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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...

MIT Creates 3D Printed Rocket Motor Made Out Of Plastic

04/30/2017, When it comes to heat, plastic is usually a pretty bad idea, which is why it has been advised not to use plastic together with hot things, like boiling soup, drinks, food, and etc. So if plastic isn’t advised for hot food, it probably makes sense that...

Portland Wants To Turn Poop Into Renewable Energy

04/29/2017, Petrol and diesel are not unlimited, which means that at some point in time they will run out. This is why there has been an emphasis placed on renewable energy, and also on machines that do not rely on fuel to run, such as electric cars. However it seems...

Navy Researchers Build A Battery That Won’t Explode

04/27/2017, Most of our electronic devices these days are powered by lithium-ion batteries which are great when they work, but not so great when they explode. We’ve seen that happen countless times in the past, with the more recent incidents stemming from...

Drones Used To Study Bats To Learn In-Flight ‘Secrets’

04/23/2017, So we’ve seen how drones can be used for photography, videography, even used to provide internet, and now it seems that drones have found a use in the study of animals. A pair of researchers have used drones in a bid to better learn about the behavior...

Solar-Powered Device Can Harvest Fresh Water From The Air

04/16/2017, If you live in a particularly humid environment, there’s a good chance you might have a dehumidifier. Basically this sucks water out of the air to help make your surroundings less humid, which can be rather uncomfortable as it makes you feel like...

Hold On Tight, Your Flights In The Future Could Get A Lot Bumpier

04/07/2017, Experience turbulence is a pretty common occurrence whenever you fly and it really cannot be avoided, as much as pilots choose the smoothest routes possible. However it seems that the amount of turbulence we can expect from flights in the future will be...

Researchers Create A Way For You To Taste Drinks Over The Internet

03/27/2017, Seeing food or drinks being shown on a screen is obviously very different compared to tasting it, but there is that saying where we should eat with our eyes first. That being said, wouldn’t it be great if what you could taste what you saw on screen,...

Researchers Use Facial Recognition To Detect Rare Genetic Disease

03/24/2017, When you think of facial recognition technology, you might think of it as being used for security purposes, or for tracking purposes where it can help identify criminals in videos and photos and what not. However it seems that recently a group of...

Robots Could Be Used To Wear Flesh To Help With Transplants

03/06/2017, Science and medicine have advanced to a point where we could soon be growing transplants, which means that waiting around for a donor could become a thing of the past in the future. However growing a transplants versus harvesting it from a human body are...