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Newswise: How are drones used in crop science?
How are drones used in crop science?

Equipped with sensors, drones can identify weeds and pests faster than humans – and speed up treatment

American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) | 24-Jul-2023 8:00 AM EDT

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Looking at oxygen storage dynamics in three-way catalysts

In light of vehicular pollutants contributing to decreasing air quality, governments across the globe are posing stricter emission regulations for automobiles.

Tokyo Institute of Technology | 18-Nov-2022 5:50 PM EST

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Liquid-to-solid battery electrolyte technology licensed exclusively to Safire

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has exclusively licensed battery electrolyte technology to Safire Technology Group. The collection of five patented technologies are designed for a drop-in additive for lithium-ion batteries...

Oak Ridge National Laboratory | 18-Nov-2022 9:45 AM EST

Newswise: Sandia studies vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure
Sandia studies vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure

With electric vehicles becoming more and more common, the risks and hazards of a cyber attack on electric vehicle charging equipment and systems also increases. Jay Johnson, an electrical engineer at Sandia National Laboratories, has been studying...

Sandia National Laboratories | 15-Nov-2022 10:05 AM EST

Newswise: More data could turbocharge efforts to build better batteries, researchers say
More data could turbocharge efforts to build better batteries, researchers say

As nations work to eliminate carbon emissions, batteries will play a huge role.

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) | 14-Nov-2022 11:05 AM EST

Lincoln Corsair Tops 2022 Kogod Made in America Auto Index

For the first time ever, Lincoln’s Corsair SUV takes the top spot of the Kogod Made in America Auto Index. The luxury SUV replaces the Ford Mustang 5.0-liter by jumping 44 spots from its ranking in 2021. Last year, the Corsair had a 25 percent...

American University | 1-Nov-2022 12:45 PM EDT

Newswise: RUDN Mathematicians Make 5G/6G Communication More Reliable for Drones
RUDN Mathematicians Make 5G/6G Communication More Reliable for Drones

RUDN mathematicians proposed a model for calculating the probability of a 5G/6G disconnection with a drone. New model can increase the reliability of the connection for example, by placing the base stations at the right height.

Russian Foundation for Basic Research | 31-Oct-2022 11:05 AM EDT

Passenger Car Preheating Produces as Much Particulate Emissions as Driving Dozens of Kilometers

A new study from Finland, conducted by the University of Eastern Finland and Tampere University, measured particulate emissions from passenger car preheating with an auxiliary heater in sub-zero conditions.

University of Eastern Finland | 28-Oct-2022 1:25 PM EDT

What Will It Cost to Cut the Carbon Footprint of Cars Sold in the U.S?

Argonne worked with automakers and energy companies to conduct a cradle-to-grave analysis of light-duty vehicles, which estimated the current and potential future costs and greenhouse gas emissions for vehicles over the entire course of their life...

Argonne National Laboratory | 27-Oct-2022 4:30 PM EDT

Newswise: Borrowing a Shape From a To-Go Cup Lid, a Drone Wing Could Learn How to Sense Danger Faster
Borrowing a Shape From a To-Go Cup Lid, a Drone Wing Could Learn How to Sense Danger Faster

The oddly satisfying small domes that you press on your soda’s to-go cup lid may one day save a winged drone from a nosedive.

Purdue University | 26-Oct-2022 4:15 PM EDT

Newswise: At Sandia Labs, a Vision for Navigating When GPS Goes Dark
At Sandia Labs, a Vision for Navigating When GPS Goes Dark

A team at Sandia National Laboratories is reengineering a quantum inertial sensor into a compact, rugged device so the technology can safely guide vehicles where GPS signals are jammed or lost.

Sandia National Laboratories | 24-Oct-2022 2:25 PM EDT

Newswise: How Scientist Designed the Trajectory of Microsatellite Swarm From the Macro-Micro Perspective?
How Scientist Designed the Trajectory of Microsatellite Swarm From the Macro-Micro Perspective?

As an emerging multi-satellite cooperative flight mode, microsatellite swarm has become an important future research issue for distributed space systems due to their advantages of low cost, rapid response, and collaborative decision-making.

Beijing Institute of Technology | 21-Oct-2022 6:35 PM EDT

Newswise: Racing Company Licenses Innovative ORNL Fast-Charging Battery Technologies
Racing Company Licenses Innovative ORNL Fast-Charging Battery Technologies

Marc-Antoni Racing has licensed a collection of patented energy storage technologies developed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The technologies focus on components that enable fast-charging, energy-dense batteries for...

Oak Ridge National Laboratory | 20-Oct-2022 2:30 PM EDT

Newswise: Drones Show Potential to Improve Salmon Nest Counts
Drones Show Potential to Improve Salmon Nest Counts

Struggling salmon populations could get some help from the sky. A Washington State University study showed that drone photography of the Wenatchee River during spawning season can be effective in estimating the number of rocky hollows salmon create...

Washington State University | 19-Oct-2022 4:55 PM EDT

Newswise: The world’s first successful integrated measurement of exhaust and non-exhaust particulate matter (PM) emissions of various vehicle types
The world’s first successful integrated measurement of exhaust and non-exhaust particulate matter (PM) emissions of various vehicle types

KIMM announced that it has succeeded in integrated experimental measurement of exhaust (engine combustion) and non-exhaust (tire and brake wear, road wear, and re-suspended road dust) emissions from the internal combustion engine and electric...

National Research Council of Science and Technology | 11-Oct-2022 12:00 AM EDT

Newswise: IROS 2022: Bioinspired Robots, Better Algorithms for Self-driving Cars, and More
IROS 2022: Bioinspired Robots, Better Algorithms for Self-driving Cars, and More

From robots inspired by animals and even amoeba, to better algorithms for self-driving cars and robotic surgery, researchers at the University of California San Diego will be presenting a wide range of papers at IROS 2022, which returns in a hybrid...

University of California San Diego | 10-Oct-2022 3:15 PM EDT

Scientists design electrolyte for lithium metal anodes for use in lithium metal batteries

With the growing demand for electric vehicles, the need for high-safety, long-life batteries also rises. Yet the electric vehicles’ demand for high energy density batteries outpaces the capabilities of the current lithium-ion batteries.

Tsinghua University Press | 7-Oct-2022 3:55 PM EDT

Fueling your curiosity: Argonne answers top questions on hydrogen fuel

As part of National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, Argonne answers common questions surrounding hydrogen as an energy carrier.

Argonne National Laboratory | 6-Oct-2022 11:50 AM EDT

Newswise: World’s whitest paint now thinner than ever, ideal for vehicles
World’s whitest paint now thinner than ever, ideal for vehicles

The world’s whitest paint – seen in this year’s edition of Guinness World Records and “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” – keeps surfaces so cool that it could reduce the need for air conditioning.

Purdue University | 4-Oct-2022 2:40 PM EDT

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