Scientists Claim to Have Invented The World’s First Quantum-Proof Blockchain
Auto-driving trucks on Japanese roads in 3 years time.
This is an original fire extinguisher, it’s design was to be throw as a grenade into a fire.
China taps 3D printing consumer market.
Will artificial companions be our best friend in the future?
Products made from recycled tea leaves.
Japan to use facial recognition system at 2020 Tokyo Olympics
The U.S. Unveils Its Police For Self-Driving Cars
Finally an equation that explains how quantum chaos behaves
Osaka university partners with firms to sell goods made with discarded tuna skin
Lily Camera is the drone that will follow and video you
A state-of-the-art portable inkjet printer which takes product marking and coding to another level.
Samsung Group to expand presence in AI, blockchain-based logistics biz
Japan plays catch up with world leader China in green bonds
100 Unknown Volcanoes Have Been Found Hidden Under Antarctica
Green Building Done It Right
Toyota unveils Prius hybrid with 10% greater fuel efficiency.
Four South Korean designers came up with a new concept for a lawn mower.
Coming up next: A Health Tracker That Might Be Powered by Your Own Stomach Acid
UrbMat is a small-space garden solution that takes the guesswork out of growing your own herbs, vegetables, and flowers.
Scientists Have Created a Super-Thin Fabric That Harvests Energy From Our Movements
Tiny, artificial trees could form the next generation of windmills
Selfies save Casio’s digital camera business
The World’s Tropical Zone Is Expanding
According to a new study: Our brains’ learning is controlled by entropy
Clip-on blue-light-cut PC glasses
New graphene lens could help computers beam data at the speed of light
A new surgical robot that just outperformed human surgeons
New paper claims the Nobel committee got its neutrino physics wrong
The next-generation solar cells
Scientists have discovered that the forces controlling the behaviour of a black hole’s event horizon are also at play in superfluid helium
Paper-thin printed solar cells.
A “robot priest” coming up next?
The phone doctor that helps keeps your hands clean
Japanese team discovers way to determine country of origin for produce
The World’s First Tunnel for Ships
An iPhone made in America? Possible, but it will cost much more.
Scientists grow ‘person on a chip’: living human tissue on a miniature 3D structure
Mitsubishi Electric has developed an air quality sensor, which detects PM2.5 particles, pollens & dust.
Wind Power Generated 106% of Scotland’s Energy Needs
Red or blue pill? Two billionaires want to help break humanity out of our giant computer matrix.
NEC tests cashless payment services
Scientists Just Learned How to Lock Away Carbon a Whole Lot Faster