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Citroen launches a compact electric car for teenagers

Citroen launches a compact electric car for teenagers

In France, the vehicle is identified as a 'light ATV,' so you're able to drive the car from the age of fourteen.
Japan to create a suitcase for the blind

Japan to create a suitcase for the blind

A suitcase with built-in artificial intelligence will allow visually impaired people to travel independently.
New technology has emerged which creates diamonds from oil

New technology has emerged which creates diamonds from oil

Diamonds are a beneficial material that is used not only in the creation of jewellery but also in many industries. The new technologies of Stanford scientists allow them to blend diamonds from oil.
Tiny robot machines to transport prototypes

Tiny robot machines to transport prototypes

Biotechnology often relies on bulky and not very convenient devices. Tiny robots based on warehouse machines can make science more practical and efficient.
Robot composer Shimon goes on tour

Robot composer Shimon goes on tour

For the first time, we saw the robot musician in 2017. Now Shimon is going on tour to promote his first album.

Scientists have created an eco-friendly superglue that can be unstuck

Any superglue has two problems: harmful chemicals in the composition and difficulty in detaching glued objects. It seems that both issues have been solved.

Amazon has opened its first store without shop assistants

The American city of Seattle has opened a full-fledged grocery supermarket, which has absolutely no staff.

Robots will solve the problem of traffic congestion

Scientists at Northwestern University have demonstrated an algorithm that will help avoid traffic congestion in the future.

Scientists have discovered fossils of green algae which are billions of years old

We're talking about Proterocladus antiquus algae, found in northern China in the province of Liaoning.

A unique animal discovered that doesn't need oxygen

This mysterious creature is called the Henneguya salminicola;  completely lacking the Mitochondrial genome.

Carrots will suffice: scientists have named the best method of dog training

As it turned out, punishment has an adverse effect on animals' psyche.

Martian plants offer urine fertiliser

Struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate) harvested from human urine, has helped to grow beans in soil that mimics alien soil.

US military learns to print spare parts

So far, we’re only talking only about small fragments of the human body, such as blood vessels and cartilage, however, in the future, technology can give mankind phenomenal opportunities.

The new method allows you to detect bladder cancer 10 years before clinical signs appear

The World Health Organisation's IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) has released a new study that may be useful for early cancer diagnosis.

Candle Touch - a wax candle that lights up via Bluetooth

If you are tired of using matches, now you can light a candle using a mobile app.

A snake robot can overcome obstacles 38% height of its body length

Engineers at the Johns Hopkins University have created a snake robot with an amazing ability to overcome obstacles.

Scientists discover the giant shell of a prehistoric tortoise

It's estimated that the reptile weighed more than 1,200 kg and was more than 3 metres long. The fossil was found in South America.

Drone Champions AG test a new manoeuvrable passenger drone

The drone was developed as part of a campaign to promote the Drone Champions League.

Nike continues their line of sneakers with the Lace Adapt BB

Shoe sales kicked off this Sunday and just in time to coincide with the annual All-Star Weekend sports event. Basketball player Ja Morant was the first to appreciate the uniqueness.

Roboticon develops a device which sifts through your garbage for recycling

The device was invented by startup business CleanRobotics from the American city of San Francisco.

American scientists have invented a muffler bracelet for microphones

This invention was developed by a team of computer science professors at the University of Chicago.

Switzerland creates the ultra-fast 3D-printing technology

Now you can create full-fledged 3D objects in just a few seconds.

Iran displays the latest version of the Suren's robot

The first humanoid robot Suren developed in Iran about ten years ago. Recently, scientists from Tehran University introduced to the world the fourth model in its line.

Keep your brain sharp with these physical exercises

Australian scientists have conducted a research, during which they learned that aerobics has a positive effect on brain neuroplasticity.
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