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Implants That Helps With Self-Healing Factor

08/29/2014, The X-Men is a hugely successful comic book franchise, and one of the beloved characters would be Wolverine. Sporting a nigh indestructible adamantium skeleton and a healing factor that is the envy of many, will we humans ever be able to obtain such a...

Could Robots Play The Role Of A Shepherd One Day?

08/27/2014, Robots do seem to gain a higher level of acceptance in humanity, where they now serve in a restaurant in China, while another research pinpoints that humans are far more likely to obey commands from a robot than a direct human superior when working on a...

China Works On ‘Supersonic Submarine’

08/25/2014, It looks like China is not only content on coming up with their very own version of a desktop operating system, but the country is also looking to deliver what they call a ‘supersonic submarine’, where this mode of transportation will make use...

AEM-X: A Rodent Habitat In Space

08/22/2014, Mickey Mouse in space? Perhaps, as Disney already owns the Star Wars franchise, but this is not science fiction that we are talking about here, as NASA intends to send rodents in to space next. I would suppose that these will be the next generation of...

Cyborg Moths Controlled Remotely

08/21/2014, If you think that entities such as the Phalanx in the X-Men series, or the Borg from Star Trek are uber cool due to their bionic enhancements, perhaps we have taken an extremely small step in such a direction. Researchers over at NC State are currently...

Adaptive Material Inspired By Octopus Skin

08/19/2014, Nature has more often than not proven itself to be the inspiration for new advances in the realm of science, and this time around it is no different with word that a new kind of adaptive material has been developed, picking up its inspiration from that of...

Violinist Assists Surgeons In Brain Surgery By Playing Instrument

08/15/2014, As far as we have come in terms of medical science over the years, the field of brain surgery still has plenty of undiscovered “territory”, so to speak. After all, who can really tell how the human brain works exactly, right down to the most minute of...

“Tattoo” Helps Your Workout Sessions Power A Phone

08/13/2014, While some folks see tattoos to be a form of self expression that is artistic and tasteful, perhaps there might be more than meets the eye where practical application is involved? We have seen tattoos in the past that were able to help athletes perform at...

‘Street View’ Now Maps Coral Reefs In Florida Keys

08/13/2014, Google’s Street View online service has certainly come a long way, although the persons who go around shooting photos for the rest of the world to check out remote places from the comfort of their own armchairs might make a mistake once in a while, such...

WEMU Epilepsy Detector Could Save Lives

08/13/2014, Those who go through fits of epilepsy do know how uncomfortable the feeling can be, not to mention the more serious cases being potentially life threatening, too. Well, a concerted effort by Bioserenity, a French medical device company, alongside a...

Sound Could Juice Up Tired Batteries

08/13/2014, Most of the time, when it comes to charging up depleted batteries, it would be a direct trip to the nearest power outlet, although some of us do carry these things that are known as a power bank. Scientist might have stumbled upon another manner where you...

Salmon Cannon Bumps Them Out At 40 Fish/Minute

08/13/2014, Before there were missiles and rockets, cannonballs proved to be the ultimate long range weapon, but those were extremely heavy to bring around with you on a long campaign. How about a fresh take on a piece of medieval arsenal? What you see in the video...

“Tractor Beam” That Works On Water Invented

08/11/2014, I can still remember one the sequences in Star Wars IV, where the tractor beam from the Death Star pulled in Han Solo’s Falcon into the hangar bay. Well, tractor beams are the stuff of science fiction – or are they? Apparently, it seems that there...

Grayson The Fish Plays Pokemon

08/08/2014, Grayson might not be a Magikarp, but that does not mean that this fish has no love for Pokemon. Yes, this is definitely one of the weirder cases of an animal playing a video game, making it truly one of the stranger “circus tricks”, so to speak. Since...