technology

But Can it Catch? Chemical Computer Recognises a Sphere

The prototype of a chemical computer detects a sphere ...

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Building a Digital Wall – The Mechanics of Smartphone Interruptions

Smartphone interruptions: Are yours relentless and annoying? ...

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What Makes Big Ben Bong? Acoustic Researchers Vibe Westminster

Engineers reveal why Big Ben produces distinct tone...

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Optimistic By Definition: 30drop on Techno’s Future (Interview)

'Technology will be the vehicle that leads us to that new revolution'...

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Print Me a New House, Boffin! Digital Fabrication

Digital fabrication in architecture ...

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Twitterbuzz? Bird Monitoring By Drone

oo! Bird monitoring by drone! People invent thing. People use thing for stuff. People using thing for stuff write about using thing for stuff. People writing about using thing for stuff issue press...

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So Alone? Flex-N-Feel with the Tactile Internet Love Glove

Technology puts 'touch' into long-distance relationships ...

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Hunting the Inner Crocodile: Neurocinematic Methods

Unleash your inner crocodile (but only after you've bought the popcorn)...

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That’s Siiiick! Michigan State’s Bacteria Detector

Faster way of detecting bacteria could save your life ...

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Staggering Scenes: The Fine Art of Neurocinematic Studies

On the treadmill, no-one can hide. New techniques of pre-testing audience response...

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Hacking the Android Pattern Lock in Five Moves

Your Android device's Pattern Lock can be cracked within 5 attempts ...

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Neurocinematic Testing: Will It Make You Scream?

t is always hard to predict the response of a massed audience, and almost impossible to objectively assess creative works. In the present information boom and flourishing ‘attention...

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Strong, but Itchy. Armourers Update the Hairshirt for 2017

Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor ...

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Want a More Intense Workout? Ditch the Phone

Your phone could curb the intensity of your workout ...

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Crystal Clear Carbon Capture

Crystallization method offers new option for carbon capture from ambient air ...

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Drug-Producing Artificial Leaf Can Grow Paracetemol on Mars

Artificial leaf serves as mini-factory for drugs ...

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We Don’t ‘Like’: Social Media and Depression

Multi-social millennials are more likely to be depressed than their peers...

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Classroom Internet Use Leads to Lower Grades

Internet use in class tied to lower test scores ...

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Blasting Out of the Vortex: Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism

From catastrophe comes creativity - Sail into the Vortex....

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Soft-Touch Robotics, Coming to a Rub Shop Near You

New robot has a human touch ...

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Modified Sawdust Mops Up Oil Spills

Sawdust reinvented into super sponge for oil spills ...

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Hi Donaldski, It’s Me, Vladski! Printing Secret Messages on an Inkjet

Researchers create hidden images with commercial inkjet printers ...

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3D Print Your Own Music Career (Don’t Blame Us if it’s Short-Lived)

3-D printed wind instruments in any shape or form...

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Don’t Tell the Japanese. New Ways of Tracking Blue Whales

New forecast tool helps ships avoid blue whale hotspots ...

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Cow Goes Moo: Disney’s Artificial Intelligence Project Gets Ears

Artificial intelligence-based system associates images with sounds ...

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Forget Hornby, How About 3D Printing the Universe?

Physicists make it possible to 3-D print your own baby universe ...

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The Next Step for Renewable Energy. Literally

Move over, solar: The next big renewable energy source could be at our feet ...

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Fuzzy Logic, Artisan Mathematicians: The Quest for Organic Computers

Turning to the brain to reboot computing ...

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Now That’s Impressive: Water-Powered Satellite to Orbit Moon

Cornell's quest: Make the first CubeSat to orbit the moon...

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New Tech to Classify Galaxy Types, instead of Pesky Humans

Perhaps it's the fault of digital watches, but humans are rubbish at describing galaxies. Report...

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