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Innovation Technology

MIT’s Mini Cheetah: The First Four-Legged Robot Who Can Do A Perfect Backflip

Andrea D. Steffen
Last year, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) created the Cheetah 3 robot that could leap and gallop across rough terrain, climb a staircase littered with debris, and quickly recover its balance when suddenly yanked
Environment Innovation Science Sustainability Technology

A Recycling Method That Uses Single-Use Plastic Bags To Power Our Smartphones

Andrea D. Steffen
Scientists from Purdue University have developed a procedure that converts the plastic of single-use bags into the carbon chips that are found in lithium batteries. These are the batteries used to power portable electronics, toys,
Innovation

The Best Solar Charged Glow-In-The-Dark Bicycle And Pedestrian Paths Around The World

Andrea D. Steffen
Van Gogh’s Starry Night In Netherlands By Daan Roosegaarde Artist Daan Roosegaarde created one of the most astonishing (and possibly the first in the world back in 2014) examples of a public pathway that glows
Innovation Science Technology

Nanoparticle Coating Prevents Glass From Fogging Up By Using Only Light

Andrea D. Steffen
Goggles and windshields are very important safety items that must remain perfectly clear for good visibility. If they fog up, then they are no longer safe and become a danger rather than a protection. Unfortunately,
Health Innovation Science

Special Nanoparticles Awaken Immune Cells To Fight Cancer

Andrea D. Steffen
The search for drugs that spur the immune system to fight tumors has led scientists to experiment with tiny nanoparticles. These microscopic miracles, smaller than the width of a human hair, might help the body’s
Environment Innovation

Major Plastic Producer Has Turned Over 100 Tons (And Counting) Of Plastic Waste Into Roads

Andrea D. Steffen
Dow Chemical is one of the world’s largest plastic producers. In an effort to reduce their environmental impact, they have begun building roads out of recycled plastic as a way to minimize waste. While the
Innovation Technology

This New Smoke Detector Can Tell The Difference Between Real Fires And Cooking Mishaps

Andrea D. Steffen
There is a new wireless smoke detector on the market that can tell the difference between a cooking mistake versus your house going up in flames. That’s right, this wonderful device has the ability to
Innovation Technology

Goodyear Unveils Flying Car Tire Concept: They Work As Wheels And As Propellers

Andrea D. Steffen
The Goodyear facility in Luxembourg has designed the most futuristic tire yet. It is just a concept and doesn’t actually exist for now, but the company presented the idea recently at the Geneva Motor Show
Environment Innovation

Biodegradable Mardi Gras Beads Could Help Save The Environment

Luana Steffen
With these biodegradable Mardi Gras beads, party goers can have fun, guilt-free! Although the celebration may be fun, it is terrible for the environment. Every year Mardi Gras produces up to 1,000 tons of trash,
Environment Innovation Sustainability

Bricks Made From Human Waste Are Better And Require Less Energy

Andrea D. Steffen
Eat, Poop, Brick, Building… What You Eat Is What You Live In By turning biosolids into bricks you can recycle the world’s stockpiles of treated sewage sludge and boost sustainability in the construction industry, both

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