Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has teamed up with several private companies on the CRD2 project. The aim is to remove space debris from orbit.
Scientists from Northwestern University in Illinois have created a tiny flying microchip.
Eight years ago, inventor Dan Baldwin created a unique electric board known as the Ungoverned Powerboard. Now, in 2021, Baldwin has unveiled a new updated version of the device.
The spectacles are almost impossible to tell from ordinary glasses and offer a whole bunch of new technologies.
A new technique for processing food helps save resources and enable the consumer to form food into any shape they want.
Comfortable outdoor recreation with an EXP-8 off-road trailer!
When folded, the screen fits easily into a bag.
The "cell farming" technology allows you to sprout coffee seeds in a test tube.
The prototype organ can mimic haemodialysis.
Recently, the company revealed the innovative Uptis tire, which has taken sixteen years to develop.
Turns out the human body is a genuine provider of substances suitable for construction.
Wild cockatoo parrots remain the only non-primates who make their own tools.
Cyclists can now ride their bikes even in the winter.
It can even work at a 45-degree angle!
Earlier, the company revealed an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft designed specifically for long-distance travel.
The wire has a built-in microcomputer, which reads the typed messages. The hacker later receives them via a radio module.
Bjarke Ingels Group is set to develop the project.
The project has already received $100 million in funding. An American business is a major donor.
Previously, the country had a law prohibiting children under 16 from playing video games from 12 PM to 6 AM.