Quantum computer technology now capable of holding data with 99 percent accuracy
The latest breakthrough in quantum computing can be achieved using a silicon chip — the same materials that are used in conventional computers.
Michelangelo meets the light-emitting diode in Sistine Chapel lighting retrofit
Adam finally gets his chance to shine in the (non-damaging) spotlight thanks to an LED overhaul set to undo the dim atmospherics of the 15th century chapel.
Earlier this year, Canadian engineer Aidin Delnavaz placed a pair of industrial earmuffs on his head, adjusted a special strap beneath his chin, and waited for the material to start harvesting energy while he chewed gum for two minutes.
He only generated a small amount of wattage, but it was enough for the researchers to conclude that wearing the chin strap for the duration of a meal could power a small hearing aid for two hours.
10 text etiquette do’s and don’ts
Watch your tone and keep it short. And the biggest of them all: Think before you text.
Hungry? Just hit ‘print’
3-D food printers could revolutionize the way we make meals. Take a look at the variety of foods — from chicken nuggets to carrots — that can be printed.
New way to make oxygen doesn’t need plants
All you need are some carbon dioxide molecules and a special laser.
Flying selfie cam captures your picture from the perfect hovering angle
Wearable drone could revolutionize our favorite form of vain photography.
New quantum camera capable of snapping photos of ‘ghosts’
Spooky quantum cameras can capture images from photons that never encountered the objects pictured.
College student invents gel that halts bleeding
Veti-Gel is a synthetic version of ECM, which binds cells together and initiates the clotting process.