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Smart Stitches Could Help Monitor The Healing Progress Of Wounds

07/20/2016, If you’ve ever gotten a stitch, you know that usually doctors ask you to check back with them a few days or a week later just to see the progress of the healing, and whether or not the wound is healing nicely, or whether it could be infected and might...

NYC Approves The World’s First Underground Park

07/14/2016, When you think of parks, you probably think the bright, sunny outdoors where you can take a leisurely stroll and enjoy nature. Maybe enjoy a bike ride, a romantic date, a picnic, and so on. However over in New York City, it seems that the city has...

Machine Learning Algorithm Could Be Used To Detect Depression

07/12/2016, Machines and medicine have gone hand in hand for the past couple of decades, although for the most part they are used as tools where they can scan a person’s body, but at the end of the day it’s up to the doctor to interpret the findings. Like a...

MIT Media Lab Creates A Robotic Transformable Apartment

07/12/2016, Some of us don’t have the luxury of owning a big house or apartment. This means that when it comes to using the space that we do have, we have to be more selective, meaning that in some cases we might have to forgo that huge lounge sofa for a more...

Scientists Create Algorithm To Help Predict Terrorist Attacks

06/17/2016, How does one predict where a terrorist could strike next? Of course gaining the information beforehand like undercover or spy work is one way, or like we reported last month, spikes on certain YouTube videos could also indicate an imminent attack, but now...

Nano Film Could Help Lead The Way To More Bendable Wearables

06/13/2016, At the moment the majority of wearables that we have at the moment are designed to resemble watches, in which we have the main display and a strap that goes around the wrist, which is pretty much the only “bendable” part of the device, although it’s...

India Wants To Build A Supercomputer That Can Predict Monsoons

06/13/2016, Weather forecasts are simply that: they are forecasts meaning that it is an estimation of sorts in which it attempts to predict the next day’s weather based on data and other historical information. However sometimes weather forecasts aren’t always...

Snail Brains Could Help Scientists Create Smarter Robots

06/06/2016, You would think that if you were to develop an AI system or a brain of a robot that it would be highly complex. After all with all the different things we can think of and when it comes to problem solving, it would certainly involve complex algorithms and...

Students Launch A Rocket With A 3D Printed Engine

05/26/2016, 3D printing can be used to create all sorts of weird and wonderful things, whether it be a complete office to a fully functional motorcycle, it all seems to be possible. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that students at the University...

Apparently Deep Frying Water Is Now Possible

05/26/2016, Our obsession with deep frying everything edible is getting a bit out of hand. Sure, we get it, you might want to deep fry meat and vegetables, but when we start deep frying things like watermelon, ice cream, and chocolate bars (those deep fried mars bars...

Origami Robot Could Mend Stomachs From Within

05/25/2016, The next time you have an ailment with your tummy, your doctor might not prescribe you any kind of pills or medicine. Rather, he or she might actually pass you an origami-inspired robot, and ask you to swallow that with a glass of water. This is rather...

Robo-bee Can Perch Like The Real Deal

05/20/2016, The world of robots have clearly been advancing a whole lot in recent memory, and if you can remember the movie “Eye in the Sky”, the drone in there surely did its job pretty well, flying realistically. Well, here is a robot that is known as the...