The Future is Unclear for Smart Office Furniture. Nissan has offered up a bit robotic weirdness. I mean I know they have been working on self driving cars but now they have revealed that their engineers have designed some really smart office chairs. Really smart…

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How to Store Electronic Data. Since the early days of photography, people have worried about how to protect their photographs from damage and aging. When we moved to the digital age it seemed like this worry, not just for photo’s but all data should be behind us right? Wrong..

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Making Hydrogen Using Sunlight to Split Water. In the global battle to rid ourselves of fossil fuels, hydrogen often is presented as a way forward. As a energy carrier, hydrogen is not so attractive as it must be highly compressed and cooled to have sufficient energy per volume and it is not so easy to […]

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How Often Have You Heard the Term, Mini-Brain? Here is some fascinating research news, that sounds like it should be made into a horror of science fiction movie ( there is big difference, I understand). Frankenstein made a whole human from body parts right but what happens when you just make the brain in the […]

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Research into the particles produced by nuclear reactors. An international team that includes researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has captured the most precise (and puzzling)energy measurements yet of ghostly particles called reactor antineutrinos produced at a nuclear power complex in China.

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Solving the Mystery of Easter Island. Analysis of artifacts found on the shores of Rapa Nui, Chile (Easter Island) originally thought to be used as spear points reveal that these objects were likely general purpose tools instead, providing evidence contrary to the widely held belief that the ancient civilization was destroyed by warfare. According to […]

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Exciting Developments for Nanoscale Sensors and Devices. Micro and nano sized sensors that are able to sense for very specific things are the focus of much research today. Personal bio-metric devices and chemical sensing devices are seen as a fast growing consumer category.

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Advancing Brain Connected Interfaces. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), around 15% of the world’s population is physically impaired to some degree. In order to overcome the hurdles of everyday life, many disabled people use assistive technologies. Unfortunately, technology has not kept pace as most wheelchairs cannot yet climb stairs, bulky powered exoskeletons lack […]

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Scientists Discover New Life Under The Earth. This next piece of research brings to mind the movie Dune where huge creatures travel through the planets crust like fish in the ocean. Ok, this is not Dune but it is pretty cool.

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In the U.S., there is no shortage of politicians that are ready to deny climate change and/or the source of it. Of course if you contribute enough money to a campaign you can pretty much control the narrative at least of some individuals. However when it comes to native Americans that evidence of climate change […]

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