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Remotely Controlled Cyborg Beetles Could Be The Future

12/02/2016, A few years ago, researchers successfully managed to outfit a cockroach with a microcontroller in which it could be controlled to a certain extent to move along a desired path. However it seems that over in Singapore, engineers at the Nanyang...

Researchers Use Diamonds To Turn Nuclear Waste Into Batteries

11/28/2016, What should we do to dispose of nuclear waste? Dump them in the ocean? Bury them in the desert? Those are only temporary measures because we will eventually run out of space. However it seems that researchers over at the University of Bristol have found a...

Australian Hospital To Get Dedicated 3D Tissue Printing Facility

11/28/2016, We know that 3D printing is more than just a novel piece of tech used to create toys and figurines on the spot. In the past we have seen how the technology can also in the medical field where bones and cartilage can be 3D printed when needed. Now it seems...

Finnish Researchers Develop More Efficient Digital Antennas

11/22/2016, Our smartphones are currently packed with all kinds of sensors that can measure all sorts of things. For example there is the accelerometer, there is the gyroscope, some phones even have an altimeter and barometer, then there are also antennas for WiFi,...

This Pill Expands In Your Stomach To Make Sure You Take Your Meds

11/20/2016, How good are you with taking your meds? We all can probably admit that from time to time, we might forget to complete our course of antibiotics, or there is a daily pill that we’re meant to ingest but somehow we forget. This is normal, but it is also...

Stephen Hawking Thinks Humanity Has About 1,000 Years Left

11/18/2016, Stephen Hawking is probably one of the smartest people alive at the moment, which is why when he speaks, people listen, although according to Hawking during a speech at Oxford last week, the scientist revealed that humanity might only have 1,000 years...

Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Woman To Communicate Again

11/14/2016, Medical science has come a long way. Back in the day when someone found to have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), there was nothing much that could be done about it, save for trying to delay the symptoms and to make the person as comfortable as...

Las Vegas Trials Kinetic Tiles That Powers Lights By Walking On It

11/14/2016, In the past we have heard of how some have proposed the idea of paving roads using solar panels. In fact last month a trial had begun with such technology where in the day, the panels would gather energy from the sun and at night it helps to power the...

Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Monkey To Walk Again

11/09/2016, So far there have been various advancements made when it comes to help humans who are paralyzed to go about their daily lives. For example for some patients who are completely paralyzed, researchers have come up with ways to allow them to control certain...

Levitating Displays Could Be A Thing In The Future

10/16/2016, Displays these days are marketed in terms of resolution where we are seeing terms like 4K, 5K, and even 8K tossed around. We are also seeing how displays have come a long way where they are impossibly thin and have an almost bezel-free design. However in...

Neural Implants Help A Paralyzed Man To Feel Again

10/13/2016, It is possible that thanks to science and the advancements in technology that people who are paralyzed can eventually start to feel something again. This is what pretty much happened thanks to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and the University...

Researchers Turn Beer Wastage Into Battery Electrodes

10/13/2016, Just like cooking, when it comes to making beer there will be quite a bit of wastage in terms of ingredients. For example did you know that to create one barrel of beer, it takes about seven barrels of water? And that water also needs to be filtered...

Researchers Suggest Using The Human Body To Transfer Passwords

10/03/2016, Biometric security is clearly starting to find more use in consumer products. This is because unlike regular passwords, you can’t “guess” someone’s fingerprint pattern or iris, thus making it more secure. So could it be possible that in the...