Tagged: drones

Delivering packages with drones might be good for the environment - Guest Work

Guest Work Feb 16, 2018

Constantine Samaras, Carnegie Mellon University and Joshuah Stolaroff, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. There are more than 1 million drones registered in the U.S. Most of them belong to people flying them for fun, but a growing number are used commercially. Companies … Read More

Drones and wildlife – working to co-exist - Guest Work

Guest Work Sep 12, 2017

By Pip Wallace, University of Waikato; Iain White, University of Waikato, and Ross Martin, University of Waikato The drone market is booming and it is changing the way we use airspace, with some unforeseen consequences. The uptake of remotely piloted aircraft (RPAs) has been swift. But despite their obvious benefits, concerns are growing about … Read More

From bosons to Bigfoot: six science mysteries that might be solved in 2016 - Guest Work

Guest Work Jan 05, 2016

Gavin Hesketh, UCL; Louise Gentle, Nottingham Trent University, and Simon Cotton, University of Birmingham From the origin of life to the fate of the universe, there’s plenty scientists simply don’t know. But they are making progress. 2015 has been a great year for science: we’ve seen the agreement of climate deal, pictures of dwarf … Read More

Bringing science and tech to the people - Curious and Curiouser

Victoria Metcalf Nov 06, 2015

If you were in Christchurch anytime over the last few weeks you would have probably noticed posters advertising the Big Science Day. This event, run by Science Alive and with funding from the Unlocking Curious Minds fund, an initiative within the government-led “A Nation of Curious Minds” programme, took place on a stunningly fine day, Saturday … Read More