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XTI’s TriFan 600 Dubbed Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” Award Winner

  On Wednesday, the creators of the TriFan 600, XTI Aircraft Company, announced that it has been named a 2015 Popular Science “Best of What’s New” Award winner in the aerospace category. The TriFan 600 is a six-seat fixed-wing airplane with the speed, range and… Read More

Kickstarter Alum Occipital’s Structure Sensor Nets Awards From CES, PopSci

On his blog, noted Colorado-based VC Brad Feld shares good news from the Occipital camp: two awards for their “Structure Sensor.” The Structure Sensor is a 3D scanner for the iPad that raised over $1.2 million on Kickstarter. The campaign closed on November 1st of… Read More

Popular Science #CrowdGrant Challenge Closes with Several Projects Fully Funded

Popular Science partnered with crowdfunding platform RocketHub to produce the #CrowdGrant Challenge to find funding for reader submissions.  Announced back in the spring of this year, submissions were open until this summer and then 45 days of crowdfunding occurred with the two dozen deemed the… Read More

For PopSci #CrowdGrant Challenge, A 1,000-MPG Self-Driving Vehicle

The deadline has passed for project creators to submit their ideas to Popular Science’s #CrowdGrant challenge. The challenge aims to help scientists in varied fields find the funding they need to take their research to the next level. Enter the Elcano, a project with the… Read More

UPDATE: RocketHub Partners With Popular Science On #CrowdGrant Challenge

Back in April we reported on a partnership between RocketHub and Pouplar Science that encouraged readers of PopSci to submit their projects and ideas to RocketHub for consideration and crowdfunding… Crowdfunding site RocketHub has started a project with Popular Science to crowdfund their readers best ideas…. Read More

RocketHub partners with Popular Science on #CrowdGrant Challenge

Crowdfunding site RocketHub has started a project with Popular Science to crowdfund their readers best ideas.  Popular Science has been around for a long time.  By their own records over 140 years having been founded in 1872 by Edward Youmans whose mission was to share… Read More

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