Robots to Be Used to Perform Surgical Operations Without Human Support
[22 Jul, 2010] comments (0)
According to US researchers, in the near future robots will be able to perform surgical operations on real persons without the implication of human surgeons. ...
Japan Hopes to Launch Mirror-Covered Spacecraft to Mercury
[21 Jul, 2010] comments (0)
Japan is planning a mission to the hot Mercury. The mission will involve a spacecraft covered in mirrors that will be able to reflect the 450C (842F) heat from the planet. ...
European Space Agency Is Thinking of Placing a Doomsday Ark on the Moon
[16 Jul, 2010] comments (3)
The European Space Agency is thinking about a base on the moon that will serve as an encyclopedia that will preserve the information about our planet, including data on plants and animals. ...
Researchers Hope to Build 3D Printer to Print Human Organs
[12 Jul, 2010] comments (1)
By making use of a process entitled Computer Aided Tissue Engineering, the Bioplotter is able to make 3D scaffolds composed of different biomaterials ranging from soft hydrogels to hard ceramics and metals. ...
Latest Invention: Powerful Ultra-Battery
[07 Jul, 2010] comments (2)
In the near future we may give up our traditional energy storage device and make use of ultra batteries composed of xenon and fluoride. ...
World's First Cat with Bionic Paws
[29 Jun, 2010] comments (1)
A cat named Oscar, has had an accident and was left with two legs. But Noel Fitzpatrick, a veterinary surgeon, came up with an idea to create two bionic paws for the cat. ...
CERN Opens Unique Exhibition with Insights into the World of Particles
[21 Jun, 2010] comments (0)
A permanent exhibition entitled Universe of Particles will soon open at the conference center of CERN, which has the goal of offering guests an amazing insight into the world of small and large particles. ...
Researchers Found a Way to Power Medical Devices Using Patient's Heart
[08 Jun, 2010] comments (0)
A team of scientists from Georgia Institute of Technology managed to discover a technique that would allow powering various medical devices using the heart of the patient. ...
Volunteers Locked for 520 Days In Experiment to Simulate Mission to Mars
[07 Jun, 2010] comments (0)
Last week a team of six members was chosen for an unprecedented experiment that aims at simulating a mission to the red planet. ...
Growing Teeth Inside Patient's Mouth
[01 Jun, 2010] comments (2)
Dr. Jeremy Mao managed to come up with a revolutionary technique that would allow implants to be grown inside an empty tooth socket, in the mouth of the patient. ...
Robot Moon Base to Be Raised by 2020
[31 May, 2010] comments (0)
Japanese researchers have decided to build a moon base that will serve as a tool for space exploration. ...
Self-Healing Concrete Developed by URI Student
[28 May, 2010] comments (2)
Michelle Pelletier, an engineering student from the University of Rhode Island (URI), managed to come up with self-healing concrete that is also cost-friendly. ...
Material that Allows Making Super Disks Found by Japanese Researchers
[25 May, 2010] comments (0)
A group of scientists from Japan managed to discover a material that could be applied in making a low-price disc that would boast a data storing capacity much greater than a Blu-ray disc. ...
Latest Invention: Robotic Nano-Spiders Made of DNA Molecules
[17 May, 2010] comments (26)
A group of scientists from Columbia University managed to invent extremely small spider robots measuring about 4 nanometers across. ...
China Researchers to Use Cigarette Butts to Protect Steel Pipes from Rusting
[14 May, 2010] comments (2)
About 300 millions of Chinese people throw cigarette butts in the sea, thus killing fish. But researchers found a way of using these butts for the good of people - to protect steel pipes from rusting. ...

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