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Survival Bunker: Staying Alive Luxuriously

We’re not saying it’s time to go underground now—or ever, for that matter. Natural disasters, war, and disease are a part of the human condition,…

Coca-Cola Installs First 3D Robotic Sign in Times Square

Coca-Cola has always been at the forefront of outdoor advertising innovation. It put its first advertising billboard up in New York’s Times Square in 1920,…

Facial Recognition: Smile to Pay the Colonel

At a KFC restaurant in China, you can pay for your meal with a smile … and a little money. In the city of Hangzhou,…

A Fourth Type of Chocolate “Ruby” Discovered After 80 Years

Think you love chocolates? Most chocolate lovers will claim that there is nothing about chocolates they don’t know. White, milk or dark … If you are…

Hyperloop One Global Challenge Winners Announced

On Sept. 14, Hyperloop One announced the winners in its Hyperloop One Global Challenge, a competition to identify the best routes for its high-speed, futuristic…

3D Printing: Solar Sinter Makes Objects From Glass

The vast majority of 3D printing technologies, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), use a layer-by-layer strategy. But thanks to some rapid improvements in technology…

Autism May Be Treated by Diet Change

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological condition that begins early in childhood and lasts throughout a person’s life. Effects include a number of social,…

1,000 Truckloads of Orange Peels Now Lush, Green Jungle

In 1997, Daniel Janzen and Winnie Hallwachs, two ecologists from the University of Pennsylvania, approached a local juice company, Del Oro in Costa Rica, with…

This Incubator Grows Babies Outside the Womb

Surrogacy is on the rise. More and more women are choosing not to carry their own babies for fear of hurting their careers or ruining…

Graphene-Fed Spiders Spin One of the Strongest Materials on Earth

Researchers at University of Trento in Italy have found a novel way to increase the overall strength of spider silk. Scientists have developed a synthetic version of…

Leading Food Hygiene Lab Reports on the Inlabtec Serial Diluter

Inlabtec has published a customer video report that describes the experiences of Swiss Quality Testing Services (SQTS) (Courtepin, Switzerland) in replacing traditional test tube-based serial…

Energy Harvesting Fabric Generates Electricity

Scientists have discovered a radical new way to create electricity from fabric. Soon, your pants could be charging your smartphone while you wear them. An…

ReRAM: Will New Memory Device Replace Flash?

Keep an eye out for Resistive Random-Access Memory (ReRAM), an up-and-coming type of computer memory technology. ReRAM is currently under development by a number of…

Global Warming Effects: Arctic Crossing Without Icebreaker

Ice-breaking escorts help ships to sail through the Arctic region. These escorts are designed to break even the thickest ice and make the inhospitable paths…

NASA Plans to Save Earth From Supervolcano by Puncturing It

According to scientists at NASA, one of the greatest natural threats to human civilization is a supervolcanic eruption. The resulting ash clouds could starve the…