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Technology november 8, 2013

Printed Lasers Protect Against Dangerous Knockoff Goods

Cambridge researchers have developed crystal lasers that can be printed onto product labels in a bid to make them more resistant to fraud.

Innovation october 16, 2013

Virtual Sports May One Day Take Over National Leagues [Video]

Researchers have discovered a way to merge the athletics and gaming industries with an exciting new concept.

Mobile september 30, 2013

Moving Sculpture Doubles As Research Classroom [Pics]

Created by Reitveld Landscap and Studio Frank Havermans, ‘Secret Operation 610′ serves as a working environment for researchers.

IoT september 2, 2013

Researcher’s Brain Controls People’s Movements Via The Internet

Experts have successfully connected two human brains on one telecommunications channel.

Technology july 19, 2013

Surgical Knife Diagnoses Cancer In Less Than Three Seconds

Researchers have developed the 'iKnife', which sucks surgical smoke into a mass spectrometer to indicate whether the cut tissue is healthy.

Technology june 11, 2013

Unexplainable Unconscious Passwords Cannot Be Compromised

Researchers are developing a new security approach that relies on implicit, repetitive learning.

Technology may 17, 2013

Viruses Can Now Detect Bacterial Superbugs

Potentially fatal antibiotic-resistant bacteria can now be found in a matter of minutes.

Technology may 13, 2013

HIV Drugs Delivered Using Electro-Magnetic Particles

Drugs will counteract the brain barrier in the body, and may be the answer to curing fatal diseases.

Work october 1, 2012

Electronics Dissolve In Water When They’re No Longer Needed

'Transient Electronics' are made of silk and silicon, have many possible applications, and can ‘disappear’ on a pre-set schedule to reduce e-waste.

Gaming & Play september 15, 2012

Smart Belt Monitors Balance To Prevent Falls By Elderly Patients

Motion sensors can now help detect anomalies in senior's walking behavior to warn of future risks.

IoT september 10, 2012

Anti-Theft Smart Fabric Signals The Presence Of Intruders

German researchers have created a intelligent threads that are designed to not only trigger an alarm when breached, but also identify the exact point of the break in.

Innovation september 6, 2012

Researchers Turn Sewage Into Fuel

A team in South Korea has developed a new way to source gas from wastewater sludge.

Technology may 12, 2012

Paralyzed Patient Moves Robot With Their Mind

Scientists in Switzerland have demonstrated a robot that can be controlled by a quadriplegic wearing an EEG cap fitted with electrodes.

Innovation may 5, 2012

Bionic Eye Expected To Let The Blind See By 2014

Successful research has begun with prototype microchips that will serve to restore sight to the visually impaired


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