07/03/2018 / By Edsel Cook

China is rapidly outpacing the U.S. in many ways. The most glaring comparison involves their respective railway systems. A recent

http://www.progress.news/2018-07-03-chinas-superfast-bullet-train-network-shows-how-antiquated-the-u-s-railway-system-truly-is.html

05/30/2018 / By Edsel Cook

A Chinese research team has come up with an artificial intelligence (AI) to help them diagnose prostate biopsies and identify

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-30-chinese-ai-able-to-diagnose-and-identify-cancerous-prostate-samples-as-well-as-a-human.html

05/30/2018 / By Edsel Cook

While efficient and environment-friendly, fuel cell technology has been slow to take off. But a game-changing catalyst offers to turbocharge

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-30-new-catalyst-may-allow-turbocharging-of-fuel-cells.html

05/29/2018 / By Jayson Veley

According to research presented at the 2016 American Psychological Association convention, curiosity can help individuals make smarter and healthier decisions.

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-29-being-curious-is-actually-good-for-your-brain-and-body-and-for-the-political-system.html

05/25/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Austrian researchers have come up with a new way to save millions of trees from paper mills. They can extract

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-25-scientists-set-to-make-new-form-of-recycled-paper-from-poo.html

05/24/2018 / By David Williams

What keeps the multi-billion-dollar diamond industry going? Lots of different factors, to be sure – sales of natural diamonds being one

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-24-scientists-develop-method-of-creating-diamonds-in-a-microwave.html

05/24/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Matter isn’t just limited to the solid, liquid, and gaseous forms you’re familiar with. It also takes other forms, such

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-24-theoretical-physicists-have-proposed-a-new-form-of-matter-called-superfluid-quasicrystal.html

05/23/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

Some of the dirtiest, most dangerous jobs are being taken over by artificial intelligence, robots, and drones. Machines are slowly

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-new-giant-drones-are-strong-enough-to-perform-jobs-such-as-cleaning-wind-turbines-fighting-fires-and-even-carrying-people-to-safety.html

05/23/2018 / By Edsel Cook

A Japanese construction company recently debuted two designs for robot workers that could make up for the growing lack of human

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-japanese-company-reveals-robot-workers-that-will-be-used-on-various-construction-sites.html

05/23/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Solar power has finally come across a way to overcome one of its greatest weaknesses: Rain. In a Science Daily

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-solar-power-rain-or-shine-hybrid-solar-cells-can-generate-power-from-raindrops.html

05/23/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The latest smart device to enter your home will be the very walls themselves. An article in NanoWerks stated that

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-researchers-turn-walls-into-smart-infrastructure-that-can-sense-human-touch-and-detect-gestures-when-appliances-are-used.html

05/23/2018 / By Edsel Cook

NASA is working on its very own versions of astromech droids from Star Wars. These futuristic robots are expected to

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-nasa-dreams-of-building-astromechs-star-wars-like-droids-that-can-help-repair-spaceships-in-flight.html

05/23/2018 / By David Williams

Lasers were invented at pretty much the exact same time as masers, but you don’t hear much about the latter

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-23-new-form-of-laser-that-can-work-in-room-temperatures-holds-potential-for-space-industry-quantum-technologies.html

05/22/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Outer space might become the latest place to be infiltrated by Bitcoin. An article from Space.com stated that NASA is funding

http://www.progress.news/2018-05-22-future-spacecraft-being-developed-to-manuever-around-space-debris-without-human-intervention.html

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