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Neural Implants May Appear Soon
[10 Nov, 2010] comments (0)
Neural implants that are meant to restore damaged areas in the brain can become a reality in about a decade. IMEC manger Wolfgang Eberle believes that the involved technology could be used to create smart brain implants. ...
Latest Invention: Material Able to Store Enormous Amount of Holographic Data
[04 Nov, 2010] comments (1)
A team of researchers from the University of Arizona managed to create a material that in the near future could be used to store huge amount of shifting holographic data. ...
Genetically Enhanced Astronauts Could Boost Manned Space Exploration Program
[03 Nov, 2010] comments (0)
J. Craig Venter assumes that NASA's manned spaceflight program could register a significant boost in case the agency starts recruiting genetically enhanced astronauts. ...
NASA and DARPA Want to Create a Spaceship for Interstellar Travel
[02 Nov, 2010] comments (0)
Researchers and engineers from NASA and DARPA decided to team up in order to study the possibility of creating a 100-year Starship that could perform interstellar travel. ...
Lunar Solar Power System that Sends Energy to Earth
[27 Oct, 2010] comments (1)
Bryna Anderson's design of a huge astral power tower has recently won the 2010 Moon Capital International Design Challenge. ...
Moon Has Enough Water to Sustain Manned Lunar Base
[22 Oct, 2010] comments (1)
Recently NASA concluded that the moon may include just enough water to maintain a lunar base with people onboard. ...
Researchers Used Computer Program to Identify People by the Image of Their Ears
[13 Oct, 2010] comments (0)
A team of researchers from the University of Southampton's School of Electronics and Computer Science decided to use a computer program dubbed image ray transform to identify people by their ears. ...
Volvo to Create Car Battery that Could be Installed Into Body Panels
[29 Sep, 2010] comments (1)
Volvo's new project called Tomorrow's Volvo Car aims at reducing the weight of electric vehicle and finding the most suitable place to mount the power storage systems. ...
NASA's Unmanned Aircraft Flies Through the Storm's Eye 7 Times
[27 Sep, 2010] comments (0)
NASA pilots managed to fly the UAS Global Hawk through the eye of a hurricane several times. ...
Latest Invention: Ultrathin Bendable Lithium-Ion Batteries
[23 Sep, 2010] comments (0)
Scientists from Stanford managed to create new ultrathin paper-based lithium-ion batteries. ...
Latest Invention: Cheap, Flexible Solar Cells for Your Windows
[21 Sep, 2010] comments (2)
Eight19 is currently working on a revolutionary organic solar photovoltaic technology that could help in the near future make the process of solar cell installation much easier and cheaper. ...
Cameron and NASA to Launch Mars Rover Equipped with 3D Camera
[03 Sep, 2010] comments (2)
James Cameron, has teamed up with specialists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Malin Space Science Systems to create a 3D camera that will take a trip to Mars, being mounted on the Mars Science Laboratory. ...
Researchers Use Mind-Reading Technology to Prevent Terrorist Attacks
[24 Aug, 2010] comments (4)
Students and researchers from the Northwestern University in Illinois decided to carry out an experiment that would demonstrate that it is possible to prevent terrorist attacks by reading the people's minds. ...
Latest Invention: Soladey-J3X - Toothbrush that Doesn't Need Toothpaste
[20 Aug, 2010] comments (11)
A team of researchers at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, has invented a toothbrush that makes a solar-powered chemical reaction in a person's mouth to clean their teeth. ...
NASA Unveiled a Very Accurate Map of Mars
[26 Jul, 2010] comments (0)
The 21,000 pictures collected from the Odyssey's Thermal Emission Imaging System, NASA used to create an extremely detailed map of the red planet. ...

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