NASA to Build Roomy Balloon-Like Space Habitats
[24 Feb, 2010] comments (0)
It is possible that in the near future astronauts will orbit planet Earth in spacious space balloons that will replace less roomy habitats used today. ...
Latest Invention: Latex Membranes that Makes Your Home Soundproof
[23 Feb, 2010] comments (3)
Now it is possible to soundproof your home from the noisy neighbors next-door by using the latest invention developed by a team of researchers led by Zhiyu Yang at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Kowloon. ...
Latest Invention: Carbon-Fiber Based Material that Can Replace Batteries
[17 Feb, 2010] comments (1)
Researchers from the Imperial College, London, are currently working on a project that can completely replace batteries. ...
Researchers Unveiled the Portrait of 4000-year-old Human
[11 Feb, 2010] comments (1)
A team of researchers from the University of Copenhagen managed to successfully finish the DNA analysis of human hair earlier discovered in Greenland's permafrost. ...
Babies Start Lying at the Age of Six Months
[10 Feb, 2010] comments (2)
Recently behavioral experts unveiled that children start lying at a much younger age than previously thought. According to the specialists, babies start lying at the age of six months. ...
Latest Invention: Spray-on Liquid Glass that Can Cover Any Surface
[08 Feb, 2010] comments (26)
Invented in Turkey and patented by Nanopool, a German company, the spray-on liquid glass might become one of the most useful inventions in the field of nanotechnology. ...
Latest Invention: Solar-Powered Circuit
[05 Feb, 2010] comments (11)
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania managed to create the world's first photovoltaic circuit that can generate electricity by harnessing solar energy. ...
Latest Invention: New Water-based Material that Can Replace Plastics
[01 Feb, 2010] comments (8)
Scientists at the University of Tokyo managed to create a brand new material that is composed of 98 percent water. ...
Chimpanzees Given Video Camera to Make a Movie
[26 Jan, 2010] comments (0)
BBC is going to broadcast a movie that was filmed entirely by chimpanzee. The film is part of a documentary project on natural history. ...
Radiation from Cell Phones Could Fight Alzheimer's, at Least in Mice
[14 Jan, 2010] comments (0)
According to a new study carried out by a group of researchers from University of South Florida, the radiation from cell phones can reverse Alzheimer's-like symptoms. ...
Researchers Create See-through Goldfish
[30 Dec, 2009] comments (1)
A group of researchers from Japan managed to create a transparent goldfish that would represent an alternative to classroom dissections, which raise controversies, especially among those who fight for animal rights. ...
Latest Invention: Solar-powered Device that Generates Energy for Electronic Contact Lenses
[29 Dec, 2009] comments (3)
Researchers from Stanford managed to discover that the light that enters our eyes and helps us see can be also used to generate power for electronics implanted into eyes and electronic contact lenses. ...
Latest Invention: 3D Bio-printer that Can Fabricate Human Tissue and Organs
[23 Dec, 2009] comments (11)
Australian engineers from Invetech, a company with headquarters in Melbourne, and Organovo, a firm based in San Diego, California, developed a 3D bio-printer that can prove to be very useful in creating organs for those who need them. ...
List of 10 Most Important Discoveries of 2009 Topped by the Finding of Ardi
[18 Dec, 2009] comments (0)
According to Science journal, a prestigious magazine of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the most important breakthrough in 2009 was the discovery of Ardi. ...
First Solar-Powered Telescope that Scans for Dangerous Space Objects
[15 Dec, 2009] comments (0)
Recently NASA managed to launch a solar-powered infrared telescope called WISE, which stands for Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. The goal of the telescope is to spot asteroids and comets that could collide with Earth. ...

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