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  1. Augmented-reality contact lens is making its way toward production

    Although augmented reality (AR) glasses are potentially very useful, they can also be awkward to wear and kind of funny-looking. California-based startup Mojo Vision is developing a sleeker,...
  2. Transparent Material Conducts and Insulates Heat

    A transparent material able to both conduct and insulate heat could find its way into high-performance LEDs.

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    Lab-grown snake organs produce actual venom

    Although snake venom generally has a nasty effect on people, it's also used in the production of antivenoms and other medications. It could soon be much easier to acquire, as scientists have grown...
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    Tiny Glamos Creates Virtual Touchscreens

    The pocket-sized Glamos device from CoreDar relies on LIDAR to create a large, virtual touchscreen in just seconds.

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  5. Floating sustainable office planned for Rotterdam

    We recently reported on a planned timber skyscraper in Rotterdam and now another impressive sustainable project is coming to the city too. Due to begin construction soon, Floating Office Rotterdam is...
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    Doomsday Clock creeps ever closer to midnight

    Every year, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists updates the status of its Doomsday Clock. The closer to midnight that the minute hand moves, the bigger the threat of catastrophe. And the 2020 clock...
  7. Fujifilm makes latest X Series mirrorless camera faster and lighter

    Fujifilm has announced the successor to 2018's retro-stylish X-T100 mirrorless camera. The X-T200 weighs less than its predecessor, has a noticeable grip for improved comfort in the hand, can record...
  8. Scientists reconstruct the eerie "voice" of ancient mummy

    Scientists have recreated the “voice” of a 3,000 year-old mummy by scanning the shape of his vocal tract, 3D printing a replica of it, then hooking it up to an electronic larynx. The resulting sound...
  9. Pain relief breakthrough using neurons derived human stem cells

    Scientists in Australia are reporting an exciting breakthrough in the realm of pain-relief, demonstrating the viability of a new type of pain-blocking neuron derived from human stem cells for the...
  10. Unimog U 5023 sets a new world altitude record for wheeled vehicles

    Mercedes-Benz's squat little Unimog trucks have proven their expeditionary prowess yet again with the announcement that a U 5023 truck has set a new altitude record for wheeled vehicles, reaching...
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    Swift Shield Folds Open to Stop Bullets

    The Swift Shield origami-inspired ballistics shield from ATCS can fold down for transport and storage and open to offer protection from bullets and other projectiles.

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  12. TDF-1: The ultimate track day car is a refurbished Formula 1 weapon

    Take one genuine ex-F1 chassis, fit it with a 600-hp, 9,000-rpm engine designed for reliability and low maintenance, add one set of custom Pirelli tires, and you can own a 600-kg track weapon capable...
  13. MIT and Harvard 3D print colorful masks using programmable microbes

    Researchers have incorporated living microbes into 3D printed objects. The resin material is embedded with chemical “instructions” that tell a layer of microbes to fluoresce in particular colors,...
  14. French Laundry’s former sommelier is curating an online wine shop

    Part curated online wine shop, part wine discovery hub, Wine Access only features bottles that have been hand-picked by their team of experts. You can buy single bottles or join their wine club and...
  15. Transparent material conducts and insulates heat at the same time

    Different materials can play different roles when it comes to trapping and dissipating heat. But could one material have it both ways? A new breakthrough suggests that it could, made by scientists...
  16. Robotic gripper uses acoustic levitation for contact-free manipulation

    Researchers at ETH Zürich have developed a robotic manipulator that can pick up and manipulate small objects without actually touching them. Using ultrasonic waves, the new manipulator could be used...
  17. Leonardo's Falco Xplorer drone makes maiden flight

    Leonardo's Falco Xplorer drone has completed its maiden flight. The largest Remotely-Piloted Air System (RPAS) built by the company, the Falco Xplorer S/N0001 spent 60 minutes flying over the Gulf of...
  18. Anti-inflammatory drugs slow healing, if taken at wrong time of day

    Some studies suggest anti-inflammatory drugs can slow wound healing and bone repair. New research reveals our natural circadian clocks play a major role in healing, and anti-inflammatory drugs may be...
  19. Novel protein suggested as core of Alzheimer’s amyloid plaques

    A study is suggesting a previously unknown protein may play a role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s. The study claims this protein facilitates the formation of the amyloid plaques thought to cause...
  20. Unexpected new component discovered circulating in bloodstream

    Researchers have discovered a new component in blood that has never been detected there before. Mitochondria are normally found inside cells, but the team has now discovered them floating around on...
  21. La Strada goes beyond the van with plus-sized monocoque camper van

    This month, La Strada premiered the new flagship of its Sprinter fleet, the Nova EB. Above and beyond a simple van conversion, the Nova is a Class B+ motorhome with a single hunk of weatherproof...
  22. Biodegradable tube excels at treatment of nerve injuries

    When someone has suffered a major nerve injury, there are two common treatments: a nerve graft, or a conduit to guide the regrowth of the nerve. While both approaches have their drawbacks, a new...
  23. Cool coating allows hot electronics to let off some steam

    Although nobody wants a hot smartphone, there's no way that that things could ever incorporate tiny cooling fans. Some day, though, they may stay frosty through the use of a material that absorbs and...
  24. Fingerprint-dating tech could thwart lying criminals

    Finding a person's fingerprints at a crime scene isn't always enough to convict them, as they can claim that those prints were left before the crime took place. That may be about to change, as...
  25. AIA Architecture Awards celebrate best and brightest US-licensed firms

    The American Institute of Architects has revealed the winners of the 2020 Architecture Awards. Highlights include an impressive museum that doubles as a bridge, a library built on a railway track and...
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