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Food october 13, 2016

Mix Your Own Craft Beer Instantly

The freeze-dried powder from the owners of TO ØL brewery lets you enjoy a quality brew anytime

Technology october 12, 2016

Play A Game With Microbes Using A Microscope On Your Phone

An open-source device developed at Stanford University turns microbiology into an interactive and educational tool

Design & Architecture september 28, 2016

Concept Artists And Scientists Form Partnership To Visualize The Future

The collaboration hopes to liberate ideas and innovations trapped in notebooks

Syndicated september 14, 2016

Determining Water’s True Value In The Supply Chain

With water shortages exacerbating inequalities and causing damage to economies, we must make sure the commodity is properly valued

[News] EU proposal to make all Scientific Articles Freely Accessible by 2020
Automotive september 2, 2016

New Bendable Concrete Offers More Durability Than Regular Materials

ConFlexPave could halve the time it takes to install new pavement

Health august 30, 2016

Turn Any Wearable Into A Mental Health Tracker

Cognition Kit is a software platform that lets people track and better understand their cognitive states

Technology august 29, 2016

A Tiny Amount Of This Powder Could Block All The Bitterness In Food

A new substance made from mushrooms can bond with taste receptors on your tongue to overcome unpleasant flavors

Sustainability august 26, 2016

Self-Healing Material Is Fashioned Out Of Squid Teeth

Penn State researchers have devised a new textile that uses organic proteins

Syndicated august 16, 2016

How NASA Technology Is Uncovering Lost Cities

Recent laser surveys have revealed traces of a vast urban settlement, comparable in size to Los Angeles, around the temples of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle

Technology august 15, 2016

Facebook Messenger Now Features An Artificially Intelligent e-Doctor

Your.MD is a new smart system to provide quick and accurate medical advice via chat

Sustainability august 12, 2016

The Scientifically-Grown Grass Making Its Debut In Rio

After 112 years, the sport of golf returns to the Olympics on state-of-the-art turf sprouted over a four-year period

Syndicated august 3, 2016

Preparing For The Next Generation Of Technologically Enhanced Athletes

>Human augmentation will force sport to confront questions that it has so far resisted. So what improvements to the human body are acceptable?

[Insight] Are GMO foods as bad as we think they are?

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