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Meta-Materials Bring Us Another Step Closer to an Invisibility Cloak
14 march 2016
As technological accelerates, going ghost looks more and more possible
A Rocking Chair That Charges Your Phone
17 july 2015
Volta is the final project of four students from UC Berkeley, which harnesses a chair's rocking motion to generate energy
Bandage Detects Wounds Before Doctors Can See Them
22 april 2015
Engineers at UC Berkeley are developing a bandage that uses electrical currents to identify early tissue damage from bedsores
Light-Activated Curtains Could Cut Air Conditioning Bill In Half [Video]
15 january 2014
UC Berkeley researchers are developing "smart curtains" that can bend or straighten in response to light.
Paper-Thin Robotic Skin Lights Up When Touched [Video]
24 july 2013
Researchers at UC Berkeley developed an ultra sensitive electronic covering that responds to pressure.
Study Shows Physical Pressure Can Help Fight Cancer
21 december 2012
Research at the University of California, Berkeley shows that applying pressure to potentially cancerous cells can help reverse their growth.
College Freshman Completely Automates Dorm Room
3 may 2012
UC Berkeley student programmed his lights, curtains, and music to turn on/off with a push of a button or simple voice command like 'party mode.'
Researchers Reconstruct Images From Brain Activity [Video]
26 september 2011
Measurements taken whilst subjects watched movies were transformed into videos of what they saw.
Foursquare Adds More Schools To Their University Program
26 july 2011
Building off last years success, Foursquare is participating with more schools to help students navigate their campus
Automated Chip Can Quickly Diagnose HIV And TB
23 march 2011
A new chip developed at UC Berkeley harnesses the power of gravity to detect HIV and TB in minutes.
A Kinect-Powered Autonomous Flying Machine
6 december 2010
A team from the Hybrid Systems Lab at Berkeley have put together a prototype device that uses the Microsoft device to navigate the world.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
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PSFK Speaker To Share How Data Makes Us More Human [PSFK 2016]
Anti-Aging Gin Claims To Keep Drinkers Looking Young
IMAX Enters Cycling For An Out Of This World Experience
How Does Your City's Subway Stack Up To Others?
AI Algorithm Creates Vegan Meat And Dairy Substitutes
Mattress COO To Talk On Creating A Lifestyle Brand Around Sleep [PSFK 2016]
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
Built-In Vehicle Longboard Helps Drivers Explore Urban Areas