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Plastic Gears Reinforced With Carbon Fiber Could Be The Future

04/23/2015, There is a reason why machines, for the most part, rely on the use of metal in their components. This is because unlike other materials such as plastic, metal is more resistant to warping and is definitely a lot tougher and won’t break as easily....

Butterfly Wings Could Be The Key To Developing Glare-Free Displays

04/23/2015, More often than not, there has been a lot of technological advances and creations that have been inspired by nature, and it looks like if you’re looking forward to having truly glare-free displays in the future, it seems as though butterfly wings could...

Disney Labs Comes Up With Soundwave-Powered Buttons

04/21/2015, Most of the time, we are very familiar with physical buttons in this world, whether it is meant for the remote control, on the vehicle’s dashboard console, or perhaps even on the handset itself – although physical buttons on a smartphone has...

Oclipse Smart Tone Claims To Be A Miraculous Sunscreen Solution

04/20/2015, Summer is approaching, and this would mean frolicking under the sun – be it by the beach or at a tropical paradise, it does not matter. The thing is, you might want to take the relevant precautions the next time you bake yourself under the sun, and...

Apple Increases Retail Renewable Energy Rollout By 3 Times

04/20/2015, Apple, the company that has been slated to hit the magical $1 trillion mark on the stock exchange in due time by certain analysts, has plans to ensure that their massive retail operations will rely entirely with renewable energy in the future. This is...

Astronomers Not Happy With Automated Lawnmowers

04/16/2015, We do know that when one talks about the name Roomba, chances are, the image of an automatic vacuum cleaner will pop into mind. That is a given, actually, especially when you take into consideration how the brand name has been built on that particular...

Human Body Gets Mapped

04/15/2015, It goes without saying that using Google Maps is more or less secondary nature to many of us, and for good reason, too. After all, it does offer one of the most accurate representations of getting around, especially in unfamiliar territory, and here we...

Sensor Capable Of Detecting Spoiled Meat

04/15/2015, In the past when there was no such thing as a refrigerator, how did regular folks manage to keep their meat edible after a long time? Well, salt comes into play, which is why there was even a period of time when salary was paid in terms of salt, going to...

Epidemia Clothing Line – Bridges Both Science And Art

04/14/2015, It looks like we are always on the edge, looking for the next big thing. Well, Epidemia might just fit this particular niche, where it will transform biological images such as heart cells as well as neurons into a fabric that is patterned quite unlike...

Texas City Could Be First To Rely On 100% Renewable Energy

04/14/2015, Is it an impossible dream? No, while not all dreams are impossible, they are definitely worth having. In fact, a small city in Texas might end up winning the race of being the first in the state to fall back on 100% renewable energy, now how about that...

Robo-Chef Could Whip Up A Mean Dish

04/14/2015, Robots have been deemed to be very suitable help around mankind, be it on the assembly line at a factory, or perhaps even making its way to a hotel or restaurant. While robot waiters do make sense, especially since they will be able to take down orders...

Skyscrapers Might Not Cast A Shadow At All

04/14/2015, If there is one way to tell whether a particular image or photo is fake or not, look out for the obvious clues – where the light source is coming from, and whether that particular object happens to cast a shadow or not. If it is a person, then that...

United Launch Alliance Introduces New Vulcan Rocket

04/14/2015, SpaceX, watch out! United Launch Alliance (ULA) has been hard at work on a new rocket program, and this is definitely not something new, although the name for this new rocket has just been decided on – and it will be called the Vulcan. A pleasant...