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Girls Power: Teenage girls have built Africa’s first-ever private satellite
Researchers find genes in algae that could stop coral bleaching
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Origami reshapes structural engineering
The Precision LED Pain Reliever.
Japanese researcher shows future of EVs with new wireless technology
France to pave roads with solar panels
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Futuristic frontier cities become less far-fetched.
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Nissan’s new Leaf EV has automatic parking system
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Passcode locked USB stick.
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This new pen digitises your notebooks as you write in them
The World’s Poorest Countries Pledge to Generate Energy With 100% Renewables
Scientists Say: The Great Barrier Reef Can No Longer Be Saved by Current Efforts.
China Extracted Gas From ‘Flammable Ice’: An untapped energy source.
The typhoon turbine that could power Japan for 50 years
Batteries that keep you in charge
Tomatoes, peas, plus 8 other crops have been grown in Mars-equivalent soil
The Solar Roof from Tesla
Africa could generate enough natural energy for the entire world.
MIT Physicists Have Found a Brand New Way to Unleash Graphene’s Superconductive Power
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New smartphone batteries lasting twice as long will hit the market in 2017
Fusion Energy on Grid by 2030, Says MIT Scientist
The First Face-Tracking Virtual Reality Headset
World’s First 3D Printing Restaurant
Surgeons Want Robot Assistance – if They Know It Will Help Cut Down Their Human Errors
Fontus is a self-filling water bottle for your bicycle.
Retro video game fans flock to Tokyo.
Vertical wind turbine. It works from any direction.
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Toyota new car: Setsuna is made entirely of wood
Endangered African rhinos are being relocated to Australia for protection against poachers.
This Colour-Changing Tattoo Ink Can Monitor Your Health in Real Time
Scientists Want to Send These Shape-Shifting “4D” Objects Into Space
Scientists May Have Found A Way To Unlock Spinal Regeneration in Humans
The US Navy is engineering hagfish slime for ballistics protection, firefighting, anti-fouling, diver protection, and anti-shark spray.