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posted in December 2012
Video: 3D Printing With Moon Rocks
Engineering Materials 
12/26/2012  20 comments
Washington State University engineers have 3D-printed some simple-shaped objects using a lunar regolith simulant, an artificial version of the mixture of loose dust, rock, and soil that covers solid bedrock.
Are Automotive 'Black Boxes' Secure?
Electronic News & Comment 
12/21/2012  22 comments
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration proposed a rule this month ordering automakers to put so-called "black boxes" in all new vehicles by late 2014, but some experts are concerned that the new rule won't protect the security of the data stored inside.
Video: Toshiba Develops Fukushima Robot
Blog 
12/18/2012  6 comments
Toshiba has built a robot to conduct investigative and recovery work in dangerous locations such as damaged nuclear plants.
Mystery Signals Show Up in Neurological Amplifiers
Sherlock Ohms 
12/11/2012  35 comments
The strange, sporadic noise problem was coming from somewhere -- maybe from a submarine detector?
Video: DARPA Stair-Climbing Robot Gets Arms
Blog 
12/11/2012  8 comments
A humanoid robot that robotics pioneer Boston Dynamics has been developing for DARPA now has arms. Is this a good thing?
Titanium-Aluminum Alloy Cuts Aircraft Weight
News 
12/7/2012  14 comments
A titanium-aluminum alloy with properties similar to conventional nickel superalloys could make jet turbine blades 45 percent lighter.




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