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Glow-in-the-Dark Roads Replace Street Lights In Netherlands

Glow-in-the-dark roads have been a popular discussion of late. They seem to be gaining popularity by the day. Vincent van Gogh concepts have finally been translated into reality in the Netherlands. This past week, a glow-in-the-dark bike route kicked... 

Human Poop-Powered Bus Takes To UK Roads

You would not usually imagine human poop being put to many uses. Infact, the very mention of it would make many gross out. You might be surprised to know that brown is the new green in the UK. That didn’t sound quite right; to clarify, Britain is using... 

Tiger Stone Paving Machine Rolls Out Roads Like Carpet

Building new roads can easily break one’s back. However, we all know how engineers are always trying to come up with ways to make processes better and simpler. Guess what, they now have a fresh brand of machinery which can churn out a road in an instant... 

Watch Japan’s Maglev Train Reach Speeds Of 500km/h

Japanese love the speed of their trains but their desire to go faster than ever before never seems to die. Now they have come out with a new train which races between cities at speeds as high as 500 kilometers per hour. Recently, 100 passengers boarded... 

This New Technology Shows Nurses Where Your Veins Are

Nurses often struggle to locate the vein before they can draw a patient’s blood. Patients become vary of the fact that their arms needs to be jabbed at before being told that their veins are tough to spot. How ridiculous does that sound? If you share... 

This Thought-Controlled Robotic Arm Possesses The Sense Of Touch

This is probably as good as it gets with prosthetic limbs and hands. Latest developments in neuroprosthetics allow the implantation of electrodes that mimic not just the movement but also enhanced control and sense of touch. These two neuroprosthesis... 

New Ultra-Fast Charging Li-Ion Batteries Last for 20 Years

Who likes waiting? None, I’d presume. When it is about waiting for your smartphone to recharge, the wait is even more annoying. However, this could very well change for the better soon enough. Thanks to the efforts of Singaporean researchers, a fresh... 

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... 

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...