Graphene — the extremely strong and thin wonder material — may have another new use this time as edible RFID tags.
Chinese startup Ehang has said much about its flying taxi drone since bringing a prototype to the CES show in 2016.
It’s no secret that aging roads, bridges and tunnels are a topic of concern in the U.S. However, it’s not just politicians that are dealing with crumbling infrastructure. Without a functional infrastructure system, manufacturers could have difficulti
Following on the heels of Elon Musk’s Tesla, Nissan has announced that it too will be venturing outside of its automotive roots into the alternative energy market.
Although the era of connected devices is already upon us, significant technological hurdles still need to be cleared in order to realize the full potential of the Internet of Things.
This past week Toyota took the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas by storm when they debuted their e-Palette concept vehicle.
As we eagerly, or not so eagerly for some, await the arrival of mass-produced, commonly used self-driving cars—we are seeing more semi-autonomous driving assisting technologies.
A new welding method could allow the automotive and aerospace industries to make increasing use of next-generation metals.
Looking to nature for inspiration, a team of scientists are developing a bio-friendly power source, similar to the way electric eels generate power.
The future of drones has been a hotly contested topic throughout the whole of 2017, especially in regards to airspace safety and, of course, reliability.
When you hear the words “soft robot” you probably don’t think “lifting power” but that’s exactly what cheap artificial muscles can do thanks to researchers from Harvard and MIT. Because soft materials are not as strong as their ridged counterparts,