Personalized DNA Test Kits to Hit the Stores Soon
[13 May, 2010] comments (0)
Recently the biotech company Pathway Genomics announced that it will soon start selling personalized DNA tests. These tests will help people identify various diseases. ...
Latest Invention: Paper Solar Cells from MIT Researchers
[06 May, 2010] comments (1)
The latest invention of MIT researchers is a thin film solar cell printed on paper. To be able to print solar cells on paper, scientists made use of a method that resembles a conventional inkjet printer. ...
Attractive Women Are Bad for a Man's Heart
[05 May, 2010] comments (3)
It is worth mentioning that our body generates cortisol under physical or psychological stress. Researchers discovered that the hormone is linked to heart disease. ...
Latest Invention: Flexible Fabric With Built-In Solar Panels
[03 May, 2010] comments (2)
One of the world's leading manufacturers of integrated solar structures, FTL Solar, recently unveiled its latest invention - a lightweight tensile fabric with built-in solar panels. ...
Japan to Create Mind-Reading Devices Within a Decade
[26 Apr, 2010] comments (6)
It was announced that Japan looks forward to create mind-reading robots and consumer electronics that people will be able to control using their power of mind. ...
Dreams Can Improve Memory and Learning, Researchers Say
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According to researchers, people, who learn a new task, then take a nap and have a dream, are more likely to perform their task much better compared to those who do not sleep and dream. ...
Brain Training Games Do Not Increase Brain Power, Scientists Say
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According to a research carried out by British scientists, brain training games do not increase overall brain power. ...
Latest Invention: Tough, Flexible T-Shirt that Could Replace Body Armor
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Scientists from University of South Carolina developed a t-shirt tough enough to deflect bullets. ...
Latest Invention: Artificial Leaf - a Cheap Way of Creating Hydrogen
[29 Mar, 2010] comments (1)
Scientists from Shanghai Jiaotong University in Shanghai are currently working on an artificial leaf that in the near future could be used as an inexpensive method of obtaining hydrogen from sunlight and water. ...
Latest Invention: Elastic Iron Alloy from Japanese Researchers
[24 Mar, 2010] comments (1)
A group of scientists from Tohoku University managed to create an iron alloy that can stretch like rubber and show great elastic memory (returns to its initial shape). ...
Latest Invention: DNA Suit - Powerful Weapon Against Counterfeiting
[18 Mar, 2010] comments (1)
A company based in Slaithwaite, a village within the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, in West Yorkshire, England, came up with, what it claims to be the world's first DNA suit. ...
New-Gen Contact Lens Brings Augmented Reality Into Your Eye
[18 Mar, 2010] comments (3)
Augmented reality is becoming more popular and is continuously being implemented in a variety of applications. ...
Japan Presents World's First Solar-Powered Space Yacht
[17 Mar, 2010] comments (0)
The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has recently presented a prototype of the first solar-powered sail spacecraft in the world. ...
Latest Invention: Windows that Produce Electricity from Sunlight
[16 Mar, 2010] comments (3)
Peer+, a Dutch firm, has presented Smart Energy Glasses for windows. The invention makes uses of the company's new BIPV technology, which allows glasses to produce renewable energy. ...
Latest Invention: Device that Uses Micro Needles to Delivers Drugs Painlessly
[05 Mar, 2010] comments (1)
Kanji Takada, a Professor from the Kyoto Pharmaceutical University recently presented his latest invention that could deliver different vaccines and drugs without the patient having to feel the pain of invasion. ...

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