric car into a garage, parking above a mat, and knowing it will be charged in the morning. Or being told by your doctor that there is a new medical implant to replace the one you wear—and the new version does not include power cords or the need to replace batteries.

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