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3D printers start printing food

3D printers start printing food

A recent study by MIT demonstrated how to increase satiety with smaller portions.
Charge your electric car from a street lamp

Charge your electric car from a street lamp

Britain has implemented an unusual project: Siemens and Ubitricity have installed special points in street lamps for charging electric vehicles. 
Switzerland finds a way to make drones 10 times faster 

Switzerland finds a way to make drones 10 times faster 

The reaction rate of today's drones is about 20-40 seconds. Swiss engineers have improved these figures to 3.5 seconds.
Cycleaegle - an electric skateboard for off-road riding

Cycleaegle - an electric skateboard for off-road riding

Everyone who likes outdoor activities will surely enjoy the Cycleaegle board.
A simple sensor will teach robots how to control their power

A simple sensor will teach robots how to control their power

Before picking up something with our hands, we always assess what material the item is made of. Depending on this, we unconsciously adjust the force of our pressure and carefully hold more delicate items.

Matternet drone stations help transport biosamples

California-based startup Drone Logistics Matternet introduces a state-of-the-art bio-sample which can be transported to hospitals. It's built on the cooperation of Matternet cloud stations and drones of the same name.

Google and Adidas introduce smart insoles for football players

Utilising an accelerometer, gyroscope and applying other systems, the insole collects and processes data about the game's techniques.

The Moon could have been created by the Earth colliding with another planet

According to scientists at the University of New Mexico, the Moon could break away from the Earth because of an impact with another celestial body.

Scientists discover zombie genes that come to life after death

Former University of Alabama professor Peter Noble identified genes that are activated several hours or days after a person's death.

Youtuber develops a 'googol demonstrator' - a machine displaying the number of atoms in the universe

The system works with a set of connected gears with a moving ratio of 1 to 10. In other words, if the first gear makes 1000 revolutions, then the second - 100, the third - 10, etc.

How do courier drones help coronavirus patients?

The closure of entire cities due to quarantine caused an increased demand for autonomous courier robots. A Chinese start-up technology company received an order for the production of 200 electric delivery vehicles.

Sandcastle helping to install Android on your iPhone

Previously, the iPhone and Android OS were categorically incompatible. Correlium’s Sandcastle project fixed that and immediately had a problem with a lawsuit from Apple.

Youtuber discovers how to control a laser with their bare hands

Well-known blogger Tom Scott has posted a new video in which he plays with a laser beam with his bare hands. Surprisingly, the video was recorded with practically no video effects.

Goodyear introduces the ReCharge self-healing tire

The device itself determines the degree of its own individual wear or tear, after the diagnosis the worn-out part is restored using special materials.

Austrian engineers build a unique folding bridge

Employees of the Vienna Technical University develop an incredible engineering structure, marking the beginning of a new era in construction.

Boeing presents the concept of a modern reconnaissance helicopter

The long-held secret idea was finally introduced to the public.

Boston Dynamics and OTTO Motors have teamed up to create an authentic 21st Century warehouse. 

The central roles are assigned to the Handle and AMR robots, that quickly move around the room, performing duties assigned to them.

Omega Series 5 - an everlasting pen without ink

Writing with the Omega Series 5, you'll notice how unique this pen is which uses special metals. The development of the pen isn't a new concept and has only been created  recently.

The remains of an ancient dwarf lion were discovered in Australia

We're used to the fact that animals of antiquity were bigger than their descendants. But there are exceptions to this rule: palaeontologists found the remains of an ancient lion, which was the size of an ordinary domestic cat.

New Deepfake app enables you to remove any person from a video

Google employee Jason Mays has developed a new video retouching app.The tool allows you to remove a person from any video you’ve captured.

Alphabet plans to save the oceans from pollution

One of the subdivisions of the holding announced a project to conserve and protect the resources of our oceans.

DNA samples found in dinosaur remains

Previously, scientists believed that in the best-case scenario, DNA could be stored for a million years, but the age of recently found dinosaur remains are seventy-five times older.

A new eSports Academy in the US will enable gamers to earn money

In the United States, the creation of the Century Academy of Gaming and eSports (CAGE) wants to develop professional e-sports athletes out of gamers.

A Composer has created every possible tune to save music from copyright rules

The modern intellectual property copyright system is often criticised. One of its consistent opponents has created every conceivable style of music to give art freedom. 
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