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Scientists Regrow Teeth With New Technologies

August 23rd, 2016 at 6:29 am » Comments Off

All people expensive reserving a 5-minute oral session that will permit our dental practitioner to regrow our organic tooth, right? This can all be extremely feasible soon thanks to the Harvard-led team that effectively utilized low-powered laser lights to coax stem cells to develop brand-new dentine – the difficult core of the tooth.



Drone reports to UK police soar 352%

August 22nd, 2016 at 7:34 am » Comments Off

Police are having to investigate a fourfold rise in the number of crime reports involving shop bought drones – including allegations they are being used by paedophiles over children’s playgrounds, peeping toms spying through bedroom windows, burglars scoping out people’s properties, and even cash point scammers recording PIN numbers.



The Future of the Internet of Things: 16 Stunning Statistics

August 21st, 2016 at 6:10 am » Comments Off

When we started this decade, the Internet of Things was a basically a buzzword, talked about by a few, acted upon by fewer, a challenge to save for the future, like 2015 or 2020.



Have We Uploaded Enough Data To Digitally Clone Ourselves?

August 20th, 2016 at 7:00 am » Comments Off

In an episode of the British dystopian sci-fi show Black Mirror, titled “Be Right Back,” a man who dies in a car crash leaves behind enough social media and other data traces to be digitally recreated, first online and then as a creepily life-like robot. Turns out, that scenario is not so far-fetched.



Wall-Crawling Robots Could Weave A Room For You

August 19th, 2016 at 7:17 am » Comments Off

Last May, researchers at ICD Stuttgart revealed the Elytra Filament Pavilion—a vast, carbon fiber structure woven with the industrial arm of a modified Kuka robot. Now, in a thesis project led by Maria Yablonina, the same lab has managed to shrink the scale, from massive industrial-line robots, to a pair of drones that can crawl up your wall […]



Wearable Patch Can Help Monitor Health. No batteries required.

August 18th, 2016 at 6:52 am » Comments Off

A battery-free electronic patch that sticks onto skin like a temporary tattoo can be powered wirelessly by smartphones to help monitor health, researchers say. A variety of  wearable technology is on the market to monitor life signs, but these mostly possess hard components that have to be strapped onto the body. Scientists have been developing stretchable electronics that […]



3D Printed Food: Coming To A Restaurant Near You

August 18th, 2016 at 6:35 am » Comments Off

3D Printing is changing the world of guns, souvenirs, medicine, and now food. 3D printed food may sound like sci-fi, but it’s already a reality in some capacity. A company called byFlow has created a 3D printer that utilizes pastes of any variety to build food items in a few smooth movements of a wand. The limitations of flavor and design […]



Snacks: The killer app of 3D printing

August 16th, 2016 at 7:17 am » Comments Off

3D food printers have been able to create very basic food items, such as sugar sculptures and very simple pizzas — but now a team of researchers at Columbia University has developed a machine that can make more complex snacks.



The chef is a 3D printer at this restaurant

August 16th, 2016 at 7:05 am » Comments Off

Talk about an immersive dining experience. . At Food Ink, the main draw isn’t even the food, but the way in which it’s made. You see, everything at this London concept restaurant is 3D-printed. From the dishes to the dishes upon which they sit, you’re eating at the throne of technology. Because who wants hand-prepared […]



‘Smart’ Thread Could Be a Game-Changer for Doctors

August 15th, 2016 at 7:19 am » Comments Off

Scientists are working to take “wearable” technology to a whole new level. Or, more accurately, to new depths. A group of Tufts University-led researchers recently announced that it created a first-of-its kind “smart” thread that can be sutured into human tissues. The goal? To collect data on tissue health, as well as monitor wounds or infections, all of […]



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