Carvana, an industry pioneer for buying and selling used cars online, is celebrating five-star reviews left by happy customers with a new summer advertising campaign that spotlights the key differentiators in the brand’s industry-disrupting car buying and selling experience. Carvana identified the key themes that described customers’ interactions with the nation’s largest online used auto retailer—a speedy, easy experience that puts the power in the hands of the consumer.
Steel Commander Corp, a leading US steel building manufacturer, today announced the creation of the Steel Commander Racing Team: Steel Calvary, a new addition to the world of professional racing. The team will be competing in various racing events across the country with its debut superbike race at the Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama
All-new next gen Sleep Number smart beds effortlessly monitor personal health and wellness data and actively adjust for improved sleep performance. New Sleep Number Lifestyle Furniture supports sleepers’ unique needs through life, creating a personalized sleep environment
Carbon Robotics Raises $30 Million in Funding to Scale AI-Powered LaserWeeder Platform. New lead investor Sozo Ventures is joined by existing investors Anthos Capital, Fuse Venture Capital, Ignition Partners, Liquid2 and Voyager Capital
The Walking Oligomeric Robotic Mobility System, or WORMS, is a reconfigurable, modular, multiagent robotics architecture for extreme lunar terrain mobility. The system could be used to assemble autonomous worm-like parts into larger biomimetic robots that could explore lava tubes, steep slopes, and the moon’s permanently shadowed regions
Sierra Space and Notre Dame to Push the Boundaries of Scientific Discovery in Space. Sierra Space and Notre Dame announce plans to develop new in-space R&D platforms – expanding the academic institution’s footprint in low-Earth orbit and beyond.
Researchers have demonstrated a switch, analogous to a transistor, made from a single molecule called fullerene. By using a carefully tuned laser pulse, the researchers are able to use fullerene to switch the path of an incoming electron in a predictable way. This switching process can be three to six orders of magnitude faster than switches in microchips, depending on the laser pulses used. Fullerene switches in a network could produce a computer beyond what is possible with electronic transistors, and they could also lead to unprecedented levels of resolution in microscopic imaging devices.