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Hubble Creates New Cosmic Distance Record

03/04/2016, The Hubble Space Telescope is certainly an engineering marvel, and it has not outlived its usefulness just yet. In fact, it looks as though it will be far from retiring at the moment, especially since it has smashed the cosmic distance record yet again by...

Tokyo University Runs Into Ethical Dilemma

03/03/2016, Like many other things in life, science is a two-edged sword – there are ways to use it for good, as well as options to reside on the other end of the spectrum. It looks like a robotic hand that always turns out to be the winner when challenging...

Robots Mimic ‘Octopus Skin’ Capabilities

03/03/2016, Nature is a very, very rich source of inspiration for the world of science. How many modern day innovations have come about simply because great thinkers looked at what nature does and would like to replicate it? The octopus is one really cool creature...

Chennai Residents Get Used To Self-Cleaning Smart Toilets

03/02/2016, With smart homes being the buzzword of late, you can be sure that anything in the house that has the word “smart” attached to it as a prefix would gain attention. Well, how about smart toilets? The city of Chennai in India has received the country’s...

This Business Card Comes With A Built-In Heart Rate Monitor

03/01/2016, With so many business cards being handed out everyday, it’s easy to have your card lost in a sea of cards, which means that it is important to pay attention to the design of your business card to ensure that it leaves a lasting impression with the...

Neural Network Determines Location Sans Geotags

02/26/2016, It looks like there is a new neural network that is capable of figuring out the exact location of an image – all without the need for geotags, which is a rather impressive achievement to say the least. This particular project is headed by Google’s...

3D Printed Vertebrae Implanted

02/25/2016, Earlier this month, we did bring you word that doctors have successfully printed out 3D living body parts, and here we are now with more word on 3D printing advancements in the medical field. Basically, doctors have successfully implated a 3D-printed...

New Rubik’s Cube World Record By A Robot

02/24/2016, Late last month, there was a whole lot of buzz on the Internet concerning the insane speed in which a robot is able to solve a Rubik’s Cube. You know how little time that robot took? Less than one second. Yup, it is definitely a head turning event for...

Robot Can Now Critic Art

02/24/2016, Who would have thought that a binary system is also capable of coming up with its own conclusion on something that is as abstract as art? If that is the case, then perhaps both art and science have more in common than what I have thought of all this...

Mitsubishi Develops New Floating Display

02/19/2016, Display systems have definitely advanced much over the years, and we seem to get more and more sophisticated by the day. Consumer level displays include those that are curved by the likes of Samsung and Sony, but how about a new kind of display that...

If Batman Had A Drone, This Might Be A Prototype

02/19/2016, Thankfully, drones are not like hoverboards over here in the US – being deemed to be unsafe for use among consumers. Still, this does not mean that you can simply walk out any buy any drone without having to register with the FAA beforehand. Here we...

Robotic Limb Gifts Drummer With Supernatural Playing Ability

02/19/2016, Watching world famous drummers who sweat it out while banging those drums is certainly a majestic sight to behold, but imagine what would happen if such drummers had yet another limb to hit those cymbals with? This is what the video above depicts –...

NASA To Build Mother Of All Telescopes

02/18/2016, It looks like the folks over at NASA are about to roll up their sleeves and work on a brand new telescope which could help us hunt down any other life forms out there, as well as stand a chance to check out any possible mysteries that the universe carries...