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Bionic eyes

                            A man receives a medical checkup before surgery, in Santiago, Chile, on July 5, 2005 Enlarge A man receives a medical checkup...


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Smart shoes !

    As “smart” technologies continue to consume just about every aspect of our lives — from eating and doing laundry to turning on the lights and saving o...


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World's First Flexible Li-Ion Battery

We're one step closer to seeing bendable phones hit the market. A group of scientists led by Professor Lee Sang-young of South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Technology announced that t...


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World's First Carbon Fiber Wheels

A few weeks back we told you about the revolutionary one-piece carbon fiber wheels developed by Australia’s Carbon Revolution. Built first for the Porsche 911, the 19x8.5 (front) and 19x12 (rear) ...


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Nanotechnology Lights Up Batteries and Clothing

Yi Cui, an engineer at Stanford University, leads a team that may take nanotechnology to the next level by creating paper batteries and fabrics that can conduct energy. At a recent demonstration, Cu...


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New Battery Technology Could Lead to Self-Powered Devices

The advancements that are being made in battery technology are pretty mind boggling. We are seeing devices that are drawing power from just about every source that is imaginable, and now there is ba...


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A paper-thin flexible tablet computer

A flexible paper computer developed at Queen’s University in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs could one day revolutionize the way people work with tablets and computers. The Pa...


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Twin earth to be found in 2013 !

What does it mean to us homo sapiens ?   Whenever the first Earth twin is confirmed, the discovery will likely have a profound effect on humanity. "We humans will look up into the night sk...


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EADS Airbike made of steel-strength nylon

Engineers from the Bristol wing of the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) have announced the development of the first bicycle using Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) tec...


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Technology May Bring New Industrial Revolution

opinions about this topic.   Print E-Mail Feedback 01/04/2013 3-D Printing Technology May Bring New Industrial Revolution By Ma...


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How to lose 50 years of aging in 16 days

Attention seniors: French scientists have developed a process that permanently dyes white hair without harmful chemicals. Philippe Walter and colleagues soaked white hairs in a solution containing...


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Compound restores memory loss

New research in the FASEB Journal by NIH scientists suggests that a small molecule called TFP5 rescues plaques and tangles by blocking an overactive brain signal, thereby restoring memory in mic...


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Hot Chocolate Tastes Better In An Orange Cup

  Orange You Glad It's Time For Hot Chocolate? A creamsicle-colored set of mugs will make your hot chocolate taste and smell sweeter than it would taste served in plain white or star...


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Health in the Palm of Your Hand

There's a good chance that you already own one of the most ubiquitous health-care innovations: a smartphone. Last month, the FDA cleared a new iPhone add-on that lets doctors take an electrocard...


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Desktop DNA sequencer

DNA Sequencing for Routine Checkups At a genetics conference in November, Oxford Nanopore Technologies unveiled the first of a generation of tiny DNA sequencing devices that many predict will e...


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Teach electronics through puppets in new kids’ show

  Adafruit, the kit-based electronics retailer and promoter of hobbyist engineering, is aiming to teach electronics to a younger demographic, using puppets, says Wired. Their new online show...


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Control music and video on the Web with a wave of your hand

Yeah, like all the time — especially because my calls come in via Skype so callers often get a blast of a YouTube video or Spotify song, so I … Uh, OK, but how does it work? Cool, s...


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Energy-efficient computer memory using magnetic materials

(Credit: UCLA) By using electric voltage instead of a flowing electric current, researchers from UCLA‘s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have made major improvements...


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Another Earth just 12 light-years away?

This artist’s concept shows an Earth-size exoplanet in the habitable zone of a sun-like star. (credit: NASA)  Astronomers have discovered what may be five planets orbiting...


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Thoughts Control Robotic Hand

By implanting an array of electrodes into the motor cortex of a quadriplegic patient’s brain, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have enabled the patient to control a robotic, prosthet...


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Hubble Detects Furthest Oldest Galaxy... Again?!

Click to enlarge   Yes, I know. I know! It seems like every other day astronomers have discovered the "oldest most distant galaxy." Although "breaking the record" alone is of little sci...


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Megacities

(Image: Wu Hong/EPA/Corbis) NO, YOU haven't slipped into a dream within a dream within a dream. This megacity, which you'd be forgiven for thinking is the dream-limbo city featured ...


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Breathing techniques for cyclists

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Custom wooden helmet

While many in the helmet industry are busy finding the latest technological innovations to build new, safer helmets, one man in Oregon is turning to a primitive material to make custom-designed helm...


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Company unveils small personal-sized hydroelectricity generator

  December 14, 2012 by Bob Yirka report Company unveils small personal-sized hydroelectricity generator Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2012-12-company-unveils-small-personal-sized-hydro...


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Recharge your gadgets on the go

Got a stylish geek on your holiday gift list? New lines of laptop bags recharge your gadgets on the go. Plus, some are eco-friendly and come in pretty new colors. A win-win-win (except for the pr...


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Plastic Could Replace Glass

Everyone loves a good touch screen -- until it drops and gets cracked. The only other material that was feasible for them was plastic, but there wasn’t one that was strong and hard enough, until n...


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Eavesdropping technology to help govts monitor Internet chats

According to law enforcement agencies, the rising popularity of Internet chat services like Skype has made it difficult to eavesdrop on suspects’ communications. But now, Dennis Chang, president...


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Bluetooth headset allows voice-activated hands-free chat

  Cardo Bluetooth BK-1 offers hands-free cycling communication Cardo_056-CloseUp   Cardo Systems are well known for their ...


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Learning foreign languages triggers brain growth

In the Swedish Academy of young translators, new recruits study a crash course in complex languages. It is not only about military discipline: specialists discovered that intensive study of foreign ...


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