Nanotronics is terribly excited for the future of train travel.
Between Hyperloop and near-supersonic trains, the future of travel is getting much closer
Across three continents, the kind of futuristic high-speed transport that sends passengers far faster than a speeding bullet train to where they want to go is being built. It may be ready much sooner than you think. South Korea is planning a tube-enclosed train that can travel at speeds of up to 1,000 km/h (620 mph), approaching the...
Robots Scare People, They Shouldn't
In this photo are three structural nodes, intended to hold cables above a road in The Hague. The difference is the node on the far left was designed by a human, and on the far right by a computer. More importantly, the node on the far right supports the same weight, but weighs 75% less and is 50% smaller.