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Buzzfeed: Can 1,000 College Students Do Better Than Elon Musk?   In the summer of 2013, billionaire Elon Musk posted a 58-page “alpha paper” introducing a futuristic “fifth mode of transportation” beyond planes, train, cars, or boats, which he called Hyperloop.  Continue Reading...

Buzzfeed: Can 1,000 College Students Do Better Than Elon Musk?

 

In the summer of 2013, billionaire Elon Musk posted a 58-page “alpha paper” introducing a futuristic “fifth mode of transportation” beyond planes, train, cars, or boats, which he called Hyperloop. 

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Business Insider: Here are the transportation pods of the future being built right now Carnegie Mellon University's Hyperloop team designed a pod that uses electromagnetic induction, which makes the pod levitate above the track. The team designed a control system than can engage and disengage the magnetization, which creates a more energy-efficient pod.  Continue Reading...

Business Insider: Here are the transportation pods of the future being built right now

Carnegie Mellon University's Hyperloop team designed a pod that uses electromagnetic induction, which makes the pod levitate above the track. The team designed a control system than can engage and disengage the magnetization, which creates a more energy-efficient pod. 

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Engadget: A closer look at the vehicles designed for the Hyperloop Pod competition SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk promises more Hyperloop competitions in the future, too. Continue Reading...

Engadget: A closer look at the vehicles designed for the Hyperloop Pod competition

SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk promises more Hyperloop competitions in the future, too.

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Bloomberg: Students Are Battling to Make Elon Musk’s Hyperloop a Reality When the Tesla Motors Inc. and SpaceX chief executive officer first unleashed his outlandish idea for a Star Trek-style capsule transporting passengers on a cushion of air at 700 miles an hour, it seemed like pure fantasy. Well, guess what? A lot of people—many of them young engineering students—took him seriously. Continue Reading...

Bloomberg: Students Are Battling to Make Elon Musk’s Hyperloop a Reality

When the Tesla Motors Inc. and SpaceX chief executive officer first unleashed his outlandish idea for a Star Trek-style capsule transporting passengers on a cushion of air at 700 miles an hour, it seemed like pure fantasy. Well, guess what? A lot of people—many of them young engineering students—took him seriously.

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Daily American: CMU students working on revolutionary transportation system A new transportation system, called the Hyperloop, is billed as having the ability to shorten travel times to Chicago and New York to about 30 minutes. Continue Reading...

Daily American: CMU students working on revolutionary transportation system

A new transportation system, called the Hyperloop, is billed as having the ability to shorten travel times to Chicago and New York to about 30 minutes.

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The Verge: Here are the Hyperloop pods competing in Elon Musk's big race later this year Later this year, dozens of college teams from around the world will travel to Hawthorne, California to compete in a high-stakes contest to prove Elon Musk’s vision of super-fast, super-sustainable, tube-based transportation known as the Hyperloop. Continue Reading...

The Verge: Here are the Hyperloop pods competing in Elon Musk's big race later this year

Later this year, dozens of college teams from around the world will travel to Hawthorne, California to compete in a high-stakes contest to prove Elon Musk’s vision of super-fast, super-sustainable, tube-based transportation known as the Hyperloop.

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Next Pittsburgh CMU in final round of SpaceX Hyperloop competition Imagine a world where a commute from Pittsburgh to New York City would take 30 minutes. That dream is closer to becoming a reality, thanks in part to a group of Carnegie Mellon University students. Continue Reading...

Next Pittsburgh CMU in final round of SpaceX Hyperloop competition

Imagine a world where a commute from Pittsburgh to New York City would take 30 minutes. That dream is closer to becoming a reality, thanks in part to a group of Carnegie Mellon University students.

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