UK Mechanical and Civil Engineering Combine to Gives an Amazing Bridge. If you have a fear of high bridges as many people do, then travelling to many places in the world can be very stressful. The engineering challenge when it comes to allowing vehicles to pass over bridges easily is that you often also have […]

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The Blackest Black is not on this Earth. What is color? Why is red, red to us and why is black so black? To understand the nature of color and how we perceive it you need to understand the nature of light and mechanism of light falling on an object showing us colors.

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China’s Chang’e-3 Lunar Landing Site Sending Back Data. In 2013, Chang’e-3, an unmanned lunar mission, touched down on the northern part of the Imbrium basin, one of the most prominent of the lava-filled impact basins visible from Earth.

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Plants can Sense the Sun. Have you ever wondered how plants know when the sun is out and when it is not? I mean what type of sensor does it use to detect sunshine. What ever it is maybe we can use it to design a new type of passive solar sensor.

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Researchers Work to Keep Us Secure from Identity Theft. Cyber crime and identity thief are the Achilles heel of the modern internet based connected world economy. Internet shopping and banking are quickly pushing aside the old norms and consumers seem to have an endless appetite for remote everything.

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Light to Move Data Information is able to be moved at much faster speeds using light than using electricity. Internet cables for T1 lines and faster all use fiber-optics for the main trunk lines. At some point the fiber gives way to cheaper copper wires and electronic signal transmission.

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A new Study about being Addicted to Facebook. Our parents generation did not need Facebook or Twitter, but then again it was not an option for them so how do we know that grand dad would not have spent most of his time on Facebook given the chance?

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What exactly is our Sweet Tooth? This is a very timely study with the holidays upon us and everyone enjoying the foods that come with it. Rich foods followed by richer ( ric meaning full of fat and sugar) deserts ranging from cookies, pies,cakes and more.

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The strangeness of Super Earth’s. Planets with a solid surface mass several times greater than the mass of the Earth are known among astrophysicists as ” Super Earth” as in super heavy. New research reveals some surprising secrets about these strange planets.

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Turning Off the Shelf Cameras into 3D Capture Devices. Here is some development news that I wish was in time for Christmas this year. Imagine with only a software upgrade if an off the shelf camera or smartphone ( with a camera) could be used to take and record 3D photographs that look 3D on […]

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