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All About Today's Innovative Protective Eyewear
Safety glasses provided an added security to workers that can be the difference between keeping your vision or losing it. There’s nothing worse than getting hurt because you weren’t wearing the proper protection. Over half a million people injure their eyes on the job every year, injuries that would have...
Modern Instrumentation Applications of Motion Systems
The ability to measure different types of materials with precision is key to accurate data collection. Even the slightest inaccuracies could compromise the results of important research projects, something that industries such as pharmaceuticals and biomedicine must avoid at all costs. Faulty readings and conclusions could give certain populations...
Volkswagen to compete in Electric Car market in US
Volkswagen AG is going on the offensive in North America, challenging the likes of General Motors and Ford Motor Co. with a wave of new light trucks and battery-powered cars. VW's namesake marque will expand its range of SUVs, crossovers, and sedans and start making electric autos in North America...
Your antivirus might not be protecting you from "AtomBombing"
Security researchers have discovered a new way that allows malware to inject malicious code into other processes without being detected by antivirus programs and other endpoint security systems. The new method was devised by researchers from security firm Ensilo who dubbed it AtomBombing because it relies on the Windows atom...
Vertical Farming Is The New Trend
With the world population expected to be 11 billion by 2100, how are we going to feed more of these hungry mouths? A new trend is expected to assist on that front vertical farming. Vertical farming doesn't promise to radically change the way we farm, only make it more efficient, productive,...
Kabuku and Honda partner to create first 3D printed delivery service car
Japan, a very mountainous and populous country, roads, homes, and cars are necessarily small to accommodate everything. It's therefore hardly surprising that the first 3D printed car developed in Japan would also be on the smaller size, though who would've expected this? Kabuku and Honda have teamed to 3D print...
How the Swipe Changed how We Interact with Smartphone Games
We have long been used to scrolling, typing and clicking as our main means of interacting with our computers, ever since the mouse was invented. Today, the touch screen has given us a whole new range of motion and new techniques for controlling our devices. Now we can swipe,...
Uber's autonomous cars offering free rides to lucky passengers
Today, Uber's self-driving autonomous cars began picking up passengers in Pittsburgh, PA. As part of their bid to build an empire that consists of cars that drive themselves, Uber just launched partially self-driving taxis. Don't get too excited about taking one for a spin yourself, an engineer will be in the...
Get ready for the 'impossible' to become 'possible'
An actual EM Drive is about to be launched into space for the first time, so scientists can finally figure out, once and for all if it really is possible for a rocket engine to generate thrust without any kind of exhaust or propellant. Built by American inventor and chemical...
Scientist are now closer to creating a true bionic human
Sharath Sriram and his research team at RMIT have built an artificial memory cell that could one day function as the grey matter in a bionic brain. Capable of mimicking the human brain and the way it stores information over the long term, the brain-like system can also "Learn", simultaneously...

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Volkswagen NILS: The Electric F1 Car Of The Future [PICS]

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Volkswagen has designed a new single seater all electric concept car, named NILS. The inspiration for the design comes from open-wheel Formula 1 race cars....