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Your Engineering Inspiration for Monday 18 January 2021




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Last weeks's top headlines:

New energy-efficient electronic devices may be possible thanks to research that demonstrates the quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) effect – where an electrical current does not lose energy as it flows along the edges of a material – over a broader...
Hydrogen is a sustainable source of clean energy that avoids toxic emissions and can add value to multiple sectors of the economy, including transportation, power generation and metals manufacturing, among others. Technologies for storing and transporting hydrogen bridge the gap...
With the myriad portable devices people use every day, batteries are a ubiquitous part of every-day life. However, to dispose of batteries or recycle their materials is currently not a very environmentally friendly proposition, a problem researchers have been trying...
An academic researcher’s frenetic life sounds relaxing to Jose-Luis Jimenez these days. Since March, the analytical and atmospheric chemist at the University of Colorado Boulder has worked nonstop, urging the US Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization...
How Boston Dynamics Taught Its Robots to Dance
11th January 2021 - Listed in:
A week ago, Boston Dynamics posted a video of Atlas, Spot, and Handle dancing to “Do You Love Me.” It was, according to the video description, a way “to celebrate the start of what we hope will be a happier...
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