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It's Easter Safari time again in Moab, and that means it's time for Jeep to roll out another seven terrific concept vehicles to titillate the crowd. And again, they deliver, with a diverse range of obtuse angles on the classic American off-roader...Continue Reading Ultra-light 4Speed leads this year's 7 Jeep Easter Safari conceptsCategory: AutomotiveTags: Concept Cars Easter Je
When uranium enrichment plants are shut down, you can't just take the wrecking ball to them – you first have to remove and dispose of any still-radioactive piping. Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a robot that should make finding those bits of problematic pipe much easier...Continue Reading Robot crawls through pipes to locate uraniumCategory: RoboticsTags: Carn
When the water in the rooftop cooling towers of a building's air conditioning system gets infected with Legionella bacteria, people in the building can get potentially-fatal Legionnaires' disease. Therefore, it's important to check that water for the bacteria on a regular basis. A new chip is promised to do it faster than ever...Continue Reading Chip detects Legionnaires' bacteria in minutes,
You've gotta watch what you eat and drink … but if you need a little help doing so, a new tooth-mounted antenna-like sensor could help. Designed by scientists at Tufts University in Massachusetts, it's currently able to track its wearer's intake of glucose, salt and alcohol...Continue Reading Tooth-mounted sensor tracks what you eatCategory: Health & WellbeingTags: Diet
The fridge is a common sight in our kitchens, but with the traditional system of chilling comes a high cost to the environment innovations are springing up that keep our food cold without overheating the planet...Continue Reading Rethinking the fridge: Innovative new ways to keep food coolCategory: Good ThinkingTags: Related Articles: The best camping gadgets, gifts and ge
A new interactive online map highlights the places which could be hardest hit by climate change in the future. The map is accessible to anyone with an internet connection and can be used to compare climates of different locations around the world. Its creators say it could help predict places where extreme weather events like tornadoes could happen in the future, even if there haven't been ma 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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