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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Lithium Battery Offers Flexible Wearable Energy

An international team of researchers led by Professor John Rogers from the University of Illinois have recently developed a stretchy, adhesive, power storage device which can be used for a variety of applications. This new battery is able…

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Exosuit Helps Patients Regain Mobility

As people grow older their muscles begin to deteriorate, resulting in a considerable loss in the amount mobility they once had. Although they can still maneuver by themselves, it causes significant strain on their bodies to walk extended…

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Bubble Elimination in Hydraulic Machinery

Hydraulic machinery operates through a fairly simple process which relies on liquid pressure to generate tones of force in a matter of seconds. Consisting of many tubes full of hydraulic liquid, the machine pushes the liquid through one…

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Sensors Creates Smarter & Safer Car Seats

Most new vehicles contain technology built-in to every car element to ensure the safest and best experience for each person inside. However, car seats have remained pretty standard, with very few modifications to keep the driver and passengers…

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Device Detects Gluten In Your Meals

People who have celiac disease or gluten allergies are must thoroughly monitor every ingredient for a meal, including ones found on product labels, to ensure no wheat, rye, or barley is listed. It is even more difficult to…

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Bio-Glass Helps Repair Damaged Cartilage

The popularity of 3D printing has had a major impact on advancements in research within the medical industry. Although scientists have not yet found a 3D printed material to perfectly replicate bone, a research team has recently created…

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Smart Earbuds Change the Way We Hear

The invention of earbuds offered many improvements to previous headphone designs which were often large, hard to store, and not at all discreet. However, earbuds still had faults, including overpowering background noise and tangled wires. Nuheara, a tech…

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First Customizable 3D Printed Wheelchair

3D printing is continuously offering new and improved solutions to old designs, even to products which have been left unchanged for decades. Layer, a design agency in London, England, has recently created the GO, a newly designed 3D…

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