Assembled from tiny identical pieces, the wing could enable lighter, more energy-efficient aircraft designs
When will technology be able to manufacture a battery lightweight yet powerful enough to fly a commercial airplane?
Rutgers engineers' unique smart materials change shape as temperatures change
University at Buffalo engineer is laying the groundwork for quieter, more efficient, and safer supersonic flight
The work has implications for aircraft, power transmission lines, and more
Flexing a single elbow joint enables gulls to adapt their wing shape to gusty conditions
The silent, lightweight aircraft doesn’t depend on fossil fuels or batteries