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For the first time, researchers have mapped the inside of a pyramid using cosmic rays
For the first time, researchers have mapped the inside of a pyramid using cosmic rays
Toshiba to develop machine for cutting-edge cancer therapy
Toshiba to develop machine for cutting-edge cancer therapy
The world’s largest air purifier sucks in smog and turns it into jewellery
The world’s largest air purifier sucks in smog and turns it into jewellery
Scientists just discovered we’ve been looking at cancer growth all wrong
Scientists just discovered we’ve been looking at cancer growth all wrong
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New portable microwave oven
New portable microwave oven
Artificial intelligence just owned some of the world’s best poker players
Artificial intelligence just owned some of the world’s best poker players
There might be a way to unlock our forgotten childhood memories
There might be a way to unlock our forgotten childhood memories
Japan getting ready to mine ‘burning ice’ energy
Japan getting ready to mine ‘burning ice’ energy
South Korean cloning facility promises to bring back your dead dog
South Korean cloning facility promises to bring back your dead dog
Scientists have pushed water molecules into a whole new state of matter
Scientists have pushed water molecules into a whole new state of matter
Did you know spinning solar cells generate 20 times more electricity than flat photovoltaics?
Did you know spinning solar cells generate 20 times more electricity than flat photovoltaics?
Scientists are developing the world’s biggest wind turbine – more than two football  ...
Scientists are developing the world’s biggest wind turbine – more than two football fields and taller than the Empire State Building.
The UVA Concept Car
The UVA Concept Car
The U.S. Unveils Its Police For Self-Driving Cars
The U.S. Unveils Its Police For Self-Driving Cars
SKT, Ericsson push for faster wireless technology in South Korea.
SKT, Ericsson push for faster wireless technology in South Korea.
Stanford University scientists restore sight in blind mice using only exercise and gene therapy
Stanford University scientists restore sight in blind mice using only exercise and gene therapy
New Material May Help Us To Breathe Underwater and Improve Fuel Cells
New Material May Help Us To Breathe Underwater and Improve Fuel Cells
South Korea releases a foldable drone
South Korea releases a foldable drone
New iPhone pre-orders booming in China.
New iPhone pre-orders booming in China.
Agility key to survival in ‘smart world’
Agility key to survival in ‘smart world’
Here is why we should all be covering our buildings with plants
Here is why we should all be covering our buildings with plants
Honda and Softbank partnering in robots
Honda and Softbank partnering in robots
Japan’s parts makers play big role in new iPhones 6S
Japan’s parts makers play big role in new iPhones 6S
Lightweight rotor blades made from plastic foams for offshore wind turbines
Lightweight rotor blades made from plastic foams for offshore wind turbines
The jacuzzi of despair: Scientists have found a lake under the sea, those who swim there die.
The jacuzzi of despair: Scientists have found a lake under the sea, those who swim there die.
Here’s how space affects men and women differently
Here’s how space affects men and women differently
The Solo Theater
The Solo Theater
The Sliver-Touch fridge
The Sliver-Touch fridge
Tokyo Olympic chiefs call on public to recycle smartphones to make medals
Tokyo Olympic chiefs call on public to recycle smartphones to make medals
Finland plans on being the first country in the world to phase out coal by 2030
Finland plans on being the first country in the world to phase out coal by 2030
Memory loss from Alzheimer’s disease can be reversed, small trials shows.
Memory loss from Alzheimer’s disease can be reversed, small trials shows.
Growing plants on polymer film cuts water and fertilizer use
Growing plants on polymer film cuts water and fertilizer use
Beat the heat with clip-on armpit fan.
Beat the heat with clip-on armpit fan.
Samsung mass-produces 10-nano 8GB mobile DRAMs
Samsung mass-produces 10-nano 8GB mobile DRAMs
Kyocera develops power storage system using industry’s smallest Li-ion battery
Kyocera develops power storage system using industry’s smallest Li-ion battery
Edward Snowden is developing a device that can prevent radio-snitching for your iPhone.
Edward Snowden is developing a device that can prevent radio-snitching for your iPhone.
Cloaking in an inexpensive way
Cloaking in an inexpensive way
Tomorrow’s delivery.
Tomorrow’s delivery.
Service lets you order duplicate keys by taking a photo
Service lets you order duplicate keys by taking a photo
Google is making its AI binge-read thousands of romance novels to get a little warmer
Google is making its AI binge-read thousands of romance novels to get a little warmer
This flower has been perfectly preserved in amber for 15 million years
This flower has been perfectly preserved in amber for 15 million years
Revolutionary Lamp That Runs on Saltwater
Revolutionary Lamp That Runs on Saltwater
Rogue Cosmic Rays From Outer Space Are Causing Havoc With Our Smartphones
Rogue Cosmic Rays From Outer Space Are Causing Havoc With Our Smartphones
Russia is working around the clock to develop its own version of the Hyperloop
Russia is working around the clock to develop its own version of the Hyperloop
Save the Beach, Sieve the Beach
Save the Beach, Sieve the Beach
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The Touchscreen Desk
The Touchscreen Desk
The Propagate Tower
The Propagate Tower
Advanced tools give closer look at quake dangers
Advanced tools give closer look at quake dangers
Wireless earbuds that let you control which outside sounds to block.
Wireless earbuds that let you control which outside sounds to block.
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How do you keep an asparagus fresh and crisp in the refrigerator for seven days? You put it to s ...
How do you keep an asparagus fresh and crisp in the refrigerator for seven days? You put it to sleep.

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