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,
An ultra-high-speed camera developed by MIT researchers shows, in detail, how metal behaves when it is bonded using metal sprays.
Research out of the University of Washington could make it easier for facilities to locate water leaks in pipes.
Last month, Lamborghini and MIT unveiled a jointly developed concept car called the Terzo Millennio (or third millennium).
It turns out that the bone structure of our dominant index finger is so unique to each person that it can be used to biometrically identify us.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they've developed a device that can produce superior next-generation fibers at a fraction of their current cost.
Thanks to our sense of touch, we can figure out the best way to grab keys in our pocket without ever looking at them.
Italian manufacturing company Dainese is known most for their protective clothing gear designed for those who enjoy motorcycling, mountain biking and winter sports.
If you ever wondered what you would get from crossing a plane with a blimp, the answer is a Plimp and it’s now a real thing from Seattle-based manufacturer, Egan Airships. The unmanned 28 foot aircraft contains a helium-filled envelope that gives the
Advances in 3D printing technology could have profound effects throughout manufacturing, but perhaps no industry stands to change as much as the clothing and apparel sector.