Tag Archives: technology

Holographic electronics

Holographic technology is a concept which seems to be straight from science fiction the way it projects 3D light images. These    ... more

Building the matrix

The path towards further developing the virtual world and large-scale simulation technology seems to have recently been solidified by a considerable    ... more

A cardiovascular evaluation

The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body, a muscular organ responsible for circulating blood around    ... more

A charitable concept

With the numerous options to support charities available, certain retailers aim to make supporting a charity easier by automatically donating a    ... more

Voluntary well-being

The act of volunteering may be an activity undertaken for several reasons. Whether seeking to meet new people, gain new skills    ... more

The future draws near

The medium of video games might capture the imagination of players through the worlds they might explore, the characters they meet    ... more

Global mobile assembly

In modern society, smartphones seem to be an indispensable technological achievement which connects with a multitude of aspects throughout daily life.    ... more

The human bond

The human brain is believed to be the most complex organ in the body, responsible for processing information, regulating important functions    ... more

An autonomous stretch

It was October 20th, 2015 when the world's first self-driving car took its debut voyage. The journey was conducted by Google’s    ... more

The next frontier

The phrase “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” may have come about as a result of the    ... more

Artistic domains

For the past few years, platforms such as tumblr.com, Instagram and pages on Facebook may have been used as the dominant    ... more

Thawing through the law

Last week, the landmark case regarding the cryonic freezing of a terminal 14 year-old was settled by the Honorable Mr. Justice    ... more

Enter a digital playground

When evolving a franchise, the creative team involved may strive to learn from their previous work. They may take any lessons    ... more

Drawing new roads

On October 14th, 2016, SoftBank Group Corporation (SBG) announced plans to form a private fund for making investments in the technology sector    ... more

Virtual reality check

As humanity continues to evolve in a variety of ways the methods of media consumption may have progressed in sync. From    ... more

A ferm hypothesis

Particle physics has seen a week of new discoveries, having found evidence of two theoretical particles - the “Weyl Fermion” and    ... more

A leg to stand on

An innovative prosthetic leg design that anchors directly onto the bone has just been approved by the FDA. The design may    ... more

Spark of mystery

In a world-first, researchers appear to have discovered a material that may act as both a conductor and an insulator simultaneously,    ... more

A mammoth task

A team of researchers at the University of Chicago carried out the first in-depth analysis of the woolly mammoth genome recently.    ... more

New blood

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has announced the first trial to give synthetic blood to human volunteers. Scientists are aiming    ... more

On another planet

There seems to be a considerable buzz around Mars as the next ‘giant leap for mankind’. In particular, the crowd funded    ... more

Flashing into view

Researchers at the INRS (Institut national de la recherche scientifique) in Canada may have unearthed a way to guide electrical discharges    ... more

Might still waters run deep?

Saturn’s moon Titan beholds vast seas and lakes brimming with liquid hydrocarbons, however what causes this has proven a secret. Using    ... more

Broad strokes

A new test might be able to detect every virus that someone has ever harboured from a single drop of blood.    ... more

A wider frame of mind

The most comprehensive evidence to date of schizophrenia’s causes has been produced by an international team of scientists led by researchers    ... more

Shape-shifting, scuttling, microbots

Researchers from MIT and Technische Universität München unfurled an untethered miniature origami robot that self-folds, walks, swims, and degrades at ICRA    ... more

Refreshing the memory

According to new research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), memories that have “vanished” through amnesia might now possibly be restored.    ... more

Whispering clouds and the supernatural

Benches reimagined as light shows, musical plants and personal light orchestras might become a reality for Bristol. Watershed recently announced its    ... more

Knee-deep in data

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is reportedly developing computer tools as part of its Memex programme to probe the    ... more

Changing face of Journalism

Facebook, a social networking site, announces the launch of Instant Articles; a new mobile news product that may allow publishers create    ... more

Teenage breakthrough

As a 15-year-old sophomore at North County High School, Maryland, US, Jack Andraka may be far from an average young man.    ... more

A CRISPR understanding

Last week, Nature Biotechnology published a report voicing thoughts from leading researchers, ethicists and business leaders from across the world on    ... more

Bridging an ancient gap

Within deep hydrothermal vents beneath the Arctic Ocean, scientists have discovered an organism that may be the evolutionary link between simple    ... more

A rush of blood

Scientists have discovered an enzyme that may be able to change a person’s blood type by cutting away antigens in types    ... more

Age before science

Scientists may have learned how to reverse human ageing. Researchers from the Salk Institute in the US and the Chinese Academy    ... more

Bare-bones investigation

The Museum of London has reportedly announced new, ground-breaking research to be undertaken on skeletons from the collection, adding to their    ... more

Hot off the press

A team at the University of Utah has just announced the discovery of a vast magma reservoir underneath Yellowstone National Park    ... more

A snapshot of the future

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have invented the world’s first prototype video camera that is fully self-powered. It is capable of producing    ... more

An idle brain

Researchers at Northwestern University in the US appear to have progressed brain-like’ computing further than ever before. The human brain –    ... more

A star springs to life

Complex organic molecules, the building blocks of life, have been detected in a young star system for the first time. The    ... more

NASA flexes their muscles

Last night, NASA rocketed off an advanced material from Cape Canaveral in Florida to the International Space Station aiming to examine    ... more

A leading light

Korean electronics giant LG recently unveiled its new televisions at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The international event    ... more

Water under the bridge

Question now surrounds whether comets delivered Earth’s enormous supply of water, according to Rosetta’s latest results. The results published in the    ... more

Striking a cord

Meinhardt’s team at the Dresden University of Technology in Germany successfully grew spinal cord-like tissue using mouse embryonic stem cells (mESCs).    ... more

Innovative energy development

A farm in Berkshire has become the first in the UK to install floating solar panels, in the aim that it    ... more

Lending a helping hand

Researchers are developing prosthetic limb technology, allowing amputees to more effectively interact with the world around them.  By integrating biology with    ... more

Creating the sense of bonding

Human communication often encompasses a mixture of senses. People connect with one and other through a combination of sight, sound, smell,    ... more

A city with electronic pavements

Every city has different ground: Barcelona may have wide pavements, Bangkok may possibly have narrow pavements; London offers buses, Lisbon offers    ... more

Confidence in a healthier alternative

Electronic cigarettes (e- cigarettes) are aiming to help a large number of individuals around the world improve their health by changing    ... more

Tongue in cheek

An organ that has been likened to an octopus’ tentacle, the complexity of the human tongue allows it to perform fast,    ... more