I have compiled a list of twelve recent and exciting technology developments. I recommend clicking the source-links to see the pictures and movieclips that go with them.
This is any science fiction enthusiasts dream come true! Soldiers of The United States Army are testing liquid armor. This armor will enhance Kevlar, the fibre-based armor that is 5x stronger than steel.
Now, Mitchell can peel a banana in a less simian posture. All she has to do is place her prosthetic left arm next to the banana and think about grabbing it. The mechanical hand closes around the fruit and she’s ready to peel.
Physicists in the US have taken another step towards the dream of a quantum computer by entangling two superconducting quantum bits (or qubits) for the first time.
Can we prove realms exist beyond our plane … or ‘brane’?
Large Hadron Collider likely to shed light on dark matter, dark energy
Though you can’t see it, nanotechnology is everywhere now, expanding the utility and appeal of basic products from cosmetics to all types of clothing. Below is a Top 10 list of the products you might least expect to employ this advanced technology.
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“The 3-D maneuverability of the Frisbee-UAV [unammned aerial vehicle] will provide revolutionary tactical access and lethality against hostiles hiding in upper story locations and/or defiladed behind obstacles,” the company promises.
Snaggle-toothed hockey players and sugar lovers may soon rejoice as Canadian scientists said they have created the first device able to re-grow teeth and bones.
A small but passionate group of doctors say that electricity applied deep in the brain can jolt patients out of irreversible comas. That’s when the real problems begin.
Scientists claim they are near to finding a therapy that could cure Aids and cancer. So how real is this new medical dawn?
Who would pay millions of dollars for a vehicle with no steering wheel, seats, or a gas pedal? The U.S. Military, whose unmanned “Crusher” robot can drive itself. This ScienCentral News video explains.