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Brewery Makes The Ocean Safe By Creating Edible Six-Pack Rings

05/24/2016, If you’ve ever bought a six-pack beer, you know that sometimes they are sold either in a cardboard box or with a six-pack ring that holds the beer together. The latter method has been criticized for harming the environment and ocean life as sometimes...

Scientists Successfully “See” What Dolphins See

12/07/2015, As human beings we are used to seeing things as humans do. Apples are red, oranges are round, the sky is blue (or grey depending on where you are), and etc. However it is obvious that animals don’t see things the same way humans do, like how dogs...

Australia To Deploy Drones To Keep A Lookout For Sharks

11/25/2015, According to recent reports, it has been suggested that there has been an increase in the number of shark attacks in Australia. In 2015 alone, there have been reports of as many as 33 shark attacks, which is more than the previous years combined,...

This Website Will Deliver Puppies To Your Workplace

11/04/2015, Depending on where you work, sometimes offices can be a bit dull but if you’d like to help liven up the place a little, a website and organization by the name of Bravepup might be of interest to you. It seems that not only can you get all food,...

Watch This Swarm Of Bees Attack This Drone

11/03/2015, Drones, love ‘em or hate ‘em. There are plenty of hobbyists out there as well as videographers, photographers, and filmmakers who love the technology as it does allow them to get some pretty amazing and stunning footage, footage that they might not...

Kansas Farmer Successfully Catches A Fish Using His Drone

09/04/2015, We’ve seen drones used for all sorts of things, like photography, videography, and rescue efforts. However one Kansas farmer by the name of Derek Klingenberg decided to use his drone for fishing. This is actually a pretty good idea as it allows the...

Eagle Versus Drone In Mid-Air Battle, Nature Wins

08/12/2015, A couple of days ago we were treated to a footage of a fisherman versus a drone, where the fisherman successfully and skillfully managed to hook a drone in mid-air. Now who was wrong in this case is up for debate – was the drone pilot wrong for...

3D Printed Rhino Horns Are Created To Help Curb Poaching

06/25/2015, Poaching is a serious problem especially when the animal being hunted is on the verge of extinction. Now we’ve seen different ways technology has been used to curb poaching, but here’s a new and potentially good idea. A biotech firm in San Francisco...

Tiny Gecko-Like Robot Can Lift Over 100 Times Its Own Weight

04/24/2015, It is said that the ant is capable of lifting many times its body weight, which has been estimated to be 20-100 times depending on the particular species, so imagine if we could roboticize their ability, how cool would that be? Well that’s what...

Butterfly Wings Could Be The Key To Developing Glare-Free Displays

04/23/2015, More often than not, there has been a lot of technological advances and creations that have been inspired by nature, and it looks like if you’re looking forward to having truly glare-free displays in the future, it seems as though butterfly wings could...

Get zen with the iPad controlled Biome Smart Terrarium

11/14/2011, In a recent exhibition in London called “Slow Tech”, designer Samuel Wilkinson showed off his Biome Smart Terrarium, which isn’t all that technical until it was revealed that it was actually controlled by an iPad (could be replaced with a...

13 year old uses Fibonacci sequence to improve solar efficiency

08/19/2011, Solar panels are great as they help to generate power in place of using electricity, but unfortunately solar panels require proper positioning and good weather conditions to reach maximum efficiency, and for some reason it took a 13 year old boy to figure...

Golden Gate Electric Camper Pod

06/28/2011, So remember yesterday we had reported that NAU had come up with a Ecco Camper concept, which essentially was a redesign and concept of the RV, which allowed campers to take to the road in a eco-friendly manner. Well it looks like designer Jay Nelson felt...

Plant-mimicking machine generates fuels using solar energy

12/28/2010, A team of researchers in the US and Switzerland have come up with a machine that functions like plants, harnessing solar energy to produce fuels that can be used at a later time. The device uses the sun’s rays and a metal oxide called ceria to break...