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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...

Could Chocolate Get Healthier And Tastier?

03/26/2015, If you happen to be a chocolate lover, then you will be pleased as punch to hear of this particular bit of news. Researchers from Ghent University over in Belgium as well as the University of Ghana have managed to come up with a brand new technique for...

NASA Asteroid Redirect Mission Details Revealed

03/25/2015, NASA has revealed more information about its Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM), which is no longer attempting to capture an entire asteroid. The agency has now decided that a non-crewed spacecraft will be travelling to one of the three candidate asteroids...

Scientists Rice Cooking Method Might Drastically Reduce Calories

03/25/2015, In a recent research, scientists have discovered a novel way to cook rice, which might drastically bring down the calorie content of the starchy grain. The research comes as a breakthrough in tackling the alarming growth rate of obesity around the world....

Draw Using One’s Eyes?

03/24/2015, The skill of drawing comes in different forms – some people are pretty good at sketching portraits, while others are superb at architectural pieces, with others still focussing on the likes of comics. The common denominator would be the use of...

Small Trackers Map Bee Behavior

03/24/2015, If you already have issues keeping track of where your children are, then you might want to take note that you are not exactly a detail oriented person. Which means you should probably not work with the likes of small insects, bees included. Keeping track...

Robotic Hand Could Help With Stroke Patient Rehabilitation

03/23/2015, Stroke patients vary in terms of their recovery progress, where some of them are able to regain their usual mobility without missing a beat in no time at all, while others remain bedridden for the longest time, losing all hope of ever returning to their...

Computer Data Theft Via Heat?

03/23/2015, We do know that there is this thing known as data theft via Wi-Fi, but for data theft to happen to a computer through heat? That sounds improbable and downright crazy at first thought, but there is more science than witch doctor magic to it. Air-gapped...

Geneticist Looks Forward To Cloning A Mammoth

03/23/2015, Now this is certainly a mammoth sized task – in every sense of the world, literally and figuratively. Basically, Hwang Woo-Suk is not a person without controversy – his claim to fame would be the false claims of having cloned human stem cells....

Packing Peanuts Can Be Used To Help Charge Batteries Faster

03/23/2015, Whenever you order a package online and it is sent over, sometimes the sender stuffs packing peanuts in them to help cushion any shock that the package might experience during its delivery. However getting rid of them can be very troublesome as these...

Pee-Powered Distress Radio

03/19/2015, It does seem as though us humans never run short on good ideas – where researchers at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) have managed to come up with something interesting which could very well be a lifesaver in an emergency...