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It's been mere months since we introduced you to Deutschland's PC-Aero Elektra One, and now the Germans are at it again with the maiden flight of a new electric flying machine: eGenius. The aircraft successfully completed a 20-minute flight on May 26th, followed by a two-and-a-half hour trip on S

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Why would you want to build a 100-strong swarm of mini robots? Well, aside from having them as your minions, you might be able to learn about \"artificial self-organization,\" and \"control in large robotic groups,\" which should come in useful during the inevitable robot insurrection. The swarm robot

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Impressive as they are, satellites and space probes aren't always the most versatile pieces of equipment once they're up in orbit. A new satellite developed by researchers from the University of Stuttgart's Institute of Space Systems looks set to shake things up in a pretty big way when it launches

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