"A piece of primordial rock that has witnessed our solar system's entire history may now be ready to come home for generations of scientific discovery," said a NASA scientist of the U.S.'s first attempt to return an asteroid sample to Earth.
Gas is cheap and the Hummer is back, only this time it's electric.
Lay down hard tool steel weld beads... tell me that ain't nuts!
The largest cross-country 18-wheel trucks will need five to 10 times more electricity than an electric car to recharge its battery. And these trucks often need to recharge far from high-power transmission lines.
University of Rochester researchers squeezed carbonaceous sulfur hydride in a diamond anvil and it superconducted at 15 degrees Celsius under 270 gigapascals of pressure. This is about 2.5 million times regular atmospheric pressure.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems new high-temperature superconductor (HTS) cable can be engineered into magnets directly applicable to the high magnetic field approach to fusion. The new HTS cable, called VIPER, can carry over fifty thousand amps of curre
Absolute control over energy distribution and consumption is a core doctrine of Technocracy and England is upgrading their Smart Meters to allow direct shut-off access to all appliances in consumers' homes. America is largely equipped to do this as
At the 2020 World UAV Conference in Shenzhen, Chinese heavy drone company Autoflight unveiled a big new canard-style electric VTOL cargo drone, and announced its intentions to develop a similar aircraft for urban air taxi operations.
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Special use permit applications and Design Review applications have been started for the Boring Company Las Vegas Loop system.
A team of physicists from the University of Arkansas (U of A) has successfully developed graphene-based circuits capable of providing nearly limitless power for small devices.
Wireless providers are firmly opposed to the idea, viewing it as the government hand-picking a single winner in the deployment of nationwide 5G, though some in Washington believe they could change tacks and vie for the contract if DoD moves ahead wit
SKYBORG : New Drone Technology
In a future where most things in our everyday life are connected through the internet, devices and sensors will need to run without wires or batteries to be practical.
A new mRNA diagnostic tool developed at Stanford University and funded by BARDA and DARPA is bringing implantable biochip technology closer to reality.