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MIT Develops Robot Carpenter That Can Make Customized Furniture

02/28/2018, Since we’re all shaped differently, a chair that’s comfortable to someone might not feel comfortable to another person. Sure, you could have custom made furniture, but that will be an incredibly expensive thing to do, unless of course you choose to...

MyLiFi Uses An LED Lamp To Beam Internet To Your Computer

02/19/2018, At the moment there are pretty much only two ways that internet can be delivered to your computer. One is through WiFi, and the other is through a cabled connection direct to your computer. There are pros and cons of either connectivity method, but the...


Nanobots Used To Help Kill Tumors In Mice

02/12/2018, The problem with more conventional methods of cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy and radiation, is that it is not a targeted treatment. This means that the patient’s entire body is being blasted with chemicals in a bid to kill of the tumor cells,...

Swiss Company Creates Tattoo Ink Using Human Biomaterial

02/09/2018, Tattoo ink, depending on the artist, can be made from a variety of materials. For some tattoo artists, they buy ready-made ink from companies, while others who are more traditional might actually grind the materials themselves to make their own ink like...

NASA Testing Implant That Could Slow Down Muscle Deterioation

02/08/2018, For those unfamiliar, muscle atrophy is when we do not regularly use or exercise our muscles, leading to them weakening and deterioating. This is especially prevalent in astronauts as maintaining muscle mass while in space has proven to be an issue, where...

DARPA Plans To Use Marine Life To Monitor The Ocean For Threats

02/05/2018, The ocean is vast and very, very deep, which means that we still have a lot to learn when it comes to learning how to traverse it. This means that monitoring the ocean for threats can be a daunting task, and this is an issue that DARPA acknowledges. So...

Researchers Develop Tiny Robots That Are Powered By Moisture

01/26/2018, Tiny robots have a lot of use, such as being small enough where they can swim around in our bodies to fight illness, or for infiltration where they are too small to be detected. However the problem with small robots is how do you power them? While tiny...

IBM Develops AI That Can Predict Risk Of Developing Psychosis

01/23/2018, Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to predict all kinds of things, such as shopping habits, the weather, topics that interest the user, and so on. Recently there was even AI that could predict when a terminal patient might die, which has the...

Researchers Develop AI That Can Predict Death

01/23/2018, Sometimes patients are given a terminal diagnosis in which doctors will then have to try and assess how much time that person has left to live. However sometimes these predictions aren’t always accurate, and patients can either end up dying earlier than...

Heat Generated By Bitcoin Mining Used To Grow Food

01/18/2018,  The misconception that some people have about mining for cryptocurrency like Bitcoin is that all they need is a couple of PCs with some powerful hardware, sit back, and let the money roll in. We suppose that’s not too far from the truth, although...

Bulletproof Graphene Becomes Harder On Impact

12/24/2017, Graphene has contributed significantly to the advancement of material science. It’s just a very tight sheet of Carbon atoms that’s thinner than a sheet of paper but it has great physical properties. Researchers continue to dig deeper in order...

Solar Powered Rig Harvests Hydrogen Fuel From The Ocean

12/19/2017, When it comes to renewable energy sources, we have seen how we can draw power from the sun in the form of solar energy, from the wind, from water, and so on. All are viable sources of sustainable energy and we have seen various companies try to...