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When we think about space-age technology and exploring the Cosmos, we usually think of metals, foils and ceramics. But what about textiles? As many NASA engineers can tell you, textiles have always been an unsung hero in the world of material science. But if the future of space exploration pans out the way engineers expect, humanity's status as a spacefaring species will see the inclusion of — and even come to depend on — advanced new types of fabrics, textiles and membranes.
The field of robotics has undergone significant advances in recent years, with new technologies and innovations making it possible to create robots that are more advanced, versatile, and capable than ever before. From industrial robots that can perform complex tasks with incredible precision to social robots that can interact with humans in natural and intuitive ways, robotics is transforming the way we live and work. In this blog, we will explore some of the latest advances in robotics and the impact they are having on society.
As space travel evolves, so too will its launch sites. Instead of building stationary launch pads like the ones that NASA and other space agencies have used traditionally, SpaceX is working to convert two floating oil rigs into off-shore launch pads. How is SpaceX turning oil rigs into launch pads?
Recently, a research paper was published by Erik Lentz, PhD in Physics at the University of Washington, on achieving superluminal speeds without violating physical laws or needing negative energy. This astounding paper was published in the extremely prestigious journal, Quantum Gravity.
IoT developers drive the evolution of smart cities, integrating technologies to enhance infrastructure, services, and quality of life for residents.
Amid Industry 4.0, there's a growing demand for STEM skills. To address the workforce gap, focus on robotics, adaptable tech education, and soft skills.
Electric cars offer environmental benefits, cost savings, attractive designs, cheaper maintenance, improved safety, and easy home charging.
The world of transport is ever changing thanks to technological advancements. From faster trains, to driverless vehicles – there’s been a lot of advancements made to make getting around that little bit easier. Even bicycles have seen some significant changes in recent years, with the additional of the electric bicycle being particularly exciting. The question is, will electric bicycles take over as the number one choice of transportation in the future? Making your commute faster and easier Electric bicycles are fairly new, but they’re quickly gaining in popularity. This is largely because they help to make commutes faster and easier. Also they can compete with cars in busy urban environments…
We’ve never been at such technological heights as we are now. We’ve never been more connected, had more data on our hands, or enjoyed the multitude of miraculous digital solutions that we do today. Unfortunately, we’ve also never been less technologically secure.
Discover how collaborative robots (cobots) offer startup manufacturers affordability, quick integration, safety, and enhanced efficiency in various processes.
We’ve been sending men and women into space since the late 1960s, and we’ve spent the better part of the last 60 years studying the effect that space travel has on the human body. Recently, we’ve discovered a new and potentially dangerous side effect of living and working in microgravity environments: space fever. What is space fever, and how can it affect the health of the astronauts who live and work on the International Space Station? What Is Space Fever? When you’re on Earth, as long as you are not ill, your normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 degrees Celsius. When you become sick and your body…