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Original Shelby engineers give 1965 GT350R a new lease on life   

Modern restorations of classic cars are in vogue at the moment, and Shelby American is keen to get in on the action. The team behind the 1965 GT350R, dubbed the Original Venice Crew (OVC), will build modern recreations of that classic muscle car with an independent suspension setup originally designed by Ford in 1964... Continue Reading Original Shelby engineers give 1965 GT350R a new lease on life Category: Automotive Tags: Classic Motor Cars

2017-08-16 05:28:33
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Farming fish in a tiny percentage of the oceans could feed the world   

With a growing population, the world is looking more and more to the ocean as a source of food. But wild stocks of fish and other seafoods are being overexploited in many areas. Now, a study from UCLA suggests that if fish farming can be moved offshore, then an area of sea the size of Lake Michigan (0.025 percent of the ocean's surface), could meet the global demand for fish and allow wild stock to recover... Continue Reading Farming fish in a tiny percentage of the oceans could fee

2017-08-16 04:03:52
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Ford gets a year older with red-hot GT '67 Heritage edition   

Last year, Ford celebrated its breakthrough 1-2-3 1966 Le Mans win by launching the GT '66 Heritage Edition. That win wasn't only notable on its own, but also as part of Ford's four-year Le Mans winning streak. This year, Ford celebrates the second of those wins with the fiery '67 Heritage Edition, a special edition GT even more striking than last year's. .. Continue Reading Ford gets a year older with red-hot GT '67 Heritage edition Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-08-16 03:33:17
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Six-legged programmable robot is a technical toy for tinkerers   

Parents wanting to get their kids into coding from an early age are spoiled for choice, with toys like Vortex, Codeybot, Photon and Cozmo, but there aren't many gadgets for an older audience wanting to try their hand at programming. Currently on Kickstarter, Hexa is a six-legged, sensor-laden robot that's essentially a blank slate for people to program their own functionality into, and share those skills across a social network of tinkerers... Continue Reading Six-legged programmabl

2017-08-16 03:21:24
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Voyager 40th anniversary: Tracing an epic journey of discovery   

On August 20, 1977, Voyager 2 was launched, beginning humanity's most epic astronomical adventure. Two weeks later its sister spacecraft, Voyager 1, was launched, and the two explorers set out to shed light on the mysteries of our solar system by getting up close and personal with our distant neighbors for the first time ever. Forty years later, both pioneers are still operating, sending back data, and heading on their way out of our solar system to explore further than any spacecraf

2017-08-16 02:26:32
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FrontRow puts a livestreaming camera round your neck   

Although smartphones are equipped with all the hardware for first-person perspective filming, a few companies have been working to perfect a wearable camera that blends effortlessly into the wearer's life. Snapchat has Spectacles, and now Ubiquiti Labs has the FrontRow. With two cameras and the ability to livestream through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it's designed to make chronicling the events of your day easier than ever... Continue Reading FrontRow puts a livestreaming camera

2017-08-16 02:07:30
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"Frankenstein's dinosaur" fills the gap between predators and prey   

Dinosaurs came in a ridiculous variety of shapes and sizes, but just how they all fit together is still up for debate. The recently-discovered Chilesaurus is made up of a weird mishmash of body parts from different types of dinosaurs, and now scientists believe it could help plug a major hole in the history of these ancient reptiles... Continue Reading "Frankenstein's dinosaur" fills the gap between predators and prey Category: Science Tags: Dinosaurs

2017-08-16 01:41:14
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How tobacco plants and their relatives are helping us win the war against polio and Zika   

One of the great 20th century medicine success stories is the near eradication of the scourge of polio. Since the introduction of a vaccine in the 1950s, cases of polio have dropped by 99 percent. Offering hopes of complete eradication of the disease, a team of scientists in the UK has created a synthetic polio vaccine that contains non-infectious virus particles that can be grown quickly and cheaply in a close relative of the tobacco plant... Continue Reading How tobacco plants and

2017-08-16 01:33:38
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Speedster and Shooting Brake to round out Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato lineup   

The design partnership between Aston Martin and Zagato started with the DB4 GT Zagato in 1960, and has been sporadically rekindled over the intervening six decades. It spawned the Vanquish Zagato Coupe and Volante last year, but the designers clearly had more to give, because Pebble Beach will play host to another creation. Meet the Vanquish Zagato Speedster, which will be followed by a Shooting Brake... Continue Reading Speedster and Shooting Brake to round out Aston Martin Vanquis

2017-08-16 01:29:54
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The running jacket with a healthy kryptonite glow   

Vollebak is a young startup that makes outdoor sportswear with a science and tech slant. Some of the company's earlier innovations included the 100 Year Hoodie, made from super-strong aramid fibers, and a series of Relaxation Hoodies described as "travel-sized isolation tanks". The latest item to join the Vollebak wardrobe is a glow-in-the-dark, waterproof jacket... Continue Reading The running jacket with a healthy kryptonite glow Category: Outdoors Tags: Cl

2017-08-16 01:15:46
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Student-designed backpack finds new use for old chairs   

According to Britain's Birmingham City University, over 810,000 office chairs are disposed of annually in the UK alone. Concerned by that waste, Birmingham product design student Thomas Howell-Jones came up with a way to help keep them out of the landfill - he's using their back rests to make hard-shell backpacks... Continue Reading Student-designed backpack finds new use for old chairs Category: Good Thinking Tags: Backpacks Birmingham City ...

2017-08-15 21:15:13
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Siemens to construct eHighway on German autobahn   

Siemens first revealed its eHighway concept back in 2012, where a hybrid diesel/electric truck moving down a stretch of road could raise its specially-developed pantograph to meet overhead power lines and roll along on electric power only. Last year the eHighway project moved from testing to a live install on a 2 km stretch of public roads outside Stockholm, Sweden. Now Siemens has announced similar plans for a 10 km stretch of Germany's A5 autobahn... Continue Reading Siemens to co

2017-08-15 13:46:56
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Model X P100D review: Does Tesla's electric SUV pass the practicality test?   

Elon Musk launched his vision for an affordable, attainable electric car earlier this month. But before the Model 3, the tunnel-boring, interplanetary businessman had an idea for an all-electric SUV. With supercar doors and acceleration to match, the Model X is unlike any other family four-wheel drive we've driven - but does it have substance to match the show-car sizzle? We spent the weekend in the Model X P100D to find out... Continue Reading Model X P100D review: Does Tesla's e...

2017-08-15 12:38:35
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Graphene-fed spiders spin bionic silk   

Natural spider silk is already amazingly strong stuff, plus scientists have developed synthetic versions of the material. Now, however, Italian and British researchers have split the difference, in a manner of speaking - they've created silk that comes from spiders, but that has added man-made ingredients which give it extra strength... Continue Reading Graphene-fed spiders spin bionic silk Category: Materials Tags: Graphene Silk ...

2017-08-15 07:57:49
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Injectable tissue patch expands within the body for less invasive surgery   

One of the big challenges doctors face after patients suffer debilitating heart attacks is finding a way to repair the permanent damage caused to the organ. Research is booming in the development of regenerative cells or tissues to help repair damaged organs, but there are significant dangers in embarking upon major surgeries on already weak patients. To avoid this, a team at the University of Toronto has developed a regenerative tissue patch that can be injected within the body with

2017-08-15 06:05:27
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Supernova shows "the universe is crazier than science fiction"   

Thanks to a worldwide network of 18 robotic telescopes, researchers led by the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) were able to catch a brief blue glow in the sky which, they say, was the result of a different kind of supernova explosion. The find reveals surprising information about the companion star next to the white dwarf that sparked the spectacle... Continue Reading Supernova shows "the universe is crazier than science fiction" Category: Space Tags:

2017-08-15 05:59:51
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USB connections can "leak" private data to adjacent ports   

You'd be forgiven for thinking that wired connections are the way to go if you want to keep the data flowing between peripherals and your computer secure. But researchers have found that the ubiquitous USB connections used to connect all manner of devices to computers are prone to data "leakage" that can compromise data security. .. Continue Reading USB connections can "leak" private data to adjacent ports Category: Computers Tags: Data Protection

2017-08-15 04:57:53
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Sony lights up digital cinema with new line of 4K HDR laser projectors   

To keep movies looking sharp on the big screen, cinemas are increasingly going digital, either through digital projectors or huge backlit screens. Now, Sony has unveiled the SRX-R800 series, a new line of digital laser projectors capable of displaying in 4K and High Dynamic Range (HDR)... Continue Reading Sony lights up digital cinema with new line of 4K HDR laser projectors Category: Electronics Tags: 4k Cinema HDR

2017-08-15 04:17:40
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Tesla takes solar-powered Tiny House on tour   

Tesla has packed a number of its smart energy products into the one tiny mobile package. The Telsa Tiny House is being towed behind a Model X on a tour of Australia in an attempt to spread the word about the benefits of Tesla's products for generating, storing and using your own electricity... Continue Reading Tesla takes solar-powered Tiny House on tour Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Batteries Photovoltaic Tesla Tiny

2017-08-15 03:53:55
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South Australia to build world's largest single-tower solar thermal power plant   

Just a month after the state government of South Australia announced a deal with Tesla to create the largest lithium-ion battery storage facility in the world, it has now revealed plans to build the biggest, single-tower solar thermal power plant on the planet with a proposed output of up to 150 megawatts... Continue Reading South Australia to build world's largest single-tower solar thermal power plant Category: Energy Tags: Electricity Power

2017-08-15 03:26:05
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The world's first multi-user hologram table is here, on sale in 2018   

Australian company Euclideon has built a working prototype of what it calls the world's first true multi-user hologram table. Up to four people can walk around a holographic image and interact with it wearing only a small set of glasses - a far cry from bulky AR headgear. It's set to go on sale in 2018. .. Continue Reading The world's first multi-user hologram table is here, on sale in 2018 Category: VR Tags: Euclideon Holographic ...

2017-08-15 03:24:32
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Hard-edged Tvan MK5 off-road caravan conquers the Outback   

Off-road camping trailers are some of the toughest wheeled vehicles out there, designed to roll and rattle over Earth's most rugged, semi-navigable terrain. Some look the part better than others, and the Track Trailer Tvan sits at the top of the pack in that regard. Like a teardrop after a full steroid regimen, the Tvan looks like it's capable of not only dominating the rocks below its tires, but possibly breaking straight through any boulders or mountainsides that happen to stand in

2017-08-15 02:33:03
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Antarctica keeps 106-year-old fruitcake "almost edible"   

You may think you've found some frighteningly old leftovers at the back of your fridge, but they're likely to pale in comparison to a fruitcake recently uncovered by the New Zealand-based Antarctic Heritage Trust. Found in one of the huts used by Captain Robert Falcon Scott during his ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition of 1910-13, the "almost edible" fruitcake lasted over a hundred years wrapped in paper and preserved in a tin-plated iron alloy tin.. Continue Reading Antarctica keeps 1

2017-08-15 02:31:46
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Rechargeable zinc-air batteries zero in on lithium   

Zinc-air batteries are an enticing prospect thanks to their high energy density and the fact they're made with some of the most common materials on Earth. Unfortunately, those advantages are countered by how difficult it is to recharge these cells. Now, a team at the University of Sydney has created new catalysts out of abundant elements that could see rechargeable zinc-air batteries vying with lithium-ion batteries in mobile devices... Continue Reading Rechargeable zinc-air batteri

2017-08-15 01:48:56
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DR-7 could make a flying DeLorean a reality   

DeLorean is a name associated with a certain brushed stainless steel supercar, but now it's being added to aircraft. DeLorean Aerospace is developing a two-person VTOL aircraft called the DR-7 that combines rotating ducted lift/propulsion fans with an autonomous flight control system, allowing it to be flown by a minimally trained pilot... Continue Reading DR-7 could make a flying DeLorean a reality Category: Aircraft Tags: Aircraft DeLorean Ae

2017-08-15 01:10:35
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How goldfish brew their own booze to survive harsh winters   

If you've ever felt a little warmer after a few drinks, it turns out some animals use that as an actual survival strategy - although we wouldn't recommend trying it yourself. To make it through winter in the freezing, oxygen-starved waters of northern Europe, crucian carp (and its more domesticated cousin) goldfish produce their own alcohol internally, removing dangerous chemicals from their bodies and getting nicely sauced along the way. Now, researchers have worked out how they d...

2017-08-15 01:08:31
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Bite-sized Nugget tiny house is a weekend getaway on wheels   

Modern Tiny Living recently put the finishing touches to a model that makes your average tiny house look spacious. Though it measures just 12 ft (3.6 m)-long, the off-grid Nugget nonetheless has a bathroom, kitchenette, and sleeping area squeezed into its small frame... Continue Reading Bite-sized Nugget tiny house is a weekend getaway on wheels Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micro-House Off-grid

2017-08-15 01:03:02
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Brompton folding bike goes electric   

Although there are a great many folding bike manufacturers out there, Brompton is probably the most well-respected of the bunch. Now, the British company is introducing its first folding e-bike, known simply as the Brompton Electric. Among other things, it offers a battery range of 25 to 50 miles (40 to 80 km)... Continue Reading Brompton folding bike goes electric Category: Bicycles Tags: Electric Bicycle Foldable bike Related Article

2017-08-14 18:54:04
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Floating off-grid micro-cabin built to withstand extreme temperatures   

A cabin by the lake is pretty appealing, but how about a cabin on the lake? Russia's BIO Architects has developed a prototype floating micro-cabin that's designed to be used in remote locations and withstand extreme temperatures. Named DD16, it also runs off-the-grid with a solar power setup. .. Continue Reading Floating off-grid micro-cabin built to withstand extreme temperatures Category: Architecture Tags: Cabins Floating

2017-08-14 08:48:23
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Review: Guarding our wallets with the world's thinnest Bluetooth tracker   

For chronically forgetful folk that are always losing their keys or wallet, it's not hard to find trackers that beep and buzz to help locate them. What's slightly harder to find though are trackers that don't get in the way during normal use, before you lose the thing it's attached to. Sydney startup HButler claims its new Orbit Card is the world's thinnest Bluetooth tracker, and New Atlas went hands on to test its tracking prowess... Continue Reading Review: Guarding our wallets wi

2017-08-14 07:17:58
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Battling baldness by jumpstarting stem cells with lactate   

If stem cells can do everything from growing skulls to generating new heart tissue, you'd think they'd also be able to help regrow hair on balding heads. In fact, they soon might be able to do just that. Last year we saw that regular stem cells converted into epithelial stem cells (EpSCs) could be coaxed into growing new hair. Now, researchers out of UCLA have created a way to activate the stem cells already found in dormant hair follicles to get them doing their jobs again... Conti

2017-08-14 06:20:45
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Orbit Card: The world's thinnest Bluetooth tracker   

For chronically forgetful folk that are always losing their keys or wallet, it's not hard to find trackers that beep and buzz to help locate them. What's slightly harder to find though are trackers that don't get in the way during normal use, before you lose the thing it's attached to. Sydney startup HButler claims its new Orbit Card is the world's thinnest Bluetooth tracker, and New Atlas went hands on to test its tracking prowess... Continue Reading Orbit Card: The world's thinnes

2017-08-14 04:15:39
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Aston Martin AM37 yacht sails into first owner's hands   

The first Aston Martin AM37 yacht has been delivered to its lucky owner. With a shimmering blue exterior and extensively customized cabin, it's a brilliant example of what happens when one of the coolest brands in motoring decides to indulge its nautical bent... Continue Reading Aston Martin AM37 yacht sails into first owner's hands Category: Marine Tags: Aston Martin Boats Yachts Related Articles:

2017-08-14 03:22:02
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One Drop: The data-driven approach to managing diabetes   

Diabetes is a data-driven disease, with patients suddenly finding themselves inundated with information that they need to measure, monitor and record to stay healthy. But in an age of algorithms that could lighten the load, diabetes care still largely relies on patients manually keeping track of everything themselves. The One Drop system is designed to let people manage their diabetes through an integrated app, smart meter and supplies service, and New Atlas spoke to the company's fo

2017-08-14 02:27:19
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AI beats the world's best gamers after just two weeks of learning   

The past year has proven to be a landmark in artificial intelligence research. We have seen several big breakthroughs in AI development that were years in the making, from finally decimating human competitors in the incredibly difficult game of Go, to cracking the complexity of poker and snatching a heap of money from the professionals. .. Continue Reading AI beats the world's best gamers after just two weeks of learning Category: Computers Tags: Artificial I

2017-08-14 01:40:01
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All-in-one Fusion guitar lands in the US   

Back in October 2015, Melbourne-based designer Dave Auld secured production funding from over 1,300 Indiegogo backers to bring his remarkable Fusion guitar project to life. We got to see and hear the digital/analog hybrid for ourselves mid-campaign and were suitably impressed. Almost 2 years on and, from today, the instrument will go on sale in the US... Continue Reading All-in-one Fusion guitar lands in the US Category: Music Tags: Guitar Guit

2017-08-14 01:33:38
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Infiniti handcrafts a retro-futuristic dream in the electric Prototype 9   

Infiniti has completely unwrapped the stunning retro-futuristic Prototype 9 at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Inspired by classic Japanese racers, the car blends stunning proportions with a modern electric powertrain to create one of the most interesting concepts we've seen this year. .. Continue Reading Infiniti handcrafts a retro-futuristic dream in the electric Prototype 9 Category: Automotive Tags: Concept Cars Electric Vehicles

2017-08-14 01:15:58
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Space agencies track trajectory of approaching asteroid   

Asteroid 2012 TC4 hasn't been seen since its last brush with our planet five years ago, but calculations of its trajectory told astronomers that it would return in October 2017. Right on cue, the building-sized space rock has now emerged from the darkness of space, as it hurtles towards the Earth. NASA and the ESA plan to use it as a test run for the international Planetary Defense network, and have now been able to calculate its trajectory... Continue Reading Space agencies track t

2017-08-14 01:11:43
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The smart alarm clock ... on steroids   

Over the years we've seen various attempts to reinvent the humble alarm clock, from one that wakes you with an electric shock, another that literally runs away from you, and one that wafts your favorite scent into the air as you wake up. The Sandman Doppler eschews such gimmicks in favor of some features that most people will actually find pretty useful... Continue Reading The smart alarm clock ... on steroids Category: Around The Home Tags: Alarm Clock

2017-08-14 01:02:32
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Are we alone? Statistical analysis suggests that if we are typical, then the answer is probably yes   

If there are other civilizations in the Universe, then why, after 60 years of listening and looking, haven't we found any evidence of their existence? According to Daniel Whitmire, retired astrophysicist at the University of Arkansas, this may be because there's no one out there to find. Using statistical analysis, Whitmire concludes that, if Earth is typical, then it isn't possible for any other technological civilizations to exist at the same time as us... Continue Reading Are we

2017-08-13 06:53:42
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CRISPR-modified ants go "space cadet" without a sense of smell   

If a human being loses the sense of smell, it's a massive inconvenience. But in ants, it's a crippling handicap that prevents them from participating in ant society. A pair of independent studies from two teams used CRISPR technology to genetically alter ants to remove their ability to "smell," which resulted in their inability to interact with normal ants and produced changes in their brains... Continue Reading CRISPR-modified ants go "space cadet" without a sense of smell Categ

2017-08-13 01:35:48
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Collapsible Bavarian trailer hauls gear by bicycle or foot power   

We keep hearing how millennials are eschewing material goods in favor of experiences, but someone fairly fit and energetic is still collecting goods and those goods need shuttling from A to B. At least that's the conclusion we're led to draw, as cargo bikes of all shapes and sizes continue to hit streets and the market of man trailers continues to welcome new models. The latest player in the man trailer segment, the Reacha sports utility trailer can be pulled by hand or by bike and u

2017-08-12 01:54:24
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Polymer made from cooking oil soaks up mercury pollution   

Industrial activity like coal-burning and mining has greatly increased the amount of mercury in our environment, so much so that it now contaminates rivers, lakes and waterways as far away as the Arctic. Exposure to the harmful compound can not only damage wildlife, but humans in the early stages of development, too. Scientists have now developed a low-cost polymer that can soak up mercury in its most harmful forms, raising the prospect of a cheap and sustainable way to clean up the

2017-08-11 15:13:02
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Sea snakes are turning black to keep clean   

Ordinarily, turtle-headed sea snakes have black skin with white bands or blotches. In a recent study conducted at the Pacific island of New Caledonia, however, it was discovered that snakes living on reefs near the city or military activity were almost pure black. It turns out that they've evolved to shed pollutants that bind to the melanin in black skin... Continue Reading Sea snakes are turning black to keep clean Category: Biology Tags: Evolution

2017-08-11 12:10:06
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AI engine poised to discover how music legends would play modern pop songs   

Many musicians cut their teeth playing cover versions of favorite or popular artists, but how would long gone players of yesteryear handle tunes by modern artists like Lady Gaga or Coldplay? How might Beethoven or Bach interpret a Justin Bieber or Miley Cyrus track? Impossible to know. Research out of Birmingham City University in the UK might soon shed some light on such intriguing questions, thanks to a computer algorithm that can analyze the playing styles of legends to determine

2017-08-11 11:24:29
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Volkswagen upsizes California camper van with XXL concept   

"Westfalia" is undoubtedly the most famous name in Volkswagen camper van lore, but "California" has also claimed its place in the VW camper van lexicon. Launched as a Westfalia model in 1988, the California eventually became Volkswagen's own in house-built camper when the California T5 went into production in 2004. Now the good Volks from Wolfsburg are exploring an XXL-sized California based on the second-generation Crafter van. The extra size paves the way for a wet bath and roomy k

2017-08-11 11:17:53
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Retro paddle board is ready for rum-running   

For some people, there's nothing quite so exquisite as a classic wooden motorboat. Well, Minneapolis-based entrepreneur Kevin Fitzke has taken that aesthetic and applied it to the stand-up paddle board. The resulting watercraft, known as The Bootlegger, is definitely a beauty to behold... Continue Reading Retro paddle board is ready for rum-running Category: Marine Tags: paddleboarding Retro Watercraft Wooden

2017-08-11 08:14:05
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La Bohème tiny house squeezes a lot of home into a little space   

As we've mentioned before, French laws require tiny houses to be very small and light compared to their counterparts over in North America. With this in mind, it's all the more impressive that French firm Baluchon managed to squeeze so much into its latest project, La Bohème... Continue Reading La Bohème tiny house squeezes a lot of home into a little space Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micro-House Tiny ...

2017-08-11 07:43:07
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Inexpensive device lets a smartphone perform medical diagnoses   

Ordinarily, for the spectral analysis of peoples' blood, urine or saliva samples, lab-based machines costing thousands of dollars are required. Needless to say, such equipment isn't always available to clinicians in developing nations, or to patients monitoring their own health at home. Now, however, scientists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created a US$550 3D-printed device that works with an ordinary smartphone to do the same tests with just as much accur

2017-08-11 06:46:05
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Couple convert ex-Royal Navy helicopter into luxury cabin for five   

Martyn and Louise Steedman, the owners of Mains Farm Wigwams, have converted a decommissioned Sea King helicopter into a luxury tiny dwelling that is now available to glamping and tiny house enthusiasts. Located in the countryside of Stirling in Scotland, "Helicopter Glamping" offers a unique escape away for up to five guests and comes with a spectacular cockpit lounge area that takes advantage of the views across the Carse of Stirling to the Fintry Hills... Continue Reading Couple

2017-08-11 05:41:44
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Australian semi-autonomous vehicle trials turn focus to the tarmac   

Carmakers aren't the only ones involved in preparing for the onset of self-driving technology. The groups responsible for maintaining roads - local governments and private road operators - all have a part to play in bringing autonomy to the masses as well. A trial in Melbourne, Australia, is out to better understand how things like road signs, lane markings and road works impact current semi-autonomous driver assists... Continue Reading Australian semi-autonomous vehicle trials ...

2017-08-11 05:13:38
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NASA looks at reviving atomic rocket program   

When the first manned mission to Mars sets out, it may be on the tail of an atomic rocket engine. The Space Race vintage technology could have a renaissance at NASA after the space agency's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama signed a contract with BWXT Nuclear Energy to develop updated Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (NTP) concepts and new fuel elements to power them... Continue Reading NASA looks at reviving atomic rocket program Category: Space Tags:

2017-08-11 05:09:45
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Acura to debut 2018 RLX and its hybrid sports car design at Monterey   

Acura's 2018 RLX is meant to reflect the automotive brand's new design direction through the company's flagship sports sedan. The 2018 RLX will make its public debut at the upcoming Monterey Automotive Week in California on August 15-19, showcasing the complete redesign of the vehicle... Continue Reading Acura to debut 2018 RLX and its hybrid sports car design at Monterey Category: Automotive Tags: 2017 Monterey Car Week Acura Related

2017-08-11 05:08:47
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New HPV vaccine could prevent almost all cervical cancers   

For women, cervical cancer is the fourth most widespread cancer, and in developing countries it is the most common cause of cancer death. A new study from researchers at Melbourne's Royal Women's Hospital and the Victorian Cytology Service has found that a new HPV vaccine could prevent up to 93 percent of all cervical cancers. .. Continue Reading New HPV vaccine could prevent almost all cervical cancers Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Vaccines

2017-08-11 04:50:21
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US Army creates powder that recharges equipment in the field   

Today's soldiers trekking around on missions need to carry pounds and pounds of electronic equipment with them, and then about that much again in batteries to power it all. The US Army has been trialing systems that harvest kinetic energy through the wearer's walking, and now a chance discovery might also help lighten the load. The US Army Research Laboratory has created an aluminum-based powder that produces a surprisingly high amount of energy when placed in water. .. Continue Re

2017-08-11 04:41:37
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Calling all aliens: What's the best way to contact our galactic neighbors?   

August 20, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the the first NASA Voyager mission, which is carrying a golden record filled with messages to potential civilizations beyond our solar system. This year is also the 20th anniversary of the sci-fi film Contact that dealt with our receiving radio messages from extraterrestrials. Both the record and the film were brain children of the late Carl Sagan and raise an interesting question: which approach has the greater chance of su

2017-08-11 03:55:56
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Researchers hack computer using malware encoded in synthetic DNA   

In what they're calling the first evidence of a DNA-based exploit of a computer system, a team of scientists have successfully shown that a computer can be hacked through malicious code incorporated into synthetic DNA. While the exploit is still essentially hypothetical, with no evidence there are such threats currently in the wild, it does expose a major security flaw that could pose a significant problem in the future... Continue Reading Researchers hack computer using malware enc

2017-08-11 02:19:39
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Genetically engineered pigs could soon become organ donors for humans   

The field of xenotransplantation - implanting organs from one species into another - has accelerated dramatically since the discovery of the CRISPR gene editing tool a few years ago. Hurdles that previously seemed insurmountable are now not so daunting. The latest landmark development in the field comes from a team of scientists who successfully created genetically modified piglets free of 25 retroviruses that are generally present in pigs but thought to cause harm to humans... ...

2017-08-11 02:07:51
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Breezy bamboo sports hall keeps competitors cool in the tropics   

While plenty overlook it as a construction material due to its vulnerability to moisture and insects, there are a growing number of designers and architects that see huge potential in bamboo. Some impressive examples can be found in the Asian tropics, including the latest handiwork of Chiangmai Life Architects which has used the sustainable and cheap material to craft a school sports hall in the mountains of Thailand. .. Continue Reading Breezy bamboo sports hall keeps competitors c

2017-08-11 01:51:11
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Tiny ultrasound-triggered sacs designed to relieve pain   

Opioids may be an effective means of post-operative pain relief, but they're also potentially addictive. With this drawback in mind, scientists at Boston Children's Hospital have developed a new pain management system that incorporates ultrasound and liposomes (microscopic man-made sacs) full of a nerve-blocking agent... Continue Reading Tiny ultrasound-triggered sacs designed to relieve pain Category: Medical Tags: Boston Children's Hospital P

2017-08-10 19:56:06
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Facebook launches Watch platform for original video   

There's a battle going on for our attention, that no media format is safe from. Video already features heavily in Facebook's news feed, but the social media giant is ramping things up with its new Watch tab, which will be available across its various apps and offers users a dedicated place to view original video content. .. Continue Reading Facebook launches Watch platform for original video Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Facebook Video

2017-08-10 19:14:28
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Towards a smarter window   

Although you may not have encountered any yourself just yet, there are now "smart" windows that can electronically go back and forth between clear and tinted states. While they do help to keep air conditioning bills down by blocking the sun's rays, they still have some drawbacks. An experimental new type of smart window from Stanford University, however, is claimed to address those shortcomings... Continue Reading Towards a smarter window Category: Science Tags:

2017-08-10 14:55:44
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Vitamin B3 – a "cure" for many miscarriages and birth defects?   

According to Australia's Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, one in four pregnant women will experience a miscarriage, and 7.9 million babies are born with a serious birth defect worldwide every year. A new study conducted at the institute, however, indicates that simply taking vitamin B3 could cause those numbers to drop drastically... Continue Reading Vitamin B3 - a "cure" for many miscarriages and birth defects? Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Ba...

2017-08-10 14:51:20
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Chimps learn to play rock-paper-scissors   

While robots have been able to play rock-paper-scissors for some time, researchers at Kyoto University and Peking University have now taught the fairly complex skill set associated with the game to chimps. The primates demonstrated an uncanny ability to understand relationships, grasp circular patterns and, according to the researchers, were able to learn and play the game as well as four-year-old humans... Continue Reading Chimps learn to play rock-paper-scissors Category: Scien

2017-08-10 13:45:56
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Newly discovered gut microbe could treat diseases beyond the stomach, such as MS   

We tend to think of bacteria as bad news, but some types found in our stomaches can bring great health benefits, such as those that feed on dark chocolate to produce anti-inflammatory compounds. Now, scientists have discovered a gut microbe that could be used to treat diseases outside the stomach, presenting new territory for these belly-dwelling bacteria... Continue Reading Newly discovered gut microbe could treat diseases beyond the stomach, such as MS Category: Medical Tags

2017-08-10 13:42:45
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AliveInVR allows music makers to create, mix and play in VR   

Perhaps unsurprisingly, much of the virtually reality development focus at the moment seems to be on entertainment, such as gaming and immersive video. But making music has also been getting some attention thanks to projects like Lyra VR and SoundStage. Now AliveIn has created an app that's designed to bring Ableton's Live sequencer and digital audio workstation software suite to life... Continue Reading AliveInVR allows music makers to create, mix and play in VR Category: Music

2017-08-10 13:07:39
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Ferrari 330 GT V12 station wagon by Vignale   

Our feature last month entitled "the world's most expensive station wagon" featured a Bentley Arnage station wagon upon which $900,000 had been spent and we didn't think there could be a more lavish attempt on making a prestige car more utilitarian - we were wrong. This 1965 Ferrari 330 GT was transformed from a standard 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 to something quite unique by no less than Alfredo Vignale, and unlike the above mentioned 2003 Bentley Arnage which failed to reach its $90,0

2017-08-10 06:21:26
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Budget-friendly Ticwatches cut the cost of Android Wear   

Folks looking for a useful smartwatch and not wanting to splash hundreds of dollars now have a new budget-friendly option on their hands. The latest Ticwatches from Chinese company Mobvoi offer all the functionality of Android Wear 2.0 at a price that seriously undercuts some big-name competitors... Continue Reading Budget-friendly Ticwatches cut the cost of Android Wear Category: Smartwatches Tags: Android Android Wear Kickstart

2017-08-10 06:06:15
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East Coast Defender takes a gentler approach with Project Ironhorse   

The now-discontinued Land Rover Defender is an iconic vehicle, but East Coast Defender has made its name by sullying those classic lines for well-to-do buyers. Its latest creation takes an old-fashioned approach to interior luxury, and blends it with a reworked powertrain for an off-road experience like no other... Continue Reading East Coast Defender takes a gentler approach with Project Ironhorse Category: Automotive Tags: East Coast Defender

2017-08-10 05:12:58
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Curiosity snaps fast-moving clouds in the Martian sky   

Even robots exploring other planets need to take some time to unwind and just watch the clouds for a while. The Curiosity rover, which just last week celebrated its fifth anniversary on the Red Planet, has now sent back some of the clearest photos yet taken of extraterrestrial clouds... Continue Reading Curiosity snaps fast-moving clouds in the Martian sky Category: Space Tags: Cloud Curiosity Rover JPL Mars

2017-08-10 05:06:44
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New study offers insights into how we can learn while we sleep   

Research from a team in Paris has found that new auditory memories can be formed while we sleep, as long as they are delivered during the right sleep phase. The idea we can form new memories while we slumber has been a topic of great debate among scientists in recent years and this new study demonstrates that the brain can indeed learn new information in a sleeping state... Continue Reading New study offers insights into how we can learn while we sleep Category: Biology Tags:

2017-08-10 04:09:28
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Infiniti retro-modern race car and other killer concepts coming to Pebble Beach   

Each August, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance welcomes an astounding collection of classic and modern automobiles. Just take a look at what was on show last year to see for yourself. At this month's event, Infiniti plans to walk the line between classic and modern, presenting a vintage race car fully updated with electric technology and modern design language. The prototype open-top racer will be joined by concept debuts from a several other luxury automakers. .. Continue Readi

2017-08-10 03:58:35
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New species of dinosaur is the largest land animal to ever walk the Earth   

After years of digging and research, paleontologists have identified a new species of dinosaur - and it seems to be the largest land animal to ever walk the Earth. Over 150 bones from at least six individual animals were found in a dig site in Argentina, and from those scientists were able to estimate their body mass, age, and the environment the beasts came from... Continue Reading New species of dinosaur is the largest land animal to ever walk the Earth Category: Science T...

2017-08-10 03:35:16
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TouRig brings German-designed modularity to US camper vans   

Terracamper and related brands like Flowcamper and Dogscamper have long been turning regular, boxy vans into versatile modular campers over in Germany. We knew the brand had made its way to North America, and now we've had a better look at some of the campers it's bringing to market. Colorado conversion shop TouRig will be one of its partners, transforming Mercedes Sprinter and Metris vans into flexible, modular camper vans built to explore highways, byways and dirt tracks. .. Conti

2017-08-10 03:06:43
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Singer and Williams collaborating on ultimate air-cooled 911 engine   

Singer Vehicle Design has made a name with its lovingly conceived, elegantly executed Porsche 911 restorations in recent years. What started as a passion project has morphed into one of the most exciting operations in the motoring world - and now, it's teaming up with Williams Advanced Engineering and legendary engineer Hans Mezger to create the ultimate air-cooled 911 engine. .. Continue Reading Singer and Williams collaborating on ultimate air-cooled 911 engine Category: Auto...

2017-08-10 02:27:14
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Sakura tiny house takes colder climes in its stride   

Canada isn't known for its balmy winters so Quebec-based tiny house firm Minimaliste had some work to do to make sure the Sakura tiny house was suitable for year-round living. It features plenty of insulation, fancy underfloor heating to keep the owner warm at night, plus some clever design to make the most of the limited space available. .. Continue Reading Sakura tiny house takes colder climes in its stride Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home

2017-08-10 02:26:43
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LG promises to set new standards in low-light smartphone photography with flagship V30   

The LG V30 flagship smartphone isn't expected until the end of the month, but LG is getting its promotion in early. The company says the handset's camera will feature the smallest aperture ever seen on a phone - an f/1.6 lens - setting new standards for low-light photography... Continue Reading LG promises to set new standards in low-light smartphone photography with flagship V30 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: LG Mobile P...

2017-08-10 02:24:05
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MC2 Chopper gives the penny farthing a modern makeover   

We've seen plenty of inventors try and reinvent the bicycle, but there aren't many that take inspiration from the penny-farthing. The first MC2 caught our attention with its odd-sized wheels and multi-mode riding position, and its follow-up is just as interesting. With no chain and a laid-back driving position the MC2 Chopper is every bit as strange as its predecessor, but it's strange in the best way possible... Continue Reading MC2 Chopper gives the penny farthing a modern makeove

2017-08-10 01:35:25
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Cassini to skim Saturn's atmosphere in last orbits   

NASA's Cassini probe is gearing up for its final five orbits, during which it will skim the atmosphere of Saturn before making its final plunge. On August 14 at 12:22 am EDT, the unmanned spacecraft will pass within 1,010 to 1,060 mi (1,630 to 1,710 km) of the cloud tops where it will travel deep enough inside the atmosphere to need to use its reaction control thrusters to maintain stability... Continue Reading Cassini to skim Saturn's atmosphere in last orbits Category: Space

2017-08-09 13:41:39
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Bike gadget represents a shift in shifting   

It can be a tricky business, selecting the proper gear combinations on a dual-derailleur bike. You always want to avoid "cross-chaining," a situation in which the chain is stressed by being placed at too much of a lateral angle (such as if it were running from the outermost chainring to the innermost sprocket, or vice versa). French inventor Rolland Norbert is attempting to address the situation, with his Twin Shift... Continue Reading Bike gadget represents a shift in shifting C

2017-08-09 11:23:19
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Moon's magnetic field may have drawn power from the Earth to last longer than thought   

A sample brought back to Earth by the Apollo 15 mission in 1971 indicates that the interior of the Moon may have been active for longer than previously believed. According to researchers at MIT and Rutgers University, the molten core of the ancient Moon was an active dynamo that drew power from the Earth's gravitational pull to keep its magnetic field going for a billion years longer than previously thought... Continue Reading Moon's magnetic field may have drawn power from the Eart

2017-08-09 10:49:44
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Intel to build a 100-strong fleet of self-driving cars   

In addition to drones, virtual reality and smart sports gear, Intel is making strong moves in the world autonomous vehicles, something it recently demonstrated with a US$15 billion purchase of driverless tech company Mobileye. The computer hardware company has hit the ground running with its new acquisition, today revealing plans for a fully autonomous fleet of driverless vehicles to be tested later this year. .. Continue Reading Intel to build a 100-strong fleet of self-driving car

2017-08-09 10:20:16
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The 100 most valuable cars for sale at Monterey Car Week   

Our regular Monterey Car Week auction preview lists no less than 113 cars with estimates exceeding $1 million. Pictures, links to auction descriptions, all the key info precised... Continue Reading The 100 most valuable cars for sale at Monterey Car Week Category: Automotive Tags: 2017 Monterey Car Week Alfa Romeo Aston Martin Bentley BMW Bonhams Bugatti

2017-08-09 10:14:53
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Tile object tracker doubles its range   

We've seen a number of connected devices that help locate lost items over the years, but one that seems to have stayed the course is the Tile tracker from 2013. Its makers have just returned with an updated version, which doubles the range of the original products and a includes a couple of other handy upgrades, too... Continue Reading Tile object tracker doubles its range Category: Around The Home Tags: Object Tracker Tile Related Art

2017-08-09 08:57:45
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B&O's mammoth BeoLab 90 speakers get a powerful baby brother   

Announced in October 2015, Bang & Olufsen's striking BeoLab 90 speakers were monstrous creations that simply refused to be ignored. Each weighed in at 300 lb, stood 4 feet tall, pumped out over 8,200 watts, and if you wanted a stereo setup in your audio room, you'd need to part with nearly $80,000. Almost 2 years later, B&O has crammed much of its flagship tech into a smaller and (relatively) cheaper package called the BeoLab 50 active speaker... Continue Reading B&O's mammoth BeoLa

2017-08-09 08:08:49
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Generative design and the radical, skeletal new look of tomorrow   

One little button in a piece of CAD software is threatening to fundamentally change the way we design, as well as what the built world looks like in the near future. Inspired by evolution, generative design produces extremely strong, efficient and lightweight shapes. And boy do they look weird... Continue Reading Generative design and the radical, skeletal new look of tomorrow Category: Good Thinking Tags: 3D Printing Autodesk CA

2017-08-09 06:57:06
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Scientists unclog genetic brain blockade in mice with Alzheimer's   

Researchers at MIT have uncovered a new potential treatment for reversing memory loss of Alzheimer's sufferers. The technique targets an enzyme known as HDAC2, which blocks genes vital to memory formation in Alzheimer's patients, and so far it has shown promise in tests in mice... Continue Reading Scientists unclog genetic brain blockade in mice with Alzheimer's Category: Medical Tags: Alzheimer's Disease Brain Enzyme

2017-08-09 05:39:21
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Clinical trials of stem cell-based "functional cure" for type 1 diabetes underway   

A human clinical trial examining the safety and efficacy of a "functional cure" for type 1 diabetes is currently underway. Trials of the novel islet cell replacement therapy developed by ViaCyte involve a device containing stem cells being implanted into a patient with type 1 diabetes. It's hoped these cells will then mature into human islet tissue with insulin-producing beta cells that produce insulin on demand... Continue Reading Clinical trials of stem cell-based "functional cure

2017-08-09 05:35:22
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Portable Walkera Vitus 320 drone takes on the DJI Mavic   

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, they say, and if that's the case, then there's a heck of a lot of flattery going on between Chinese manufacturers. The Vitus 320, from Walkera out of Guangzhou, bears an uncanny resemblance to the Mavic, from DJI out of Shenzhen... Continue Reading Portable Walkera Vitus 320 drone takes on the DJI Mavic Category: Drones Tags: Drone photography drones Walkera Related Articles:

2017-08-09 05:06:56
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Drug biomarker could lead to rape convictions   

Gamma hydroxybutyric acid - better-known as GHB - is a drug that makes people sleepy and can induce amnesia. That's why it's become a popular "date rape" drug. Unfortunately for law enforcement officials, it can only be detected in the body for a few hours after being ingested. Thanks to new research conducted by Spanish and British scientists, however, there may soon be another way of proving that someone has been given GHB... Continue Reading Drug biomarker could lead to rape ...

2017-08-09 04:59:25
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A key to restoring youthful brain plasticity could be in a single gene   

As we age, our brains slowly lose the ability to learn, remember, adapt and heal from injury. This flexibility is known as brain plasticity, and it explains why youngsters can soak up information like sponges and adapt to their surroundings, while the more mature of us tend to forget things and struggle to learn new skills. Scientists have long sought an uncover the mechanisms behind this reduction in brain plasticity, and a team at the University of Utah has uncovered a possible key

2017-08-09 04:49:44
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Electron rocket failure caused by ground error   

Rocket Lab says that the failure of its Electron rocket to reach orbit was due to a ground equipment error and not from any fault with the launch vehicle. A two-month internal investigation by Rocket Lab overseen by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of telemetry from the failed May 25 launch attempt, called "It's a Test," in New Zealand revealed that the root cause of the flight's termination was a fault in a third-party contractor's equipment... Continue Reading Electron

2017-08-09 04:06:22
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Kuickwheel covers the long and short of electric skateboards   

As electric skateboards grow in popularity, more companies are trying to cash in with light, powerful new designs. Based in San Francisco, Kuickwheel is a startup that wants to rattle the likes of Evolve Skateboards with a light, compact entry-level unit and a longer-range, high-performance board... Continue Reading Kuickwheel covers the long and short of electric skateboards Category: Urban Transport Tags: Batteries Electric Skateboards

2017-08-09 03:33:13
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The protein that can make your heart think you exercise   

Although it's usually used as a compliment, having a big heart can be a good thing or a bad thing. When it needs to pump more blood, the heart can grow in a good way in response to exercise and pregnancy, but after a heart attack, swelling of the heart muscles can lead to further complications. Now, Canadian scientists have found that a protein called cardiotrophin 1 (CT1) can essentially trick the heart into the good kind of growth, and reduce the bad kind... Continue Reading The p

2017-08-09 03:29:04
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Chip reprograms skin cells with a short electric pulse   

Technologies that reprogram one type of cell to perform the role of another hold a huge amount of potential when it comes to medicine, possibly changing the way we treat everything from Parkinson's to pancreatic cancer to brain tumors. One broader outcome of all of this could be a game-changing ability to repair and restore damaged tissue and organs. Scientists are now reporting a promising advance in the area, in the form of patch that they say can use an electric pulse to turn skin

2017-08-09 03:17:05
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Materials that self-destruct if they're not "fed"   

Most artificial materials are made to last, which is great while they're being used but not so great when it comes time to dispose of them. Inspired by biological processes, researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are developing materials that "die" when they run out of energy, which could lead to time-release drug delivery systems and eventually electronics and packaging that self-destructs when required... Continue Reading Materials that self-destruct if they're no

2017-08-09 02:47:48
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PolarSeal top keeps the cold at bay with two heated zones   

It can be hard to leave the comfort of a heated home in the depths of winter, but (unfortunately) humans can't hibernate forever. Fillony wants to make it easier to brave the cold with its new PolarSeal heated sweaters. Like the Flexwarm smart jacket, the PolarSeal tops allow multi-zone, multi-level heating, but in a garment that can be worn under a jacket or over a t-shirt... Continue Reading PolarSeal top keeps the cold at bay with two heated zones Category: Outdoors Tags:

2017-08-09 01:45:14
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Jeep puts a price on the high-powered SUV glory of its Trackhawk   

A Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat dressed up in its toughest outerwear and all-terrain hiking boots, the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is an absolute force to be reckoned with. This was not in question coming out of its New York International Auto Show debut. What was a question was just how much it would cost to park the "most powerful and quickest SUV ever" in your driveway. Jeep gave the answer today, putting an US$85,900 sticker on its high-horsepower Grand Cherokee. .. Co

2017-08-09 01:15:02
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Study suggests action gaming could harm your brain   

As any gamer will quickly point out, playing action-style video games improves motor skills. We've also heard that action gaming increases peoples' ability to make right decisions faster, and that it improves the brain's capacity to learn. Before you run off to your Xbox, however, you might want to take note of a new study which claims that sometimes, "gaming can do more harm than good.".. Continue Reading Study suggests action gaming could harm your brain Category: Health & Well

2017-08-08 19:19:57
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Mazda to offer world-first compression-ignition gasoline engine   

Car manufacturers are delving deep into their boxes of tricks to make internal combustion engines more efficient. Infiniti unveiled a variable compression ratio engine last year, and hybrid technology is getting smarter, but Mazda has a different solution. In 2019 it will release the first commercial compression-ignition gasoline engine, dubbed SkyActiv-X... Continue Reading Mazda to offer world-first compression-ignition gasoline engine Category: Automotive Tags:

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