A headband fitted with “ultrasonic whiskers” to prevent blind people from banging their head on low beams and branches has been developed by robot engineers. The device, which has been built by researchers
We know our cities are getting crowded, but exactly how much? Find out how urban living will change over the next few decades in our infographic. The cities of the future are going to be crowded places.
ancient-code.com - Ancient Code was founded in 2012 by author and researcher Ivan Petricevic. Thre website is based on the Ancient Astronaut Theory, but it also offers its readers a vast collection of articles about History, Mythology, Lost Civilizations, etc.
By: Leslie Mullen, Astrobiology Magazine Published: 05/25/2013 09:25 AM EDT on SPACE.com A Comparative Climatology Symposium held at NASA Headquarters on May 7 focused on new approaches to climate research
An ambitious firm has revealed their plans for a new type of personal air transport vehicle that takes off and lands like a helicopter. Will the idea fly? I received an email this week from a researcher
Remote-controlled, dissolvable electronic implants have been created that could help attack microbes, provide pain relief and stimulate bone growth. The spread of bacteria resistant to antibiotics – popularly
We’re at the dawn of the tablet era now. Earlier this month, Apple sold 3 million of its new iPad during the opening weekend, with some analysts expecting over 60 million of the tablets to be sold worldwide.
More than half the world’s population are concentrated in urban areas, and this is having an effect not just culturally, but biologically too. And advances in technology are adding an entirely new dimension
Nasa's Ladee mission is part of a resurgence of interest in the Moon and it is all down to the fact that we barely understand our cosmic neighbour. You would be forgiven for thinking that America lost
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