Nesyamun is one of the oldest existing mummies in the world. Despite its age, the mummy’s speech organs remain intact.
The onboard computer was reformatted into a Bitcoin node.
In order to do this, researches from the University of Ulm have used a transmission electron microscope, which can act as a camera.
He has named the device Nuclear Football, hinting at the "nuclear briefcases" that presidents of nuclear powers carry.
A spider-like device can move on vertical surfaces, like a real arthropod.
Long trips often lead to hypodynamia - muscle weakness due to a sedentary lifestyle. Jaguar Land Rover has created a car seat to help prevent this.
This idea has been actively developed since 2018, when the corresponding project received funding under the Innovative Advanced Concepts program.
Regularly working at the computer and a lack of physical activity can have a detrimental effect on your posture. The compact Upright Go 2 device can help modern people maintain their health.
VR glasses for domestic use have become a growing trend over the last few years, but most models are still bulky and uncomfortable. The same cannot be said about the new model from Panasonic.
Until recently, 3D printers were considered the pinnacle of technological development. Their position was challenged at CES 2020 as it became clear that there is no limit to perfection.
The vehicle is called BelugaXL. This giant is set to start a revolution in the cargo aircraft market.
They studied the gingko tree, which shows minimal signs of aging, according to biologists.
Engineers from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have announced Luca - the super eco-friendly electric car.
This task was completed by a team of researchers from the University of Lincoln led by Dr Khaled Goher.
No desk is complete without a nice desk lamp. iHaper DL1 Smart offers the best of both worlds: excellent lighting for your workspace and an instant understanding of what you want to communicate.
Each xenobot is made up of 500-1000 cells. These inventions are capable of autonomous movement, transportation of objects and self-healing.
The battery created by scientists is rightfully considered not only the most powerful, but also the most environmentally friendly.
The product is being promoted as a respiratory equipment and a fashion accessory that will complement any look.
An ancient skull with a preserved piece of brain was discovered in the UK in 2008. Since then, scientists have been trying to figure out how the tissue managed to last.