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NEWSDIY Robot Cuts Crusts Off, Makes the Perfect SandwichHOW-TO

Learn Coding and Build Smart Electronics with Monthly STEM Kits

By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoINVENTIONS AND MACHINES

11 Cameras Ranked From Biggest to Smallest of All Time

By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoSPACE

Earth Is 2,000 Light-Years Closer to Milky Way’s Black Hole

A group of researchers from Japan’s VERA project re-calculated the speed and location of the Earth.By  Chris Young2 days agoAEROSPACE

Wright Brothers and Their First Powered, Controlled Flight

At the turn of the 20th-century, two brothers made the amazing feat of the first flight.By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoNEWS

Old Chess Computer Revived as a Jazz Player

From pawns to saxophone notes, this 1970s chess computer has been given a new life.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoSCIENCEScientists Officially Decode Sun’s Nuclear Fusion, the Universal EngineINNOVATION

Company Builds Prototype Contact Lens, Uses Tears as Therapeutic Biomarkers

A new prototype contact lens could use biomarkers to assist crucial diagnostic procedures.By  Brad Bergan3 days agoINDUSTRY

New Tesla Cars After Cybertruck, Roadster Are Coming, Teases Elon Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said a new European lineup of cars will likely be compact, unlike American ones.By  Brad Bergan3 days agoENTERTAINMENT

Burn All Your Anger Away in This Internet Dumpster Fire

This website lets you burn all the 2020 negativity away while helping a good cause.By  Derya Ozdemir3 days agoADVERTISEMENTPopular Stories

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Search and Rescue Drones Use AI to Find People Lost in Woods

The AI-enhanced drones work with a precision rate of 96% compared to traditional thermal imaging.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 day agoENTERTAINMENT

Negative Reviews for Scented Candles Rise Along with COVID-19 Cases

Could the angry reviewers be suffering from COVID-19-related loss of smell and simply not be aware?By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 day agoSPACE

Nuclear Fusion Reaction in the Sun Detected for the First Time

The new study has been called one of the greatest physics discoveries of the new millennium and could help explain why everything exists.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 day agoMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Quantum Nanodiamonds Can Detect HIV, Other Diseases Earlier

Nanodiamonds dramatically improve testing sensitivity and may also help detect COVID-19.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 day agoINNOVATION

New Award Winning EUV Lithography Enables Chips 5000 Times Thinner than a Human Hair

The new technology also enables applications such as automated driving, 5G, Artificial Intelligence and other future innovations.By  Loukia Papadopoulos2 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Electrified Vessels in the UK Could Soon Charge Offshore Thanks to New Facility

The project is part of the UK’s plans to meet net-zero targets by 2050.By  Loukia Papadopoulos2 days ago

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7 Workloads That IT Should Move to the Cloud Right Now

By  Susan Fourtané2 days agoSPACE

Researchers Find Final Missing Ingredient for Life In a Comet

By  Loukia Papadopoulos2 days agoPHYSICS

This Fusion Reactor Is Really Close to ‘Burning Plasma’ Milestone

Researchers bombard a tiny amount of nuclear fuel with almost 200 laser beams.By  Chris Young2 days agoGADGETS

Unique Gift Suggestions for Curious Children and Adults

With the holiday season approaching, don’t buy anything yet before checking out these original gifts.By  Interesting Engineering2 days agoNEWS

Record Number of Eels Spotted at the Bottom of Pacific Ocean

Researchers fear that the deep sea mining industry might damage the biodiversity.By  Derya Ozdemir2 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

Watch a Volkswagen Ram Into This Scania Electric Truck

Scania crash tested their electric semi by ramming a Volkswagen Golf into its side.By  Chris Young2 days agoBIOLOGY

Australia’s Glow-in-the-Dark Marsupials Surprise Scientists

Platypus, bilbies, they all glow in the dark under bright UV lights.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoROBOTICS

New Worm-Like Robots ‘Swim’ in Soil to Collect Crop Data

These little worms are designed to move like bore drills under the ground.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoNEWS

DIY Robot Cuts Crusts Off, Makes the Perfect Sandwich

In true Breaking Bad style, you never need to eat a crust again.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoHOW-TO

Learn Coding and Build Smart Electronics with Monthly STEM Kits

Go from electronic novice to tech wizard with Creation Crate.By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoINVENTIONS AND MACHINES

11 Cameras Ranked From Biggest to Smallest of All Time

Prepare to be amazed by the biggest and smallest cameras ever built in the history of photography.By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoSPACE

Earth Is 2,000 Light-Years Closer to Milky Way’s Black Hole

A group of researchers from Japan’s VERA project re-calculated the speed and location of the Earth.By  Chris Young2 days agoAEROSPACE

Wright Brothers and Their First Powered, Controlled Flight

At the turn of the 20th-century, two brothers made the amazing feat of the first flight.By  Christopher McFadden2 days agoNEWS

Old Chess Computer Revived as a Jazz Player

From pawns to saxophone notes, this 1970s chess computer has been given a new life.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoSCIENCE

Scientists Officially Decode Sun’s Nuclear Fusion, the Universal Engine

A team in Italy confirmed a type of nuclear fusion in our sun via capturing and studying neutrinos.By  Brad Bergan2 days agoINNOVATION

Company Builds Prototype Contact Lens, Uses Tears as Therapeutic Biomarkers

A new prototype contact lens could use biomarkers to assist crucial diagnostic procedures.By  Brad Bergan3 days agoINDUSTRY

New Tesla Cars After Cybertruck, Roadster Are Coming, Teases Elon Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said a new European lineup of cars will likely be compact, unlike American ones.By  Brad Bergan3 days agoENTERTAINMENT

Burn All Your Anger Away in This Internet Dumpster Fire

This website lets you burn all the 2020 negativity away while helping a good cause.By  Derya Ozdemir3 days agoINSPIRATION

Nearly Impossible Landing on New York’s Hudson River Explained

In 2009, Captain Chesley Sullenberger made an almost impossible landing on New York’s Hudson River and saved the 155 people on board.By  Marcia Wendorf3 days agoROBOTICS

DIY Robot Traps You In Until You’ve Finished Your Push-Ups

If you were in need of medieval torture-style shackles to motivate your workout, you’re in luck.By  Chris Young3 days agoDEFENSE & MILITARY

US Army Developing Mind-Reading Tech for the Battlefield

The US Army aims to eventually develop a new form of silent communication via brain signals.By  Chris Young3 days agoINTERNET

Get 10TB Backup Forever with Degoo Premium

Backup up your data under ultra-secure 256-bit AES encryption.By  IE Shop3 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

Tesla Recalls 9.5K Cars for Steering Issues, Detaching Roofs

The company says it has seen no reports of injuries caused by the issues to date.By  Chris Young3 days agoSUSTAINABILITY

21 Sustainability Innovations That Might Just Change the World

The world has to change if it’s to survive: here are some of the most interesting sustainable innovations that could save the planet.By  Donovan Alexander3 days agoAEROSPACE

New Study Finds Why Astronauts Have Health Issues in Space

It all comes down to organelles, the mitochondria.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoNEWS

EU Push Consumers’ ‘Right to Repair’ Their Own Electronics

Following yesterday’s vote, consumers could now repair and reuse their goods without going through the manufacturer.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoNEWS

Culled Mink Rise from Their Graves, Spark Fear in Denmark

They were killed en masse to prevent the coronavirus from spreading to humans, and now we have zombie mink.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoROBOTICS

Chinese Manned Submersible Reaches Deepest Part of Mariana Trench

The Mariana Trench extends nearly 36,000 feet (10,975 meters) down in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoSCIENCE

Biomineral Body Armor Shields Leaf-Cutter Ants in Deathmatches, Says Study

Leaf-cutter ants ‘grow’ biomineral armor, a distinct edge in ant wars and resisting disease.By  Brad Bergan4 days agoSCIENCE

South African Researchers Want to Dim Down the Sun’s Light, Says Study

South African academics suggest we fire tiny particles into the atmosphere to dim the sun’s light.By  Brad Bergan4 days agoINNOVATION

Physicists Can Make N95-Like Respirators With Cotton Candy Machines, Says Study

The new N95-like respirators create electrocharged filters with old-fashioned cotton candy machines.By  Brad Bergan4 days agoNEWS

14-Year-Old Indian Girl Invents Solar Ironing Cart to Reduce Smog

The teen received the prestigious Children’s Climate Prize and $11,600 for her invention.By  Derya Ozdemir4 days agoNEWS

KFC Rolls Out Self-Driving 5G ‘Chicken Trucks’ in China

Make sure you don’t lick your fingers after buying your finger-lickin’ good chickens from these autonomous 5G trucks.By  Derya Ozdemir4 days agoROBOTICS

Automated Drywall Robot Works Faster Than Humans in Construction

The team behind the project at Canvas aims to revolutionize construction industry with robotics.By  Chris Young4 days agoAEROSPACE

9 of the Most Common Wing Designs Used In the Aviation World

Find out more about the most popular wing mounting positions and wing designs.By  Christopher McFadden4 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

These New Solar Panels Don’t Need Sunlight to Produce Energy

The solar panels, developed by student Carvey Maigue, won this year’s Dyson Sustainability Award.By  Chris Young4 days agoMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

New Mechanism Halts Fat Production After Eating, Could Treat Obesity

The team’s findings could help open doors on research for therapeutic treatment options.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Cold-Stunned 350-Pound Loggerhead Turtle Dies After Rescue

The 30-year-old turtle that was found stranded on Cape Cod may have been ill for weeks, or even months.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoNEWS

Social Isolation Triggers The Same Brain Signals As Hunger

The findings by MIT researchers have widespread implications in a year marked by social isolation.By  Chris Young4 days agoINSPIRATION

Improbable Rescue of ‘Los 33’, Chilean Miners Trapped 2,300 Feet Underground

In 2010, the entire world came together to rescue 33 Chilean miners who were trapped underground for 69 days.By  Marcia Wendorf4 days agoSPACE

Amateur Astronomer Finds Possible Source of Wow! Signal After 43 Years

The signal was first captured in 1977 in Ohio and had been a mystery ever since then.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoNEWS

SpaceX Breaks Record with 7th Falcon 9 Launch in Its 100th Mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 mission launched, reusing its rocket for a record-breaking seventh time.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoINDUSTRY

NASA Starts Flight Testing Campaign With eVTOL Makers to Deliver Flying Taxis

In a break from its space-flight brand, NASA is testing the flight profile of flying taxis, like eVTOLs.By  Brad Bergan4 days agoGADGETS

Capture Every Moment of Your Baby with Invidyo Baby Monitor

If you are looking for a versatile baby monitor, this might be your best fit.By  Interesting Engineering5 days agoINDUSTRY

Elon Musk Surpassed Bill Gates as Second-Richest Person in the World

Elon Musk stole Bill Gates’ place after a major surge in Tesla stocks amid the COVID-19 crisis.By  Brad Bergan5 days agoBUSINESS

Top AI Trends to Watch in 2021

In 2021, AI emerges stronger in both the short-term and long-term. Here are some of the biggest AI trends for the next decade.By  Susan Fourtané5 days agoNEWS

Native Californians Got High on Plants and Painted Cave Art, Study Says

This is the first physical evidence for the ingestion of hallucinogens at a rock art site.By  Derya Ozdemir5 days agoNEWS

‘DevTerm’, A Retro Modular Raspberry Pi Terminal Unveiled

The ‘DevTerm’ doubles up as a programming tool and a retro gaming device.By  Chris Young5 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

Meticulous Engineering Meets Design: 13+ of the Most Iconic Ferrari Models in History

Ferrari has a longstanding history of creating some of the best performing cars in history. Here are some of the top models.By  Donovan Alexander5 days agoBIOLOGY

This Creepy 370-Million-Year-Old Shark Could Rotate Its Jaws

As if sharks weren’t scary enough, this one could rotate its jaws outward to better capture its prey.By  Loukia Papadopoulos5 days agoNEWS

Watch This F-35 Drop a B61 Nuclear Bomb in ‘Historic’ First

The newly declassified video shows a first-of-its-kind military test that took place over the Tonopah Test Range.By  Chris Young5 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

Sultan of Brunei’s Super-Rare $725K 1993 Cizeta Is Up For Sale

Only this Cizeta V16T model was developed in this particular blue finish.By  Chris Young5 days agoNEWS

Sea Urchins Love Hats, So Couple 3D Prints Cowboy Hats for Them

Who wouldn’t want to see a sea urchin wearing a cowboy hat, a top hat, or even a witch’s hat?By  Fabienne Lang5 days agoNEWS

Russia’s Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine Shows 95% Efficacy

Moreover, the Sputnik V vaccine will be reportedly cheaper than its rivals.By  Derya Ozdemir5 days agoAPPS & SOFTWARE

11 of the Best YouTube Channels for Coding and Programming

Here are some great YouTube channels to help you learn code for free!By  Christopher McFadden5 days agoNEWS

Scientists Find Mysterious Metal Monolith in Utah Desert

So far, no one has any clue as to where it came from and why it’s in the middle of the wilderness.By  Fabienne Lang5 days agoENTERTAINMENT

The Queen’s Gambit is Netflix’s Most Popular Miniseries, Says the Company

After only 28 days on Netflix, The Queen’s Gambit reached 62 million households.By  Fabienne Lang5 days agoSCIENCE

Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine 70 Percent Effective, but Still Needs FDA Approval

The University of Oxford’s COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine could see U.S. rollout in the coming weeks.By  Brad Bergan6 days agoEDUCATION

Learn 14 Languages with Fan-Favorite Language-Learning App

Babbel even allows you to take lessons when not connected online.By  IE Shop6 days agoNEWS

Father and Son Create World’s First LEGO Microtonal Guitar

The duo’s one of a kind guitar is now competing against others to become the world champion.By  Derya Ozdemir6 days agoARCHITECTURE

13 Futuristic Airport Designs

What should airports of the future look like? Here are some proposals.By  Christopher McFadden6 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Researchers Develop Robot That Tells Farmers When to Water Crops

A team of researchers from UC Riverside is developing a mobile robotic pressure chamber.By  Chris Young6 days agoSCIENCE

The 19+ Highest-Rated Science Books on Goodreads & Amazon

There are many excellent books about science out there, but some are the “crème de la crème.”By  Christopher McFadden6 days agoMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Mind Control Through Light: The Emerging World of Optogenetics

This new science sounds like something out of science-fiction, but it could be a reality soon.By  Donovan Alexander6 days agoNEWS

Chinese Flower Evolves To Turn Invisible and Escape Humans

As humanity claims more and more of nature, the survival of the invisible has become almost inevitable.By  Derya Ozdemir6 days agoSPACE

Live Footage Shows Bright Meteor Breaking Up Over Tasmania

The CSIRO research vessel Investigator was ‘in the right place at the right time.’By  Chris Young6 days agoMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Tiny Objects Coated in Special Magnetic Material Walk, Crawl, and Roll

The objects could be used for biomedical applications.By  Fabienne Lang6 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Climate Change Shifts Arctic Animals’ Seasonal Movements

A NASA-funded study analyzed the tracked movements of more than a hundred species since 1991.By  Chris Young6 days agoNEWS

200-Year-Old Shipwreck Unearthed by Erosion on Florida Beach

After Tropical Storm Eta moved sand off, remnants of the ship could be seen for the first time ever.By  Fabienne Lang6 days agoNEWS

Tangle of Parasitic Worms Discovered in Man’s Stomach

The tangle of parasitic roundworms was discovered after an ultrasound scan in India.By  Fabienne Lang6 days agoINTERNET

YouTuber Launches Out of a Rocket-Powered Ejection Seat

The YouTuber 3D printed the mini ejection seat for a model aircraft.By  Fabienne Lang6 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

13 of the Best Pickup Trucks of 2020 and Beyond

Pickup trucks have become a staple of the fall season, perfectly balancing functionality with design.By  Donovan Alexander1 week agoARCHITECTURE

15 Examples of ‘Anti-Homeless’ Hostile Architecture That You Probably Never Noticed Before

How many of these hostile architecture strategies have you seen around your city?By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoHOW-TO

9+ Popular Life Hacks That Don’t Actually Work

Here are our 9+ favorite supposed life hacks that just don’t quite work.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoGADGETS

New Device Can Charge Your Phone Wirelessly Across the Room

Say goodbye to plugging your devices in!By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoDEFENSE & MILITARY

US Air Force Tests F-15E Strike Eagle Radar Warning and Electronic Warfare Suite

The pictures will take your breath awayBy  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoSPACE

SpaceX Launches Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Satellite to Keep an Eye on Our Oceans

The launch was initially planned for November 10.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoNEWS

California Tells Tesla Employees to Ignore Stay-at-home Order, Declaring Them ‘Essential’

The last time the county decided to shut down a Tesla factory, things did not go so well.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoINDUSTRY

3 of the World’s Most Unusual Engines

From pistonless engines to bacteria-driven cartwheels, humanity has some interesting ideas in motion.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoAUTOMOTIVE

17+ Futuristic Car Designs from Visionaries of the Past

Here are 17+ interesting futuristic car designs from the past that will bring a smile to your face.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoINNOVATION

Medieval Spies: UV Imaging Reveals Hidden Text in 15th Century Manuscripts

The text is a result of ancient writing being erased to allow for new works to be written.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoEDUCATION

7 Great Kits for Your Children to Improve Their STEM Skills

Looking for some great STEM toys? Look no further than these.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoSPACE

Mystery of the Blue Ring Nebula Uncovered After 16 Years

The glowing blue nebula emerged from the collision of two stars.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoSPACE

Elon Musk Agrees to Send French Adventurer Without Arms or Legs to Space

The athlete reached out to Musk on Twitter and received a positive response.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoSCIENCE

Scientists Created New Method for Detecting Dark Matter, Says Study

A team of researchers created a new method of possibly detecting dark matter using radio telescopes.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoSCIENCE

Colossal Dust Storms on Mars Could Have Helped Blow Its Oceans Away, Says Study

Dust storms on Mars can lift water into the upper atmosphere, where hydrogen is then lost to space.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoINDUSTRY

Pentagon, Space Force Request Input From SpaceX, ULA to Build Launch Mobility

The pentagon is seeking input from industry leaders of the space industry, including SpaceX and ULA.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoINSPIRATION

11 Gifts for Your Loved Ones on Thanksgiving

If you are looking for handy gifts to give on Thanksgiving, be sure to check our list!By  Interesting Engineering1 week agoINTERNET

Learn to Code with 27 Courses on This Comprehensive Bundle

The Premium Learn to Code 2021 Certification Bundle brings you over 270 hours of content and 27 courses that will take you from beginner coder to pro in no time.By  IE Shop1 week agoNEWS

Legendary Arecibo Telescope in Puerto Rico to Be Demolished

Damaged beyond repair, it’s a heartfelt goodbye for the beloved Arecibo telescope.By  Derya Ozdemir1 week agoNEWS

Water Has Two Different Liquid States, Study Finds

Those dad jokes about water being ‘very wet’ might almost stand up to scientific scrutiny.By  Chris Young1 week agoPHYSICS

Centrifugal Force and Its Interesting Real-Life Applications

What exactly is centrifugal force? Let’s find out.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoENTERTAINMENT

Don’t Let the Moose Lick Your Car, Canadians Warned

Watch out! Some moose might be targeting your car to taste.By  Deniz Yilmaz1 week agoNANOTECHNOLOGY

Nanobots Will Be Flowing Through Your Body by 2030

In 10 years, nanobots in your blood might keep you from getting sick or even transmit your thoughts to a wireless cloud.By  Trevor English1 week agoNEWS

Forget High School Biology, Chromosomes Don’t Look like You Think They Do

Thanks to incredible 3D imaging, this team is taking a closer look at our body’s makeup.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoNEWS

Tesla Crash Sends Battery Cells Flying, Starts House Fire

The Tesla Model 3 driver amazingly survived and fled the scene before being found a few blocks away.By  Chris Young1 week agoNEWS

105-Year-Old Breaks Guinness Record for Oldest Person to Paraglide Tandem

Yu Te-Hsin, a 105-year-old Chinese man, has shown it’s never too late for a grand adventure.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoNEWS

Elon Musk Says First Mars Inhabitants Will Live in Glass Domes

“Terraforming will be too slow to be relevant in our lifetime,” the SpaceX CEO wrote in a series of tweets.By  Chris Young1 week agoCHEMISTRY

Scientists Create Diamonds in Minutes at Room Temperature

The team mimicked the force of an asteroid collision.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoAEROSPACE

Rocket Lab Successfully Recovers Its Electron Booster for the First Time

Like SpaceX, Rocket Lab is trying to recover and reuse its rockets.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoINNOVATION

New AI Model Detects Sarcasm With 86 Percent Accuracy, Which Is Totally Fine

Researchers in China created an AI language model capable of identifying sarcasm with 86% accuracy.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoINDUSTRY

Lamborghini Huracán STO Debuts, Aims to Set Track Records Spring 2021

The Lamborghini Huracán STO super sports car is a feast for the eyes, with maximum everything.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoBUSINESS

Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2021

Distributed cloud, AI engineering, cybersecurity mesh, and composable business drive some of the top trends Gartner has identified for 2021.By  Susan Fourtané1 week agoGAMES

Ridiculously Easy Math Challenge Stumps the Internet

Will you fall for it? Or will you not?By  Derya Ozdemir1 week agoNEWS

Design Studio Unveils Shark-Shaped 501-Foot Mega Yacht Concept

Imagine this mega yacht gliding over waters with the Jaws theme song in the background…By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoDESIGN

Japanese Artist Shapes Sound Through Sand, Creating Masterpieces

Cymatics has never looked this appealing.By  Deniz Yilmaz1 week agoBIOGRAPHY

Why Friday the 13th is Considered Unlucky

Our fear of the date Friday the 13th is rooted in what became of the Knights Templar back in 1307.By  Marcia Wendorf1 week agoINTERNET

Become a Google Analytics Pro with This Master Class Bundle

The Google Analytics Master Class Bundle offers five classes and over 12 hours on Google Analytics, Data Studio, SEO, and more.By  IE Shop1 week agoNEWS

One Person Dies Every 17 Seconds in Europe From COVID-19, per WHO

The organization emphasized the importance of maintaining lockdowns.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoNEWS

17-Year-Old YouTuber Crashes Dad’s $3.4 Million Pagani Huayra

This billionaire lost a brand new toy worth $3.4 million.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoAUTOMOTIVE

Elation Reveals ‘Freedom’, a 1,427 HP Jet-Inspired Electric Hypercar

The limited edition cars will cost $2.3 million each and will reach top speeds of 260 mph.By  Chris Young1 week agoBIOGRAPHY

7 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know about Enzo Ferrari

Here are some interesting facts about the legend that is Enzo Ferrari.By  Christopher McFadden1 week agoNEWS

Meteorite Crashes into Indonesian Man’s Home, Turns Him into a Millionaire

The meteorite is allegedly worth $1.85 million, so you could say he’s now a rock star.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoNEWS

Bill Gates Predicts Business Travel Will Decrease by 50% Post-COVID-19

And 30% of days in the office will shift to home office.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoINNOVATION

‘Game-Changing’ Robotic Technology Goes Mainstream, Diagnoses Lung Cancer

A new robotic diagnostic tool can detect lung cancer at much earlier stages than conventional ones.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoCULTURE

Last Known White Giraffe in World Was Fitted With GPS Tracking Device

The last known and endangered white giraffe was left alone after poachers killed a female and calf.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoINNOVATION

New AI Tool Cuts Patient Vital Sign Check-Ups, Lets Them Sleep, Saves Lives

The new AI tool reduced nurse workload up to 20% to 25%, letting them pivot to acutely-ill patients.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

NASA Shows Global Air Pollution Reduced This Year Due to COVID-19

Our planet seems to have finally taken a deep breath.By  Deniz Yilmaz1 week agoMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Gamer Fitted with ‘Venom Snake’ Bionic Arm from Metal Gear Solid

The 29-year-old said that actually having Snake’s arm in real life is “just insane.”By  Irmak Bayrakdar1 week agoPHYSICS

Some of the Pacific Ocean Seabed Slid 400 Miles Under China

Even Mother Nature sweeps its clutter under the rug sometimes.By  Utku Kucukduner1 week agoNEWS

Scientists Launch Project to Recreate Smells of Old Europe with AI

Have you ever wondered how the past smelled like? These researchers are finding an answer.By  Derya Ozdemir1 week agoAI

Master Machine Learning Even if You Are Just a Beginner

The Machine Learning for Beginners Overview Bundle will make you an AI and ML expert in no time.By  IE Shop1 week agoHEALTH

Eat Chili Peppers, Live Longer, Says Study

A new study has linked eating chili peppers with lower rates of cancer and cardiovascular issues.By  Marcia Wendorf1 week agoNEWS

Sharp Two-Decade Drop in Human Body Temperature Stumps Scientists, Says Study

The decline is the same for healthy adults in the U.S. and in Bolivia’s Amazon.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoSPACE

Texas Astronomers Revive ‘Ultimate’ NASA Moon Telescope Idea

The researchers say a canceled NASA project might uncover mysteries of the very early universe.By  Chris Young1 week agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

What Progress the World Made To Achieve Carbon-Free Future

Achieving a carbon-free future is going to take a lot of work.By  Trevor English1 week agoAEROSPACE

FAA Clears Boeing 737 Max Today to Fly Again in US

The planes have been grounded for nearly two years.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoNEWS

Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Is 94% Effective for People Over 65

The new vaccine has been tested on tens of thousands of volunteers and may be the long-awaited answer to COVID-19.By  Loukia Papadopoulos1 week agoNEWS

Human Brain Bears a Surprising Resemblance to the Universe

A neuroscientist and an astrophysicist compared the complex structures of galaxies and neural networks.By  Chris Young1 week agoNEWS

Amazon Launches Amazon Pharmacy, Delivers Prescription Medicine

Amazon Prime members get a big discount if they pay without using insurance.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoNEWS

Seafood Waste-Based ‘Sponge’ Could Help Clear the Sea

The sponge-like material is made from mussel shell waste and could be used to soak up contaminants from the sea.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoNEWS

‘Jetman’ Vincent Reffet Dies during Training Accident

The stuntman was known for his flying feats using jetpacks and carbon-fiber wingsuits.By  Fabienne Lang1 week agoINNOVATION

15+ Cool and Creative Bike Designs That Could Change Cycling

A bike has a near-perfect design, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying to rethink this common mode of transport. These unusual bicycle designs range from folding electric bikes to bikes without front forks.By  Donovan Alexander1 week agoSCIENCE

Jupiter, Saturn’s Weather May Come From Different Forces Than Earth’s

Researchers’ simulations show how Jupiter and Saturn’s weather is driven via internal forces.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoINDUSTRY

Boom Supersonic, Collins Aerospace Partner to Enhance Nacelle Technology

Boom has teamed up with Collins Aerospace Systems to bring Overture’s nacelle to the next level.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoCULTURE

Twitter Launches Stories-Like ‘Fleets,’ Self-Deleting Tweets, Worldwide

Twitter launched ‘Fleets,’ a new self-deleting way to post temporary tweets, not unlike Stories.By  Brad Bergan1 week agoHOW-TO

Nine Beautiful Crystals You Can Grow at Home

With products you already have on hand, you can make homegrown crystals that make unique holiday gifts and beautiful tree decorations.By  Marcia Wendorf1 week agoBUSINESS

Emerging Technology Trends to Watch in 2021

Remote work and automation will flourish in 2021, among other interesting trends.By  Susan Fourtané1 week agoAUTOMOTIVE

Lay ‘Low’ With this Custom 1989 Toyota Pickup

Try laying low with this green Toyota.By  Utku Kucukduner1 week agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

There Might Be a 620-Mile ‘Dark River’ Below Greenland’s Ice Sheet

The recent discoveries point to a mysterious river beneath the icy surface of Greenland.By  Irmak Bayrakdar1 week agoNEWS

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A DIY Model Kit to Build the Car of Your Dreams

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European Vega Rocket Veers Off Course, Causes Mission Failure

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Only 10% of People Can Solve This Bridge Math Problem

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New Artificial Neural Networks To Use Graphene Memristors

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Qualcomm Partners Up to Launch $26 4G Smartphones in Vietnam Starting 2021

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DIY Robot Traps You In Until You’ve Finished Your Push-Ups

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US Army Developing Mind-Reading Tech for the Battlefield

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Get 10TB Backup Forever with Degoo Premium

Backup up your data under ultra-secure 256-bit AES encryption.By  IE Shop3 days agoAUTOMOTIVE

Tesla Recalls 9.5K Cars for Steering Issues, Detaching Roofs

The company says it has seen no reports of injuries caused by the issues to date.By  Chris Young3 days agoSUSTAINABILITY

21 Sustainability Innovations That Might Just Change the World

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New Study Finds Why Astronauts Have Health Issues in Space

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EU Push Consumers’ ‘Right to Repair’ Their Own Electronics

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Culled Mink Rise from Their Graves, Spark Fear in Denmark

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Chinese Manned Submersible Reaches Deepest Part of Mariana Trench

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Biomineral Body Armor Shields Leaf-Cutter Ants in Deathmatches, Says Study

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South African Researchers Want to Dim Down the Sun’s Light, Says Study

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Physicists Can Make N95-Like Respirators With Cotton Candy Machines, Says Study

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14-Year-Old Indian Girl Invents Solar Ironing Cart to Reduce Smog

The teen received the prestigious Children’s Climate Prize and $11,600 for her invention.By  Derya Ozdemir4 days agoNEWS

DIY Robot Cuts Crusts Off, Makes the Perfect Sandwich

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Learn Coding and Build Smart Electronics with Monthly STEM Kits

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11 Cameras Ranked From Biggest to Smallest of All Time

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Earth Is 2,000 Light-Years Closer to Milky Way’s Black Hole

A group of researchers from Japan’s VERA project re-calculated the speed and location of the Earth.By  Chris Young2 days agoAEROSPACE

Wright Brothers and Their First Powered, Controlled Flight

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Old Chess Computer Revived as a Jazz Player

From pawns to saxophone notes, this 1970s chess computer has been given a new life.By  Fabienne Lang2 days agoSCIENCE

Scientists Officially Decode Sun’s Nuclear Fusion, the Universal Engine

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Company Builds Prototype Contact Lens, Uses Tears as Therapeutic Biomarkers

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New Tesla Cars After Cybertruck, Roadster Are Coming, Teases Elon Musk

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Burn All Your Anger Away in This Internet Dumpster Fire

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Nearly Impossible Landing on New York’s Hudson River Explained

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DIY Robot Traps You In Until You’ve Finished Your Push-Ups

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US Army Developing Mind-Reading Tech for the Battlefield

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Get 10TB Backup Forever with Degoo Premium

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Tesla Recalls 9.5K Cars for Steering Issues, Detaching Roofs

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New Study Finds Why Astronauts Have Health Issues in Space

It all comes down to organelles, the mitochondria.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoNEWS

EU Push Consumers’ ‘Right to Repair’ Their Own Electronics

Following yesterday’s vote, consumers could now repair and reuse their goods without going through the manufacturer.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoNEWS

Culled Mink Rise from Their Graves, Spark Fear in Denmark

They were killed en masse to prevent the coronavirus from spreading to humans, and now we have zombie mink.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoROBOTICS

Chinese Manned Submersible Reaches Deepest Part of Mariana Trench

The Mariana Trench extends nearly 36,000 feet (10,975 meters) down in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean.By  Fabienne Lang3 days agoSCIENCE

Biomineral Body Armor Shields Leaf-Cutter Ants in Deathmatches, Says Study

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South African Researchers Want to Dim Down the Sun’s Light, Says Study

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Physicists Can Make N95-Like Respirators With Cotton Candy Machines, Says Study

The new N95-like respirators create electrocharged filters with old-fashioned cotton candy machines.By  Brad Bergan4 days agoNEWS

14-Year-Old Indian Girl Invents Solar Ironing Cart to Reduce Smog

The teen received the prestigious Children’s Climate Prize and $11,600 for her invention.By  Derya Ozdemir4 days agoNEWS

KFC Rolls Out Self-Driving 5G ‘Chicken Trucks’ in China

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Automated Drywall Robot Works Faster Than Humans in Construction

The team behind the project at Canvas aims to revolutionize construction industry with robotics.By  Chris Young4 days agoAEROSPACE

9 of the Most Common Wing Designs Used In the Aviation World

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These New Solar Panels Don’t Need Sunlight to Produce Energy

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New Mechanism Halts Fat Production After Eating, Could Treat Obesity

The team’s findings could help open doors on research for therapeutic treatment options.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Cold-Stunned 350-Pound Loggerhead Turtle Dies After Rescue

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Social Isolation Triggers The Same Brain Signals As Hunger

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Improbable Rescue of ‘Los 33’, Chilean Miners Trapped 2,300 Feet Underground

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Amateur Astronomer Finds Possible Source of Wow! Signal After 43 Years

The signal was first captured in 1977 in Ohio and had been a mystery ever since then.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoNEWS

SpaceX Breaks Record with 7th Falcon 9 Launch in Its 100th Mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 mission launched, reusing its rocket for a record-breaking seventh time.By  Fabienne Lang4 days agoINDUSTRY

NASA Starts Flight Testing Campaign With eVTOL Makers to Deliver Flying Taxis

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Elon Musk Surpassed Bill Gates as Second-Richest Person in the World

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Top AI Trends to Watch in 2021

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Native Californians Got High on Plants and Painted Cave Art, Study Says

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‘DevTerm’, A Retro Modular Raspberry Pi Terminal Unveiled

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This Creepy 370-Million-Year-Old Shark Could Rotate Its Jaws

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Watch This F-35 Drop a B61 Nuclear Bomb in ‘Historic’ First

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Sea Urchins Love Hats, So Couple 3D Prints Cowboy Hats for Them

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Russia’s Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine Shows 95% Efficacy

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Scientists Find Mysterious Metal Monolith in Utah Desert

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Mind Control Through Light: The Emerging World of Optogenetics

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