• Keep your identity in ... teeth Keep your identity in ... teeth
    belgian scientists have developed an implantable implant on teeth - something you will never lose or forget to bring unless you lose your teeth.
  • Cars run by ... water Cars run by ... water
    japanese automaker honda is conducting research to open a new era for
  • South Korea will have police robots South Korea will have police robots
    korean scientists are planning to invent robots to serve in the military and the police. a trial has just been conducted to look at the technical and budgetary implications of this project
  • Cow dung for vanilla flavor Cow dung for vanilla flavor
    in the face of the japanese scientists plan to use vanilla flavor from cow dung (two times cheaper than real vanilla) to prepare non-food products. in about two years they hope to establish a factory capable of delivering ivory
  • Produce batteries from ... vegetables Produce batteries from ... vegetables
    most hand-held electronic devices today require batteries, such as cell phones, or laptops. researchers have created a spinning sandwich - a protein complex obtained from spinach cells sandwiched between layers of material in s
  • Idea: The media player in the mood Idea: The media player in the mood
    one scientist jokingly said that the biggest difference between a woman and a tv is that women read the mood of the person they are talking about and make the right choices.
  • Receptionist ... cat machine Receptionist ... cat machine
    need a temporary help for your company when the beautiful receptionist is on vacation or when your company is looking for new employees? let's 'recruit' try a new japanese receptionist: a robot cat!
  • Micro-robots are capable of exploring the universe Micro-robots are capable of exploring the universe
    finding life on planets is one of the tasks of science in the coming years. so, us scientists are researching micro-robots and intend to use them as the most active tools to accomplish this mission.
  • New infantry armor: 240,000 rounds per minute New infantry armor: 240,000 rounds per minute
    if the us mk19s shot at 60 rounds per minute, the new australian guns fired at 4,000 times (240,000 rounds per minute).
  • Growing clean green vegetables in the house in the town Growing clean green vegetables in the house in the town
    setting up a lovely vegetable garden in your small house in the middle of town is the dream of many city people. from this very real need, the program of growing clean vegetables in the town of nguyen nong co., ltd. - gino co, ltd (hcmc) has
  • The computer reacts with emotions The computer reacts with emotions
    would it be great if your computer realized you were annoyed with it and adjusted yourself to help heal the heat? emotion-sensing technology will one day turn it into reality. scientist christian peter at the institute of graphic arts
  • Japan built a snowmobile rescue robot Japan built a snowmobile rescue robot
    the japanese company tmsuk built the enryu, which has a 4.5-meter-long hand, can lift a small passenger car as handy. a prototype in niigata prefecture, the snow region in japan has operated two hydraulic arms in the past
  • Make shoes from 'printer' Make shoes from 'printer'
    football players will get the first pair of tailors tailor fit their foot shape, thanks to a new 3d technique that the inventors hope to soon put on the market. the shoes are designed in a new layer with new 3d printing technology, according to
  • Robots help older people and people with disabilities buy goods Robots help older people and people with disabilities buy goods
    a robot designed to help older people and people with disabilities buy goods was introduced at diamond city lucle commercial complex in kasuya, fukuoka prefecture, japan, february 9. the robot is 1.7m high, manufactured by tmsuk and ntt communications. robot connected
  • New techniques have seen fossils unprecedented New techniques have seen fossils unprecedented
    scientists created the first three-dimensional picture of tiny fossils dating back to 850 million years, using pre-existing laser technology. they did not even have to smash the rocks around the fossil. in the future, this technique can help people
  • Self-cleaning bath Self-cleaning bath
    scouring the bathroom will become a thing of the past as scientists at the university of new south wales in australia have created a self-cleaning bathroom. the scientists treated the bathroom surface with tiny particles of titanium dioxide. dainty
  • Air-conditioner kill virus H5N1 Air-conditioner kill virus H5N1
    lg electronics will launch a new product capable of killing 99% of airborne viruses by filtering a special coating of a korean traditional kimchi extract.
  • Planting trees on ... salt Planting trees on ... salt
    at first glance, it was a joke, but this is the result of the research group of haifa university, israel. after many years, they discovered a gene that could help plants grow in salty water and desert.
  • Waved off the lamp Waved off the lamp
    instead of the tedious turn of the switch, anigmo's touch switches now allow the user to turn off the electric light with the waving hand. with this product, users can also adjust the brightness of the light bulb by raising hands
  • Identification of blood vessels in the palm Identification of blood vessels in the palm
    identification by blood vessels in the palm, not fingerprints, iris ... this new technology is being tested in japan at a library. the technology is highly accurate because the blood vessels in the palm are very complex.

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