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Wynd Creates Portable Air Purifier

Individuals who suffer from asthma or severe allergies often require an air purification system in their household in order to eliminate harmful particles, resulting in cleaner living areas and easier breathing for everyone. As beneficial as these air…

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Water Robots Inspect Areas Inaccessible To Humans

A research team at Sheffield University has recently developed a team of square robotic devices, which are able to attach and break apart in water to maneuver through tight spaces. These robots can be used for a variety…

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Light 3D Printed eBike for Daily Commutes

Individuals who chose to bike to their workplace each morning have to deal with the daily struggles of arriving sweaty, exhausted, and possibly even late. Electric motorcycles are an environmentally friendly solution, but they can be extremely large,…

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Biosensor Detects Neurological Diseases

Cancer, along with most neurodegenerative diseases, are frequently not detected by an individual until they start experiencing symptoms of illness. By this time, the disease has begun to damage the body and it becomes increasingly hard to treat…

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Wave Energy Proves Reliable After Trial

Carnegie Wave Energy, backed by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), has recently set a world record in renewable energy, completing 14,000 cumulative operating hours with their CETO wave process over the past year. Named after a Greek…

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Self-Driving Transport Trucks

Current shipping laws regulate transport truck drivers to a maximum of eleven hours of travel per day to ensure no drivers become excessively tired behind the wheel. Sleep deprivation can have the same symptoms on an individual as…

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Portable Hand-Held Microwave

In the past the only way to cook food or drinks in the wilderness was to construct a fire or ignite a gas burner to produce heat. However, both these methods are time-consuming and often present challenges to…

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3D Printed Programmable Hair

A team of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have recently developed a method of 3D printing hair-covered surfaces. This method, which the team named Cillia, is capable of artificially reproducing substances covered in hair only 50…

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Robots Feel and React to Pain

Although pain is perceived as a bad experience, the sensation comes with benefits which allow us to learn from and react to our actions. Without pain, humans wouldn’t know to stay away from hazards, or know when to…

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China’s Straddling Bus Concept

China is currently experiencing approximately 20 million new drivers on its roads each year due to a surge in population growth. Because of this increase, traffic levels are becoming unbearable for residents and emission levels are drastically increasing…

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