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Umea University Develops Low-Cost, Flexible 3D Printer

Sliperiet, Umeå Arts Campus has developed a new type of 3D printer that features increased printing flexibility at a lower cost. Called <i>Hangprinter.</i> …

A Robot That Prints Tissue

Advanced Solutions Life Sciences has created a six-axis robotic 3D printing workstation that can be used to create tissue, cells, biological gels and …

3D Printer with Tilted Bed

[Oliver Tolar] and [Denis Herrmann], two students from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), designed and produced a 3D printer prototype …

Sandpaper

Get a Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer for $169.99

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3D Printing

Acton’s remote-free RocketSkates are like mini Segways you strap to your feet

Yup, you read that right. At long last, rocket skates are a real thing that legitimately exist in the universe that you and I inhabit.<p>Now, before you …

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Enjoy Winter Flying — Installing Skis on your RC Airplane

With the winter season coming, now is the perfect time to extend your flying season by adding some Du-Bro easy to install snow skis to your RC …

Model Aircraft

Lego, Crayola, and Others Imagine Autonomous Cars of 2050 in Futuristic Design Challenge

For those of us more interested in the far future than the near future or present (both of which tend to be comparatively dull), the best part of the …

The 5 Most Significant Drone Technology Developments of 2016

This guest column is authored by Louis Spagnuolo, Sales Director, Aerial Society<p>The drone industry is undoubtedly one of today’s most actively …

Virgin Galactic tests new spaceplane

Replacement craft’s high-altitude glide test was first free flight since 2014 fatal accident<p>Virgin Galactic’s new VSS Unity spaceplane has flown free for the first time this week. It was released from its carrier aircraft at 10:40am EST. After a 10-minute glide, it landed back on its runway in …

Space Travel

How To Build a Solar Water Heating Systems Have a Good Economic Payoff

Solar water heating systems have a good economic payoff, and are manageable systems to install or build as a DIY project. Some of the solar water …

Meet Salto, the Animal-Inspired Robot with Superior Jumping Abilities

Meet Salto, a tiny jumping robot inspired by nature. Robotics experts at the University of California-Berkeley designed the adorable, one-legged bot …

Scientists Made a Robot That Does Parkour

SALTO is a springy machine UC Berkeley researchers created by studying the insane hops of bush babies.<p>With all the cuteness of the Pixar lamp and the hops of a basketball player, a new robot designed by researchers at UC Berkeley is learning the fine art of freerunning. A team led by Ph. D …

Robotics

Meet the World’s First Completely Soft Robot - MIT Technology Review

The “octobot” is a squishy little robot that fits in the palm of your hand and looks like something in a goody bag from a child’s birthday party. But …

It’s a Christmas miracle: someone taught this tiny robot to do parkour

Leaping out of the labs at UC Berkeley and straight into my heart, it's SALTO: a robot designed not to deliver salty quips on the internet, as its name suggests, but to jump good. Real good. Pound for pound, this monopedal bot is the most agile jumper in the field of robotics, able to clear over a …

Gardening 101: Arugula

Arugula, <i>Eruca sativa:</i> “The Rocket”<p>Arugula is a bright, crunchy green that began its march across civilizations when the Romans realized it piqued …

Does This Neutron Star Confirm an 80-Year-Old Quantum Prediction?

<b>Scientists have been looking for decades to confirm a weird quantum effect first predicted in 1936. Have they finally found hard evidence for it?</b> …

Physics