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The new X-ray technology is capable to detect the hidden gold on the rocks

A new X-ray technology can provide information in "real-time" on the content of gold in rocks that can help revolutionize the assay industry by by saving time, costs and reduce toxic waste. The inventor of this new gold detection technology named Pho...
by Trussty Jasmine on Dec 19, 2016

Pictures: 20161130 - Riyadh Motor Show 2016

by urShadow's Blog on Dec 17, 2016

8 Office Settings and Environments that Affect Productivity

With shrinking markets and competition becoming tighter every day, productivity has become the new buzzword in all corporations. Many critical factors could significantly alter how well two equally talented workers performs. Both office structure and...
by Interesting Things on Dec 1, 2016

Scientists build a laser from human blood

All told, the blood laser is far from creepy -- that unusual material choice could save lives. No, this isn't one of your childhood sci-fi dreams brought to life -- it's real.  University of Michigan researchers have developed a medical observat...
by blogmytuts on Sep 6, 2016

These chips will replace animals as the research objects

The use of animals as a research object has indeed been done long ago. However, researchers are now setting up a chip-based highly sophisticated computer algorithms to replace animals as research objects.Before a drug or various medical supplies for...
by Trussty Jasmine on Sep 5, 2016

Harvard’s Octobot is the first autonomous machine made of soft robotics materials

This Octobot from Harvard is the first that not only contains no hard parts but is also entirely autonomous.Robert Wood and Jennifer Lewis, both at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, describe the Octobot in a paper published to...
by BMT on Sep 2, 2016

China launched the first quantum satellite in world

China successfully launched the Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QuESS), the world's first quantum satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest Gobi Desert on Monday, August 15, 2016. The satellite launch is an attempt by China...
by Trussty Jasmine on Aug 28, 2016

As The Mind’s Mysteries Continue To Be Unraveled, Embellishment Is Part Of Our Mental Processing

Remember the Brian Williams controversy? The anchor of NBC News was pulled from his position when it was broadcast to viewers that he fibbed about being involved in heavy artillery fire during an Iraq war incident. Question is, was this... Read More...
by Renovating Your Mind on Aug 27, 2016

Video: Traveling Light

by urShadow's Blog on Aug 27, 2016

D'Box CC, an air worthiness detector

A turquoise rectangular box with 10x10x10 cm size was not a regular thing. The object named "D'Box CC" was an air purity detector that participated in the International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI) in China, in July, 2016.The box inventors a...
by Trussty Jasmine on Aug 24, 2016

Lower Risk Of Senile Dementia By Flushing Down Your Brain Trash.

  Researchers have just discovered another essential reason for the value of regular sleep. I call it the brain sewage system (BSS). Scientists named it the glymphatic system. When our brains exit the real world and go into sleep cycles,... Read...
by Renovating Your Mind on Aug 24, 2016

Students Build a Drone from Scratch

Among the achievements celebrated at an Ag Drone Rodeo was the ability to have a group of students build a drone from scratch. Students from Yamhill-Carlton […]...
by How To Learn on Aug 22, 2016

Intimate Relationship between Astrophysics and Arts

One of my constant and recurrent joys is to attend the exquisite lectures of the Unveiling the Universe series presented by TRIUMF and held at Science World. Last night we had the pleasure to see S. James Gates Jr., a renowned American scientist who...
by Arash's World on Aug 17, 2016

FDA, Shit Or Get Off The Pot!!

The FDA just declined the petition to let go restrictions on cannabis. It remains as a Category One Drug!! Huffington Post article detailing FDA rulings below:
by Renovating Your Mind on Aug 12, 2016

American Use of Atomic Bombs to Show Power

On August 6 and August 9, 1945, the United States under Harry Truman and despite criticism from General Eisenhower and Manhattan Project scientists dropped two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively. The first exp...
by Arash's World on Aug 6, 2016

Assistant Director Works (Civil) – Kohat University Of Science & Technology – Kohat

Kohat University of Science & Technology invites applications for Career Opportunities for the following position: Assistant Director Works (Civil). Eligible candidates can submit applications (CVs) on or before August 5, 2016. Jobs Detail: Name...
by PkVacancy on Aug 2, 2016

IBM's new nanoscale exosome sorting technology could lead to home diagnostic tools

It’s long been understood that early disease detection is the key to successful treatments. But annual checkups with a doctor might not be frequent enough to help. So imagine if you could forego a trip to the doctor’s office and detect any diseas...
by BMT on Aug 2, 2016

The Drill Down 436: Tech’s Master Plans

On this week's Drill Down podcast, Wikileaks leaks DNC emails, Verizon buys Yahoo, the future for Tesla & Facebook, can police unlock your iPhone by 3D-printing your fingerprint?  ...and much, much more! [...] The post The Drill Down 436: Tech&#...
by Geeks of Doom on Jul 29, 2016

Video: Why are we afraid of heights? - James May's Q&A (Ep 29) - Head Squeeze

by urShadow's Blog on Jul 12, 2016

Video: Mine Kafon - Callum Cooper

Mine Kafon | Callum Cooper from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo.
by urShadow's Blog on Jul 9, 2016

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