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Levitating Displays Could Be A Thing In The Future

10/16/2016, Displays these days are marketed in terms of resolution where we are seeing terms like 4K, 5K, and even 8K tossed around. We are also seeing how displays have come a long way where they are impossibly thin and have an almost bezel-free design. However in...

Neural Implants Help A Paralyzed Man To Feel Again

10/13/2016, It is possible that thanks to science and the advancements in technology that people who are paralyzed can eventually start to feel something again. This is what pretty much happened thanks to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and the University...

Researchers Turn Beer Wastage Into Battery Electrodes

10/13/2016, Just like cooking, when it comes to making beer there will be quite a bit of wastage in terms of ingredients. For example did you know that to create one barrel of beer, it takes about seven barrels of water? And that water also needs to be filtered...

Researchers Suggest Using The Human Body To Transfer Passwords

10/03/2016, Biometric security is clearly starting to find more use in consumer products. This is because unlike regular passwords, you can’t “guess” someone’s fingerprint pattern or iris, thus making it more secure. So could it be possible that in the...

Man In London Seemingly ‘Cured’ Of HIV

10/02/2016, These days thanks to modern medicine, contracting HIV is not necessarily the death sentence it used to be, although it is unfortunately still incurable. Or at least until now because over in the UK, it has been reported that a 44-year old social worker...

‘Water Bear’ Protein Could Protect Human DNA From Radiation

09/21/2016, We’re sure that some of you guys have heard or seen photos of “water bears”, but in case you haven’t, they aren’t really bears. Instead they are a species of microscopic organisms called tardigrades. What makes them so fascinating is how robust...

Stanford Develops A Breathalyzer For Marijuana

09/14/2016, Breathalyzers used to measure alcohol are fairly common and are used when drivers are pulled over under suspicion that they might be driving under the influence of alcohol. So what about being under the influence of something else, such as marijuana?...

MIT Develops Camera That Can Read Closed Books

09/12/2016, Have you ever come across a book and thought to yourself, “Gosh, if only there was a way that I could read this book without having to open it!” If that describes you perfectly, you’re in luck because MIT has developed a camera for just that...

Researchers Develop Nano-Sized Fishes For Targeted Drug Delivery

09/11/2016, The way we consume drugs/medicine right now might not necessarily be the most efficient way. This is why researchers have been working on the ability to deliver drugs to a particular part of the body, which apparently makes it more effective and can...

Hi-Tech Urinal Will Wash And Dry Your Penis After You’re Done

09/06/2016, When guys are done at the urinal, there are a couple of ways to go about this. For some, shaking it a few times to get rid of excess drops is one way, but there are some who are particular and might grab a tissue to dab themselves dry before pulling up...

MIT Researchers Looking To Make Augmented Reality More Interactive

08/05/2016, Augmented reality seems like a nice way to blend virtual and the real world together, and Pokemon GO is a great example of the use of augmented reality technology. However the only downside is that the virtual objects aren’t necessarily interacting with...

Researchers Develop Solar Cell That Turns CO2 Into Hydrocarbon Fuel

07/31/2016, When you think of solar, you probably of the technology that converts sunlight into energy, and you would be right. However it seems that researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have managed to create solar cells that can do more than just...

Dolly The Sheep’s Clones Are Healthy

07/28/2016, Cloning is a concept that’s probably been on the mind of many scientists decades ago, and back in 1996, scientists achieved a breakthrough in which they successfully cloned their first mammal in the form of Dolly the sheep. Naturally some questions were...

Scientists Create Solar-Powered Machine That Turns Urine Into Water

07/27/2016, The idea of recycling our bodily waste into something more useful isn’t new. In fact last year Bill Gates was part of an initiative that turned human waste into drinking water, a feat which he gladly demonstrated on video. Now it looks like scientists...