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Mar 25, 2017

This Heart Tissue was Grown on a Spinach Leaf

Posted by in category: futurism

Heart tissues are growing on these spinach leaves because science is amazing.

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Mar 25, 2017

This VR Suit Has 16 Haptic Zones

Posted by in category: virtual reality

Virtual reality has never felt so real.

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Mar 25, 2017

Dubai’s Biotechnology Could (Literally) Save the World

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Living Desalination Factory


A global crisis is coming. Dubai is ready for it.

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Mar 25, 2017

IBM Makes a Huge Leap Forward in Data Storage

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics

How small is the world’s smallest hard drive? Smaller than you’d believe.

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Mar 25, 2017

How to Pack for the Apocalypse

Posted by in categories: business, innovation

Bug-out bags/survival kits are a controversial topic. Everybody has a different philosophy about what makes a good one. This is Brent’s. While bigger and heavier than a lot of the bags you’ll see online, you can keep it in the closet by your front door or the trunk of your car, and you’ll be prepared for an emergency that could last many days. Brent’s kit doubles as a slick backpacking setup, so you’ll get to know your gear extremely well, and you get to have fun with it, too.

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Mar 25, 2017

Hyperloop starts building a passenger capsule

Posted by in category: transportation

Who’s ready for a passenger Hyperloop capsule? http://cnnmon.ie/2mzIiaR

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Mar 25, 2017

The Weird World of Cyborg Animals Is Here

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cyborgs, engineering, robotics/AI

Roboticists frequently turn to nature for inspiration for their inventions, reverse engineering the traits that evolution has developed over millennia. Others are taking a shortcut by simply integrating modern technology with living animals.

The idea may seem crazy, but animals and machines are not so different. Just as a network of wires carry electrical signals between a robot’s sensors, processing units and motors, the flow of action potentials around our nervous system connects our sensory organs, brain and muscles.

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Mar 25, 2017

Office of Naval Research shows new Navy BAE railgun test

Posted by in category: military

The Office of Naval Research and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, conduct the first shot of the Railgun at the terminal range November 17, 2016.

There are also current tests of with an Army Howitzer is now firing a super high-speed, high-tech, electromagnetic Hyper Velocity Projectile.

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Mar 25, 2017

World’s First Deep-Sea Mining Venture Set to…

Posted by in category: futurism

Launch in 2019

http://www.livescience.com/58405-worlds-first-deep-sea-minin…ium=social

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Mar 24, 2017

Supertall skyscraper hangs from orbiting asteroid in Clouds Architecture Office concept

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, habitats, space travel

In a bid to get around terrestrial height restrictions, Clouds Architecture Office has proposed suspending the world’s tallest skyscraper from an asteroid, leaving residents to parachute to earth.

New York-based Clouds Architecture Office drew up plans for Analemma Tower to “overturn the established skyscraper typology” by building not up from the ground but down from the sky by affixing the foundations to an orbiting asteroid.

“Harnessing the power of planetary design thinking, it taps into the desire for extreme height, seclusion and constant mobility,” said the architects, who have previously drawn up proposals for space transportation and a 3D-printed ice house on Mars.

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