All posts created by Frances Bloomfield
08/27/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The system of separating water and oil is one that can be laborious and expensive. Fortunately, engineering researchers from the

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-08-27-breakthrough-researchers-use-nanoparticles-to-separate-oil-from-water.html

08/26/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

When Harvard University first introduced RoboBee back in 2013, it could do little more than fly and cling to walls.

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-08-26-robo-bee-fly-swim-monitor-people.html

08/12/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan has taken the next step in solar energy technology. Specifically, they’ve

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-08-12-magic-allow-discovery-will-allow-solar-panels-to-capture-more-energy-from-invisible-portions-of-the-light-spectrum.html

08/08/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

America’s infrastructure has seen better days. The American Society of Civil Engineers scored the country a near-failing D+ in its

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-08-08-new-self-healing-concrete-has-fungi-that-heals-cracks-in-crumbling-structures.html

07/17/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

On January 11, 2018, the world’s first full-color satellite was launched into space. While still a prototype, the “Big Brother”

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-17-first-satellite-of-its-kind-gives-big-brother-a-whole-new-dimension-with-capability-to-record-individuals-from-space.html

07/03/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

As the search for cures to humanity’s most devastating diseases continues, many have turned to nature. Various studies have yielded

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-03-shark-and-camel-blood-contain-antibodies-treat-brain-diseases.html

05/29/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Far from just being a luxurious clothing material, silk could have numerous applications in engineering and biomedicine. This was the

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-05-29-silk-fibers-may-become-the-secret-ingredient-in-the-next-round-of-high-techs-natural-metamaterials.html

05/25/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Though small in size, the impact of ocean microbes is enormous. Not only do they act as the foundation for

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-05-25-autonomous-underwater-robots-will-collect-and-archive-seawater-samples-to-track-ocean-microbes.html

05/08/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Sign language interpreters aren’t always available, making communication between the hearing and deaf communities all the more difficult. Closing this

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-05-08-3d-printable-robot-arm-created-that-could-be-used-for-sign-language-making-communication-easier-for-hearing-impaired.html

05/07/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Whether you’re a hands-on driver or someone who enjoys a self-driving car, unexpected obstacles are a danger you risk facing

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-05-07-self-driving-cars-will-soon-use-lasers-to-see-hidden-dangers.html