What do typhoons, snow and human footsteps have in common?
Scientists soar to 2nd most popular job among Japanese boys
German Scientists Created a Substance that Transforms Infrared into Visible Light
The Next Pharmaceutical Revolution? 3D Bioprint.
Hitachi to step up Hawaii smart-grid experiments
Samsung mass-produces 14-nano processors for budget models
People who work remotely are happier and more productive, study finds
Earth has two moons, says NASA
Cars without side-view mirrors to hit road soon
USBCELL MXAA02 AA Rechargeable Battery
Brain scans on Mormons show religion has a similar effect to taking drugs
The Gemasolar thermosolar plant in Spain.
Robo-burger restaurant to open in the U.S
Floating & self-sufficient airports coming up next.
5 Futuristic Technologies Set to Change Our Lives Pretty Soon
Is This What Quantum Mechanics Looks Like?
Kyocera Launching 2nd-Gen Hand Soap-Washable Smartphone
Amazon Rainforest Has Just Been Saved From Mining Operations
Green Building Done It Right
The next-generation of rollable touch screen.
‘Flying car’ makes test flight
A German city just became the first in the world to ban single-use coffee pods
Japanese company develops self-smell-checking device
How you should be charging your phone, according to science.
China joins US as top influencer in science
Samsung SDS launches AI-based big data analytics tool
China attracts leading 48% of AI startup funding in 2017
The high-tech desert tomato
Earphones enable you to check your physical condition while listening to music
Robots are taking on new roles in society
LSIS is moving to expand into Southeast Asia, focusing on a “microgrid system” that the company believes is suitable for island nations such as Indonesia.
Robotic suit, iPS therapy to be tried in spinal cord rehab
Scientists in the UK have developed a new kind of fuel cell capable of turning urine into electricity.
Computer overheating? Japanese Twitter user suggests using coins to cool it off
A new type of male contraceptive changes everything: It prevents babies & It’s completely reversible
Japanese nano-film coating keeps motorcycles shiny
Singapore banks to allow cellphone numbers for transfers
Japanese scientists invent floating ‘firefly’ light
Chinese scientists have discovered a “super material” that is as light as a balloon yet strong as metal.
In Kenya, Using Plastic Bags Can Now Send You to Jail or Cost a $40,000 Fine
The “Niigata Tobu Solar Power Plant”
Morocco’s Gigantic Solar Farm Could Be Powering Europe Next
Cyble is an interactive bicycle rack that focuses on spatial savings to secure bikes in public spaces.
By 2021 more than 17,000 airliners are expected to be fitted with inflight internet facilities
New Zinc-Manganese Power Units, affordable as a traditional car battery.
New Artificial Retina Implant That Could Restore Vision to Millions
Coconut Oil Benefits Broken Down by Science