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Smallest Bacteria On Earth Gets Shot – In A Photo

03/02/2015, You might be a vain pot, going about snapping selfies of yourself as well as whatever there is to do with you when you are dressed in your best. Not only that, you also have an intimate knowledge of where your best angle is. Well, you might want to know...

Tissue Engineering Gets A New Approach

02/26/2015, The wonders of medical science certainly does not cease to amaze. This time around, we have received word that there is a team of researchers who happen to hail from Italy, Israel and the United Kingdom, and they have worked together, achieving success...

‘NASCAR’ Race On The Moon In The Pipeline?

02/24/2015, It seems that two competitors in the Google Lunar XPrize competition have decided that working together is far better than working against one another, and they have teamed up with hopes that they are able to stage the very first car race not on earth ....

NXT-ID Patents Voice Directed Payments

02/23/2015, Just in case you have not heard of NXT-ID, Inc. before, they are a biometric authentication company that is focused on the growing mobile commerce market. Well, it is interesting to note that the company has just filed a provisional patent 62114357 for...

Breathalyzer Could Be Used To Screen For Lung Cancer

02/23/2015, Most of the time, we would associate a breathalyzer with something that the authorities, especially police, would use in order to keep tabs on drivers who have been ordered to pull over, to ascertain whether they are driving with alcohol in their blood...

Fish Skin Bandages Could Be Used To Heal Flesh Wounds

02/20/2015, While many of us do happen to like the idea of digging into some freshly grilled fish, I think that there will be a change in one’s perception when it comes to using fish parts as a fashion statement. Well, here is another idea that might not go down...

These Copper Huts Can Turn Green And Blend In With Nature

02/16/2015, Nowadays there seems to be a focus on developing green properties, which basically are properties that will take advantage of nature to help reduce the amount of energy consumed. This could come in the form of better placement of windows to allow the...

Sunlight Used To Create Liquid Fuel

02/10/2015, A solar-powered car is not exactly new in terms of inventions and science, but this does not mean that solar-powered vehicles are going to take over the world anytime soon. They are far from being commercially ready and available, and there are many other...

Silicene Could Result In Faster Computer Chips

02/04/2015, There is nothing quite like the need for speed – you see it in exotic supercars, and so too, are there land and air speed records to be broken. Well, wanting to go as fast as humanly possible – or within the realm of physics, is nothing new...

New Stealth Bomber Revealed In A Super Bowl Ad?

02/03/2015, It looks as though aviation company Northrop Grumman has decided to drop a teaser of its upcoming stealth bomber in, of all places, a Super Bowl commercial. The advertisement ran for half a minute which was aired during the Super Bowl, and it depicted...

Handroid Gives Former Royal Marine A New Lease Of Life

02/02/2015, It looks like Plymouth firm Advanced Control Research (ACR) over in the UK has literally lent a helping hand to paralysed former Royal Marine Dominic Lovett. Lovett, who is 27 years old this year, is partially paralyzed due to an accident, and he has been...

VineRobot Project Could Lead To Better Wine

01/29/2015, An European research consortium that is made up of Spanish, French, Italian and German universities and companies are currently looking into developing what they call the VineRobot, which will be an unmanned robot that comes with a slew of non-invasive...

Creadapt Is An Extremely Resilient Robot

01/28/2015, Is there such a thing as an unstoppable robot? I suppose in the realm of science fiction, then the T-1000, that is made up of liquid metal, would certainly be top dog – except in the case of the movie, where an outdated T-800 would be able to change...