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The Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics Awarded

It’s the greatest honour in it’s respective field. The Nobel Prize in each of its five categories is the crowning glory of a career. A couple of days ago the awards for Chemistry and Physics were given out. CHEMISTRY Eric Betzig of the Howard... 

This Minipresso Hand-Powered Espresso Machine Fits In Your Pocket

Who doesn’t love coffee? It is the need of every mind in the morning. However, a caffeine rich espresso coffee is not such an easy grab if you happen to be too far from Starbucks. In that case, you would need to get yourself a bulky espresso as well... 

Google Hires Camel To Give ‘Street View’ Glimpse of Arabian Desert

Google Street View cameras are debuting all over the world. They have previously had cars and boats and even people used as their lifts. However, camels have also come to support the cause. Only just recently, Google planned to capture 360 degree views... 

This Newly Unveiled Re Camera By HTC Looks Nothing Like a Camera

HTC seems to have come out with a camera that does not quite seem like one. Yet, the company would want you to capture every cherished moment of your life with this. Known as the HTC Re, this camera is meant to replace your smartphone as far as the camera... 

If You Can’t Smell Anymore, The Grim Reaper Maybe Knocking On Your Door

The sense of smell is most important in sensing danger. Smoke, poisonous gas, any familiar odour may help save your life at any given moment. As it turns out, the sharpness of this particular sense also helps to determine whether the grim reaper is near. A... 

The Assault Rifle You Can Make At Home, For A Mere $1,200

Are you a fan of rifles? This might sound like good news then: making semi-automatic rifles at home without any background checks, serial numbers and waiting period is about to become a piece of cake. The guy responsible for the world’s first ever 3D... 

14 Things About Coffee You Didn’t Know Before

Here are 14 things about Coffee you didn’t know before. 1. It is believed that coffee was first used in Ethiopia but it was eaten rather than drunk. The beans were ground up and turned into energy bars after they were mixed with animal fat. 2.... 

This Cancer-Detecting Yoghurt Could Replace Colonoscopies

I am sure most people would agree that anything entering something as sensitive as the anal cavity is sure to bother. Yes, anything at all. This puts invasive medical procedures such as colonoscopy into question. Physician Sangeeta Bhatia has been busy... 

Woman Gives Birth To First Child Born Following A Womb Transplant

We have heard of all sorts of organs being transplanted but what about a mother’s womb? Could that be transplanted, one wonders. A successful experiment in Sweden seems to have made it possible afterall. A Swedish woman with a transplanted womb only... 

This Is How You Can Make An ‘Invisibility Cloak’ At Home For Less Than $100

We all have something or the other to hide, don’t we? Physicists from University of Rochester were well aware of that and went on to create a cloaking device that serves that purpose. However, that’s not even the best part about it; you can create...