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This $5,900 Workstation Lets You Work Lying Down 1
In case you share the idea that carrying out work on desks is too mainstream, there is now an interesting alternative available for you. A startup based in Sonoma Valley called Artwork has recently unveiled a brand new product. Termed as the Altrwork Station, this new workstation enables people...
Gravity Bikes - Look Mom, No Pedals!
Bicycles have not changed much since the beginning of the 20th century; sure they're made of different materials but they still have two wheels, pedals, brakes, chain, and frame. Innovation in the bike is long overdue and apparently Jeff Tiedeken agrees because his Gravity Bike is definitely something out...
India's move into solar sees early paying off
The price of solar power has plummeted in recent months to levels rivaling that of coal, positioning the renewable source as a viable mainstream option in a country where 300 million people live without electricity. Solar prices are now within 15% of coal, according to KPMG. If current trends hold,...
China to Build World's Largest Air Passenger Terminal For The New Beijing Airport 1
The latest images by Zaha Hadid Architects display the design of the soon-to-be the largest airport passenger terminal in Beijing, China. ADP Ingenierie (ADPI) has collaborated to help design the new terminal building that can now accommodate 45 million passengers each year. That is one heck of an achievement,...
Russia Plans to use Nukes to Fly to Mars in 45 Days
Last week, their national nuclear corporation Rosatom announced it is building a nuclear engine that will reach Mars in a month and a half-with fuel to burn for the trip home. Both countries prematurely quashed their nuclear thermal propulsion programs. "A nuclear contraption should not be too far off, not too...
Lab-grown meat might be healthier than the real stuff
Scientists and businesses working full steam to produce lab-created meat claim it will be healthier than conventional meat and more environmentally friendly. Four months ago, the American company Memphis Meats fried the first-ever lab meatball. The Dutch and the Americans claim that within a few years lab-produced meats will start appearing...
Students Have Developed An Electric Wheelchair That Can Climb Stairs
A final year project by a student seems to have the potential to change lives of many disabled folks the world over. Termed Scalevo, this is a mix of a Segway and a wheelchair. The two wheel wheelchair can climb stairs. Courtesy of gyroscopic technology, this wheelchair is akin...
SpiNNaker: Million-Processor Computer That Can Simulate Workings Of Human Brain
A human brain is going to cost one million high speed ARM processors as scientists are currently developing a computer that will be able to simulate the processing of a human brain. Yet, the important thing is that despite of one million processors, the proposed computer will be able...
This Awesome Lamp Is Powered With Gravity - Requires No Batteries, Electricity or Sunlight
Electricity is a provision that is so readily available to us that we tend to forget that there is a vast majority in this world that has no access to it. This deprivation of electricity leaves billions of people to rely on such things as kerosene lamps for the...
Japan Plans To Build World's Largest Floating Solar Power Plants 1
Japan seems to be in full support of renewable energy resources. Despite the shortage of free space, it stresses on the need for exploring renewable energy resources. For this particular reason, two solar panel companies have recently announced their team up for the purpose of building two big solar...

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