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The U.S.'s newest military drone could someday transport troops or wounded soldiers.
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A prototype of the TALOS exoskeleton will be available later this month.
Canadian mechanical engineers construct flexible, strong armor from glass that mimics protective animal shells. Continue reading →
The system works with a Kinect integration navigation sensor so users can move around freely in an immersive environment. Continue reading →
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New man-made materials called metamaterials are tossing the laws of physics out the window. Check out 10 ways they might be used in the future.
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