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DARPA Wants To Win Future Infantry Combats Using Augmented Reality Systems

By Dean Smith

DARPA hopes to bring rich, real-time situational awareness ability to soldiers and special infantry operatives in the near future. Awards research and development contracts to nine organizations under the SXCT program. A major edge of current US military installations around the world is the ability to have a multi-faceted picture of their operational environment, collaborate […]

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Panasonic Launches New CX TV Series This December

By Matthew Adams

4k is the buzzword when it comes to new TV launches. If you have not heard of 4k before, that is the ultra high-definition resolution that TVs are now supporting. That amounts to a 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution, which is now becoming prevalent. Having announced them in November, Panasonic has now launched […]

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Metal Particles Could Be The Clean Fuel Of The Future

By Tim Sandle

With the Paris climate change agreement having been reached (although perhaps not with the level of commitment to satisfy all environmentalists), there is a focus on many aspects of the environment, including renewables and ‘clean’ technologies. One area where there could be an innovative advance is with metal particles. These could provide the basis for […]

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Is Graphene The Basis Of Next-Gen Airplanes?

By Tim Sandle

Graphene could become the basis of a new generation of faster, lighter aircraft. The research is examining the potential of graphene reinforced aluminum matrix nanocomposites. Graphene, in its basic form, is a one-atom thick sheet of carbon. The material is light, transparent, strong and very conductive. In this new development, scientists are loing at graphene […]

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Scientist Produces First Completely Recyclable Biopolymer! All Plastic Products Could Be Recyclable And Renewable In The Future

By Dean Smith

Eugene Chen, a chemist at the Colorado State University, experimented on the monomer Gamma-butyrolactone to produce a biopolymer that can be fully recycled back to its original monomer state for re-use. The statistics show that on average than 200 pounds of synthetic polymers (most of these not biorenewable/biodegradable) are utilised per person each year and plastics […]

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Star Wars Themed Bionic Arm Developed

By Tim Sandle

To raise funds for a charity auction, the company Open Bionics has produced a 3D ed bionic arm. In anticipation for the forthcoming Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, the prosthetic arm has a Star Wars theme. The arm was built for Fashion Finds the Force, which is a Star Wars themed fashion collection. The […]

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