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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...

Scientists Create Secure Communications By Slowing Down Light

04/09/2015, Have you always wanted a more secure way of transmitting your information and not be worried about it being intercepted or eavesdropped along the way? While there are various security measures available at the moment, such as encryption, scientists at the...

Clear Smart Glass Capable Of Electricity Generation

04/09/2015, It does look as though anything that intends to make a splash these days will need to carry the “smart” moniker in front of the name, but hopefully this will not end up as a case of crying wolf for the really genuine cases. In fact, this latest...

Wasabi Could Play Role In New Pain Meds

04/08/2015, If you happen to have a great love for Japanese food, especially sushi, then I am quite sure that you are also familiar with the wasabi burn – a mistake that many a novice have had to experience before he or she realizes that a large dollop of...

Ratchet Exoskeleton Boots Makes Walking More Efficient

04/06/2015, There are some of us who don’t like walking and would prefer if there was as little walking as possible, preferring if we could cab it or at least take some form of public transportation. Now if you fall into that camp, you might be interested in a...

Large Hadron Collider Goes Back Online At CERN

04/05/2015, Back in February 2013 CERN shut down the Large Hadron Collider. Over two years later it has been brought back online once again. CERN restarted the world’s biggest and most powerful particle accelerator on Easter weekend. Though it’s not...

New Camera Can Figure Out Chemical Composition Of Item

04/03/2015, Now this is certainly something that spills out from the realm of science fiction, as though you would be able to see it from the HUD of Iron Man or something. I am referring to a compact hyperspectral imaging camera that is currently in the works by...

Delphi Car Drove Itself Across The Country

04/03/2015, Self-driving cars do seem to be gaining a rather strong traction by different companies, and I suppose if you were to roll out one of these rides, it would take a whole lot more research to make sure that such cars are safe – and also, to include a...

Smart Walking Aid Assists Those With Limited Peripheral Vision

03/31/2015, There are smartphones and smart watches these days, but so too, have we come across the likes of smart walking sticks in the past. Smart walking sticks do come in handy to assist visually impaired people in their moving around, since it would help them in...

NASA Set To Livestream Mars Lander Test

03/31/2015, It was last week that we received word that details to the NASA asteroid redirect mission were revealed. This time around, it will not be something in the same vein, but rather, NASA intends to livestream the ‘flying saucer’ Mars lander test, which...

Students Create Fire Extinguisher That Puts Out Fire Using Sound

03/27/2015, Step into any building and chances are you will probably come across at least one fire extinguisher. The fire extinguisher has not really changed in terms of design or content over the years but what if it was possible that we could extinguish an open...