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Luke Dormehl

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While statistically rare, the lithium-ion batteries used in mobile devices have been known to burst into flames. Researchers from University of Michigan have been working... [Read More]
Scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a new super-insulating gel, created from beer waste, which could one day be used for building... [Read More]
Surveillance cameras and bag searches have become commonplace when it comes to security in public venues. But researchers may have found a different way to... [Read More]
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A London museum put part of a fatberg on display earlier this year and the putrid muck proved to be a surprise hit with visitors.... [Read More]
Nuix cybersecurity expert Josh Mitchell has demonstrated how it is possible to hack into and potentially manipulate footage from police body cams. The really scary... [Read More]
Researchers in Austria have developed a smart robotic charger that can automatically plug itself into any electric vehicle, no driver effort required whatsoever. What could... [Read More]
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Scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a way of keeping water as a liquid at temperatures far below freezing. Here's why that could help... [Read More]
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Thanks to the California Academy of Sciences, you can access more than 700 scientific specimens and artifacts from the world-class collection via the online 3D... [Read More]
Developed by engineers from Japan's University of Tokyo, Aerial Biped is a robot whose top half is comprised of a flying quadrotor UAV that's rooted... [Read More]
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Engineering students from the University of California, Davis, recently built a robot whose sole personality in life is to tie shoelaces. It cost them under... [Read More]
The dream of building a practical quantum computer could be closer than ever, thanks to a $15 million grant from the National Science Foundation to... [Read More]
Art Machine is a stunning work of kinetic art that looks like a continuously swirling galaxy or turbulent weather formation viewed through a ship's porthole.... [Read More]
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Miss having a physical keyboard when you're out and about? Wish you could have a mobile display bigger than your smartphone can offer? Masterkey 4.0... [Read More]
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a computer system that's able to synthesize realistic sounds for 3D animation, based entirely on its knowledge about the... [Read More]
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According to one study, 47 percent of current jobs in the United States could be automated within the next two decades. Here are 10 examples... [Read More]
Engineers at the U.K.'s University of Central Lancashire have unveiled Juno, the world's first graphene-skinned airplane, at an international air show. Here's why it is... [Read More]
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Researchers at Utah State University have been awarded a U.S. Navy contract to create synthetic weaponized slime, which could be used to fire at enemy... [Read More]
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For the first time, scientists at Stanford University have been able to observe the speed at which death spreads across a cell once the self-destruct... [Read More]
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Spam emails might seem like an outdated way to spread malware, but in 2018 they are proving to be the most effective attack vector thanks... [Read More]
On August 11, a NASA probe will enter the atmosphere of the Sun, and make the first in-situ measurements to uncover crucial details about the... [Read More]
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