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3 Technologies Reshaping The Medical Industry 

Skepticism of innovative medical technology is absurd.  Let’s just say it exceeds the number of patients coming in the world’s largest medical facilities and be done with it. Maybe that’s true and maybe it isn’t. The point is – and it’s becoming common knowledge – technological advancements are reshaping the medical industry and redefining its future. Medical has become a ... Read More »

WorldView-3 Launches; The first Commercial high-spectral resolution Satellite

Mirror Mirror on the wall, who has the highest spectral resolution of them all ? WorldView-3. World’s highest spectral resolution commercial satellite , WorldView-3, has launched with a promise of revolutionizing disaster management, crop study and every other field related to remote sensing. With a ground resolution of 50 cm, it can take incredibly detailed images that will show even ... Read More »

3 Differences between Military Computers and Yours

So you just bought one of those fancy, new, cylindrical Mac Pros. You spared no expense. You checked all the boxes, maxed out the SSD and RAM. You even threw in a copy of Aperture, Final Cut, and Logic X just for the fun of it. They will make nice additions to your pro software collection, which includes a copy ... Read More »

There is Water INSIDE the Earth

Ringwoodite is an extremely rare gemstone, which is a highly-pressurized form of a material called Olivine.  So, when Ringwoodite is exposed to low pressure, it turns into Olivine. Ringwoodite has previously been found in meteorites and prepared inside laboratories. Olivine is very common underground but no one had ever found any evidence of Ringwoodite in the earth’s mantle. Graham Pearson ... Read More »

3D Printing Saves a Life

3D printed heart

3D printing is the next big thing, the new revolution. And it’s only showing signs of growing. 3D printing has been used in 3D food, 3D prosthetics, 3D car parts and now it has been used in a diagnosis that saved the life of a 1-year old child, Roland Lian Cung Bawi. Roland’s heart had a hole in it along ... Read More »

10 Amazing Chemical Reaction GIFs

10 Amazing Chemical Reaction GIFs

Most people find Chemistry boring, only because of the fact that schools don’t properly show awesome Chemistry can look (which is what students like to see, but they don’t get the chance). It’s time to get your head out of chemical equations and see how some of those reactions look in real life. 10. Snake Venom in Blood And this ... Read More »

10 Science Predictions

Science Prediction

Future is uncertain. There’s no way to predict what will actually but we can always make a guess. Here are some predictions in technology for the next 50 years. Note that we’re already transitioning into some of them quickly and each claim has a backing; Some work has been done on each ‘prediction’ and is not completely a fantasy. 1. ... Read More »

10 Surprising Things That Actually Exist in Nature

Shimmering Shores

Nature is weird, Nature is beautiful. But that’s how we like it. But nature can be extra weird at times. Here are some phenomena which exist but people don’t usually know. The list is ordered with coolness increasing from top to bottom. 10.Lake Hillier Located in Australia. The definite cause for the bubblegum pink color still haven’t been proven but ... Read More »

An Artificial Muscle that may allow Super Strength

Crysis Muscle Strength

A team of researchers at Berkeley Laboratory at the University of California have managed to design a micro-sized muscle that is about a 1000 times stronger than a human muscle and can catapult objects 50 times heavier than itself over a distance 5 times its length in a shocking time span of 60 milliseconds. To put this in perspective, 60 milliseconds is a smaller time than the blink ... Read More »