What Do Your Tweets Reveal To Hackers? Researchers at MIT and Oxford University have shown that the location stamps on just a handful of Twitter posts in fact, as few as eight over the course of a single day can be enough to disclose the addresses of the poster’s home and workplace to a relatively […]

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New Research Into Soft Exosuit Technology. The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University has entered into a collaboration with ReWalk Robotics Ltd., to accelerate the development of the Institute’s lightweight, wearable soft exosuit technologies for assisting people with lower limb disabilities.

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Protecting Satellite Communications from Solar Disturbances. If you think about the amount of time that we spend using communications devices that rely on satellites located around the globe for information it is amazing? Everything from television, telephones, gps and navigation and of course the internet all rely in this complicated space based network of satellites […]

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New Research Into Self-Healing Flexible Electronic Material. Electronic materials have been a major stumbling block for the advance of flexible electronics because existing materials do not function well after breaking and healing. A new electronic material created by an international team, however, can heal all its functions automatically even after breaking multiple times.

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Refueling Autonomous Drones With Other Drones. If you are a fan of drone technology and find yourself wondering what the future will look like in a world of low priced autonomous drones then this next advancement is sure to make you take notice. What if you could refuel a drone in midair from another drone? […]

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The Answer May Be As Simple As Buy A Tesla Model 3. The global level for atmospheric CO2 reached an all time high of over 400 parts per billion in March of this year. The average temperature for the globe is going up each year with new record temperatures being set in locations around the […]

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New High Tech Materials Needed. The search for new materials that will perform be lighter, stronger and cheaper that what is available today continues with researchers around the world. New ground breaking products are possible with newly developed materials.

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The Microsoft Kinect was a boon to robotics researchers. The cheap, off-the-shelf depth sensor allowed them to quickly and cost-effectively prototype innovative systems that enable robots to map, interpret, and navigate their environments.

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Technology That Detects Everything That We Eat Foods not only taste differently but they also make a distinctly unique sound when they are chewed. This may not be something that we have noticed but it has come to the attention of researchers and software engineers. New technology may be able to detect what we are eating […]

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Good Question Right? How Accurate Are Wearable Sensors? Walking is the most common exercise, and many walkers like to count how many calories are burned. I mean how many of us now have a Fit-bit or other fitness measurement device that we count on to help us control our weight and stay fit? I must admit […]

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