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VIDEO: How does the Ricoh Theta work?

• Ricoh Theta has a twin-lens system that takes photos around, above and below the device at the press of a button<br>• It weighs 95g, can be held in the …

This watch puts beautifully rotating planets on your wrist

You can now have that solar system diorama you made in school on your wrist in the form of a watch. Van Cleef & Arpel have debuted a gorgeous new astronomical watch, the 44mm Midnight Planétarium, at Geneva's annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie. The watch shows both numerical time and …

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Slow Dance – A Frame that Slows Down Time

<i>Slow Dance makes things move in ways you never thought possible. For all those who love mystery, beauty, and wonder.</i>Created by Jeff LiebermanSlow …

Freedrum - The Drumkit That Fits in Your Pocket

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Website<p>Freedrum is a virtual drumkit that fits in your pocket. We want to bring the drumming experience from …

Android Audio Latency In-Depth: It's Getting Better, Especially With The Nexus 5X And 6P

Article Contents<p>Audio latency is defined as the time delay that a signal experiences as it passes through a system. On a mobile device, this is …

Music Production

Why Tooth Banking Might Just Be The Next Wave In Stem Cell Research

<i>Uproxx knows that science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines are driving the future of this planet forward. Every day, we see new ideas, fresh innovations, and bold trailblazers in these fields. Follow us this month as we highlight how STEM is shaping the culture of …

Scientists discover enzyme that supports brain tumor growth

Researchers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston have discovered that an enzyme helps brain tumors to grow. This finding …

Cancer Cells

Scientists Have Identified 40 New Genes Linked to Intelligence

Finding the source of human intelligence.<p>Scientists have discovered 40 new genes that appear to be linked to intelligence, and the find could help …

Genetics

Painless cancer detection could become routine thanks to 'liquid biopsies'

Biopsies are seen as the best way of detecting the illness – but they have traditionally often required invasive techniques<p>Researchers are developing tests that could make cancer detection so painless that it becomes part of routine check-ups, experts said, as new developments in such “liquid …

AI can predict if you'll die soon by examining your organs

The algorithms predicted patient mortality 69 percent of the time.<p>When not stealing blue collar jobs, robots are becoming Dr. House, diagnosing maladies like breast and skin cancer with aplomb. Scientists at the University of Adelaide have pushed it to a morbid new level, however, with an AI system …

This Genetically-Modified Cyborg Dragonfly Is the Tiniest Drone

Scientists have altered a living dragonfly so they can control its movements.<p>As drone technology advances, one of the biggest challenges is shrinking down the flying robots. The smaller drones are, the better they will be for purposes both practical (fitting into cramped spaces) and devious …

Scientists just invented a new life-saving drug based on Komodo dragon blood

Komodos are tough. Really, really tough, both inside and out.<p>Their outside is covered in what’s basically a bony chainmail. But it’s what’s inside that might be what keeps Komodo dragons—and maybe one day humans—alive.<p>As you can see in the video above, scientists at George Mason University …

China Is About to Begin the World's First Clinical Trial With Embryonic Stem Cells

First Stem Cell Trials<p>Surgeons in Zhengzhou, China, will soon begin the first clinical trial of embryonic stem cells (ESCs) in the world as they open …

Antibiotics Surprisingly Ineffective on Pneumonia

People with pneumonia are failing treatment at an alarming rate, and doctors are in for a wake-up call.<p>Pneumonia is already the eighth leading cause …

Type 2 diabetes: New biopolymer injection may offer weeks of glucose control

Keeping blood glucose levels as close to normal as possible is important for people with type 2 diabetes, as it lowers the risk of serious …

Diabetes

Genetic link to insomnia proves it's not all in your head

We've all experienced sleepless nights when we have something on our minds, but new research has shown that insomnia isn't necessarily just about …

These light-eating bacteria could one day help us survive heart attacks

The bacteria ‘eat’ light to produce oxygen<p>Heart attacks occur when oxygen is blocked from getting to crucial heart muscles — but that might be something that can be helped with bacteria. By using bacteria that "eat" light to produce oxygen, researchers were able to provide extra oxygen to rats …

Light-activated bacteria protect rats from heart attacks

When a heart attack strikes, blood stops flowing to parts of the heart, starving the tissue of oxygen and killing cardiac cells. Scientists have long …

Researchers Are Using Viruses to Make Superbugs Commit Suicide

Such sweet irony.<p>The gene-editing technology called CRISPR has its origins as a bacterial immune system against viruses, a feature which could be …

Scientists have edited the DNA of human embryos using CRISPR – now we need to work out the ethics

With headlines referring to "groundbreaking" research and "designer babies," you might wonder what the scientists actually accomplished. This was a big step forward, but hardly unexpected. As this kind of work proceeds, it continues to raise questions about ethical issues and how we should we react.<p>…

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