Basic Research to Bridge Sensors

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Mehdi Kalantari Khandani at the University of Maryland has created a sensor system that constantly monitors different types of stresses on bridge structures and, when it detects anything unusual, alerts those who need to know. But Mehdi's initial research had nothing to do with bridges. This is the story of how Dr. Khandani's basic research on ultra-low-power sensor networks ultimately led to low-maintenance bridge sensors that can help keep an eye on the structural integrity of our...

Einstein's Answer Finally Unveiled Giant Discovery

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The very connection between GRAVITY and ELECTRICITY.

Einstein's Answer Finally Unveiled !

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Unification of Gravity and Electricity.

Robotic Mouse Makes Maze Debut at UC San Diego

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An intrepid group of University of California, San Diego undergraduates has designed and build a robotic mouse from scratch. The electrical engineering and computer science undergraduates from the Jacobs School of Engineering also wrote the software to teach the robot to solve a maze. The team unveiled their mouse at the IEEE Region 6 Southwest Area Spring Meeting on Saturday, April 25th, held at UC San Diego.