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  1. VISTASEAL Fibrin Sealant Stops Surgical Bleeds

    The VISTASEAL Fibrin Sealant from Ethicon can be delivered quickly to control unexpected surgical bleeds.

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    Tranparent Hydrogel Hardens When Heated

    A transparent hydrogel that hardens when heated could be used to create protective clothing or insulating windows.

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  3. Modular ski/surf bum camper van keeps van life thriving in winter

    The US may not have Europe's market of affordable, mass-produced camper vans, but it holds its own in off-grid vans custom-built around adventure sports. Many are focused on summer, but Titan offers...
  4. RightEye Tracks Vision to Diagnose Parkinson's

    The RightEye Vision eye-tracking test for Parkinson’s disease could lead to an earlier diagnosis—and earlier treatment.

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  5. Cellular eco-monitoring tech lets frogs "phone it in"

    Frog populations are a key indicator of an area's ecological health, and one of the best ways of gauging their levels involves estimating the number of frog vocalizations being made at one time. The...
  6. Qualcomm launches the Snapdragon 865 to power the flagships of 2020

    Qualcomm has unveiled its brand new flagship mobile chipset for 2020, the Snapdragon 865 – key upgrades cover 5G, camera performance, and display technologies like HDR and Dolby Vision.
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  7. Signature curves define Zaha Hadid-designed arts center

    Those familiar with Zaha Hadid Architects' body of work should have no trouble recognizing its late founder's signature style in the Changsha Meixihu International Culture & Arts Centre. Conceived...
  8. BolaWrap offers police a new non-lethal method of subduing suspects

    Although Tasers are an effective alternative to the use of lethal force by police officers, getting shot by one is still quite a painful experience. That's where the BolaWrap 100 comes in – when...
  9. Top 10 most innovative cycling products of 2019

    One of the great things about bicycles is the number of open-minded inventors they attract, who think, "Maybe it would work better if we did it this way …" The past year saw a bumper crop of the...
  10. Sono Motors launches crowdfunding push for Sion family EV production

    Germany's Sono Motors has given us a taste of what we can expect the production Sion to look like inside and out, and is now looking to future buyers to help raise €50 million to secure production...
  11. Study finds aging tends to shift gears as you turn 34, 60 and 78

    The blood-borne signs of aging – and indeed, perhaps the causes of agiing – make three big shifts around the ages of 34, 60 and 78, a new Stanford-led study has found, potentially leading to new...
  12. For stronger 3D-printed titanium alloys – just add copper?

    The 3D-printing of titanium-alloy objects does open up some intriguing possibilities. That said, the finished items aren't always as strong as they could be. New research suggests that adding copper...
  13. Genetically-engineered yeast produce beer that staves off staleness

    Nothing ruins a session like stale beer, but it’s a common problem. Now researchers from Jiangnan University have found a way to keep beer fresher for longer, by genetically engineering lager yeast...
  14. Smartphones, streaming & social media: Tech that shaped us in the 2010s

    A look at the three technologies that radically changed our world over the past 10 years – smartphones, streaming and social media – and where the next decade may lead us.

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  15. Dementia reversed in mice by healing leaky blood-brain barrier

    Two compelling new studies are building on a hypothesis suggesting age-related dementia is caused by a leaky blood-brain barrier. Experts suggest the studies are interesting but not particularly...
  16. Towable bunker is how Aussies do a "basic" adventure camper trailer

    Australians don't compromise when it comes to tough camper trailers. So if you're named "Australian Off Road," your "most basic model yet" includes a galvanized steel foundation, airy queen bedroom,...
  17. Early exposure to peanuts and eggs reduces risk of food allergies

    A comprehensive study from the UK has found that introducing children to certain foods at an early age is associated with a lower risk of developing allergies – and the correlation is clear even when...
  18. This $199 smart water monitor can be yours for $122 with a coupon code

    Faulty plumbing can mean hundreds of dollars down the drain (literally). The Flume Smart Home Water Monitor will alert you of leaks immediately, and you can buy one for your home for $122.10 by using...
  19. The world's only road- and FAA-registered flying car is up for sale

    As we speak, according to auction house Barrett Jackson, there is only one vehicle currently registered as a roadworthy car and an FAA-certified aeroplane, and it's about to go under the hammer in...
  20. Thermophile-inspired gel gets 1,800 times harder when heated

    Hokkaido University’s ongoing research into hydrogels has borne fresh fruit: a new polymer-based material that, unlike other polymers, hardens when heated – by 1,800 times.

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  21. Brainless single-celled organism seems capable of changing its mind

    New research from Harvard suggests some single-celled organisms may be capable of more complex decision-making than we give them credit for. In experiments, they were found to consult a hierarchy of...
  22. Pharrell Williams-inspired towers hit the right note

    Music and architecture often meet, such as when Beyoncé inspired a skyscraper and Kanye West's attempts to get his affordable housing project off the ground. Now Pharrell Williams has helped design a...
  23. Review: Rocking the beach with the crazy loud New Soundboks speaker

    Bluetooth speakers come in all shapes and sizes, from portables you can hold in your hand to mains-powered table-top belters. And then there are those from Denmark's Soundboks – suitcase-sized beasts...
  24. Five major archaeological finds from the last decade

    From lost cities, civilizations and stone circles to a startlingly well-preserved dinosaur, here’s a look back at five of the most significant archaeological finds and breakthroughs of the last...
  25. Boss crams guitar amp and FX into wireless headphones

    Last year, music gear maker Boss cut the instrument cable for its impressive portable guitar amp: the Katana Air. Now the company has put premium amplifier technology and guitar effects into a pair...
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