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Swiss and Lithuanian startup Citybirds has been making human-powered kickscooters for a few years now, but has revealed what it's calling the "thinnest and lightest electric scooter" at the ISPO trade expo in Munich, Germany. Named the Eagle, the e-scooter will roll for up to 30 km and get up to 25 km/h, and a display on the handlebars will be able to sync with a smartphone to show navigation
The 33rd Festival Automobile International was held in Paris this week, hosting an elite event that is a cross between the Automotive Oscars and 'Design Week for Cars.' The highlight of the week is the awarding of The Most Beautiful Car of The Year (2017), The Most Beautiful Supercar of The Year, The Most Beautiful Concept Car of The Year, the Futuristic City Cars Grand Prize, The Most Beaut
A project funded by the UK government and industry partners is aiming to develop a self-driving vehicle that's capable of motoring along just like a proficient human driver. Hailed as the "most ambitious connected and autonomous vehicle project in the UK," the HumanDrive vehicle will eventually embark on a journey of more than 200 miles (over 300 km) on public roads throughout the UK, includi
Amyloid beta deposits, or plaques, in the brain are the most commonly hypothesized causative agent behind Alzheimer's disease. A new breakthrough blood test, developed by an international team of scientists, can reportedly measure the concentration of these amyloid beta concentrations using just a tiny blood sample...Continue Reading Alzheimer's blood test promises detection years before symp
Britain's Lister Motor Company has rolled out its latest Jaguar-based sportscar, the Thunder. Touted as the most powerful, and most luxurious road car in Lister's 65-year history, it is based on the Jaguar F-Type and boasts that car's supercharged V8 and a bespoke exterior and interior...Continue Reading Lister builds on Jaguar F-type for 200-mph Thunder supercarCategory: AutomotiveTags:
Curiosity has had quite a journey since it touched down on Mars in August 2012, and now the little rover that could has taken a moment to look back. Literally. From its perch on a ridge partway up Mount Sharp, Curiosity has snapped a panorama of Gale Crater, capturing many of the geological features the rover has explored and investigated over the years...Continue Reading Curiosity looks back
SpaceX's rocket landings have become almost routine in just a short couple of years, but the company is still looking to push the boundaries. It was doing just that as a Falcon 9 booster came hurtling back to Earth toward the Atlantic Ocean, an encounter it was not expected to survive. But survive it did...Continue Reading SpaceX recoups a rocket without really tryingCategory: SpaceTags:
Everyone's favorite wonder material, graphene, has been wrung through just about every experiment on Earth – which means it's about time it was taken beyond Earth. A European team has tested graphene in simulated microgravity for the first time, an important step towards realizing the material's promising applications in space...Continue Reading Graphene tested in microgravity for first timeC
A new discovery has been made at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, that has nothing to do with space. A sandstone slab covered in fossilized footprints has been excavated from the grounds, giving us a glimpse into a day-in-the-life of the area about 100 million years ago. The slab contains 70 tracks from at least eight different species, including rarely-seen interact
Anxiety is an important emotional state, having evolved to help us be on guard in the face of potential threats. But in the modern world anxiety manifests in a multitude of dysfunctional ways, leaving many people suffering from debilitating disorders. A new study has opened up a potential pathway to future anti-anxiety treatments after effectively demonstrating the identification of specific is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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