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Singapore Testing Out Glow-In-The-Dark Roads For Better Visibility

07/26/2017, Street lights are usually the preferred method when it comes to illuminating roads and pathways at night, but what if there was a more “green” solution that would not require any electricity? This is an idea that the Singapore government is testing...

Researchers Believe They Know Why ‘Gangnam Style’ Became Viral

07/26/2017, Psy’s “Gangnam Style” is a worldwide phenomenon where upon its release, it spread like wildfire to the point where even YouTube’s view counter could not keep up. It was also the first YouTube video to hit the 1 billion mark, but given that Psy has...

Modular Robotic ‘Eel’ Will Be Used To Look For Water Pollution

07/25/2017, The ability for us to measure pollution levels in the water isn’t exactly new and we as humans have come up with various ways and tools to do so. However it seems that in the future, things could get a lot more efficient, thanks to the work done by...

IBM’s AI Predicts Schizophrenia By Looking At Brain Blood Flow

07/21/2017, The thing with a lot of diseases and health problems is that it is usually better when it is detected early. In some cases early detection means a higher chance of being cured, or in some cases where it is incurable, early detection can mean that victims...

Flat Microscope Brain Implant Could Restore Lost Eyesight

07/16/2017, Restoring the eyesight to a patient isn’t exactly new and as we have seen in the past, this is possible through practices such as eye transplants. However the only downside is that this means that patients will have to wait for the organ to become...

Researchers Want To Use Satellites To Predict Landslides

07/06/2017, Landslides can be very devastating and in the past, we have heard countless stories of how homes and lives have been lost because of landslides. Most of the time it’s hard to say when they will happen, but that’s something that researchers at a bunch...

Microsoft’s Kinect Used To Scan T-Rex Skull

07/06/2017, The Microsoft Kinect was originally designed as a gaming tool, and while it was used in a couple of games, it’s starting to look like Microsoft might have accidentally created a tool that might be more useful outside of gaming. A good example would be...

This Light-Powered Robot Can Be Used To Clean Solar Cells

06/30/2017, When was the last time you heard about someone washing the roof of their home? Sure there might be some, but for the most part since none of us really look at the roofs of our homes, we don’t really bother with it. This also means that if you have solar...

The Netherlands Is Getting A 3D Printed Cycling Bridge

06/26/2017, When the average person thinks of 3D printing, you might think of simple DIY home projects where you can 3D print little gadgets, custom made jewelry, knick knacks and whatnot. However in terms of commercialization, over in the Netherlands it seems that...

Seaweed Could Help Create Longer-Lasting Electric Car Batteries

06/20/2017, At the moment lithium-ion batteries are what is being used to power the majority of our electronic devices, but is it ideal? There are probably better solutions out there that have yet to be discovered, and from what we’re seeing, scientists have come...

Scientists Figure Out A Possible Way For Burn Victims To Regrow Skin

06/09/2017, If you’ve ever suffered a severe burn, seen photos of people who have suffered burns, or know someone who has, you know that the area that was burned (especially if it is severe) will never quite be the same again. However it seems that scientists at a...

Pancreatic Cells Implanted In Your Gut Could ‘Cure’ Diabetes

05/15/2017, Getting diabetes is more or less something that sticks with you throughout your entire life. Sometimes it is manageable, while in other cases it can be downright inconvenient as it means having to keep an insulin pen on you at all times, or constantly...

Smartphones That Charge In 5 Minutes Could Arrive Next Year

05/12/2017, Back when smartphones were still new, there were issues with battery life where not only did phones take long to charge, but they also depleted even faster. These days thanks to quick charging technology, the time it takes to juice a phone back up is...

This ‘Spray’ Turns Any Surface Into A Touch Sensitive Surface

05/09/2017, Right now pretty much all touch-sensitive surfaces we encounter are mostly screens, such as the displays on our smartphones, tablets, and so on. Sure, there are other inventions that use lasers and projectors, but it seems that those inventions could be...