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Eco Friendly December 6, 2018 posted by

nergy House – this house inside of a lab answers some energy questions

Heating our homes is a big deal. It’s where we use a lot of energy because no one likes to be cold. Since you can’t just move into a new, energy efficient home, we’ve got to figure out how to get the most from what we do have. Which is why scientists in the UK built a whole house in a lab called Energy House.


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nergy House – this house inside of a lab answers some energy questions
Science June 6, 2018 posted by

SigNature – tag so you know where everything is coming from

How do you really know if what you’re buying is authentic? How do you know if all the materials came from where the manufacturer says they came from? How does the manufacturer know they people they buy from are telling the truth? With SigNature Molecular Tags, anything can be tracked so people know for certain.


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SigNature – tag so you know where everything is coming from
future tech April 12, 2018 posted by

Glucose Monitoring Patch – diabetics could so bye bye prick and hello patch

Diabetes used to be a death sentence but we’ve made great strides in medicine allowing people with this chronic illness to live long, fulfilling lives. That being said, the finger prick blood test is still painful and annoying. Scientists from the University of Bath may have found a painless solution, with a patch.


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Glucose Monitoring Patch – diabetics could so bye bye prick and hello patch
Gadgets February 20, 2018 posted by

Robobees – these hairy drones can pollinate flowers

We’ve talked about the bees before (save them) and the serious problems that they’re facing. This is a problem for us because they pollinate a lot of the fruits and vegetables we eat. While we’re battling the issues that are killing them. But there’s been a new idea for a stop gap solution: Robobees made from off the shelf drones.


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Robobees – these hairy drones can pollinate flowers
Awesome January 11, 2018 posted by

Ringing in your ears? – there may be a cure for tinnitus on the horizon

Tinnitus is awful. The constant ringing of the ears is really enough to drive you mad and as of late, there haven’t really been great solutions for solving this terrible problem. New research thinks it may have found the answer in a two-part process published in the Science Translational Medicine journal.


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Ringing in your ears? – there may be a cure for tinnitus on the horizon
Bookmark This! November 13, 2017 posted by

Soothing Pet Videos – calm your cats and dog during holiday cheer with these videos

Dogs and cats get stressed. I know that sounds ridiculous to say, after all, what do they do but lay around getting fed and petted all day? But it’s true, they get a little stressed out, especially by fireworks. If you’ve got a stressed pupper or kitteh, soothe them with the musical sound of David Tennant’s voice with these videos.


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Soothing Pet Videos – calm your cats and dog during holiday cheer with these videos
Eco Friendly June 20, 2017 posted by

Plastic From Sugar – new process may turn sugar based plastic into a reality

Plastic waste may not last as long as we originally thought it would but it still lingers in landfills and water supplies far longer than what is healthy for our little blue planet, well if we want to keep it blue that is. A new plastic made from sugar may help us have a cleaner tomorrow.


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Plastic From Sugar – new process may turn sugar based plastic into a reality
future tech June 12, 2017 posted by

No More Cracked Screens – new research finds better, stronger mobile screen material

How many of you are reading this with a phone that has a screen covered in cracks? Of better yet, how many of you have a phone covered in cracks in general? It’s a common feature in modern life but it may become a relic of the past. Researchers have a lead on making a stronger, better screen for everyone.


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No More Cracked Screens – new research finds better, stronger mobile screen material
Science May 11, 2017 posted by

Astrophysics For People In A Hurry – learn some science between bus stops

Science is a big deal in today’s world, even the type of science that doesn’t necessarily touch our everyday lives in noticeable ways. It used to be that things like astrophysics were only for astrophysicists but now, everyone wants to get into it. If you’re looking for a quick way to expand your knowledge on this topic, check out Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson.


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Astrophysics For People In A Hurry – learn some science between bus stops
future tech April 27, 2017 posted by

Lilium Jet – takes off like a helicopter, flies like a plane

Flight is awesome but planes need a lot of space to get off the ground, that’s what makes helicopters so handy for areas where there isn’t a landing strip. What if you could combine the gracefulness of planes with the compact usefulness of a helicopter? That is the Lilium Jet, the plane with vertical takeoff and landing.


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Lilium Jet – takes off like a helicopter, flies like a plane