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Toyota and The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have teamed up to study mobility in space, with a fuel cell electric vehicle which could be used Toyota, Bridgestone Tires, Back To The Moon, Most Popular Cars, Space Travel, Car Brands, Space Exploration, Out Of This World, Solar Panels

To Drive on the Moon, We'll Need Tough-as-Hell Tires

Bridgestone Tires is partnering with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to develop a special tire that can withstand harsh conditions on the moon.

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards. National University Of Singapore, University Of Adelaide, Biomimicry Examples, Brand Innovation, Nuclear Energy, Cuttlefish, Climate Change Effects, Change Maker, Use Case

A bioinspired autonomous underwater vehicle (Bio-AUV), inspired by cuttlefish,

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards.

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards. National University Of Singapore, University Of Adelaide, Biomimicry Examples, Brand Innovation, Nuclear Energy, Cuttlefish, Climate Change Effects, Change Maker, Use Case

A bioinspired autonomous underwater vehicle (Bio-AUV), inspired by cuttlefish,

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards.

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards. National University Of Singapore, University Of Adelaide, Biomimicry Examples, Brand Innovation, Nuclear Energy, Cuttlefish, Climate Change Effects, Change Maker, Use Case

A bioinspired autonomous underwater vehicle (Bio-AUV), inspired by cuttlefish,

How can biomimicry engineering inspire the next wave of innovation? To find out, we explore the innovations on display at the recent Ericsson Innovation Awards.

Through biomimicry, scouring the natural world can help us find design inspiration for scientific innovation to develop weird and wonderful products. Biomimicry Examples, The Scaffold, Tissue Types, Regenerative Medicine, Research And Development, Weird And Wonderful, Worms, Surgery

How worms make glue

Through biomimicry, scouring the natural world can help us find design inspiration for scientific innovation to develop weird and wonderful products.

Many small crawling animals are called 'bugs,' but in fact, the true bugs are members of the Hemiptera order that excludes many other insects. Lindbergh, Galleries In London, Photo Galleries, Crawling Animals, Animal Photography, Nature Photography, Portrait Photography, Fly On The Wall, Photography Exhibition

Engineers program tiny robots to move, think like insects

While engineers have had success building tiny, insect-like robots, programming them to behave autonomously like real insects continues to present technical challenges. Engineers have recently been experimenting with a new type of programming that mimics the way an insect’s brain works, which could soon have people wondering if that fly on the wall is actually a fly.

A material shaped like a one-dimensional DNA helix might further push the limits on a transistor's size. The material comes from a rare earth element called tellurium.  Researchers found that the material, encapsulated in a nanotube made of boron nitride, helps build a field-effect transistor with a diameter of two nanometers. Transistors on the market are made of bulkier silicon and range between 10 and 20 nanometers in scale. Dna, Scale, Range, Earth, Weighing Scale, Cookers, Stove, Balance Sheet, Weight Scale

DNA-like material could bring even smaller transistors

A material shaped like a one-dimensional DNA helix might further push the limits on a transistor's size. The material comes from a rare earth element called tellurium. Researchers found that the material, encapsulated in a nanotube made of boron nitride, helps build a field-effect transistor with a diameter of two nanometers. Transistors on the market are made of bulkier silicon and range between 10 and 20 nanometers in scale.

Lead-Trapping Coating Could Make Cheaper, More Efficient Solar Cell Viable - Scientific American Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Perovskite Solar Cell, Northern Illinois University, Le Colorado, National Science Foundation, Environmental News, Electrical Energy, Scientific American

Scientists develop safer lead-based perovskite solar cell

Researchers at Northern Illinois University and the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado, are reporting today (Feb. 19) in the journal Nature on a potential breakthrough ...

Sony has developed a radical new kind of camera sensor that improves light sensitivity and allows for the use of simpler lenses. While all current camera technology relies on a flat sensor to capture light… Popular Photography, Digital Photography, Radios, Sony, Kinds Of Camera, Light Sensitivity, Back To The Future, Fotografia

Sony inspired by biomimicry develops curved CMOS sensors

Sony's advance in image sensors appears quite natural: the company has developed a set of curved CMOS image sensors based on the curvature of the eye. A report on the sensors in IEEE Spectrum said that, "in a bit of biomimicry," ...

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