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How brain scans can read your mind to reconstruct the face you're thinking of   

It's frustrating to have a clear mental image of something but not be able to exactly get it across in words or a drawing. Now, a team of neuroscientists from the University of Toronto Scarborough has developed a way to digitally recreate exactly the image someone is thinking about, by scanning their brain... Continue Reading How brain scans can read your mind to reconstruct the face you're thinking of Category: Medical Tags: Brain EEG

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2018-02-23 05:40:32



CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip   

Antimatter is notoriously tricky to store and study, thanks to the fact that it will vanish in a burst of energy if it so much as touches regular matter. The CERN lab is one of the only places in the world that can readily produce the stuff, but getting it into the hands of the scientists who want to study it is another matter (pun not intended). After all, how can you transport something that will annihilate any physical container you place it in? Now, CERN researchers are planning

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2018-02-23 04:47:52



Peugeot brings the Rifter to life with concept 4x4 camper van   

Before the new Peugeot Rifter van has even hit the road, it's going overlanding into the great unknown. Peugeot, reigning Dakar king that it is, has built up one of the meanest competitive off-roaders out there, and now it's designed a 4WD camper van for the everyday off-road adventurer. Debuting right alongside the new Rifter van, the Rifter 4x4 Concept is a compact, off-road-ready multi-adventure tourer with 4x4, off-road LEDs, a fold-out roof-top tent and more... Continue Reading

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2018-02-23 04:45:43



SpaceX launches first Starlink satellites for global broadband internet access by 2024   

Earlier today, SpaceX successfully launched and deployed its first two test satellites for Starlink, the rocket company's own constellation of thousands of communications satellites that aims to provide worldwide broadband internet access by 2024... Continue Reading SpaceX launches first Starlink satellites for global broadband internet access by 2024 Category: Space Tags: Broadband Elon Musk Internet Rocket la

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2018-02-23 03:32:14



E-cigarette vapor contains potentially unsafe levels of chromium, nickel and lead   

New research from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has found that a number of e-cigarette vapors contain unsafe levels of toxic metals, including lead and chromium. It is suspected that blame lies with e-cigarette heating coils that are contaminating the aerosols generated by the device... Continue Reading E-cigarette vapor contains potentially unsafe levels of chromium, nickel and lead Category: Medical Tags: e-cigarette E-cigar

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2018-02-23 03:29:45



Latest corruption data shows the world's governments are still just as rotten   

The latest corruption perceptions data covering 2017 was released overnight by Transparency International, making it the 25th year such data has been available. New Atlas has been reporting TI's annual corruption data now for 18 years and sadly, very little has changed... Continue Reading Latest corruption data shows the world's governments are still just as rotten Category: Science Tags: Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) Transparency Internat

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2018-02-23 02:43:27



Porsche keeps things au naturel with hot, new 911 GT3 RS   

If the GT3 isn't quite exclusive or sharply focused enough for you, try the RS model on for size. Forget hybrids and turbos, this pounds out 520 horsepower worth of noisy, naturally aspirated power. It's also lighter, with better aeros, twice the downforce and a big ol' sticker kit down the sides to underscore your expenditure... Continue Reading Porsche keeps things au naturel with hot, new 911 GT3 RS Category: Automotive Tags: 911 Geneva Mot

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2018-02-23 02:32:37



Peugeot reveals sporty and stylish next-gen 508 sedan   

Peugeot has revealed the next-generation 508 ahead of next month's Geneva Auto Show, showing off a lower and more compact coupe-inspired sedan. The sharper and sportier five-door fastback is promised to bring better aerodynamics to the D-class segment, and packs the French automaker's future-focused safety tech onboard... Continue Reading Peugeot reveals sporty and stylish next-gen 508 sedan Category: Automotive Tags: Geneva Peugeot

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2018-02-23 01:30:24



UPS expands its zero-emissions fleet with 50 Workhorse electric trucks   

Shipping giant UPS has slowly been adding electric vehicles to its fleet of delivery trucks, with 300 already doing the rounds in the US and Europe and an order for 125 Tesla Semis placed in December last year. But a new partnership with EV-builder Workhorse sees it get in on the ground floor, with the pair to build zero-emission plug-in vehicles from scratch at a cost comparable to its conventionally fueled trucks... Continue Reading UPS expands its zero-emissions fleet with 50 Wor

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2018-02-23 01:15:53



Computer-generated fur gets more realistic   

If you're not satisfied with the realism of computer-generated animals in movies and games, then you might be interested in the latest news out of the University of California San Diego. Working with colleagues from UC Berkeley, computer scientists there have developed a new method of rendering fur that's reportedly much more accurate than existing techniques... Continue Reading Computer-generated fur gets more realistic Category: Computers Tags: CGI

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2018-02-22 21:58:54



Aston Martin's luxury condo revs up for 2021 completion   

Back in 2016, Aston Martin revealed its plan to expand into luxury real estate with a new sail-shaped condo in Miami, Florida. Construction work recently began and now the automaker has shared additional information on the project, as well as some images showing what it's going to look like inside. .. Continue Reading Aston Martin's luxury condo revs up for 2021 completion Category: Architecture Tags: Aston Martin Building and Construction

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2018-02-22 14:37:13



Ricoh updates flagship K series full-frame DSLR   

Ricoh announced the mighty Pentax K-1 back in February 2016, and we couldn't wait to get our hands on the camera. When we did so just a month later, the small-but-powerful full-frame DSLR didn't disappoint. Now the rugged 36-megapixel Pentax flagship has been updated to the MkII... Continue Reading Ricoh updates flagship K series full-frame DSLR Category: Digital Cameras Tags: DSLR Full-frame PENTAX Pentax Ricoh

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2018-02-22 14:27:18



Blood-analyzing device designed to warn of heart attacks   

Are you in danger of having a heart attack? Scientists from Taiwan's National Tsing Hua University and National Cheng Kung University are developing an inexpensive medical biosensor that could let you know, so you can take preventative measures before it's too late... Continue Reading Blood-analyzing device designed to warn of heart attacks Category: Medical Tags: Diagnostic devices Heart attack National Cheng Kung University

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2018-02-22 12:12:19



Ricoh updates flagship K series full-frame DSLR   

Ricoh announced the mighty Pentax K-1 back in February 2016, and we couldn't wait to get our hands on the camera. When we did so just a month later, the small-but-powerful full-frame DSLR didn't disappoint. Now the rugged 36-megapixel Pentax flagship has been updated to the MkII... Continue Reading Ricoh updates flagship K series full-frame DSLR Category: Digital Cameras Tags: DSLR Full-frame PENTAX Pentax Ricoh

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2018-02-22 09:48:12



Robot snake harnesses ancient Japanese paper craft   

Though clearly inspired by the snake, a new soft robot out of Harvard takes cues from another fascinating source: the ancient Japanese paper craft kirigami. Unlike origami, kirigami uses cuts rather than folds to achieve the desired result. Here, the Harvard team applied the artform to create a soft robot that grips the ground much like a snake... Continue Reading Robot snake harnesses ancient Japanese paper craft Category: Robotics Tags: Biomimicry

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2018-02-22 09:19:47



Rolls-Royce SUV fancies up tailgating with deployable picnic seating   

We're not sure Rolls-Royce's bold, plush Cullinan SUV will be a frequent visitor at many primitive campsites or football tailgates, but it will have a special feature that could prove perfect for either of those locations and many more. The tailgate area will transform into a proper lounge, with two seats and a small table deploying to provide "the best seat in the house." Whether it's a bluff-top ocean view, a starry night sky or a city skyline, driver and passenger will be able to

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2018-02-22 05:57:11



Volvo moves its sleek, sexy wagon design down the line with all-new V60   

Even in the US, where station wagons are anything but objects of desire, the Volvo V90 is, quite simply, a damn sexy family hauler. With a starting price of US$52K, it's not for everyone, though. The all-new Volvo V60 follows the V90's styling and SPA-platformed construction closely, offering a smaller, more affordable Volvo estate with sleek lines and Thor's hammer eyes. It also benefits from Volvo's leadership in safety, technology and subscription-based purchasing. .. Continue R

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2018-02-22 05:53:50



Large meta-study concludes antidepressants are more effective than a placebo   

Debate over the efficacy of antidepressants has raged for years with a torrent of studies, often quite convincingly, arguing that the drugs are no better than a placebo, and research pointing to the contrary inevitably stained by pharmaceutical company bias. A new meta-analysis of over 500 trials covering the largest dataset evaluated to date has concluded that antidepressants are definitely more effective than a placebo... Continue Reading Large meta-study concludes antidepressants

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2018-02-22 05:03:48



Red wine compounds may help fight cavity-causing bacteria   

To the delight of those who like to indulge in a cheeky glass of red after dinner, the health benefits of wine (in moderation, of course) are becoming increasingly well-documented. There's evidence that compounds in wine could help improve heart health and even reduce the cancer-causing effects of alcohol, and now a surprising new benefit may have been discovered. Wine may help fend off bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease... Continue Reading Red wine compounds may help figh

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2018-02-22 04:04:59



Computer-generated fur gets more realistic   

If you're not satisfied with the realism of computer-generated animals in movies and games, then you might be interested in the latest news out of the University of California San Diego. Working with colleagues from UC Berkeley, computer scientists there have developed a new method of rendering fur that's reportedly much more accurate than existing techniques... Continue Reading Computer-generated fur gets more realistic Category: Computers Tags: CGI

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2018-02-22 03:56:06



Assassin's Creed: Origins now offers stab-free educational tours of Ancient Egypt   

Non-gamers might be surprised how much effort goes into accurate historical recreations of game environments in the Assassin's Creed series. Now, the latest game takes you on an interactive, educational virtual tour of Ancient Egypt without making you stab anyone in the neck... Continue Reading Assassin's Creed: Origins now offers stab-free educational tours of Ancient Egypt Category: Games Tags: Education History Ubisoft

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2018-02-22 03:30:15



In pictures: Innovation and idiosyncrasies at the 2018 North American Handmade Bicycle Show   

Last weekend, we once again paid a visit to the world's largest custom-built bicycle event - the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. This year's show was held in Hartford, Connecticut, and it certainly didn't disappoint. Here's a look at some of the wonders and oddities that were on display... Continue Reading In pictures: Innovation and idiosyncrasies at the 2018 North American Handmade Bicycle Show Category: Bicycles Tags: NAHBS 2018 Related Ar...

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2018-02-22 03:17:34



Volvo moves its sleek, sexy wagon design down the line with all-new V60   

Even in the US, where station wagons are anything but objects of desire, the Volvo V90 is, quite simply, a damn sexy family hauler. With a starting price of US$52K, it's not for everyone, though. The all-new Volvo V60 follows the V90's styling and SPA-platformed construction closely, offering a smaller, more affordable Volvo estate with sleek lines and Thor's hammer eyes. It also benefits from Volvo's leadership in safety, technology and subscription-based purchasing. .. Continue R

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2018-02-22 03:12:29



Solar-powered hydrogen reactor stores heat for overnight use   

The Sun can provide an unlimited amount of energy, but there's one major downside - night. For roughly half the day facilities and devices that rely on solar power have to shut down or store extra energy, and the process is particularly disruptive to concentrated solar power (CSP) plants which work on heat. Now, scientists at the German Aerospace Center have tested a solar reactor concept known as CONTISOL, which also contains a thermal energy storage system to allow it to run day ...

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2018-02-22 03:03:39



Self-heating jacket uses machine learning to keep its owner comfy   

We've seen a number of smart home thermostats over the past few years that learn just how toasty you like your living room, but these won't do much good when you venture out the front door. Boston apparel company Ministry of Supply wants to bring this kind of personalized climate control to people on the move, launching a heated jacket that tunes its temp in line with user preferences, and has a few other handy tricks up its sleeves as well... Continue Reading Self-heating jacket us

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2018-02-22 01:56:11



Ferrari announces the 488 Pista: A muscled-up, racetrack-ready supercar special   

Ferrari is preparing to rock the racetrack with its most powerful V8 supercar ever. The 488 Pista, which translates as "Track," is the latest in Ferrari's special series, and makes 710 horsepower while weighing 198 lbs less than the 488 GTB and gaining some extra special handling prowess... Continue Reading Ferrari announces the 488 Pista: A muscled-up, racetrack-ready supercar special Category: Automotive Tags: Ferrari Geneva Motor Show 2018

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2018-02-22 01:56:06



Bigelow Aerospace spinoff company to oversee private space station operations   

Bigelow Aerospace has spun off a new commercial space company called Bigelow Space Operations (BSO), which will act as the sales, operations, and customer service provider for the inflatable space stations that Bigelow Aerospace is developing. The fledgling company has few employees at the moment, but CEO Robert Bigelow expects BSO to employ up to 500 people when its first stations are launched in 2021... Continue Reading Bigelow Aerospace spinoff company to oversee private space st

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2018-02-22 01:44:32



BBC micro:bit wins first Grand Digital computer race   

As part of its 10th birthday celebrations, the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park in the UK set eight computing machines spanning 80 years against each other in a race to find numbers in a mathematical sequence. An old WITCH machine and a modern iPhone were among the competitors of the Grand Digital computer race, but the clear winner was a BBC micro:bit with a 9 year-old coder as its "jockey.".. Continue Reading BBC micro:bit wins first Grand Digital computer race Ca

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2018-02-22 01:41:24



Hands on with the X-H1, Fujifilm's new flagship mirrorless camera   

With a thicker magnesium alloy body, in-body image stabilization and expanded video capabilities, Fujifilm's new X-H1 will be worthy of consideration for those looking for a mirrorless camera. New Atlas had some hands-on time with the shiny new X Series flagship, and we've got a few early impressions to share... Continue Reading Hands on with the X-H1, Fujifilm's new flagship mirrorless camera Category: Digital Cameras Tags: FUJIFILM Mirrorless

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2018-02-22 01:37:01



Big beef looms over definition of lab-grown meat   

The US Cattlemen's Association is petitioning the United States Department of Agriculture to restrict the definition of "beef" and "meat" exclusively to products born, raised and slaughtered in a traditional manner raising the question: Can lab-grown meat still be called meat?.. Continue Reading Big beef looms over definition of lab-grown meat Category: Science Tags: Agriculture Biotechnology Food technology Related Arti

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2018-02-22 01:36:52



In pictures: Innovation and idiosyncrasies at NAHBS 2018   

Last weekend, we once again paid a visit to the world's largest custom-built bicycle event - the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. This year's show was held in Hartford, Connecticut, and it certainly didn't disappoint. Here's a look at some of the wonders and oddities that were on display... Continue Reading In pictures: Innovation and idiosyncrasies at NAHBS 2018 Category: Bicycles Tags: NAHBS 2018 Related Articles: ...

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2018-02-21 20:39:24



Curtiss Warhawk: Limited edition, 150-hp, V-twin industrial art   

American arthouse motorcycle manufacturer Confederate became Curtiss earlier this year, named after the guy who built the first American v-twin, and then promptly stopped making v-twins. Hence we're kinda glad they (it) decided to build a limited edition Warhawk: it will be the first Curtiss motorcycle in 110 years, and it will be a v-twin.. Continue Reading Curtiss Warhawk: Limited edition, 150-hp, V-twin industrial art Category: Motorcycles Tags: Curtiss Mo

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2018-02-21 17:34:34



Study linking sugary soft drinks with cancer rekindles controversial debate   

A study of more than 35,000 subjects has found that people who drink sugary soft drinks have an increased risk of developing several obesity-related cancers, even if the person is not overweight. The study rekindles the controversial debate over whether excessive sugar consumption directly contributes to cancer... Continue Reading Study linking sugary soft drinks with cancer rekindles controversial debate Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Obesity

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2018-02-21 14:13:05



Discover your inner James Bond in starchitect-designed spy museum   

If you've ever considered yourself spy material then a recently-opened museum by Ghanian/British starchitect Sir David Adjaye's firm Adjaye Associates may be of interest. Named Spyscape, the Manhattan museum features installations and challenges which let you test your secret agent skills to see if you're up to the job... Continue Reading Discover your inner James Bond in starchitect-designed spy museum Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction

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2018-02-21 11:42:12



Stretchable throat sensor a "game-changer" in stroke treatment   

Over the years, we've seen all manner of innovations designed to assist the rehabilitation of stroke patients, from adapted Nintendo Wii games to anti-inflammatory drugs, and from stem cell treatments to robotic gloves. Though the idea of using wearable sensors to track patients' progress is well established (as this sensor suit we reported on in 2016 attests), a new innovation from Northwestern University shows how quickly this technology is progressing. The team of researchers has

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2018-02-21 11:37:35



Camera attachment jolts a shutterbug into snapping "better" photos   

There's nothing more frustrating than missing an ideal photo opportunity. That may not be a problem if using a camera attachment and grip built by Peter Buczkowski which sends an electric shock to the photographer when its AI-trained brain determines that a scene out front is sufficiently beautiful. Though beauty most definitely is in the eye of the AI beholder... Continue Reading Camera attachment jolts a shutterbug into snapping "better" photos Category: Digital Cameras Tags

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2018-02-21 09:11:04



Robotic picking arm isn't thwarted by clutter   

When it comes to part-picking robots, they're typically programmed to grasp a specific object in a specific fashion - such as a car part on an assembly line. Scientists from MIT and Princeton University, however, have developed a system that allows robots to grab random objects from a bin, then identify what the objects are and where they should go... Continue Reading Robotic picking arm isn't thwarted by clutter Category: Robotics Tags: Machine Learning ...

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2018-02-21 07:47:18



How colorful colonies of bacteria could one day grow organic "paints"   

A lot of bacteria might have a bad rep, but with a little genetic tweaking we can put them to work producing drugs, cleaning water, detecting long-forgotten landmines, and repairing concrete. Now a team from the University of Cambridge and a Dutch company called Hoekmine BV has outlined how we might one day grow new organic paints and coatings out of vibrantly-colored bacteria colonies... Continue Reading How colorful colonies of bacteria could one day grow organic "paints" Categ

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2018-02-21 05:22:52



Black is the new orange for sporty high-vis activewear   

Wearing bright orange or silver reflective safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer more fashionable colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear - it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light... Continue Reading Black is the new orange for sporty high-vis activewear Category: Outdoors Tags: Safety Related Articles: ...

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2018-02-21 05:14:30



Amateur astronomer captures beginning of the end as star goes supernova   

Amateur astronomers have made some pretty amazing observations in the past, including asteroids striking Jupiter, a brand-new system of four Super-Earth exoplanets, and just recently, the rediscovery of a NASA satellite long thought lost. Now, an Argentinian amateur astronomer named Victor Buso is thanking his lucky stars, after capturing on camera the very moment a star went supernova... Continue Reading Amateur astronomer captures beginning of the end as star goes supernova Cat

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2018-02-21 04:30:03



Robotic picking arm isn't thwarted by clutter   

When it comes to part-picking robots, they're typically programmed to grasp a specific object in a specific fashion - such as a car part on an assembly line. Scientists from MIT and Princeton University, however, have developed a system that allows robots to grab random objects from a bin, then identify what the objects are and where they should go... Continue Reading Robotic picking arm isn't thwarted by clutter Category: Robotics Tags: Machine Learning ...

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2018-02-21 04:06:56



Excessive alcohol use strongly linked to early-onset dementia in massive study   

A large-scale observational study of over one million adults has confidently linked chronic heavy alcohol consumption with early-onset dementia. The strong association confirms several recent similar studies examining the damaging effects of alcohol on the brain... Continue Reading Excessive alcohol use strongly linked to early-onset dementia in massive study Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Alcohol Dementia Related Articles:

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2018-02-21 03:57:22



Norwegian timber tower will reach new heights   

Following our coverage of a tall wooden tower that might get built, here's one that is being built. Named Mjøstårnet, it's currently under construction in Norway and will rise to a height of 81 m (265 ft) once complete, making it the new world's tallest wooden building. Kind of. Maybe. That depends on rule changes which may or may not come into force. Either way, the project offers some insight into the challenges of tall timber construction. .. Continue Reading Norwegian tim...

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2018-02-21 03:57:18



Aspark Owl electric supercar records blistering 1.89-second 0-62 sprint   

How much does a couple of hundredths of a second cost? Somewhere in excess of US$4 million, it would seem, as this Japanese supercapacitor supercar fractionally out-accelerates an upcoming Tesla Roadster worth less than 1/20th the price... Continue Reading Aspark Owl electric supercar records blistering 1.89-second 0-62 sprint Category: Automotive Tags: Crazy Electric Vehicles Hypercar Related Articles:

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2018-02-21 02:59:12



Nireeka's sexy carbon-framed e-bikes would be impressive at twice the price   

We've seen some of Iranian designer Mohammed "Max" Shojaie's work before, with his creatively conceived Ostoure two-wheel-drive motorcycle design from back in 2010. That one never made it past the CAD render stage, but now, with two of his brothers and a Dubai-born partner, Shojaie has turned his hand to a real-world e-bike project. And it looks like a belter... Continue Reading Nireeka's sexy carbon-framed e-bikes would be impressive at twice the price Category: Bicycles Tags

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2018-02-21 02:56:49



"Ultramassive" black holes may be the biggest ever found – and they're growing fast   

Since they're basically invisible, it can be hard to pin down just how big a black hole is. They can range anywhere from a few times the mass of the Sun up to millions or billions times that mass, but there's a potential class that are even bigger than that. A new study of data gathered by NASA's Chandra X-ray telescope has found that these so-called "ultramassive" black holes may be larger and more common than we thought... Continue Reading "Ultramassive" black holes may be the big

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2018-02-21 02:44:51



Boeing and Oerlikon team up to advance 3D printing of titanium aerospace components   

Aerospace giant Boeing and Swiss technology group Oerlikon have signed a partnership to advance 3D printing processes. The five-year partnership will first focus on powder bed additive manufacturing of structural titanium components for the aerospace industry with the goal of standardizing everything from initial powder management to finished product... Continue Reading Boeing and Oerlikon team up to advance 3D printing of titanium aerospace components Category: 3D Printing Ta

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2018-02-21 02:05:28



Proposed injectable drug homes in on bone fractures and speeds up healing   

A team of researchers from Purdue University is developing an injectable drug designed to home in on a bone fracture and accelerate the healing process. A commercial startup called Novosteo has been founded to speed the research through its preclinical phases and into human trials... Continue Reading Proposed injectable drug homes in on bone fractures and speeds up healing Category: Medical Tags: Bones Fractures Healing

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2018-02-21 01:56:29



Cassini captures its own grave in new NASA image release   

NASA has released a somber view of Saturn's night side, created from some of the final images captured by the Cassini spacecraft. An annotated version of the release poignantly highlights the region of Saturn's cloud surface in which the beloved probe would meet its end, just a few hours after the images used to create the new mosaic were captured... Continue Reading Cassini captures its own grave in new NASA image release Category: Space Tags: Atmosphere

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2018-02-21 01:55:36



Kokopelli's small, tough packraft opens up a world of water and multi-sport adventure   

One of the cooler outdoor innovations to really take off into its own sport over the past two decades or so, the packraft opens up new adventure opportunities, packing down to backpack size so it can easily carry to and from the water's edge. Denver's Kokopelli Packraft is one of the specialists in packraft design, and it's currently launching a super-light, compact new raft. The all-new Rogue series raft packs down to paper towel roll size, bikes to the water on your handlebars, and

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2018-02-21 01:44:30



Black activewear gets wearers seen at night   

Wearing bright orange or silver reflective safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer more fashionable colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear - it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light... Continue Reading Black activewear gets wearers seen at night Category: Outdoors Tags: Safety Related Articles: ...

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2018-02-20 20:14:30



"Haarlem Shuffle" floating home provides an energy-neutral haven   

Dutch architectural studio vanOmmeren-architecten has completed an inspiring energy-neutral floating home that sets itself apart from traditional "houseboats". Dubbed "Haarlem Shuffle," the 210-sq m (2,260-sq ft) floating home is located on the Spaarne River in Haarelm, The Netherlands. Stretching over two levels, it's is designed to offer the occupants privacy while also capitalizing on natural light and views across the river... Continue Reading "Haarlem Shuffle" floating home pro

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2018-02-20 19:35:26



Self-curing resin may make wind turbines more eco-friendly   

Although wind turbines may seem like the epitome of "green" energy, scientists from Vanderbilt University are working on making them even greener. More specifically, they're looking at a resin that could save energy when turbine blades are being created, and that might make those blades more recyclable... Continue Reading Self-curing resin may make wind turbines more eco-friendly Category: Environment Tags: Energy-saving Recyclable

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2018-02-20 19:08:03



Alpaca Bike is all about folding flat   

If you've ever tried taking a bicycle on an airplane, then you'll know what a hassle it can be to pack the things. Having a folding bike helps, although cyclist Bert Vermeulen found that even on that front, there was room for improvement. That's why he developed the ultra-flat-packing Alpaca Bike... Continue Reading Alpaca Bike is all about folding flat Category: Bicycles Tags: Foldable bike NAHBS 2018 Related Articles:

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2018-02-20 18:34:25



Ultra-tiny house takes downsizing to the extreme   

Though very small tiny houses, like the Terraform Three, will only appeal to hardcore small living enthusiasts, it's fascinating to see how people manage to adapt such tiny spaces to their needs. This is the case with the Wheelie Shack too, which has a bedroom, kitchen and dining area all squeezed into its rather diminutive dimensions... Continue Reading Ultra-tiny house takes downsizing to the extreme Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House

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2018-02-20 11:26:49



JimBoat relaunches 6.5 ft electric powerboat for children   

Though there are several well known manufacturers of electric-powered cars scaled down for children, there has never been a scaled down electric speed boat equivalent - until now. The JimBoat was conceived when boatbuilder Denis Jimenez found that his five-year-old grandson shared his passion for powerboats. "That's how the 6.5 ft electric powerboat was born," says Jimenez. "I built it as a surprise for him, to convey my values, my knowledge and my passion to my grandson, and so he...

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2018-02-20 11:24:41



Low-carb and low-fat diets face off in new Stanford study   

A small, but comprehensive, study from Stanford University researchers has pitted low-fat diets against low-carb diets. After one year the results are in and it's a draw. Frustrating anyone wanting a definitive result, the data compellingly suggests individual diet outcomes are much more subjective than many previously thought... Continue Reading Low-carb and low-fat diets face off in new Stanford study Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Diet F

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2018-02-20 10:44:28



Gallery: Tiny homes in narrow spaces - a look at the skinny house revolution   

With space for new abodes in big cities growing harder to come by every day, some architects are getting mightily creative. The skinny house trend takes abandoned alleyways or unconventional spaces and finds new ways to construct homes in these extraordinarily narrow locations... Continue Reading Gallery: Tiny homes in narrow spaces - a look at the skinny house revolution Category: Architecture Tags: Architects Micro-House Related Arti

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2018-02-20 10:28:04



In photos: Rapid aerodynamic evolution evident in MotoGP testing   

The shape of future sports motorcycles has evolved considerably over the last few days as the world's leading sportsbike manufacturers and MotoGP contenders (Suzuki, Honda, Ducati, Yamaha, Aprilia and KTM) evaluated new aerodynamic fairings at the second last test of the MotoGP pre-season at the Chang International Circuit at Buriram, Thailand... Continue Reading In photos: Rapid aerodynamic evolution evident in MotoGP testing Category: Motorcycles Tags: Aero

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2018-02-20 09:42:22



In photos: Rapid aerodynamic evolution evident in MotoGP testing   

The shape of future sports motorcycles has evolved considerably over the last few days as the world's leading sportsbike manufacturers and MotoGP contenders (Suzuki, Honda, Ducati, Yamaha, Aprilia and KTM) evaluated new aerodynamic fairings at the second last test of the MotoGP pre-season at the Chang International Circuit at Buriram, Thailand... Continue Reading In photos: Rapid aerodynamic evolution evident in MotoGP testing Category: Motorcycles Tags: Aero

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2018-02-20 09:08:50



Homemade houseboats serve as floating art studios for European travels   

Artists Claudius Schulze and Maciej Markowicz have embarked on a voyage through Europe's waterways on two self-built motorized houseboats. The aptly-named 2Boats project involves the pair traveling to multiple destinations, including Paris and Amsterdam, while meeting people and documenting their journey. .. Continue Reading Homemade houseboats serve as floating art studios for European travels Category: Marine Tags: Art Building and Const

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2018-02-20 07:20:22



Samsung patents flying screen that follows the eye   

If you've ever wished for a third hand so you can watch your phone while doing the dishes, Samsung might be answering your prayers in a roundabout, potentially dystopian way. The company has just been awarded a patent for a "flying display device" - a screen mounted on a quadcopter that follows your gaze... Continue Reading Samsung patents flying screen that follows the eye Category: Drones Tags: Display drones LCD ...

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2018-02-20 06:54:41



Stelia uses 3D printing to create self-reinforcing aircraft fuselage panel   

French-based Stelia Aerospace demonstrates that 3D printing has the potential to go large when it comes to aircraft construction by unveiling the first printed self-reinforcing fuselage panel. The one-m² (10.7-ft²) metal demonstrator panel is a one-piece unit with its web of stiffeners directly printed on instead of being added later and was constructed as part of the DEveloppement de la Fabrication Additive pour Composant TOpologique (DEFACTO) project to demonstrate the viability ...

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2018-02-20 06:03:37



VW's autonomous Vizzion concept trades the steering wheel for a digital chauffeur   

Volkswagen's stable of future-focused I.D. concepts continues to grow, with the German automaker today announcing a new premium electrified sedan ahead of next month's Geneva Auto Show. The I.D. Vizzion concept vehicle features no steering wheel or visible controls, and would instead be driven by a "digital chauffeur" who affords it full autonomy. .. Continue Reading VW's autonomous Vizzion concept trades the steering wheel for a digital chauffeur Category: Automotive Tags:

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2018-02-20 05:59:53



Branson's Virgin Hyperloop One to build test track in India   

Although we're yet to see a Hyperloop system hit its promised subsonic speeds, it is full steam ahead when it comes to route-planning and feasibility studies. Together with the local government, Richard Branson's Virgin Hyperloop One has today announced plans to build a 25-minute Hyperloop connection between the Indian cities of Pune and Mumbai, which is currently a two-hour trip by car... Continue Reading Branson's Virgin Hyperloop One to build test track in India Category: Urba

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2018-02-20 05:20:36



World-first whale cam reveals secrets of the mysterious minke   

Advanced cameras, particularly those attached to drones, have become invaluable tools for scientists studying marine life, but one creature that has remained relatively elusive is the polar-dwelling minke whale. For the first time ever, scientists have managed to slap a camera onto the mammal's back as it swam through the icy waters of Antarctica, surprising researchers with its speed and seemingly voracious appetite... Continue Reading World-first whale cam reveals secrets of the m

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2018-02-20 05:12:44



Samsung's 30+ TB enterprise SSD rolls off the production line   

Billed as the world's largest capacity Serial Attached SCSI SSD, the PM1643 has now entered mass production. Samsung has managed to cram 30.72 TB of storage space into a 2.5-inch drive format unit, which it hopes will help accelerate the move from hard drives to solid state storage in enterprise systems... Continue Reading Samsung's 30+ TB enterprise SSD rolls off the production line Category: Computers Tags: Business Samsung SSD

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2018-02-20 03:58:16



Biophilic design: How architecture can contribute to a healthier, less-stressful life   

Despite the many conveniences and advantages of modern life, wellbeing and contentment continue to evade many of us. The cure may be in an architectural concept that sounds new but is as old as the hills. Take a dose of biophilia and read how your home's design can help you live a healthier, less stressful life... Continue Reading Biophilic design: How architecture can contribute to a healthier, less-stressful life Category: Architecture Tags: Architects

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2018-02-20 03:47:48



Interview: The fastest woman on a motorcycle tells us why she hates going fast   

Most land-speed record holders are adrenaline junkies, who spend years sweating through engineering challenges for the chance to get out on the salt and go fast. Eva Håkansson hates that part. We caught up with her at the Melbourne EV expo for a very entertaining chat... Continue Reading Interview: The fastest woman on a motorcycle tells us why she hates going fast Category: Motorcycles Tags: Land Speed Records Racing Streamline...

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2018-02-20 03:46:26



Common blood pressure medication could delay onset, or even prevent, type 1 diabetes   

New research into off-label uses for a 50-year-old drug commonly prescribed for high-blood pressure has found that it could prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes. The promising research also suggests a new approach for investigating drugs that could help treat a variety of autoimmune diseases... Continue Reading Common blood pressure medication could delay onset, or even prevent, type 1 diabetes Category: Medical Tags: Blood Pressure Diabetes

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2018-02-20 03:39:53



Easy-build bamboo bike forgoes resin for nuts   

Back when we visited the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in 2015, Lance Rake showed us an e-bike he made from a blend of woven bamboo, carbon fiber and balsa wood. At this year's show, he was back with a bamboo bike that's designed to be easy for Indian entrepreneurs to build using simple tools... Continue Reading Easy-build bamboo bike forgoes resin for nuts Category: Bicycles Tags: Bamboo NAHBS 2018 Related Articles:

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2018-02-20 03:37:44



Stem cells help patch up brain damage in stroke victims   

Researchers at the University of Georgia have developed a new stem-cell-based treatment for strokes. When tested in animal models, the technique was found to reduce brain damage and help the brain heal itself faster, and the results have been promising enough that human clinical trials may follow as soon as next year. .. Continue Reading Stem cells help patch up brain damage in stroke victims Category: Medical Tags: Brain Mice S

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2018-02-20 02:10:50



Techrules turns its turbine range-extending Ren supercar into a single-seat track car   

Techrules has been one of the biggest, flashiest stories of the past two Geneva Motor Shows, and as Geneva 2018 approaches, the company commits to being front and center yet again. It will be premiering a track version of last year's Ren turbine range-extender supercar. The new Ren RS maintains the potent turbine-extended electric powertrain and radical fighter jet inspiration of the street car but loses two passengers, drops some weight and gains lap-optimizing aero tech. .. Contin

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2018-02-20 02:02:54



Land ho! Plants may have left the sea much earlier than we thought   

Most of what we know about the deep history of life on Earth comes from fossils, and according to that record, plants migrated from the sea onto land about 420 million years ago. But the story told by those dusty old rocks is patchy at best. New research led by the University of Bristol has wound back the evolutionary clock to determine that plants likely invaded dry land much earlier, about 500 million years ago... Continue Reading Land ho! Plants may have left the sea much earlier

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2018-02-20 01:23:31



Cabin by the Sea tiny home is built around a central living cube   

Polish design and architecture studio Zup-a has developed a tiny beach cabin that is clad in raw wooden tiles. Dubbed "Cabin by the Sea", the single bedroom home is built around a central living cube, which not only comprises a kitchen, study and bathroom suites, but also separates the home into its separate quarters... Continue Reading Cabin by the Sea tiny home is built around a central living cube Category: Architecture Tags: House Tiny

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2018-02-20 01:22:41



Laser system wirelessly charges phones from across the room   

We've cut the cord for communication, thanks to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but charging our little pocket supercomputers still takes a tether. Judging by the range of wireless charging technologies in the works, that might not be the case for much longer. A team from the University of Washington has demonstrated how lasers could be used to charge a device from across the room... Continue Reading Laser system wirelessly charges phones from across the room Category: Electronics Tags:

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2018-02-20 01:04:12



Ambitious plan hatched for supertall wooden skyscraper in Tokyo   

New "world's tallest" timber towers sprout up quite regularly nowadays, but Japanese lumber and housing firm Sumitomo Forestry could smash all current records if its ambitious plan to build a supertall timber skyscraper in Tokyo is realized. Rising to an impressive 350 m (1,148 ft)-tall, the tower would be a real feat of wooden construction. .. Continue Reading Ambitious plan hatched for supertall wooden skyscraper in Tokyo Category: Architecture Tags: B

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2018-02-19 11:14:47



CompuLab upgrades compact fanless PC designed for harsh industrial use   

Israel's CompuLab packed a lot of computer power into a compact frame when it released the first Airtop fanless computer back in 2016. Now the company has unveiled the second generation, the Airtop2, that can be had with Intel's latest Xeon processor, powerful discrete graphics and up to 64 GB of system memory. And it's designed to work in extreme temperatures... Continue Reading CompuLab upgrades compact fanless PC designed for harsh industrial use Category: Computers Tags:

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2018-02-19 10:14:53



Peculiar superconductor aids quest for quantum computing   

Humanity has been on the trail of the elusive and mysterious Majorana fermion since it was first theorized in 1937. Now, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology think they have manufactured a topological superconductor capable of hosting the mysterious particle. If so, this could be an important step towards practical and robust quantum computers which don't lose data... Continue Reading Peculiar superconductor aids quest for quantum computing Category: Physics Tags:

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2018-02-19 07:36:31



Ravean's heated gloves and mittens smash early Kickstarter goals   

Ravean has been developing different self-heating outdoor accessories for several years now, from vests and hoodies to sleeping bag liners. Now the company is developing a battery-powered heated glove with a recent Kickstarter launch exceeding its goals just days after it went live... Continue Reading Ravean's heated gloves and mittens smash early Kickstarter goals Category: Outdoors Tags: Gloves Heating Winter Related A

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2018-02-19 05:19:05



MIT's thermal resonator generates electricity from the air's daily temperature cycle   

Energy is all around us - we just need to work out how to tap into it. Now a team from MIT has developed a device called a thermal resonator, which could essentially pull electricity out of thin air by taking advantage of gradual ambient temperature changes over the course of the day. .. Continue Reading MIT's thermal resonator generates electricity from the air's daily temperature cycle Category: Energy Tags: Electricity Energy ...

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2018-02-19 04:40:17



7 strange vehicles to get you from A to B   

The rise of the internet and byproducts like Kickstarter has facilitated a spread of ideas like never before, some fun, some world-changing and a whole lot that can only be described as weird. The realm of transport is a particularly good place to see oddball creations in action, and while the seven presented here might not be the most effective in getting you where you need to go, they would certainly turn some heads along the way... Continue Reading 7 strange vehicles to get you f

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2018-02-19 03:21:56



Dual-camera helmet gives cyclists eyes in the back of their heads   

No longer just tough shells for your noggin, the humble bicycle helmet has recently been kitted out with turn signals, walkie talkies, blind spot detection systems and bone-conduction speakers. Now an Australian startup called Cyclevision has revealed the Edge, a helmet sporting front- and back-facing cameras to let riders watch for danger or record their adventures... Continue Reading Dual-camera helmet gives cyclists eyes in the back of their heads Category: Bicycles Tags:

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2018-02-19 03:21:32



Potential blood and urine test for autism greeted with skepticism   

A research team at the University of Warwick claims to have developed blood and urine tests that can effectively indicate autism in children. The study, using complex machine learning algorithms designed to identify differences in blood and urine between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) subjects and healthy children, suggests a variety of new biomarkers that could be related to the condition... Continue Reading Potential blood and urine test for autism greeted with skepticism Categ

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2018-02-19 02:51:17



NASA preps new exoplanet-hunter for April lift-off   

The search for extraterrestrial life has shifted gears over the last five years or so, with the Kepler Space Telescope alone bringing thousands of potentially habitable Earth-sized planets into focus. Things are unlikely to slow down as NASA prepares to unleash a couple of powerful new exoplanet-hunting tools, starting with the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), which just landed at Kennedy Space Center ahead of its upcoming launch... Continue Reading NASA preps new exopl

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2018-02-18 19:01:28



How ketamine relieves depression by suppressing the brain's "anti-reward" center   

The anti-depressant qualities of ketamine, initially developed as an anesthetic before drifting into recreational circles due to its hallucinogenic properties, have been a booming topic of research over the past few years. Anecdotal evidence of the drug's effects have been so strong that "ketamine clinics" have popped up all over the US, delivering experimental treatments to patients for hundreds of dollars a dose. Researchers at Zhejiang University in China have now uncovered exciti

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2018-02-18 08:31:33



Carbon and wood come together in one seriously curvy bike   

Ryan Cargo used to live in Berlin, where he noticed that all the bicycles basically looked the same. This prompted him to design something different - not necessarily lighter or more aerodynamic - just different. As can be seen in the above image, the results will most definitely turn a few heads... Continue Reading Carbon and wood come together in one seriously curvy bike Category: Bicycles Tags: NAHBS 2018 Wood Related Articles: ...

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2018-02-18 07:09:45



Rally-dominating Stratos gets resurrected   

Once a dominant force on the world rally stage, the iconic wedge-shaped Stratos is making a return half a century after the production of the original. .. Continue Reading Rally-dominating Stratos gets resurrected Category: Automotive Tags: Geneva Motor Show 2018 Lancia Pininfarina Rallying Related Articles: Pininfarina applies its famous curves to a superyacht

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2018-02-18 04:08:13



Rubber-metal composite material stiffens up in response to stress   

Rubber and metal are usually thought to sit at opposite ends of the stiffness spectrum, but a new composite material developed at Iowa State University could switch from the flexibility of the former to the stiffness of the latter after being bent, twisted or squeezed... Continue Reading Rubber-metal composite material stiffens up in response to stress Category: Materials Tags: Bubble Flexible Iowa State University

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2018-02-18 01:14:07



Ruby-studded handmade bike is fit for a King   

Every year at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, there seems to be one bike that particularly attracts the photo-takers and question-askers. At this year's show, held in Hartford, Connecticut, that bike would probably be Helio Ascari's exquisite King Plus... Continue Reading Ruby-studded handmade bike is fit for a King Category: Bicycles Tags: Handbuilt Luxury NAHBS 2018 Related Articles:

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2018-02-17 08:22:47



Mercedes' 1,000+ hp Project One hypercar inspires 3,100-hp powerboat   

For more than a decade, Mercedes and Cigarette Racing have been creating some cross-industry synergy, a collaboration that has resulted in eight special edition boats inspired by Mercedes sports cars. There have been some superlative machines, including the AMG Electric Drive Concept and the GT S Concept, and now that Mercedes-AMG is busy building its most advanced hypercar of all time, it follows that the ninth team-up boat is just as cutting edge. With 3,100-hp of Mercury Racing en

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2018-02-17 03:21:01



Giant nerves key to cuttlefish's incredible camouflage capability   

The cuttlefish is often called the chameleon of the sea, but where the land-based version can only change its color, the sepia-squirting, tentacled one can change its skin texture as well as its tint in seconds. How it does this has been a mystery, but scientists from the Marine Biological Laboratory and the University of Cambridge have found that the cuttlefish controls its stealth ability using a giant neural circuit that similar to the one that squids use to control their iridesce

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2018-02-17 01:15:52



Dyson engineers raid parts cupboard for orchestral debut   

Engineers from Dyson have built a bunch of novel instruments for an orchestral piece by musician David Roche. Digital motors, vacuum cleaners, air purifiers and bladeless fans were all stripped down, mashed up and merged with other instruments to produce notes and harmonies that will accompany the Orion Orchestra for a premier performance at London's Cadogan Hall this weekend... Continue Reading Dyson engineers raid parts cupboard for orchestral debut Category: Music Tags:

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2018-02-16 10:43:16



Helipads, hot tubs and high-def TVs: Furrion concept glampers get luxury overload   

During the annual melee of CES 2018, the world seemed to have largely overlooked one of the largest, most tech-packed debuts of the show. Lifestyle technology company Furrion revealed an all-out glamping tractor-trailer packed with everything from a restaurant-level kitchen to a complete smarthome-like entertainment system. A combination of a fifth wheel trailer and a sleeper semi cab, the new concept joined Furrion's 2017 Elysium, an A-list Type A motorhome concept with built-in hel

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2018-02-16 06:35:42



Kia drops the apostrophe and adds the tech on all-new Ceed   

Kia has taken the wraps off its third generation Ceed ahead of next month's Geneva Motor Show. The hatchback gets a selection of new engine options, a host of driver assist technology and a sporty exterior makeover and a subtle name change... Continue Reading Kia drops the apostrophe and adds the tech on all-new Ceed Category: Automotive Tags: Geneva Motor Show 2018 Kia Related Articles: Corbellati puts

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2018-02-16 05:46:08



Netflix, MoviePass and how technology is radically redefining the movie business   

As Netflix steps into blockbuster movie territory and MoviePass brings new disruptions to an old theatrical model, we're witnessing a transformative moment for the movie business. What can movie theaters do to rekindle their dwindling audiences? Is the answer in the very same technology that is threatening its existence?.. Continue Reading Netflix, MoviePass and how technology is radically redefining the movie business Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Movie

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2018-02-16 05:20:11



Guntu floating hotel offers breathtaking voyages across the Seto Inland Sea   

Japanese architectural studio Yasushi Horibe has recently completed a stunning hotel located in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. Dubbed "Guntu", the luxury floating hotel is inspired by traditional Japanese architecture and boasts gorgeous wooden interiors, while offering the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the serenity of its surrounds... Continue Reading Guntu floating hotel offers breathtaking voyages across the Seto Inland Sea Category: Architecture Tags: Cruise

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2018-02-16 04:18:27



Catalina tiny house offers flexibility and off-grid freedom   

The flagship model of Gresham, Oregon-based Tiny Innovations is called the Catalina. The towable dwelling is offered in three different sizes and its layout can be tweaked to suit, including the number of bedrooms required. The tiny house can also run off-the-grid with an optional solar power setup. .. Continue Reading Catalina tiny house offers flexibility and off-grid freedom Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micro-Hous

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2018-02-16 03:09:11



"Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors   

Like the horse of Troy, scientists at the Technion have developed a way to sneak synthetic cells right into tumor tissue, where they then begin producing cancer-fighting proteins from the inside. The technique was tested in both cell cultures and in mice, and found to be an effective treatment in both cases... Continue Reading "Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Cells Healt

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2018-02-16 02:55:56



Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour water drinkable   

Among graphene's long list of superpowers, filtering water may be one of the most directly beneficial. Now a team of Australian scientists has demonstrated how effective a specially-designed form of graphene can be at purifying water with a pretty challenging test: the filter made water from Sydney Harbour safe to drink in one step... Continue Reading Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour water drinkable Category: Materials Tags: Australia

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2018-02-16 02:28:15






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