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Elizabeth M
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posted in February 2013

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Motion Control is Key to OSU's Futuristic Electric Car
Blog 
2/28/2013  11 comments
Urban EV is half the size of your average passenger car, corners like it’s on rails, and is capable of being folded to fit into a parking spot.
Comment:Re: Great fix - Elizabeth M-2/28/2013
Video: Researchers Use Spray-Coating Technique to Develop Cheaper Solar Cells
Blog 
2/27/2013  5 comments
Researchers in the UK have come up with a way to fabricate solar cells that involves a process similar to spray painting and lowers the price of manufacturing the cells, potentially making them more accessible.
Startup Devises Liquid Metal Batteries for the Electricity Grid
Blog 
2/26/2013  28 comments
The founders of Boston-area startup Ambri have invented new liquid-based heavy-duty battery technology they hope will be the foundation of the next-generation electricity grid in which alternative energy will play a key role.
USC Researchers Invent Longer-Lasting Lithium-Ion Battery
Blog 
2/25/2013  23 comments
Researchers at the University of Southern California have come up with a new design for lithium-ion batteries that can hold more energy and recharge within a mere 10 minutes.
Comment:A good start - Elizabeth M-2/22/2013
NASA Awards Bigelow Aerospace $17.8M to Add New Module to ISS
News 
2/20/2013  12 comments
NASA has awarded Bigelow Aerospace a contract to deliver its Bigelow Expandable Activity Module to the International Space Station for experimental use for two years upon its launch to the station in 2015.
Moxa Bolsters Network Control Panel With Device, Inventory Management
Product News 
2/19/2013  3 comments
Moxa Inc. has updated its industrial network-management software, MXview, with a number of new features that allow for better visibility into third-party devices and more broad and accurate reporting.
Comment:Nice one - Elizabeth M-2/19/2013
Restaurant in China Employs Robotic Wait Staff & Chefs
Blog 
2/18/2013  59 comments
The Harbin Haohai Robot Company in China has developed a robotic restaurant staff and opened a restaurant that uses them to cook, greet clients, and wait tables.
Comment:Well done! - Elizabeth M-2/13/2013
Comment:News to me - Elizabeth M-2/11/2013
Comment:Re: Diesel - Elizabeth M-2/11/2013
Comment:Re: Waking Up - Elizabeth M-2/11/2013
Comment:Re: Dated? - Elizabeth M-2/8/2013
Comment:Makes sense - Elizabeth M-2/8/2013
French Designer Uses 3D Printer to Create Humanoid Robot
Blog 
2/8/2013  18 comments
Through his InMoov project, French artist and designer Gael Langevin is working on a humanoid robot that can be printed with a 3D printer then assembled at home.
Korean Researchers Invent Bendable Battery
Blog 
2/7/2013  41 comments
Korean researchers have developed what they are claiming is the world's first bendable lithium-ion battery, an invention that could pave the way for more flexible mobile and electronic devices.
Infoblox Releases Software to Streamline Network Control, Automation
Product News 
2/6/2013  8 comments
Infoblox's new DNS Firewall product detects malware that may enter a network from a mobile device and blocks it before it can infect any network assets.
Army's 'Super Engine' Would Streamline Fuel Use
Blog 
2/5/2013  30 comments
The US military is looking to bolster fuel efficiency by creating a so-called "super engine" that runs on one type of fuel and can power a number of vehicles, including ground transport, generators, and small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).


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