05/21/2018 / By David Williams

Many different types of energy sources are available in the world right now. But at the same time, these energy

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05/21/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Los Angeles-based researchers working for the U.S. Army announced that they have finally found the signature of the elusive Majorana

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05/21/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Washington-based researchers have developed a biogenic formula that can restore lost minerals in the teeth due to wear and tear, as

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05/20/2018 / By Ethan Huff

As if things weren’t already bad enough for Mark Zuckerberg’s baby, Facebook (the world’s least trusted company at this point),

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05/18/2018 / By Jayson Veley

As part of the growing push to make the world a greener place to live, researchers at the National University

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05/18/2018 / By David Williams

Plastic pollution is a very serious problem in many different parts of the world. It has caused a great deal

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05/18/2018 / By David Williams

Facial recognition technology is now being applied to all sorts of things. Recently, a fugitive was arrested for unspecified economic

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05/17/2018 / By David Williams

Picture yourself going on a typical Sunday drive – but not in a regular gas-powered car. Instead, imagine driving an all-electric

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05/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Saudi Arabia, in partnership with Japanese conglomerate SoftBank, is planning to create the largest solar project in the world, as the

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05/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The first experimental Hyperloop track in Europe is being laid down in Toulouse, France. Measuring just a little over 1,000

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05/16/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

Artificial intelligence is merging with human thinking, providing mental shortcuts that allow your life to be more easily scheduled and

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05/16/2018 / By David Williams

Data centers, which are typically used to handle data when people access online services or the internet in general, can

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05/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The body cameras worn by police officers may one day serve as the metaphorical hundred eyes of an artificial intelligence

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05/16/2018 / By David Williams

As the saying goes: “All good things come to an end.” Solar panel technology is certainly no exception – this

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