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Clay: A new way to fight germs?
Clay: A new way to fight germs?
Increasingly, doctors are finding that antibiotic drugs are not killing the infections they were meant to target. But a ...
What is alexa traffic rank?
What is alexa traffic rank?
Alexa Internet, Inc. is a California-based subsidiary company of Amazon.com which provides commercial web traffic data...
Vanadium: New metal that can store power
Vanadium: New metal that can store power
The vanadium redox (and redox flow) battery is a type of rechargeable flow battery that employs vanadium ions in different oxidation...
A prototype sensor saves power by using transistors that never fully turn
A prototype sensor saves power by using transistors that never fully turn "on."
The promise of the Internet of things is, in a sense, passivity. Our homes and offices will monitor us, and respond...
Adaptive Material Could Cut the Cost of Solar in Half
Adaptive Material Could Cut the Cost of Solar in Half
A new material, combined with a cheap tracking system, could unleash the promise of concentrated solar power...
Mars Rover 2020 Will Have Lasers, X-Ray Vision...
Mars Rover 2020 Will Have Lasers, X-Ray Vision...
The future rover will be similar to Curiosity in its design. It will utilize the same vehicle framework and landing technique, and the missio...
Octopus that stayed with her eggs for over four years
Octopus that stayed with her eggs for over four years
In a unique discovery, scientists have found a female octopus which was observed brooding its eggs for four years in the deep sea...
Floating wind turbine doubles up the power and halve the energy costs
Floating wind turbine doubles up the power and halve the energy costs
This floating wind turbine will soon be generating 30kW of wind power from an altitude of 300 metres...
Ex-Googlers Building Cloud Software That's Almost Impossible to Take Down.
Ex-Googlers Building Cloud Software That's Almost Impossible to Take Down.
Cockroaches are some of the most resilient creatures on earth. They can live for 45 minutes without air and over a month without food...
Some people love 'earthy' flavours in food don't know why?
Some people love 'earthy' flavours in food don't know why?
Do they, deep down, just want to eat dirt - indeed certain people do crave soil - or is there something more subtle going on?...
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