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Today's robots can be programmed to do many things – from vacuuming floors to assembling cars. But teaching them to recognize and correct a mistake... [Read More]
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3-D printers are being used extensively in industry, research, teaching and hobbies, printing with metal, plastic and even edible material such as dough. Researchers at... [Read More]
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3D printers are being used extensively in industry, research, teaching and hobbies, printing with metal, plastic and even edible material such as dough. Researchers at... [Read More]
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Earthquakes happen frequently in Italy, but the famous leaning tower in Pisa still stands, puzzling scientists. An earthquake expert from University of Bristol thinks he... [Read More]
Conservationists around the world are making great strides in rescuing animal species from the brink of extinction. Despite the recent death of the last male... [Read More]
Artists and their audiences in New York City will soon have access to a giant stage that can morph into different shapes. "The Shed," being... [Read More]
Space scientists say the satellites and other spacecraft orbiting the Earth, including the International Space Station, are in increasing danger of collision with pieces of... [Read More]
Technology increasingly relies on rechargeable batteries as a source of energy. Today's batteries are better and last longer, but when their capacity drops under a... [Read More]
Nine teams with members from 25 countries entered the final phase of the $7 million Ocean XPRIZE competition for technologies that could cheaply and efficiently... [Read More]
Battery-powered drones have mostly replaced manned aircraft in a range of tasks, from scientific measurements to aerial photography, with one persistent disadvantage – the limit... [Read More]
Forget self-driving cars! Imagine a future filled with flying cars. The latest design comes from the Netherlands, where a company plans to officially unveil the... [Read More]
The 'colleague' is similar to Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri... [Read More]
The world's biggest mobile phone trade fair, the Mobile World Congress, or MWC, opened earlier this week in Barcelona, Spain. Except for Apple, which traditionally... [Read More]
Only days after the spectacular liftoff of what is currently the heaviest space rocket, the privately-built Falcon Heavy, NASA announced the next launch will carry... [Read More]
Only days after the spectacular liftoff of what is currently the heaviest space rocket, the privately built Falcon Heavy, NASA announced the next launch will... [Read More]
Robotic wheelchairs are already available in some countries. But what if a disabled person needs to travel over a bumpy stretch of a road or... [Read More]
Most analysts and economists agree, robots are slowly replacing humans in many jobs. They weld and paint car bodies, sort merchandise in warehouses, explore underground... [Read More]
Astronomers say a new instrument, now being tested on one of the telescopes in Chile's Atacama desert, will greatly enhance their ability to search for... [Read More]
Finding a cure for Alzheimer's is an extremely complex task. Scientists still do not know what causes the disease. Once the symptoms appear, the gradual... [Read More]
Scientists and engineers around the world are slowly but steadily improving brain-controlled artificial limbs hoping to make them more affordable to patients. Researchers at the... [Read More]
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