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Japan Scientists Helps Slow Down Flower Aging

07/04/2014, Japan happens to be a country with a rapidly aging population, not to mention having one of the highest number of senior citizens in the world. This is partly due to their relatively healthy diet a generation ago, not to mention those living in the...

Chemical Scanner Might Influence Your Shopping Habits

07/03/2014, Being a savvy shopper does take plenty of time and effort these days, especially when new products are flooding the market more and more these days. Having said that, you would also want to eat healthy to remain healthy, and hence organic foodstuff,...

Lollapalooza Provides Attendees With Cashless Wristbands

07/03/2014, If you are going to make your way to Lollapalooza, which is a major U.S. music festival, you can be sure that it would pay plenty of dividends if you were to make your preparations a whole lot earlier. And by that, I mean ensuring that you have enough...

Madrid Parking Meters Charge More For Gas Guzzlers

07/03/2014, The next time you drive to Madrid, Spain, it might be interesting to take note of the parking meter system throughout selected areas. After all, massive changes were made this week, where selected parking meters have been updated in order to charge the...

Robots To Roam Decommissioned Nuclear Sites

06/30/2014, I am quite sure that no one in their right mind would want to hang around a site where a nuclear explosion went off some time ago, as you can never tell just how much radiation there is left behind simply by looking. Well, good thing robots have no such...

BugJuggler Robot Juggles Cars, How’s That For A Trick?

06/30/2014, Robots are starting to be more and more pervasive in our world, never mind that they have long ruled assembly and inspection lines in factories. Japan has a couple of robot museum guides who look so lifelike, they might have just taken a huge leap into...

NASA CO2 Satellite Set To Launch

06/30/2014, The folks over at NASA seem to have pulled yet another rabbit out of the proverbial hat, and this time around it would not involve sending a human being to space, but rather, to launch a satellite that will measure the average amount of CO2 above a...

LEGO Used To Study Plant Growth

06/26/2014, LEGO has certainly brought plenty of joy to the lives of little ones as well as over the years, where its latest advancement to remain relevant in today’s fast changing culture would be the adaptation of LEGO video games, a LEGO movie, as well as LEGO...

Sky Cars Network Set To Debut In Israel

06/25/2014, Traffic congestion in major cities continues to prove itself to be a problem that is difficult to solve, and with the ownership of cars rising every single year, this is one issue that does not look as though it will be solved anytime soon. Folks over in...

Bomb Detection Chip Is Super Sensitive

06/24/2014, Going out of the house requires plenty of faith – faith that your mode of transport is going to get you to your destination safe and sound, and in one piece, as well as faith that all will go well without any terrorist plot involving bombs crossing...

Robot Valet At Duesseldort Airport, Germany Parks Your Vehicle

06/23/2014, Traveling is an adventure by itself, as many a well-heeled or jet set person will be able to tell you. Open yourself to the unexpected, and you will see just how beautiful our world is. However, in our jam-packed lives, preparing to travel itself can be...

MIT Develops 36-Core Computing Chip Prototype

06/23/2014, We are more or less familiar with the presence of mobile devices these days that sport dual-core and quad-core, and in some cases, octa-core chipsets, but what about this new prototype from the brains over at MIT? They have apparently come up with a...

Building Targets Heats Directly At People To Save Energy

06/23/2014, When it comes to winter, one major issue that all building managers (commercial as well as at home, and that would normally mean the parents/adults who live at home where the latter is concerned) have to grapple with would be the issue of heating....