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Space Station Could Bring Weight to the Weightless
February 1, 2023
Zero-g conditions can make long-term stays in space unpleasant and even unhealthy. One startup is reviving an old idea to provide astronauts with a sense of up and down.
Training the Future Engineering Workforce
December 1, 2022
Industry and academia must collaborate on programs that provide students with the skills they want—and need—to prosper in tomorrow’s technology workplace.
Researchers Destroy “Forever Chemicals” Using Supercritical Water
January 2, 2023
“Forever chemicals” persist in the environment for many decades and are often a risk to health. Researchers have developed a reactor that can destroy these chemicals using supercritical water and high temperatures.
Engineers Work to Quiet the Ocean
February 9, 2023
Researchers at the University of British Columbia are working to reduce the shipping industry’s underwater sound footprint through strategies such as passive design and AI machine learning.
Robot Turns Artist's Commands to Graffiti
February 8, 2023
Graduate students at Georgia Tech devised a bot that mimics and magnifies human hand motions to produce art.
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