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01/09/2018 / By Ralph Flores

The future of science and technology is looking up — and it’s not just for man and machine. Plants are

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-09-technology-for-plants-engineers-have-developed-sensors-on-leaves.html

01/09/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Forget cold, metal shells — the robots of the tomorrow could be covered in soft, artificial muscles. That’s certainly what

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-09-researchers-have-developed-artificial-muscles-with-superhuman-speed-and-strength.html

01/08/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

We live in a society that is obsessed with oversharing. While it’s becoming increasingly difficult to tune out the trivial

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-08-creepy-new-ai-can-read-your-mind-by-decoding-your-brain-signals.html

01/08/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Millions of individuals with type 2 diabetes must remain vigilant when it comes to their blood sugar levels because this

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-08-researchers-have-developed-a-skin-patch-for-diabetics-produce-more-insulin.html

01/06/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Scientists and researchers from the University of Cambridge have revealed that they are currently developing nanotechnology that can “navigate” a patient’s

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-06-scientists-fighting-cancer-nanobots-bloodstream.html

01/05/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Robotic surgeons are taking the National Health Service (NHS) by storm. They are now being used to conduct surgical operations

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-05-rise-of-the-robosurgeon-but-not-better-than-humans.html

01/05/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A team of researchers at the University of Tokyo developed a pair of humanoid robots that can carry out a wide range

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-05-scientists-have-created-robots-that-have-rib-cages-flexible-spines-and-can-sweat.html

01/04/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Two major solar power plants – Switch Station 1 and Switch Station 2 – which generate a total of 179

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-04-solar-sector-still-growing-solar-power-output-rose-47-in-the-first-three-quarters-of-2017.html

01/04/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

From littering walkways and streets to illuminating them, dog poop may soon be fueling streetlamps across the United Kingdom. That’s

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-04-cool-multi-use-invention-street-lamp-powered-by-dog-poop-has-proven-to-be-a-successful-green-energy-and-waste-management-combo-in-the-u-k.html

01/03/2018 / By JD Heyes

There is an expression that some people ‘carry their heart on their sleeve,’ which means those people tend to openly

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-03-british-woman-now-carries-her-heart-around-in-a-backpack-after-an-amazing-life-saving-surgery.html

01/03/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Are robotic cats set to become the next big thing in elderly care? Scientists from Brown University seem to think so.

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-03-taking-orders-from-the-cat-scientists-have-created-an-ai-cat-robot-to-keep-the-elderly-company-and-remind-them-to-take-their-medication.html

01/03/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Researchers from the Rutgers University-New Brunswick have created a very powerful technique to identify tiny tumors and track their growth using light-radiating nanoparticles. This

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-03-scientists-are-using-light-for-faster-more-accurate-cancer-detection.html

01/01/2018 / By JD Heyes

If you are a subscriber to the streaming service Netflix, you may be aware of a new futuristic series produced

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-01-01-why-the-survival-of-humanity-may-soon-depend-on-citizens-using-guns-to-kill-robots.html

12/31/2017 / By Janine Acero

Beer could soon replace diesel and gasoline as a promising source of sustainable motor fuel by 2022, thanks to chemists

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2017-12-31-beer-as-a-renewable-fuel-vehicles-could-run-on-it-2022-without-having-to-be-altered.html