What could be better than having a cool glass of lemonade on a hot day? How about having a cool glass of lemonade on a hot day — that’s served over the internet? That’s exactly what scientists at the National University of Singapore have been working on, with an experiment designed to simulate the taste…
Syndros, a liquid marijuana substitute that contains a synthetic version of the marijuana ingredient that makes users feel high, has been assigned a less restrictive drug category than real weed.
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Scientists from the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant announced a recent breakthrough that makes it possible to mass produce red blood cells, opening the door for the wide-scale use of manufactured blood.
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According to a new report, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is backing a new “brain-computer interface venture,” which intends to develop devices for implanting AI-equipped devices into the human brain.
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Representing a potential breakthrough advance for the dream of 3D-printed body parts, scientists have demonstrated the successful implantation of 3D-bioprinted human cartilage in mice.
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The 2017 Luxury Technology Show was made up of more than toys for the super-rich. Here are the highlights of the coolest and most innovative gadgets we saw — some of which are surprisingly affordable. The post These are the five coolest things we saw at the 2017 Luxury Technology Show appeared first on Digital…
After successfully creating the first and only proportionate 36er bike for this taller market, DirtySixer came back to Kickstarter with two additional models: A mountain bike and road version of the original.
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Dahon has been perfecting the folding bicycle since 1982. In celebration of its 35th anniversary, it is launching its first Kickstarter with a new ultra-compact folding bicycle.
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Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can’t technically buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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The Rinsten Spring installs under the seat of practically any bicycle and absorbs shocks in three dimensions. This keeps the ride comfortable while avoiding excess stress on the rider’s body.
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By creating an augmented reality app for cyclists, CityConnect’s aim is to enhance the cycling experience with elements of game playing. Players will be rewarded for following traffic laws and acting responsibly.
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In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week. The post Weekly Rewind: Chuck Berry’s legacy,…
Scientists in Germany have discovered a protein that can prompt the body’s blood stem cells to act young again, potentially reversing some of the bad aspects of the aging process.
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The bright minds at Harvard University created a device that allows men to measure their ability to procreate with nothing more than their smartphone. But it’s still a ways away from public introduction. The post Do you know if you’re fertile? You may be able to use your phone to test that appeared first on…
24-year-old Product Design student Gareth Walkom has developed VR software designed to help individuals work through social anxieties and speech disorders by confronting a range of virtual scenarios.
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