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Expandable Habitat Installed On The International Space Station

04/17/2016, When you are trying to renovate your home, it isn’t too difficult if you want to make one room bigger, or if you have a piece of landed property, you could potentially make your home bigger by expanding it. Over in space, it isn’t as straightforward...

Smart ‘Scalpel’ Could Make Brain Tumor Surgery Safer

04/17/2016, The brain is a delicate organ which means that during brain surgery, one wrong move could end in disastrous results. However a scientist by the name of David Oliva Uribe has recently developed what he is calling a smart ‘scalpel’ that could make...

Carbon Fiber Strands Will Help Protect Buildings From Earthquakes

04/13/2016, Due to Japan being situated in a volcanic zone on the Pacific Ring of Fire, earthquakes tend to happen every now and then. This is why if you were to visit Japan, you will realize that many of their buildings are outfitted with engineering features that...

Bipedal Robot Vacuums Your Stairs As It Walks

04/12/2016, Alphabet, which is a name associated with Google, has been said to be mulling over the possible sale of Boston Dynamics, the arm that churns out some pretty useful robots. Well, other than the more well known models like the Atlas robot, are there any...

WindSonic Robot Can Figure Out Who Farted

04/12/2016, Have you ever entered an elevator, and on the way up to the 10th floor, you (and the rest of the people) cringe your nose, as someone has let loose a fart that stinks to the high heavens? Unfortunately, the culprit too, in an effort to maintain his or her...

US Military Developing Vaccine That Can Adapt To New Viruses

04/11/2016, There are vaccines for all kinds of diseases. For example when traveling to certain parts of the world, it is a requirement for you to get vaccinated against certain types of diseases. However these vaccines are usually disease-specific, meaning that if...

Metal Foam Armor Makes Short Work Of Bullets

04/08/2016, There was a point in time when sheer firepower or having a gun proved to be the deciding factor in a straight up “fight” between two people, and if you had a knife, surely you would be picked off from a distance in the sight of a sharpshooter. Well,...

NASA To Build Exoplanet Searching Tool

03/29/2016, What happens when you have some of the very best brains around, with a healthy budget to play with, merged with the sense of adventure to look out for what lies beyond? Well, NASA has all of the above qualities as an organization, and they are investing...

Scientists To Send Fungi To Space In Search For New Medicine

03/29/2016, It does seem as though space is shaping up to be the next frontier for humanity, where there has been a fair number of expeditions and experiments done there, including the intention of setting a cargo ship on fire in space intentionally. Well, this time...

MIT Explores The Idea Of Roads With No Traffic Lights

03/21/2016, Traffic lights are a necessity since at the moment, pretty much all vehicles are driven by humans, and sometimes even humans need a little help in being told when to stop and let others go. However what if there was a future in which the need for traffic...

Scientists Might Have Discovered ‘Pregnant’ T. Rex

03/15/2016, It was just yesterday that we talked about how the fearsome and mighty T. rex had far smaller ancestors than originally thought, and here we are with word that scientists might have stumbled upon a ‘pregnant’ T. rex. Basically, this bunch of...

Pigeons To Help In Air Pollution Study

03/15/2016, London is a city that is cosmopolitan as much as it is multi-cultural, but when it comes to cleanliness of its surroundings, well, let’s just say that there are other cities which would provide your lungs with far better quality air. It looks like...

T. Rex Could Have Had Smaller Ancestors

03/14/2016, It looks like a dinosaur find in Central Asia has thrown more light in the direction of the gargantuan T. rex’s development in the course of history, as it looks as though the T. rex as well as the rest of its tyrannosaur cousins have evolved from far...

Stanford Creates Test That Can Detect HIV And Cancer Early

03/11/2016, It is no secret that early detection of cancer or illnesses of any kind will lead to a higher chance of being cured, or at least allow people to start getting treatment for it to delay any potential negative side effects. Recently scientists at Stanford...