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Enabling undergraduates to explore the ‘democratization of aerospace’
May 4, 2017
A new major in aeronautics and astronautics also includes electives to ensure that non-majors can work with UAVs, satellites, autonomous systems, and other flight technologies.
Finally, a peek inside the ‘black box’ of machine learning systems
April 25, 2017
These devices take on some of the toughest conditions in the universe
March 28, 2017
A group of researchers are developing nano devices that can withstand the heat of car engines, radiation in space, and even the acid rains of Venus.
How to reroute planes, on the fly, to prevent collisions with rockets
January 7, 2017
A Stanford PhD student finds a promising new approach to commercial aircraft safety in the space age.
How do we keep GPS safe from sabotage?
December 8, 2016
A professor of aeronautics and astronautics says hackers could wreak havoc on highways, airways and sea lanes if we're not careful. But "the challenge," he says, "is manageable."
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