Coffee could be the key to reducing 3D printing waste, according to a new study. Researchers with the ATLAS Institute and Department of Computer Science developed a method for 3D printing using a paste made out of old coffee grounds.
Imagine a robot that can wedge itself through the cracks in rubble to search for survivors trapped in the wreckage of a collapsed building. Engineers at CU Boulder are moving one step closer to that goal with CLARI, short for Compliant Legged Articulated Robotic Insect.
Researchers led by JILA and NIST fellows Jun Ye and David Nesbitt along with scientists from other universities have observed novel ergodicity-breaking in C60, a highly symmetric molecule composed of 60 carbon atoms arranged on the vertices of a soccer ball pattern.
An expert from the College of Media, Communication and Information assesses the media landscape as The New York Times and the Associated Press chart different courses on generative artificial intelligence.
Associate Professor Mija Hubler and her team of researchers and partners are developing a technology that infuses concrete with self-repair capabilities found in living organisms. The project has landed a $10 million Department of Defense grant.