Researchers at the University of Bristol have managed to transform radioactive graphite waste into efficient diamond batteries with a lifespan of over 5,000 years.
It may sound like the kind of science fiction contraptions that would show up in a James Bond film or some other futuristic Hollywood spectacle… but these weapons are now making their way to the battlefield.
You probably know by now that plugging a random USB into your PC is the digital equivalent of swallowing a pill handed to you by a stranger on the New York subway. But serial hacker Samy Kamkar's latest invention may make you think of your computer
recently Hawking made some comments in an interview with Anderson Cooper about a brain booster that would become the biggest event in human history.
The SecondShore bike path may give cyclists in Chicago a better commute.
Minivans don't get enough love. They may scream, "I caved to reality," but for many families, they're the perfect choice: practical, comfortable, reasonable. Now, a year after introducing a revamped Pacifica, Chrysler is offering a plug-in hy
Using specially-engineered metamaterials, researchers at the University of California San Diego (UC San Diego) have created the world's first microelectronic device that does not use semiconductors, but instead employs low-power laser optical control
(NaturalNews) As the evidence supporting marijuana's healing properties continues to grow, the number of businesses getting involved with the commercialization of the plant also continues to expand.
Almost everyone Jared Rosenthal does business with has a secret or a suspicion, something they hold close and keep confidential and do not share even with those nearest to them.
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With the advent of commercial spaceflight, more people will be travelling into space, and they'll need something to wear. This week, at a lab inside an Ottawa airport, astronaut candidates have been trying on a new prototype of a commercial spacesu
The Waste Shark is about the size of a passenger car and can vacuum up 1,100 pounds of floating trash. Because it can work 24/7, it's incredibly efficient.
Dieters will be able to have their cake and eat it after scientists developed a device which makes low-sugar food taste sweeter.
(NaturalNews) Tens of millions of people are deficient in vitamin D largely because they don't get enough natural sunlight every day. But a new wearable device can help with that.
Small 'leaf' turbines on tree-like devices generate micro-electricity, in turn, powering lamps, electric cars, and even houses and buildings.
This low-cost, low-tech water condenser could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world that lack regular access to clean, drinkable water.
Having a smart meter installed doesn't mean an electric customer is interested in, or aware of, clean energy products and services. Conversely, new research shows plenty of consumers without advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) want a smart therm