The air that's around us is, in the big scheme of things, rather important to us humans. As we're constantly breathing this air in and out, if it's of a consistency poor quality it can ...
Fri 29 May 15 from Gizmag
Never enlist your friends or colleagues to be living, breathing crash test dummies
Wed 27 May 15 from IEEE Spectrum
Revealed at this year's Geneva Motor Show, the Audi R8 e-tron is already a technological tour de force. Its combination of battery-powered range and speed is equalled only by the Tesla ...
10 hours ago from Gizmag
As if Elon Musk's Hyperloop project wasn't attractive enough, it just got even hotter - Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of the company running the project announced that the super-fast transportation might ...
Fri 29 May 15 from ZME Science
Are you ready to snikt a pair of claws all your own? MyoWare wants to help turn you into the next Wolverine, but instead of terrifying military surgical procedures, all you have to […]
Thu 28 May 15 from Geek.com
It's only a centimeter long, it's placed under your skin, it's powered by a patch on the surface of your skin and it communicates with your mobile phone. The new biosensor chip developed at ...
Tue 26 May 15 from Phys.org
Great Britain Cycling Team's BMX squad is being given access to a technology developed by defence firm BAE Systems to aid its Olympics training.
Wed 27 May 15 from BBC Technology
(Medical Xpress)—British Columbia optometrist, inventor and CEO of Ocumetics Technology Corp, Dr Garth Webb is claiming in meetings with the press that his new Ocumetics Bionic Lens is set to ...
Mon 25 May 15 from Medical Xpress
By now many of you guys have probably heard of the recent Amtrak crash in which a train jumped its tracks on a corner where the speed limit was 50mph. However according to the investigation, ...
Wed 27 May 15 from Ubergizmo
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