Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Engadget If you’ve read any sort of science fiction, it’s likely you’ve heard about subvocalization, the practice of silently … Continue reading MIT’s wearable device can ‘hear’ the words you say in your head
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Pocket-lint Smartwatch screens are frustrating. While phone makers have been delivering phones with the larger displays or more screen … Continue reading Future Huawei Watch might let you gesture and write on back of hand
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Yanko Design If the Furia bicycles fearsome form looks familiar, that’s because you’ve definitely seen it before… only, not … Continue reading Bicycle Suspension of the Near Future
This case mod was on display earlier this summer in Tokyo. Akiba PC Hotline’s photos shed a little more light onto how the case mod works.
Gold microchip. Credit: Lancaster University Counterfeit products are a huge problem – from medicines to car parts, fake technology costs lives. Every year, imports of counterfeited and pirated goods around … Continue reading A future without fakes thanks to quantum technology
Women in tech have it tough, working in often-offensive bro cultures that dominate much of the industry. But as an American woman working in the blockchain sector, I’ve never seen … Continue reading The future of female tech leadership is thriving—in the United Arab Emirates
Video via PurdueResearchPark Why it matters to you Electric vehicles seem well on their way to becoming the latest automotive trend, but finding a good way to power them has been … Continue reading Will the future of electric vehicles include instantly rechargeable batteries?
The Trump administration is proposing sweeping cuts to US science agencies in its $4.1 trillion budget for 2018, asking Congress to kill a variety of medical, energy, and basic research … Continue reading Trump’s Proposed Science Cuts Go Far Beyond Climate Programs
Lilium has successfully tested its all-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) jet for the first time, and you can watch the inaugural test flight above. The basic concept of a … Continue reading Watch Lilium’s successful test flight of the world’s first electric VTOL jet
Tesla Dominates Energy Last weekend, Tesla updated their website’s “Energy” section to release images of their new low-profile solar panels made by Panasonic. Tesla has been making news with their … Continue reading Tesla Just Unveiled Its Newest Solar Panels
Madison just became the first city in Wisconsin and the largest city in the Midwest to commit to 100 percent clean energy in just the latest example of how President … Continue reading Madison, Wisconsin commits to 100% renewable energy
University of Michigan researchers have created a transparent silver film that could be used in touchscreens, flexible displays and other advanced applications. L. Jay Guo, professor of electrical engineering and … Continue reading Transparent silver: Tarnish-proof films for flexible displays, touch screens
President Donald Trump’s proposed budget eviscerates government funding for basic scientific research and development, taking a sledge hammer to education, health and environmental protection. In a series of Tweets posted … Continue reading Tyson: Trump’s anti-science budget will make America stupid again
Artist’s concept of a terraformed Mars (left) and an O’Neill Cylinder. Credit: Ittiz/Wikimedia Commons (left)/Rick Guidice/NASA Ames Research Center (right) The idea of terraforming Mars – aka “Earth’s Twin” – … Continue reading The future of space colonization – terraforming or space habitats?
The home of the future could slash your utility bills and generate enough money to help pay the mortgage. UK firm Koru Architects designed and built one such house, named … Continue reading Zero-carbon home generates income by making more energy than it needs
Astronaut Bruce McCandless II floats above Earth, 330 feet (100 meters) from the cargo bay of the space shuttle Challenger, in 1984. Credit: STS-41B, NASA NASA’s requirements for becoming an … Continue reading Why Space Travel Can Be Absolutely Disgusting
A SpaceX Falcon 9 booster being returned to port aboard a drone ship following the JCSAT-14 Mission in May, 2016. Credit: SpaceX SpaceX says it still plans to make the … Continue reading SpaceX still plans for first flight of a Falcon 9 with reused first stage this month and more
Artificial intelligence is everywhere and it’s here to stay. Most aspects of our lives are now touched by artificial intelligence in one way or another, from deciding what books or … Continue reading Why the biggest challenge facing AI is an ethical one
Apologies, normally we try to avoid politics but this is for the future of Science – ESIST.tech The 2014 People’s Climate March in New York Credit: Anadolu Agency Getty Images Last … Continue reading Scientists Are Planning the Next Big Washington March
Hydroxyapatite nanofibre film produced at the University of Helsinki. Credit: Riitta-Leena Inki In the future, it may be possible to use nanofibres to improve the attachment of bone implants, or … Continue reading Nanofibres developed for healing bone fractures
We are at the cusp of a stem cell revolution. Understanding and harnessing these unique cells may unlock breakthroughs in longevity and therapeutic solutions to all kinds of chronic diseases … Continue reading Stem Cells Are Poised to Change Health and Medicine Forever
SpaceX today launched 10 Iridium satellites on its workhorse Falcon 9 rocket before flying the first stage of the rocket back to a floating landing platform in the Pacific. This … Continue reading Elon Musk’s SpaceX is back to inventing the future after a successful rocket launch and landing