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Successful Surgery Grants Man The World’s First Bionic Penis

08/25/2015, So we’ve seen a variety of bionic appendages in the past, like bionic eyes, bionic arms, and bionic feet, but what about our sexual reproductive organs? If it was possible to create bionic eyes, feet, and arms, surely a bionic penis wouldn’t be out of...

DNA Capable Of Storing Memory For 2,000 Years

08/19/2015, Purchasing a brand new hard drive to stash away all of your precious memories is one thing, but to make sure that those memories will be able to last is another. From time to time, it would be best to make a backup of your backup – just in case...

Smog Free Tower An Idea Worth Kickstarting

08/19/2015, The world is not getting any greener with each passing day, although there has been massive efforts made by many different quarters to stem the tide of pollution and wanton industrialization. In fact, in major cities like Beijing and Los Angeles, smog is...

Samsung And MIT Working To Develop Batteries That Last Forever

08/19/2015, Right now the problem with most of the batteries in our electronic devices like laptops, smartwatches, smartphones, tablets, and so on is that they have a finite lifespan. We’re not talking about how long each battery lasts per charge, but how long a...

20km Space Elevator US Patent Granted

08/18/2015, It looks like a Canadian company is aiming high after it received its patent for a 20-kilometre-high space elevator, now talk about a really, really high speed lift that brings you to the heavens! I guess with such an elevator in tow, it would mean being...

Color-Changing Helmets Could Warn Of Potential Head Injuries

08/17/2015, When players tackle each other in sports like football or wrestling, or get punched in the head while boxing, or while falling off a motorcycle, sometimes it feels fine. You might feel a little jarred but on the surface you look all right, although in...

Digital Pens Could Help Spot Brain Problems Early

08/16/2015, For a while now, doctors have relied on tests where they get patients to draw objects like clocks to help diagnose if their brains might be have issues, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, as you can see in the drawings above. However by the time...

Baby Strollers Can Assist In Monitoring Air Quality

08/14/2015, If you would like to do your part in monitoring the quality of air around you, then perhaps you might be interested to know that you can contribute by attaching sensors to your bicycle or even baby stroller. Imagine if enough cyclists and parents do that,...

Self-Driving Car Project Titan Edges Closer To Reality

08/14/2015, Self-driving cars do seem to be the next big thing, and even the folks over at Apple have the intention to put one on the road, too. Documents spotted by The Guardian point to Apple’s upcoming self-driving car effort being known as Project Titan....

Shade Balls Released In The LA Reservoir To Combat Drought

08/13/2015, In case you didn’t know, the state of California is experiencing a drought. So while its people can help by not wasting water by using it needlessly, Los Angeles is trying to do their own part by releasing a whopping 96 million shade balls into the Los...

Robot Successfully Evolves By Building Its Own “Children”

08/13/2015, Do you share the beliefs of Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk that one day there will indeed be a robot uprising and they will take over the world, enslaving humanity in the process? If you do, then things just got scarier. It seems that researchers at the...

Fancy Your Window To Charge Up Your Mobile Device?

08/10/2015, Windows are there on buildings for a very good reason – to let light in, and at the same time, windows which can be opened would also ensure that a room or building is well ventilated. However, in most modern skyscrapers and buildings, the air...

MIT Research Points To Potential Battery Breakthrough

08/10/2015, With so many mobile devices being used by the masses these days, it would make plenty of sense to ensure that battery technology is well developed in such a way for these mobile devices to last the distance throughout the entire day’s use. Well, it...

Scientists Create Water Strider-Like Robot That Can Jump On Water

07/31/2015, Remember a few years ago, scientists created a robot that had the ability to jump on water? That particular robot was created by scientists at China’s Harbin Institute of Technology, and it looks like scientists at the Seoul National University and...