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Flying Streetlights by Fleetlights

People living in big cities take streetlights for granted, but those who live in remote or rural areas are still underserved by street lighting. In…

The Sensing Revolution Improving Human & Device Performance

The Sensing Revolution Researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory are studying crickets and bats to create hair-thin artificial sensors that can be used on…

This Artificial Womb Helps Premature Lamb Fetuses Grow Outside the Womb, Might Be Used on Humans

Scientists at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have been able to keep premature 23-week-old lambs alive using an artificial womb. Scientists are hopeful that this…

18-Year-Old Invents a Breast Cancer Detection Bra After Nearly Losing His Mom to the Disease

Julian Rios Cantú, an eighteen-year-old student from Mexico, has invented the Eva bra that enables the detection of breast cancer in its early stages. After…

18-Year-Old Indian Student Designs World’s Lightest Satellite That Weighs Only 64 Grams

Rifath Shaarook, an eighteen-year-old Indian student, has built the lightest satellite in the world. He is all set to break a global space record by…

New, Cheap Material Replicates Photosynthesis to Generate Clean Air and Clean Energy

Great news for lovers of the environment… Scientists have recently discovered a method to turn greenhouse gasses into clean air through artificial photosynthesis. The process…

Wim Hof: The Man, the Myth, the Mind

The Iceman is more than a legend or urban fairy tale. In fact, Wim Hof, recognized as “The Iceman” for his ability to withstand extreme…

See Some Amazing Images Sent by Cassini’s Dive Through Saturn’s Rings

Saturn and its rings have always fascinated people. These rings consist of countless numbers of ice particles. For over ten years, the international Cassini mission led…

Atomic Nanoscale: Fabricating at One Billionth of a Meter

Physicists say “everything gets funny” at the atomic level. Light interacts with matter in strange but interesting ways, energy transport and conversion affect electrons, molecules,…

Martian Soil Can Be Turned Into Bricks Stronger Than Steel-Reinforced Concrete

NASA is putting in the best of its efforts to pave the way for sending the first humans to Mars by the 2030s. Programs like…

Bioengineered Nanomaterials Diagnose, Treat Nasty New Diseases

They say that need is the mother of invention and the recent emergence of many new complex diseases has left scientists in a position of…

The Gorgeous, Eco-Friendly Hemp House Pulls CO2 From the Air!

As per estimates by the U.S. Green Building Council, buildings account for thirty-eight percent of the CO2 emissions in the U.S. Considering the requirement of…

Researchers Discover an Atmosphere Around an Earth-Like Planet, Raising the Tantalizing Possibility of Life Beyond Our Solar System

In a big discovery, astronomers have detected an atmosphere around an Earth-like exoplanet Gliese 1132b (GJ 1132b for short). It is no doubt a major step…

Review Of New Documentary On Nuclear Fusion Research

Introduction On March 10th a new documentary premiered at the South By Southwest Festival [1].  The name of the film was “Let There Be Light.” …

Can Humans Retain Their Humanity in a World of Robots & AI?

The world we live in today is much like Alice in Wonderland, where everything is pretty strange. For example, it is within the realm of…