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Psychic code cracked?

02/01/2012, Everyone can be a psychic one day, or so that is the impression that I received after reading up about the efforts of a group of neuroscientists at the University of California, Berkeley, who claimed to have discovered a new scientific method to read...

Mirracle Magic Mirror lets you see inside your body

01/31/2012, In case you didn’t already know, the Kinect can be used as more than just a gaming device – the possibilities of what it can be used for is near limitless. Well, the folks over at the Technical University of Munich have decided to use it for...


SmartCap detects fatigued brains

01/30/2012, I guess with the advent of technology, many things can carry the “smart” tag – after all, it is not too hard to cram in a tiny microchip here and there to make a particular, everyday household item or even a piece of clothing gain some...

Military biomask can treat burned faces

01/30/2012, Anyone can tell you that getting burned is no fun at all, and even more if you suffer second and third degree burns – what more, on the face. Well, the military might have a solution in the far off future, targeting a 2017 release date that requires...

Ultrasound might be future of male contraception

01/30/2012, Just like how all roads lead to Rome, so too, are there many methods of contraception, but here is a potential breakthrough which might just cause heads to turn. Scientists have managed to use commercially-available ultrasound technology to reduce sperm...

Transform sound into energy

01/29/2012, I have always liked the idea of how Sebastian Shaw always knocked himself up (you can stop laughing now) each morning in order to have a reserve of strength throughout the day, and Bishop, who hails from the future and is capable of absorbing energy and...

DuoFertility ovulation Monitor picks up FDA approval

01/25/2012, The DuoFertility ovulation Monitor from Cambridge Temperature Concepts Ltd. has just picked up FDA approval, which means that it is going to be ready to be sold to the masses soon. This particular device is actually a wearable sensor and reader unit that...

Helius smart pill monitors your medication intake from within

01/18/2012, Following doctor’s orders is not exactly everyone’s favorite past time, especially when it involves taking one’s medication on time at regular intervals. Lloydspharmacy and Proteus Biomedical might just have a solution to help us...

Blood test can tell fetus’s gender at 5 weeks

01/17/2012, Don’t you just love how medical technology and science has progressed over the years? The latest development allows a blood test run on a mother, where its results are able to tell the fetus’s gender at just five weeks. This is a non-invasive...

Cyborg rats tests could fix brain damage in humans

01/17/2012, Dr. Frankenstein’s monster is famous for having different parts of cadavers sewn together, functioning after being animated with plenty of energy from a lightning strike. Well, here on planet earth, scientists are testing cyborg rats, hoping that...

Inflatable tourniquet might help save lives on the battlefield

01/15/2012, Being on the battlefield is one assignment that soldiers were trained for, but that does not mean it is plain sailing even if you have the world’s most advanced military machine backing you up. After all, there is always a weak point no matter how...

Wanted: Star Trek Tricorder

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] I would suppose that the presence of a Star Trek Tricorder in our universe might actually mean doctors could end up less relevant, although specialists and surgeons would still be in demand. Having said that, there is a cool $10 million in...