New material can lift 1000 times its own weight with a strain density 15 times greater than natural muscle.
UC San Diego engineers’ three-fingered, pneumatic gripper tactilely senses objects with nanotube sensors.
Researchers at EPFL are trying to improve the reliability and fault tolerance of intelligent systems by cooperative data sharing from other vehicles.
The automaker plans to test Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality technology globally to gain speed in designing more stylish vehicles for its customers.
Javelin will offer the Desktop Metal Studio System, an office-friendly metal 3D printing system and the Studio System, an end-to-end mass production solution.
The technique integrates soft, electrically conductive inks and matrix materials with rigid electronic components into a single, stretchable device.
HRL’s nanoparticle functionalization method solves the problem by decorating high-strength unweldable alloy powders with specially selected nanoparticles.