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Horizon Unmanned Systems, a drone company based in Singapore, says it has developed micro fuel cells powered by hydrogen that will enable small multi-rotor drones to fly for up to four hours, instead of the 20 to 30 minutes that's typical with lithium batteries. The prototype Hycopter stores compressed hydrogen fuel inside its tubular structure, saving on weight, and the company says the energy generated by a quarter pound of hydrogen is equal to about 6.6 pounds of lithium batteries.

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Readers discuss a profession that variously welcomes and alienates women.

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A low-cost method for printing graphene onto materials such as paper and plastic could take industry a step closer to low-cost consumable electronics 

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A new class of magnets that expand their volume when placed in a magnetic field and generate negligible amounts of wasteful heat during energy harvesting, has been discovered.

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Engineers at Virginia Tech have taken the first steps toward building a novel dynamic sonar system inspired by horseshoe bats that could be more efficient and take up less space than current man-made sonar arrays. They are presenting a prototype of their "dynamic biomimetic sonar" at the 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America held May 18-22, 2015 in Pittsburgh.

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A lot of engineers among us might be trying to go for MBA after their graduation in B.E. or B.Tech.
If you face a personal interview for any MBA college, you are bound to be asked this question, Why do you want to do MBA after engineering? This question comes because you are trying to shift from a technical domain to a managerial domain.
Though most people have either one of these reasons - "Shift of domain" or "Packages that are offered" - This answer isn't convincing enough for the...

Why MBA After BE or Btech? - How Would You Answer This Question?

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Chemical Ecology: Cold-weather-loving insect produces never-before-seen chlorinated natural product to deter predators

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A desire to recruit, reward and retain corporate leaders through stock payout is a factor in more industry M&As.

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