20. NASA’s New Moon Buggy, Rock Picking Robot, Super-Strong Concrete
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In this episode, we talk about the next-gen lunar rover built by Lockheed and GM for NASA’s Artemis mission, how a frustrated tech CEO made a rock-picking robot, and an initiative from University of Manchester to reduce global CO2 emissions by 2% using graphene-enhanced concrete. As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.
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