• Watching super fast and super nice electric bikes Watching super fast and super nice electric bikes
    it has the same design as racing bikes but the turbo is equipped with batteries as well as electric motors to help it reach speeds of up to 45km / h. turbo sales have not yet been released, but specialized said it would send 50 electric bicycles to dealers across europe for a test drive before officially selling it.
  • US claims close to finding 'Grain of God' US claims close to finding 'Grain of God'
    new evidence suggests that 2012 will be the most probable year for physicists to find the legendary particle: the higgs.
  • Pole dancing robot Pole dancing robot
    a pair of pole dancer robots attracted the attention of attendees at the cebit hi-tech fair in germany. at the show, two human sized robots rotate their bodies in a sexy way with the music of a third 'dj' robot.
  • Shocked by US secret aircraft Shocked by US secret aircraft
    a us air force top secret drones have quietly 'stayed' in space for a year, the last three days - but no one knows what its purpose and mission is.
  • Self-healing light, self cleaning Self-healing light, self cleaning
    instead of having to carry a suit of clothes when traveling, it is possible that in the future, you will only need to carry a few, even a set of clothes made of special material, allow ... self clean.
  • Goodbye Silicon tradition? Goodbye Silicon tradition?
    molybdenum disulfide mos2 on many parameters outperforms conventional silicon and its use in electronic devices allows for a much smaller and more flexible generation of products.
  • America unveiled the notorious weapons of damage America unveiled the notorious weapons of damage
    an unbearable feeling, a sudden heat covering the whole body, that is the effect of ultra-strong electromagnetic rays emanating from a notorious anti-aircraft weapon of the us military.
  • HoverMast - Supercar camera tracking flight HoverMast - Supercar camera tracking flight
    hovermast is a hovercraft in the air and can be mounted on a small vehicle such as an suv. this device was developed by sky sapience and is still in the experimental phase, it can fly up to 50 meters in just 10-15 seconds.
  • Neutrino helps explain antimatter? Neutrino helps explain antimatter?
    the neutrinos produced in a nuclear reactor in china can change their flavor faster than normal. this result raises the hope that physicists will soon explain why the universe is full of matter instead of antimatter.
  • Smart clothes know why babies cry Smart clothes know why babies cry
    a new type of high-tech clothing that incorporates 'biosensors', which can be guessed as to why babies cry, helping parents take better care of their children.
  • Impressed with 3-D nano printers Impressed with 3-D nano printers
    the new 3d printing method using two-photon imaging can quickly create incredibly sharp objects at the nanoscale. this technology could open up new areas of application, such as medicine.
  • Robotic gloves Robotic gloves
    with power goggles, astronauts and car assembly workers will reduce the pressure on the muscles of the hands when handling instruments for a long time.
  • Waving to control the plane Waving to control the plane
    one day unmanned aerial vehicles would be as simple as the arm waving, scientists say. yale song and colleagues at the massachusetts institute of technology in the united states have found a way to manipulate aircraft on the runway by arm moves.
  • Unmanned robot breaks world swimming record Unmanned robot breaks world swimming record
    four unmanned robots broke the world record for long-range swimming on the 3,200 nautical mile (5,926km) route in the pacific.
  • Brain sharp thanks to thinking Brain sharp thanks to thinking
    often find yourself or think rambling while working? good news, because that's a sign that you may have a good memory.
  • Producing electricity with snails Producing electricity with snails
    a snail's blood sugar is used to generate electricity for special electrodes in its body. the meaning of this discovery is that one day our bodies will also make electricity.
  • Change the speed of your bike by thought Change the speed of your bike by thought
    innovation news daily reported that deeplocal, a high-tech product marketing company based in the united states, has created bicycles that allow riders to change speed with thought. patrick miller, deeploacal's creative engineer, is responsible for creating the wireless signaling system in the helmet to change the speed of the car.
  • Online map of global rainforest carbon stocks Online map of global rainforest carbon stocks
    recently, a team led by eric davidson, managing director of the woods hole research center (usa), published a map of global rainforest carbon stocks, based on arcgis technology. esri (us).
  • Tattoo message message Tattoo message message
    according to a new patent application, nokia wants to create tattoos capable of announcing that you have just received a new message or have an incoming call. does the phone vibrate when there are new messages or people are calling? chestnut like earth. nokia wants to make a mark on technology on your skin, with a tattoo that can vibrate depending on
  • Floating Hospital on the sea Floating Hospital on the sea
    marino alfani - a sailboat designer in italy has come up with the idea of a hospital at sea after having a chance to talk to a friend who is on a medical mission in africa.

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