A Home In A Shipping Container – New Technology To Change the World. We have done several articles highlighting construction projects that use shipping containers for apartments or low cost housing. How about a container that opens up into a full portable home complete with a deck and glass sun-rooms?

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Something Wonderful From Medical Bio-Engineering Researchers . Over the years, modern medicine has made some very tremendous strides in the treatment of severe burns and the replacement of the damaged skin using grafts from the patients body. The problem with this is that you need to remove the skin from other areas which is painful and […]

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Build Your Own Satellite ? Really, then what? Building and launching a satellite into space is a very expensive venture. Typically only governments could afford to send such large amounts of money on space but recently some private companies have entered the industry.

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3D Glasses At Home in Less Than 30 minutes. 3D movies are making a 2nd appearance after a resounding failure the first time 20 years ago. You can find 3D movies on the internet or even You-tube but how do you view them exactly?

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The Prediction for Future Technologies. Ever year some futurist lays out his or her predictions for the coming new year. Most of the predictions are way off the mark. The further the predictions go out in time, the least likely they are to be correct.

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Future Electric Motorcycles – Today. Ah, the thrill of racing. Whether it is cars, horses or boats the adrenaline rush is addictive right? How about motorcycles and more specifically electric motorcycles?

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Sometimes it pays to ask the question of “how does it work ?” and the same applies to electric circuits. So How does and electric circuit work and why? We all hear the terms such as electric circuits, electronics and microelectronics right, but how many of us really know how this stuff works.

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The arrival of a thin and lightweight computer that even rolls up like a piece of paper will not be in the far distant future. Flexible organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), built upon a plastic substrate, have received greater attention lately for their use in next-generation displays that can be bent or rolled while still operating.

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Electric Motors And Combustion Engines To Benefit From A New Alloy. If combustion engines ever hope to compete in the long term with electric motors there needs to be an industry changing development that allows for a step change in energy efficiency. Modern combustion engines using gasoline are typically less that 20% efficient. 

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Brilliant physicists are are not born everyday. Finding one that is also a natural teacher is very rare as is the case with MIT Professor of Physics Emeritus Walter Lewin. If you ever wanted to really understand the fundamental of physics, check this out.

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