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  1. Oxford study explores links between personality and the gut microbiome

    Is there a link between personality traits and gut microbiome composition? While new research does not claim gut bacteria determines a personality, it does reveal a bi-directional association between...
  2. NASA selects first habitable commercial module for the ISS

    NASA has announced Axiom Space will provide the first part of what will eventually become the "Axiom Segment" of the ISS, consisting of a node module, a research and manufacturing facility, crew...
  3. Japan is building a 60-foot-tall, walking Gundam robot

    The port of Yokohama will play host to a colossal, walking Gundam robot for a year starting this October. With 24 degrees of motion, it'll be the most advanced full-sized Gundam ever built, and the...
  4. Stainless steel may not be the best choice for storing nuclear waste

    A new study suggests that stainless steel may not be the best choice for containing high-level nuclear waste. By simulating long-term storage conditions, it was found that the storage materials...
  5. Albatross kitted out with radar detectors spy on illegal fishing boats

    New research has shown how the tendencies of albatross to trail fishing vessels could be leveraged to aid in conservation efforts, with scientists equipping the birds with tracking devices that can...
  6. Iron nanowires serve up deadly triple threat to cancer

    Scientists are coming up with some creative new methods to fight cancer. Now, a new study has found that iron nanowires could deliver a three-pronged attack against cancer cells, using heat,...
  7. New toxic byproducts found in chlorinated water

    Adding chlorine is a common method of disinfecting drinking water, but just how safe is it? Johns Hopkins scientists have found evidence that reactions between chlorine and natural compounds in water...
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    Boost Gives Your Surfboard Speeds Up to 11mph

    The Boost Electric Surf Fin gives your surfboard 20 pounds of turbocharged motor thrust with speeds of up to 11 mph.

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  9. DoubleTake app records from multiple iPhone cameras at once

    Phone makers continue to cram better lenses and more cameras into their phones, and now app developers are catching up: a new app called DoubleTake from Filmic lets you record from multiple cameras...
  10. Body-on-Chip system mimics the behavior of 10 connected organs

    Scientists have pieced together 10 devices that mimic the functions of different organs to create a functioning Body-on-Chips platform, which can offer new and comprehensive insights into how...
  11. Artificial pancreas uses oxygen tank to better-produce insulin

    People living with Type 1 diabetes are faced with some daily hassles, such as finger-prick blood tests and insulin injections. An Israeli biomedical firm is now stating that such tasks may soon no...
  12. CSC Motorcycles breaks into e-bike scene with fat-tired FT750

    California's CSC Motorcycles – the firm behind the short range but inexpensive City Slicker electric motorcycle – has now entered the e-bike market with the FT750. The fat-tired pedal-electric comes...
  13. Nanoparticle helps eat away deadly arterial plaque

    Atherosclerotic plaque-deposits on the inner walls of arteries are a frequent cause of heart attacks and strokes. A newly-developed nanoparticle could help minimize those deposits, as it prompts the...
  14. Camp-Line's connected camper van is an ultramodern lounge on wheels

    Camp-Line jumped onto the conversion scene in 2017, determined to optimize the RV around the whims of today's youthful connected traveler. Its all-new "Lounge" flagship van relies on neutral colors...
  15. Cheap, common drug may improve autism symptoms in children

    A novel clinical trial from an international team of researchers has found a cheap, generic drug may effectively moderate the severity of symptoms associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in...
  16. British architects build a low-carbon home using hemp

    Practice Architecture has built a family residence using prefabricated panels made with hemp. The result is a sustainable three bedroom home dubbed Flat House, which boasts a flat-pack design using...
  17. International photography contest exposes stunning architecture

    Each year, the UK's Chartered Institute of Building holds a competition highlighting the best digital photography of the built environment. Photographers from around the world entered this year and...
  18. Zaha Hadid Architects' Oppo HQ comprises four interconnected towers

    Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has been commissioned to design a new headquarters for Chinese smartphone maker Oppo that consists of four towers that are joined together. The project is due to begin...
  19. CRISPR gene-editing corrects muscular dystrophy in pigs

    Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is one of the most common and most devastating muscular diseases. Now researchers have managed to use the CRISPR gene-editing tool to correct the condition in pigs,...
  20. ChemStor Takes the Guesswork out of Mixing Chemicals

    This new open source app will create an chemical interaction graph that lets users know if it is safe to mix certain chemicals together.

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  21. Ikea finally launches Frekvens modular light and sound collection

    More than two years ago, Ikea announced a collaboration with Sweden's teenage engineering to develop a range of lighting and speaker modules. The limited edition Frekvens collection will now go on...
  22. Feher's air-conditioned baseball cap is one for the hot heads

    The man behind the Feher ACH-1 air-conditioned motorcycle helmet, as well as luxury cooling car seats, has gone a step further and built an air conditioned baseball cap designed to keep your noggin...
  23. Eat Better Even On Your Busiest Days with Daily Harvest

    Daily Harvest understands the struggle behind trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle in the midst of a chaotic schedule, and it’s solving that dilemma by making healthy food not only convenient, but...
  24. Psychedelic therapy benefits persist five years after treatment

    A new study is offering the first long-term insights into the efficacy of a single dose of psilocybin, in conjunction with psychotherapy, in treating depression and anxiety in patients with...
  25. Study suggests Parkinson's present from birth and may be preventable

    New research suggests Parkinson's may be present in the brain right from birth, as malfunctioning neurons are always there. Thankfully, a drug that’s already on the market could help prevent the...
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