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ESA's Space Storm Hunter will chase thunderstorms from the ISS   

As if they don't already have enough on their plate, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are turning storm chasers. On April 13, a 16-m (52-ft) remote controlled robotic arm installed the 314-kg (692-lb) Space Storm Hunter instrument package on Europe's Columbus laboratory module, where it will make an extensive survey of terrestrial thunderstorms... Continue Reading ESA's Space Storm Hunter will chase thunderstorms from the ISS Category: Space Tags:

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2018-04-15 05:46:51



What's in a name? For Plutonian moon, explorers, scientists and fictional characters   

One of the annoying things about exploration is that when you find things you sooner or later have to get around to naming them. Almost three years after NASA's New Horizons deep space probe made its historic flyby of Pluto, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) have released the first list of official names for features on the face of the dwarf planet's largest moon, Charon. Approved by the IAU Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature, it includes names proposed by the N

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2018-04-14 03:48:15



F-35 completes comprehensive flight tests without a single loss or fatality   

Lockheed Martin's three F-35 Lightning II strike fighter variants have completed what the company called the most comprehensive flight test program in aviation history. On April 11 at US Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, Navy test aircraft CF-2 carrying external 2,000-lb (907-kg) GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) and AIM-9X Sidewinder heat-seeking missiles completed the final developmental test flight of the System Development and Demonstration (SDD) phase of the

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2018-04-14 02:14:04



Smart bike light drops "Flares" on road problems   

If you're a bicycle commuter, then it's entirely likely that you regularly encounter a pothole, etc that makes you say "Why doesn't the city do something about this?". Well, first they have to know about it - and the Flare headlight is designed to tell them... Continue Reading Smart bike light drops "Flares" on road problems Category: Bicycles Tags: bike lights Cycling Headlight Road Safety Univers...

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2018-04-13 18:37:38



Stompump lets cyclists' legs do the pumping   

Serious cyclists typically carry compact hand pumps with them on long rides. Using such a pump to inflate a completely flat tire from scratch, however, can be an arduous process. That's why the foot-operated Stompump was created... Continue Reading Stompump lets cyclists' legs do the pumping Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Kickstarter Pump Related Articles: Bicycle inner tube pumps itself

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2018-04-13 15:40:15



Astro ukulele folds down to pocket-friendly dimensions   

As we discovered ourselves recently, strumming away on a ukulele can be great fun. And even though it's much more travel-friendly than a collapsible dreadnought or, well, a travel guitar, Italy's team Astro clearly thinks that even a 21-inch long soprano uke is too big. The Astro ukulele folds down to just over 11 inches long, under 4 inches wide and less than 2.3 inches thick - and can fit in the water bottle pocket of a backpack... Continue Reading Astro ukulele folds down to po...

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2018-04-13 13:03:14



Peptide toothpaste could one day patch up cavities   

We've already heard about a probiotic pill, an Alzheimer's-treatment drug and a mineral-replacing toothpaste that could treat or even prevent cavities. Now, scientists at the University of Washington have developed a natural product of their own that may do the job... Continue Reading Peptide toothpaste could one day patch up cavities Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Cavity Dental peptide Teeth Uni

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2018-04-13 12:43:54



Tiny probe sees inside the brain to take temperature   

In what they claim is a world-first, University of Adelaide researchers have created a fiber optic probe that can reach deep into the brain to capture images and measure temperature. It's been developed to learn more about hyperthermia associated with drug use, and may lead to new understanding of drug toxicology... Continue Reading Tiny probe sees inside the brain to take temperature Category: Medical Tags: Brain Fiber Optic Tem

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2018-04-13 09:59:53



World's only Rotor Sail passenger ship goes into service   

Last year we detailed how Finland's Norsepower had rediscovered an engineering innovation from the 1920s called the rotorsail, which sees large cylinders installed atop big ships harness wind for propulsion. Now a passenger ship operated by the Viking Line has been treated to the Rotor Sail Solution and has set sail on wind-assisted trips between Finland and Sweden... Continue Reading World's only Rotor Sail passenger ship goes into service Category: Marine Tags:

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2018-04-13 06:23:37



Bad news night-owls: Staying up late could be killing you   

Are you a night owl or a morning lark? Some people naturally gravitate to staying up late, and while genetics do play a major role in establishing your body clock, some research is suggesting later bedtimes could be bad for your health. A new large-scale observational study involving data from nearly half a million people has found that night owls have a 10 percent higher risk of dying sooner than those with a preference for getting to bed early... Continue Reading Bad news night-ow

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2018-04-13 05:54:02



Sweden's new electric highway works like a scaled-up slot car track   

In a move that will probably delight anyone who raced slot cars as a kid (or an adult), the Swedish Transport Administration has just opened a 2-km (1.2-mi) stretch of electrified road that works the same way. The project, dubbed eRoadArlanda, involves embedding electric rails into the road surface to power electric vehicles through a contact arm hanging down from under the car... Continue Reading Sweden's new electric highway works like a scaled-up slot car track Category: Autom

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2018-04-13 05:21:44



Pininfarina's first residential tower opens its doors in Brazil   

While known predominantly for the flashy cars it dreams up for the likes of Ferrari and Alfa Romeo, Italian design house Pininfarina sure isn't afraid to put its creativity to use in other areas. Bikes, yachts and even tractors are a few other things to receive makeovers from the tinkerers in Turin. Now its dive into urban architecture has returned a curvy apartment building in Brazil, which it bills at its first ever residential tower... Continue Reading Pininfarina's first residen

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2018-04-13 05:03:19



Microbiopsy device samples skin cells for cancer without scarring   

Skin cancer is the most common form of the disease, and while it might make its presence known in the form of moles or strange spots, it usually takes a biopsy to confirm whether the mark is malignant or not. Now, an Australian team has developed a microbiopsy device that's far less invasive, basically painless, and won't leave a scar... Continue Reading Microbiopsy device samples skin cells for cancer without scarring Category: Medical Tags: Australia

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2018-04-13 04:14:55



Study concludes omega-3s no better than placebo for treating dry eye   

For many years, people suffering from dry eye disease have turned to omega-3 fatty acid supplements to help relive their symptoms. According to a new study funded by the US National Eye Institute (NEI), however, such supplements make virtually no difference... Continue Reading Study concludes omega-3s no better than placebo for treating dry eye Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Eye Mount Sinai Hospital Treatment U

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2018-04-13 04:13:29



Terrafugia's new VTOL concept transfers detachable passenger pods between ground and sky   

The flying taxi space has welcomed a lot of newcomers over the past couple of years. But before the likes of Uber, Workhorse and the Volocopter swooped into the scene, Terrafugia had been testing the waters for more than a decade with a variety of flying taxi designs. And this old dog has new tricks in it yet, with a new concept dubbed the TF-2 that features a detachable pod for on-ground transit to and from the launchpad... Continue Reading Terrafugia's new VTOL concept transfers d

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2018-04-13 04:05:25



"High-definition" vinyl is coming to drag your turntable into the 21st century   

Austrian company Rebeat is looking to fundamentally change the way vinyl records are mastered, promising to bring what it calls "HD vinyl" to stores sometime in 2019. With the triumphant resurgence of vinyl in recent years as other forms of physical media sales have dwindled, this attempt at "high definition vinyl" is claimed to result in longer playing time, more amplitude than current records, and better sound quality... Continue Reading "High-definition" vinyl is coming to drag y

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2018-04-13 03:15:33



Modular, Erector-like camper van slides easily between work and play   

Even when you're out living the #vanlife, life isn't merely a camping trip. Which is why we're seeing more and more camper vans designed to keep up with the multi-headed beast that is daily living. Missouri-based VanDoIt offers some of the most versatile custom vans we've seen, using T-track, slide-outs, hydraulic-lift beds and indoor/outdoor kitchen hardware to make for easy transitioning between camping, working, passenger hauling, adventuring and more. Its vans are for those who w

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2018-04-13 03:14:51



Janus body kit transforms the Yamaha MT03 and MT25 into neo-retro-Euro cafe racers   

A Turkish custom motorcycle shop has put together a quick bolt-on body kit that turns a standard Yamaha MT03 or MT25 into a pretty unique looking neo-retro-cafe racer thing. The Janus body kit looks kind of cool, and it's an easy, cheapish way to get yourself a very distinctive ride... Continue Reading Janus body kit transforms the Yamaha MT03 and MT25 into neo-retro-Euro cafe racers Category: Motorcycles Tags: Custom Yamaha Related Ar

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2018-04-13 03:05:05



Canon's most challenging lens design ever: The 50-1000 Cine-Servo   

Back in 2014, Canon stunned pro videographers with an absolute monster of a lens. Pro-grade resolution at 4K, with a wide angle of 50 mm and a zoom up to 1,500 with a built in range extender, the Cine-Servo put top-grade glass behind camcorder-like controls to offer unprecedented flexibility. And it only came to be after a wildlife videographer laid down a challenge. .. Continue Reading Canon's most challenging lens design ever: The 50-1000 Cine-Servo Category: Digital Cameras

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2018-04-13 02:53:29



BIG's new hotel will let guests ski on its roof   

The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) always puts an interesting spin on its projects - take the Lego House and pyramid-shaped Via 57 West, for example. Such is the case with the firm's recently-unveiled Audemars Piguet Hôtel des Horlogers, which will enable guests to ski down from its roof to the ground via a sloping zigzagging path. .. Continue Reading BIG's new hotel will let guests ski on its roof Category: Architecture Tags: BIG Building and ...

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2018-04-13 02:40:09



Garage parking system is designed to beat the hanging tennis ball   

A tennis ball on a string may good at letting you know when you've fully pulled your car into your garage, but it can get in the way, plus its location is based on the length of one specific vehicle. Inventor Mitchel Ottinger has created what he thinks is a better system, in the form of Park-a-Dot... Continue Reading Garage parking system is designed to beat the hanging tennis ball Category: Around The Home Tags: Kickstarter Laser

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2018-04-12 16:51:04



Z Lok is back, with a combination   

Last year we heard about Hiplok's Z Lok, a steel-cored zip-tie-style lock designed to temporarily secure your bike when you aren't going far away from it (such as when you stop at a sidewalk cafe). Now, Hiplok has improved upon it, with the Z Lok Combo... Continue Reading Z Lok is back, with a combination Category: Bicycles Tags: Lock Security Theft Related Articles: Locking up your bike w

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2018-04-12 15:01:01



Lamborghini gets into the e-bike business   

On at least a couple of occasions, Lamborghini has collaborated with bicycle manufacturers to create high-end racing bikes. Now, the automaker has teamed up with Italian company Italtechnology to produce a line of Lamborghini-branded e-bikes... Continue Reading Lamborghini gets into the e-bike business Category: Bicycles Tags: Electric Bicycle Lamborghini Related Articles: Concours-condition Lamborghini

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2018-04-12 11:28:54



Volvo introduces its first electric truck, the FL Electric   

Volvo introduced its new FL platform for 16-tonne applications last month and has now unveiled its electrified version of that design, the FL Electric. Engineered to be variable according to need, the FL Electric is suitable for urban distribution, refuse operations, and similar requirements... Continue Reading Volvo introduces its first electric truck, the FL Electric Category: Automotive Tags: Electric truck Truck Volvo

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2018-04-12 11:25:35



Recycled wood waste makes concrete stronger and more watertight   

A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a novel new method to recycle wood waste by incorporating it into cement and mortar mixtures, making the resulting materials both stronger and more watertight... Continue Reading Recycled wood waste makes concrete stronger and more watertight Category: Materials Tags: Building and Construction Cement Concrete Recycling

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2018-04-12 11:19:08



Researchers develop fire-detecting wallpaper   

Researchers have come up with what they call a "fire alarm wallpaper" which can not only detect a house fire, but also sound an alarm and even help to restrict the spread of fire. The wallpaper is made from hydroxyapatite, an inorganic material which occurs in bone and teeth, and which is resistant to fire. However, the wallpaper's real smarts are down to an ink-based on graphene oxide... Continue Reading Researchers develop fire-detecting wallpaper Category: Around The Home T

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2018-04-12 07:55:01



Quantum spookiness exploited for better random numbers   

Researchers have come up with a way to generate truly random numbers using quantum mechanics. The method uses photons to generate a string of random ones and zeros, and leans on the laws of physics to prove that these strings are truly random, rather than merely posing as random. The researchers say their work could improve digital security and cryptography... Continue Reading Quantum spookiness exploited for better random numbers Category: Computers Tags: NI

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2018-04-12 07:32:03



Elevating bed provides tiny house interior flexibility   

Tru Form Tiny, the firm behind the Kootenay, recently completed a new towable dwelling called the Urban Payette with Elevator Bed. As its name suggests, the standout feature of this interesting tiny house is its elevating bed, which provides a flexible multipurpose space. .. Continue Reading Elevating bed provides tiny house interior flexibility Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Bed Building and Construction Home

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2018-04-12 06:53:15



Airstream sheds its aluminum shell with the Nest fiberglass glamper   

Less than a year after we looked at Oregon startup Nest Caravans, the company was purchased by iconic trailer brand Airstream in March 2016. In a bid to offer an alternative to its famed aluminum shelled campers, Airstream has fine-tuned the Nest design and is now releasing it unto the world. Looking about as timeless as every other Airstream riding behind bumpers, the all-new 16.6-ft (5-m) Nest packs all kinds of amenities and comforts into a compact, two-tone fiberglass shell. ..

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2018-04-12 05:36:03



Promising peanut allergy vaccine misdirects the immune system   

We don't want to sound ungrateful for everything our immune system does for us, but as people suffering from food allergies can attest, it can be a little overzealous at times. Now, researchers at the University of Michigan have found a way to retrain the immune system to ignore allergens by developing a nasal spray that vaccinates against peanut allergies, with promising results in mouse tests... Continue Reading Promising peanut allergy vaccine misdirects the immune system Cate

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2018-04-12 04:29:26



Drumi foot-powered washing machine in production at last   

Aimed at off-grid tiny home dwellers, campers and city folk looking to reduce their environmental impact, and their utility bills, the Drumi originally went up for pre-order back in 2015. Now, after some design tweaks, the foot-powered mini washing machine is rolling off the production line ahead of shipping in the coming months... Continue Reading Drumi foot-powered washing machine in production at last Category: Around The Home Tags: Clothes

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2018-04-12 04:27:23



Epigenetic inheritance, and how the way you live your life could affect your offspring   

As the science of epigenetics has begun to explain exactly how our gene activity can be modulated by external environmental factors a great debate is brewing - just how heritable are these epigenetic markers? Are the epigenetic results of stress and a bad diet in your life transferred to your children? New research is suggesting this could indeed be the case. .. Continue Reading Epigenetic inheritance, and how the way you live your life could affect your offspring Category: Scien

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2018-04-12 04:04:18



Gallery: London's best new buildings for 2018   

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) hands out quite a few awards across a calendar year, the most prestigious of which is the Stirling Prize for excellence in British architecture. Among these, it celebrates the finest creations in different parts of the UK through its regional awards. Let's take a look at the buildings currently battling it out for top honors in the nation's capital. .. Continue Reading Gallery: London's best new buildings for 2018 Category: Archit

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2018-04-12 02:45:52



How fat absorption is directed by specific bacteria in the small intestine   

An excitingly targeted new study has examined how bacteria in the small intestine help digest and absorb high-fat foods. The novel research suggests that in the future we could potentially combat obesity by inhibiting the abundance of certain bacteria that promote fat absorption... Continue Reading How fat absorption is directed by specific bacteria in the small intestine Category: Science Tags: Bacteria Fat cells Obesity

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2018-04-12 02:28:30



Roland's feature-packed handheld recorder can be remote controlled with a smartwatch   

Though the ubiquitous smartphone can serve as a capable audio recorder, there are times when quality counts. Roland previewed a new high resolution handheld at CES in January, with multiple recording modes and the ability to control functionality using a smartphone or Apple Watch. Now the R-07 is on sale... Continue Reading Roland's feature-packed handheld recorder can be remote controlled with a smartwatch Category: Electronics Tags: Audio Hig

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2018-04-12 02:02:41



Boeing and Rolls-Royce back British hypersonic spaceplane venture   

Hypersonic travel, and maybe even a new type of orbital launcher, has come closer to reality after Boeing and Rolls-Royce today announced substantial investments in the British advanced propulsion systems company Reaction Engines Limited (REL). Part of a US$37.3 million Series B funding round that also included BAE Systems, it follows a £60 million (US$85.6 million) investment in the company by the British government in 2013... Continue Reading Boeing and Rolls-Royce back British h...

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2018-04-12 01:55:17



Clear, durable "omniphobic" coating repels almost any liquid   

Our phones follow us everywhere - which often puts them in the line of fire for spilt drinks or rain. But now a team at the University of Michigan has developed a durable, clear coating that could help phones - or any surface, for that matter - repel almost any liquid... Continue Reading Clear, durable "omniphobic" coating repels almost any liquid Category: Materials Tags: Coating Coatings Hydrophobic Liquid ...

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2018-04-12 01:50:57



Dyneema Composite tent keeps the toughness and cuts the condensation   

Dyneema is a lightweight synthetic fiber with a strength greater than steel, making it great for use in everything from protective clothing for motorcyclists to bullet-resistant blankets for classrooms. Japanese outdoor company Locus Gear is now putting it to use among the frigid mountaintops, launching what it describes as the ultimate dome tent that is wrapped in a new breathable Dyneema composite fabric to keep the elements at bay... Continue Reading Dyneema Composite tent keeps

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2018-04-12 01:12:32



Smart Jewelry Bracelet could call for help when you're attacked   

We've already seen jewelry that sends out an alert when its wearer is attacked - but they still have to push a button on it to make that happen. What if they can't reach their jewelry? Well, that's where the Smart Jewelry Bracelet comes in... Continue Reading Smart Jewelry Bracelet could call for help when you're attacked Category: Wearables Tags: Self-defense University of Alabama Related Articles: Pi...

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2018-04-12 01:05:21



SOM unveils eye-catching undulating skyscraper for China   

High-profile architecture firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) recently revealed its latest skyscraper design. Slated for Hangzhou, China, the 288 m (944 ft)-tall tower will be defined by an unusual undulating facade and is expected to be completed by 2021. .. Continue Reading SOM unveils eye-catching undulating skyscraper for China Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction China Owings & Merrill

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2018-04-11 14:01:09



OWC's lightning-fast ThunderBlade external SSD goes on sale   

Photographers, video editors and other creative professionals now have a super fast storage tool to help transport and work with high-bandwidth media files. Other World Computing (OWC) has announced that the ThunderBlade SSD first shown off at CES back in January is now up for sale... Continue Reading OWC's lightning-fast ThunderBlade external SSD goes on sale Category: Computers Tags: OWC SSD Storage Related Articles:

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2018-04-11 13:24:11



Peer into the future of augmented reality with Project North Star   

Leap Motion is best known for its sensors that let you "touch" virtual reality objects, but it just unveiled an augmented reality headset called Project North Star. It's promised to seamlessly blend the real and the digital, and give users a new level of control over AR worlds... Continue Reading Peer into the future of augmented reality with Project North Star Category: Wearables Tags: Augmented Reality Wearable Related Articles:

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2018-04-11 10:58:46



Top architects in the dog house for charity event   

Remember those architect-designed cat shelters? Well, man's best friend is finally getting some fancy digs too, courtesy of well-known firms like Zaha Hadid Design and Studio Octopi. The dog shelters will be sold at auction to raise money for Britain's Blue Cross animal charity. .. Continue Reading Top architects in the dog house for charity event Category: Pets Tags: Architects Auction Charity Dogs

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2018-04-11 10:03:10



Wireless device monitors the brains of bats in flight   

Ordinarily, if you want to see what's going on in a bat's brain, you have to hold the animal immobile and wire it up - not the best setup for studying how it reacts while moving through the real world. Now, however, scientists have devised a method of recording the brain activity of free-flying bats... Continue Reading Wireless device monitors the brains of bats in flight Category: Science Tags: Bats Brain Johns Hopkins Univers...

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2018-04-11 10:01:44



Injectable chip measures alcohol consumption   

There may be a new - if perhaps somewhat Big Brother-like - method of monitoring the alcohol intake of people in substance abuse treatment programs. Led by Prof. Drew Hall, scientists at the University of California San Diego have developed an alcohol-sensing chip that can be implanted in the body... Continue Reading Injectable chip measures alcohol consumption Category: Science Tags: Alcohol Implant Monitoring ...

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2018-04-11 08:46:11



Self-tinting contact lenses are on their way   

Over the years, we've gotten pretty used to glasses with photochromic lenses, which automatically darken when exposed to bright light. This Wednesday, however, Johnson & Johnson Vision announced the upcoming availability of its self-tinting contact lenses... Continue Reading Self-tinting contact lenses are on their way Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Contact Lenses Eyewear Sunglasses Related Articles:

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2018-04-11 08:30:23



Speedcraft AIR cycling glasses use magnets to open your nose   

Some serious cyclists have taken to using breathing strips or even stents to hold their nostrils open, in order to increase the amount of air that they're able to take in through their nose. Well, a new set of cycling glasses does the same thing, but using magnets... Continue Reading Speedcraft AIR cycling glasses use magnets to open your nose Category: Bicycles Tags: Breathing Cycling Glasses Magnetic

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2018-04-11 08:17:41



Campagna motors ahead with electrification of T-Rex   

We first spotted the T-Rex way back in 2004, though the three-wheeler's development goes back much further. Then powered by a 1200cc motorbike engine for a 0-97 km/h sprint of 4.1 seconds and top speed of 225 km/h, the car/moto/trike mash up is now going all electric - with some help from Zero Motorcycles... Continue Reading Campagna motors ahead with electrification of T-Rex Category: Automotive Tags: Campagna Motors Electric Vehicles ...

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2018-04-11 08:14:28



Mars Express spacecraft gets in-orbit upgrade   

ESA's Mars Express orbiter is getting a major software upgrade that will extend its service life for years to come. On Sunday, the space agency uploaded the update into the veteran deep space probe's computers where it will remain stored in memory until a scheduled restart on April 16. If successful, it will take some of the burden off the aging gyroscopes used to keep the unmanned spacecraft's vital high-gain radio antenna pointed at Earth... Continue Reading Mars Express spacecraf

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2018-04-11 07:25:08



Ford throws the kitchen sink at new Focus, claiming it's "the best car in our 114-year history"   

Ford isn't mincing words at the launch of its all-new Focus lineup, claiming it's "quite simply, the best car in our 114-year history." It's a ground-up redesign with a new look, a heap more driver assist goodies and a sizeable jump in efficiency... Continue Reading Ford throws the kitchen sink at new Focus, claiming it's "the best car in our 114-year history" Category: Automotive Tags: Compact Ford Hot hatch Related Art

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2018-04-11 05:33:49



Soundracer gadget makes a Tesla sound like a Shelby V8 (or whatever else you like)   

Swedish company Soundracer is putting the noise back into performance motoring with an engine noise generating gadget that makes electric vehicles roar like high-performance combustion cars - on the inside AND on the outside, so pedestrians will definitely hear you coming... Continue Reading Soundracer gadget makes a Tesla sound like a Shelby V8 (or whatever else you like) Category: Automotive Tags: Electric Vehicles SoundRacer Related

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2018-04-11 05:05:27



Incredible Cassini image reveals Saturn's wafer-thin rings   

There's nothing like a fortuitously composed photo snapped by an intrepid spacecraft to demonstrate the size and scale of the universe. The latest pic shared by scientists from NASA's Cassini's mission might not reach the iconic status of Voyager 1's legendary Pale Blue Dot image, but does show a corner of our Solar System in a fascinating new light... Continue Reading Incredible Cassini image reveals Saturn's wafer-thin rings Category: Space Tags: Cassini

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2018-04-11 03:45:29



Do anti-depressants during pregnancy alter a baby's brain development?   

New research suggests that prenatal exposure to antidepressants, primarily selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), can significantly affect fetal brain development. The study, conducted by researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, concludes these changes could raise the risk of the offspring developing depression during puberty... Continue Reading Do anti-depressants during pregnancy alter a baby's brain development? Category: Health

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2018-04-11 01:56:21



Airbus turns aircraft cargo bays into spacious sleeping berths   

Sometimes air travel is so cramped that we grumble that they might as well put passengers in the cargo hold. It seems that Airbus has heard this and plans to do so - in a good way. In partnership with Zodiac Aerospace, Airbus is developing a modular system that will allow airlines to change their cargo bays into sleeper compartments for long-haul flights complete with spacious bunks and other amenities... Continue Reading Airbus turns aircraft cargo bays into spacious sleeping ber...

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2018-04-11 01:51:35



Oil-eating bacterium could help slurp up spills   

Cleaning up oil spills is a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Now, that somebody might turn out to be a hungry little bacterium named Alcanivorax borkumensis, which is known to chow down on the hydrocarbons that make up oil. Researchers at the INRS in Canada have isolated the key enzymes that A. borkumensis uses, and put them to work cleaning soil samples in the lab... Continue Reading Oil-eating bacterium could help slurp up spills Category: Environment Tags:

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2018-04-11 01:47:37



Blackmagic finally gives Pocket Cinema Camera a 4K refresh   

Back in early 2013, Blackmagic announced a compact Super 16 video camera for movie-makers on a budget. The company says that customers have been asking for a higher resolution version ever since, and has again chosen the NAB show in Las Vegas to launch its answer to those requests - the 2018 Pocket Cinema Camera 4K... Continue Reading Blackmagic finally gives Pocket Cinema Camera a 4K refresh Category: Digital Cameras Tags: 4K UHD Blackmagic ...

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2018-04-11 01:47:02



Light up surfboards could keep sharks at bay   

Interfering with a shark's sensory system is one of the ways scientists believe we may be able to keep beachgoers safe - ankle bracelets that mimic the cries of an orca and stripy wetsuits that mess with their eyesight being just a couple of examples. Now scientists in Australia (where else?) are exploring a new way of deterring these apex predators, by fixing lights to surfboards to obscure their view... Continue Reading Light up surfboards could keep sharks at bay Category: M...

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2018-04-11 01:46:48



Caloric restriction increased lemur lifespan by 50% in long-term study   

It's a given that generally eating less is healthier than constantly chowing down on burgers and fries, but studies have shown that an ongoing diet of careful caloric restriction can drastically increase the lifespan of a range of animals. On the path to determining whether humans could benefit from the same lifestyle, a 10-year study on lemurs has now found that those on the diet lived almost 50 percent longer than usual... Continue Reading Caloric restriction increased lemur lifes

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2018-04-11 01:40:14



Giant jawbone suggests ancient marine reptiles grew as big as blue whales   

Dinosaurs are famous for their size, but the largest known animal to have ever existed is still with us today: the blue whale. But a huge fossilized jawbone found on an English beach shows that the ancient reptiles are closing the gap, belonging to an unknown species of giant marine reptile measuring up to 26 m (85 ft) long... Continue Reading Giant jawbone suggests ancient marine reptiles grew as big as blue whales Category: Science Tags: Animals

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2018-04-11 01:38:19



One night of sleep deprivation leads to increase in Alzheimer's protein   

A new study has revealed a stark connection between sleep deprivation and increased deposits of amyloid-beta - peptides linked to Alzheimer's disease - in the human brain. This is the first study to clearly measure the increase in amyloid-beta in specific areas of the human brain after just one night's disturbed sleep... Continue Reading One night of sleep deprivation leads to increase in Alzheimer's protein Category: Science Tags: Alzheimer's Disease ...

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2018-04-11 01:34:33



Uber snaps up bike-share company Jump   

It built its success on cars, but Uber hasn't been afraid to explore other forms of transport as it looks to stay ahead of the game, like flying taxis, for example. The ride-sharing company is now making a move into transport of the two-wheeled variety, with the acquisition of an electric bike-sharing service called Jump. .. Continue Reading Uber snaps up bike-share company Jump Category: Urban Transport Tags: Bikes Ride-sharing

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2018-04-11 01:33:48



MAPHEX cleans up cow manure to make eco-friendly fertilizer   

Livestock manure may seem like a relatively "green" form of crop fertilizer, but unfortunately it's full of phosphorous that pollutes waterways when it's carried off the land in runoff water. That's why scientists have developed a phosphorous-removal system known as MAPHEX... Continue Reading MAPHEX cleans up cow manure to make eco-friendly fertilizer Category: Environment Tags: Agri-waste Pennsylvania State University Related Articles

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2018-04-11 01:33:32



New 4K NASA video will take you on a breathtaking tour of Earth's moon   

NASA has released a stunningly detailed 4K virtual tour of a selection of the Moon's most fascinating and historically important features. Earth's satellite remains the only alien world ever to be visited by a crewed mission, and is likely to be revisited in the coming decades, as space agencies across the globe look to extend the boundaries of human exploration... Continue Reading New 4K NASA video will take you on a breathtaking tour of Earth's moon Category: Space Tags:

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2018-04-11 01:32:33



Audi makes virtuality reality with track-ready e-tron Vision Gran Turismo   

Ready player one? Gamers who've loved the Audi e-tron Vision Gran Turismo in the PlayStation game can now feast their eyes on the real thing. Audi has built a track-ready version of the e-tron to use as a race taxi in the all-electric Formula E series. Want a ride?.. Continue Reading Audi makes virtuality reality with track-ready e-tron Vision Gran Turismo Category: Automotive Tags: Audi formula e Gran Turismo Play

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2018-04-11 01:31:50



Nanoparticles in food packaging could be reducing our ability to absorb nutrients   

Potentially providing more proof that fresh food is best, a revealing study from researchers at Binghamton University has found that zinc oxide nanoparticles, present in the lining of food packaging, could reduce the ability of our intestinal cells to absorb nutrients... Continue Reading Nanoparticles in food packaging could be reducing our ability to absorb nutrients Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Food Food technology Nanopa

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2018-04-11 01:31:14



Light, smart on/off-road teardrop trailer is as cute as a Bean   

A compact camping trailer with the timeless teardrop shape and smart features for a new generation of camping enthusiast, the Bean Trailer is a customized towable tiny home for on- or off-road adventure. Its simple but smart construction ensures that road trippers and off-road adventurers will be able to drive farther and enjoy their time at camp more. .. Continue Reading Light, smart on/off-road teardrop trailer is as cute as a Bean Category: Outdoors Tags:

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2018-04-11 01:29:06



Soft robotic fingers use gecko-inspired coating for some heavy lifting   

One particularly active area of robotics research involves the exploration of soft parts. Be they legs, artificial muscles or the grippers used to grasp objects, these more malleable components are opening up new possibilities and making machines safer for humans to work around. Now they're gaining a helping hand from the amazing adhesive properties of the gecko, combining to form robotic fingers that punch well above their weight... Continue Reading Soft robotic fingers use gecko-i

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2018-04-11 01:25:06



Chevy gives the 2019 Camaro a new face and new options   

One of America's iconic muscle cars is getting a refresh. The new 2019 Camaro greets the world with a big, new smile and earns itself a new Turbo 1LE option, as well as a couple of technology additions and upgrades. In short, the 2019 Camaro is smarter, slicker and more track-ready than ever. .. Continue Reading Chevy gives the 2019 Camaro a new face and new options Category: Automotive Tags: Camaro Chevrolet General Motors

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2018-04-11 01:23:55



Hatchet-spade multi-tool looks perfect for bush people, survivalists and lumberjacks   

Over the years, we've watched multi-tools grow smaller and smaller - we're talking about survival credit cards, keychain multitools and tool-packed watchbands. At the same time, a smaller but louder group has been growing much larger than your typical Swiss Army knife or Leatherman. Here, we're talking about four-in-one saws, survival shovels and multifunctional hiking poles. The latest among the big boys is the Combar from Aclim8, a hatchet-spade that also packs a hammer, folding wo

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2018-04-11 01:19:44



Sentinel Wrap uses DNA to show if food is spoiled   

According to its "best before" label, that steak you bought hasn't expired yet … but is it really safe to eat? Well, thanks to research being conducted at Canada's McMaster University, the food packaging itself may soon definitively let you know the answer... Continue Reading Sentinel Wrap uses DNA to show if food is spoiled Category: Science Tags: Bacteria DNA Food technology McMaster University

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2018-04-11 01:18:53



Pitch Pilot puts a whammy bar on individual guitar strings   

Vibrato systems like those from Floyd Rose and Bigsby are designed to temporarily change the tension of guitar strings, usually at the bridge, to create subtle pitch variations or monster dives and sweeps. The Pitch Pilot is an interesting twist on this age-old mechanism, which gives players pitch control of individual strings instead of having to divebomb all of them simultaneously... Continue Reading Pitch Pilot puts a whammy bar on individual guitar strings Category: Music

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2018-04-11 01:15:29



Beyond the Milky Way: The sublime beauty of our galactic neighbors   

With the upcoming 2020 launch of the James Webb Space Telescope promising to capture pictures of universe with a degree of detail never before seen, we take a look back at some of the most breathtaking intergalactic images humanity has snapped from early 18th century mysteries to more recent mind-blowing shots from the revolutionary Hubble Space Telescope... Continue Reading Beyond the Milky Way: The sublime beauty of our galactic neighbors Category: Space Tags:

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2018-04-11 01:13:24



Citizen goes back in time with super-accurate, solar-powered pocket watch   

Pocket watches may seem like kitschy remnants of a bygone age, but that didn't stop Citizen from using one to showcase its latest technology. Unveiled quietly at this year's Baselworld exhibition, the Citizen Caliber 0100 Eco-Drive is a solar-powered concept pocket watch that is accurate to within ± one second per year thanks to a new movement that incorporates self-correcting technology and the company's proprietary Eco-Drive power system... Continue Reading Citizen goes back in t...

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2018-04-11 01:13:07



XPrize's Marcius Extavour on how we can turn our CO2 problem into something useful   

Launched in 2015 and yesterday whittled down to 10 finalists, the Carbon XPrize has now progressed to its final, critical stage. The US$20 million contest asks competitors to develop technologies that can capture CO2 emissions from operational power plants and convert them into valuable products, with concrete, plastics and battery components among the potential applications. As these teams prepare to put their technologies to the test under real-world conditions for the first time,

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2018-04-11 01:08:57



Flavors found to affect levels of free radicals in e-cigarette vapor   

A huge amount of research is currently underway examining the broad health effects of e-cigarettes, which are frequently suggested to be safer than regular cigarettes. A new study from researchers at Pennsylvania State University has examined the specific chemicals used to flavor e-cigarette liquids and found that different flavorants can significantly alter the levels of free radicals in the resulting vapor... Continue Reading Flavors found to affect levels of free radicals in e-ci

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2018-04-11 01:07:28



ShockStop Seatpost gives your behind a break   

A couple of years ago, we tried out the ShockStop suspension handlebar stem from Redshift Sports. And while it does help to reduce hand numbness, it doesn't do much for your butt. Well, that's where the company's new ShockStop Seatpost comes in... Continue Reading ShockStop Seatpost gives your behind a break Category: Bicycles Tags: Related Articles: Aero handlebar stem lets you set its length K

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2018-04-11 01:06:16



Scientists neutralize and reverse a key genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's   

Alzheimer's disease has a range of risk factors, but one of the clearest connections is the gene apoE4. Now, researchers at the Gladstone Institutes have peered closer at the protein encoded by this gene and uncovered how it affects the brain, how it increases the risks of Alzheimer's and most importantly, how the damage can be reversed... Continue Reading Scientists neutralize and reverse a key genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's Category: Medical Tags: Alzh

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2018-04-11 01:02:51



Brain implants put paralyzed man back in touch with himself   

Researchers at Caltech have induced a range of sensations in the arm of a paralyzed man. The breakthrough comes courtesy of electrodes implanted in the brain, which stimulated the neurons to produce different feelings depending on the type of electrical signals. The team says the research could eventually lead to advanced prosthetic limbs that allow users to feel realistic sensations through them... Continue Reading Brain implants put paralyzed man back in touch with himself Cate

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2018-04-11 01:02:03



Aluminum oxide coatings move like liquids to combat corrosion   

Metals may seem tough, but given enough time even plain old air can be their undoing. Oxygen reacts with it to form metal oxides like rust, but now it turns out a metal oxide may come to the rescue. An MIT team has found that aluminum can be protected from further oxidation by a thin coating of aluminum oxide, which acts like a liquid, flowing to fill any gaps as they form... Continue Reading Aluminum oxide coatings move like liquids to combat corrosion Category: Materials Tag

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2018-04-09 05:44:04



Fast, efficient optoelectronic chips to hit market next year   

An MIT spin off company called Ayar Labs is combining light and electronics to create faster, more efficient computers. The new optoelectronic chips are designed to speed up data transmission to and from conventional processor chips in a way that will also reduce energy consumption in chip-to-chip communications by 95 percent and could cut overall energy usages by large data firms by up to 50 percent and may even find applications in supercomputers... Continue Reading Fast, efficien

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2018-04-09 05:06:50



Two major crop scourges are hybridizing to produce a new mega-pest   

Australian scientists have found evidence that two of the world's most damaging pests have hybridized to create a dangerous mega-pest with pesticide-resistant genes. The new hybrid has presently only been identified in Brazil but the researchers warn that its spread throughout the global agricultural community could be devastating... Continue Reading Two major crop scourges are hybridizing to produce a new mega-pest Category: Environment Tags: Agriculture

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2018-04-09 03:19:14



Cleaning up graphene production   

With graphene promising to revolutionize so many industries, we'll probably be churning out a lot of the stuff in the coming years. So, with current mass production techniques requiring the use of large amounts of organic solvents that aren't exactly great for the environment, the announcement of a new, more environmentally friendly and cost effective technique for the large-scale production of the wonder material comes as good news... Continue Reading Cleaning up graphene productio

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2018-04-09 03:03:52



Aquabotix unleashes swarming, swimming, autonomous robots   

Robots are already largely inspired by the bodies of animals, so why not mimic their behaviors too? Swarms of insects and schools of fish have inspired engineers to create groups of robots that move as one entity, and now Aquabotix has unleashed SwarmDiver, a series of small synchronized swimmers loaded with sensors for defense, research or monitoring applications... Continue Reading Aquabotix unleashes swarming, swimming, autonomous robots Category: Marine Tags:

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2018-04-09 01:25:44



Holographic data storage could cram 1,000 DVDs onto a 4-in square film   

While technology is getting better at cramming more and more data on discs and drives, there's another whole dimension that's essentially going unused. Holographic storage devices could make use of that, and now a team of Chinese scientists has developed a new nanoparticle-based film that can store information as 3D holograms, improving data density, read and write speeds and stability in harsh conditions... Continue Reading Holographic data storage could cram 1,000 DVDs onto a 4-in

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2018-04-09 01:23:19



Memory-boosting brain prosthesis shows impressive results in human trials   

A DARPA-funded study has raised the possibility of memory-enhancing brain prostheses. Following animal research that had returned successful results, the new study was conducted on patients at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center who already had brain implants as part of epilepsy treatment, and they experienced marked improvements to both short- and long-term memory... Continue Reading Memory-boosting brain prosthesis shows impressive results in human trials Category: Science Ta

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2018-04-08 19:59:19



Fast, efficient optoelectronic chips slated to hit market next year   

An MIT spin off company called Ayar Labs is combining light and electronics to create faster, more efficient computers. The new optoelectronic chips are designed to speed up data transmission to and from conventional processor chips in a way that will also reduce energy consumption in chip-to-chip communications by 95 percent and could cut overall energy usages by large data firms by up to 50 percent and may even find applications in supercomputers... Continue Reading Fast, efficien

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2018-04-08 19:17:49



Up-cycled warehouse sees industrial art gallery become a green family home   

Warehouses and sustainability are not often two words that you hear spoken together. But with the conversion of warehouses into residences, sustainability is apt, not only in that much of the structural materials are being retained and reused, but that they are often being redesigned for thermal performance and energy efficiency. .. Continue Reading Up-cycled warehouse sees industrial art gallery become a green family home Category: Architecture Tags: Archite

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2018-04-08 14:24:01



Aurora Station, the luxury space hotel slated to open by 2022   

For years we've seen space tourism touted as "coming soon," but the only real opportunity to buy your way into space were very rare private trips to the International Space Station with price tags north of US$20 million. The latest private company to get into the space tourism game is Orion Span, which recently revealed its Aurora Station space hotel, promising an extremely ambitious 2022 opening date... Continue Reading Aurora Station, the luxury space hotel slated to open by 2022

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2018-04-08 11:50:38



Sonar alarm system detects kids in the pool   

If you have a small child and a swimming pool, then it's at least a little likely that you may sometimes worry about said child falling into said pool. Well, it was with that concern in mind that British electrical engineer John Barstead created the Dolphin Alarm... Continue Reading Sonar alarm system detects kids in the pool Category: Around The Home Tags: Children Kickstarter Pool Safety Swimming

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2018-04-06 18:54:01



Move over, Mavis: You don't need to learn to touch type to type faster   

New research suggests that you don't need to learn to touch type to become a faster typist. Some of the benefits of touch typing date from the era of mechanical typewriters. But with modern keyboards, which require less force to press keys, typists who use fewer than 10 fingers can be as fast as touch typists. They do this with a number of techniques, one of which is commonly seen among PC gamers, but which has never before been recorded in a typing study, the researchers say... Con

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2018-04-06 11:47:35



HP caters to creatives with Studio x360 convertible   

HP has added a bunch of new models to its ZBook mobile workstation range, including what it's calling the world's most powerful convertible. Designed to meet the computing needs of creative professionals, the ZBook Studio x360 G5 is available with Intel's 8th Gen Xeon processors, a bright 4K display and up to 4 TB of storage... Continue Reading HP caters to creatives with Studio x360 convertible Category: Laptops Tags: Convertible Hewlett-Packa

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2018-04-06 09:47:02



"World's first autonomous shipping company" announced in Norway   

Last May we heard about the Yara Birkeland, which is planned to be the world's first all-electric and autonomous container ship. When it enters full autonomous control in 2020, it will likely be under the auspices of the just-announced world's first autonomous shipping company, Massterly... Continue Reading "World's first autonomous shipping company" announced in Norway Category: Marine Tags: Autonomous Shipping World's First

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2018-04-06 08:43:30



RNA-based vaccines could replace traditional pesticides   

Conventional pesticides have achieved miracles in helping feed the world, but they have their drawbacks, so a team of scientists from the University of Helsinki and the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) are working on a more environmentally-friendly solution. Instead of toxic chemicals, the researchers are developing new ways to produce RNA-based vaccines that target specific pests without damaging the host plants... Continue Reading RNA-based vaccines could repl

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2018-04-06 08:14:07



Something borrowed for something new: People's Pavilion constructed using loaned materials   

Locals in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, got involved in the construction of this temporary structure called the People's Pavilion by donating their trash and lending building materials to Bureau SLA and Overtreders W. Once the project ran its course, the items were eventually returned unharmed. .. Continue Reading Something borrowed for something new: People's Pavilion constructed using loaned materials Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction

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2018-04-06 08:07:47



Smartphone app objectively assesses Parkinson's symptoms   

In order to determine treatment for a patient's Parkinson's disease, doctors need to know the severity of their symptoms. Unfortunately, gauging that severity isn't an exact science. A new machine learning-based app, however, is intended to make it one... Continue Reading Smartphone app objectively assesses Parkinson's symptoms Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Apps Aston University Johns Hopkins University Parkin

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2018-04-06 07:36:03



Unicat's latest 4x4 expedition truck escapes civilization without losing the comforts of home   

We're not sure German off-road motorhome builder Unicat really makes anything ideal for maneuvering the tightest off-road tracks and trails, but we do know that the company's latest offering is smaller and more maneuverable than the MD77h 6x6 we looked at last year ... if you can ever rightfully call a 29-foot (8.9-m), 14-ton diesel expedition truck "smaller and more maneuverable." The new MAN 4x4-based MD57 climbs and claws over rock, sand, mud, and perhaps the smoldering ruins of d

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2018-04-06 06:03:30



Mazu tracks your dives – and makes suggestions   

While it's important for scuba divers to log the stats of their dives, it's also nice if they can learn about nearby dive sites they haven't tried before. The Mazu dive tracker is designed to help them do both... Continue Reading Mazu tracks your dives - and makes suggestions Category: Outdoors Tags: Diving Kickstarter Scuba Related Articles: $200 lightweight underwater breathing device ...

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2018-04-06 04:36:17



New study rekindles divisive debate regarding adult brains' ability to produce new neurons   

A newly published study suggests adult human brains can produce as many new brain cells as younger brains. The research comes only a month after a controversial study claimed the human brain most likely does not produce new neurons beyond childhood. .. Continue Reading New study rekindles divisive debate regarding adult brains' ability to produce new neurons Category: Science Tags: Brain Neuroscience Related Articles:

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2018-04-06 04:15:58



Memory-boosting brain prosthetic shows impressive results in human trials   

A DARPA-funded study has raised the possibility of memory-enhancing brain prosthetics. Following animal research that had returned successful results, the new study was conducted on patients at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center who already had brain implants as part of epilepsy treatment, and they experienced marked improvements to both short- and long-term memory... Continue Reading Memory-boosting brain prosthetic shows impressive results in human trials Category: Science T

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2018-04-06 03:34:29



Cruise in comfort (if not style) on Day 6's Behemoth lumbar support e-bike   

With lumbar support, a comfort saddle, high-rise bars and 4-inch fat tires to soak up the bumps, the Behemoth could be the most ergonomically focused e-bike we've seen. Plus it packs a thousand-watt mid drive motor to get just about anyone moving... Continue Reading Cruise in comfort (if not style) on Day 6's Behemoth lumbar support e-bike Category: Bicycles Tags: Back Pain Electric Bicycle Ergonomic Related Articles:

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2018-04-06 02:52:34






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