In this episode, we talk about some of our favorite projects from Wevolver’s Student Researcher Program ranging from hydrogen powered cars and planes, a novel approach for battery recycling, and an innovative machine for boring new tunnels for hyperloop systems. As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.
This podcast is sponsored by Mouser Electronics.
(2:30) - Recycling Batteries
(5:40) - Electric Aircraft
(9:10) - Swissloop Tunneling
(12:10) - Hydrogen Powered Race Car
Episode 43 was brought to you by Mouser Electronics, Farbod & Daniel’s favorite electronics distributor. Click here to learn more about Mouser's support of student projects to foster the next generation of engineers.
About the podcast:
Every day, some of the most innovative universities, companies, and individual technology developers share their knowledge on Wevolver. To ensure we can also provide this knowledge for the growing group of podcast listeners, we started a collaboration with two young engineers, Daniel Scott Mitchell & Farbod Moghaddam who discuss the most interesting content in this podcast series.
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The Next Byte Podcast is hosted by two young engineers - Daniel and Farbod - who select the most interesting tech/engineering content on Wevolver.com and deliver it in bite-sized episodes that are easy to understand regardless of your background. If you'd like to stay up to date with our latest ep...