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  • Added 25th February 2015

    Scientists develop a low-maintenance method for observing the Higgs boson

    A breakthrough by an international team of researchers has uncovered a method for observing the Higgs mode without a particle

    February 25, 2015 Our universe is divided into building blocks with each increment - a cell, a strand of DNA, an atom - comprised of a smaller set of bricks ...

  • Added 23rd February 2015

    Move over graphene, molybdenum sulfide is here to stay

    Molybdenum disulfide boasts nearly all the same properties as graphene, as well as a few tricks graphene still has yet

    February 23, 2015 Graphene - the atom-thin carbon product poised to change the future of nanotechnology - finally has a worthy competitor. Once used as a preventative against acid rain, ...

  • Added 13th February 2015

    Scientists synthesize super socks

    A medical professor, an engineering professor and a Ph.D. candidate have developed a robotic sock capable of mimicking muscle movements to

    February 13, 2015 A medical professor, an engineering professor and a Ph.D. candidate have developed a robotic sock capable of mimicking muscle movements. The device was created to help incapacitated ...

  • Added 12th February 2015

    Nanoscopic safari: Scientists trap DNA using nanospore cages

    This week, Brown University researchers developed a nanopore "cage" capable of securing a single strand of DNA.

    February 12, 2015 Nanopore technology has the potential to grant scientists the ability to study individual strands of DNA, bottlenecking the molecular strings so their sequences can be scrutinized one ...

  • Added 4th February 2015

    Wear your health on your sleeve: New wearable technology keeps doctors and patients informed

    Two new devices are utilizing wearable technology to help doctors and patients make major medical decisions.

    February 4, 2015 The next big electronics trend will likely be wearable technology, devices worn like watches or pins with a smartphone's computational power. However, bodily contact opens up new ...

  • Added 3rd February 2015

    Bacterial adjustments improve biofuel production

    Developing an effective renewable energy source sometimes means honing your tools. In the case of bioethanol, those tools are the

    February 3, 2015 Bioethanol burns cleaner than traditional fossil fuels while providing the same level of reliability, but before its adoption becomes widespread, the alternative energy will have to overcome ...

  • Added 2nd February 2015

    In vino robotics?

    A team at Asociacion RUVID may have developed a robot that can take care of vineyard metrics, saving the proprietor

    February 2, 2015 Many consumers across the globe like to kick back and relax with a glass of wine in their hand during dinner or after. Wine can be a ...

  • Added 30th January 2015

    Finding fuel in the depths of the sea

    A team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution may have found the latest option available in sustainable fuel production.

    January 30, 2015 These days, thanks to many advances in engineering information technology, there are a lot of different materials that can be used as fuel for machines of all ...

  • Added 30th January 2015

    Burn baby burn: Wood as fuel

    While professionals across the globe are using gas, oil and synthetic materials, among other things, as major fuel sources, others

    January 30, 2015 There are plenty of different definitions of the word "fuel." For instance, this can apply to the gasoline that makes cars run, oil that is exhausted in ...

  • Added 30th January 2015

    Using color-changing film to keep the public safe

    Recent engineering research has showed that experts in the field might be able to detect even the smallest readings of

    January 30, 2015 While we certainly live in an advanced age - marked by the latest and greatest technology, opportunities and advantages - it's also an era marked by turmoil. ...