A Covid-19 test that is highly accurate, takes just ten minutes and can be done using a smartphone: According to French researchers, such a test could soon be on its way after […]
The largest analogue synthesizer in the world
Ever wondered what your brain activity would sound like? Well, artist and neuroscientist Angie Coombes wondered as well and to find an answer she has converted her brainwave activity into sounds with […]
Curing ‘racism’: Doctor training is racist at its core – UK medical school
The UK’s Bristol Medical School says the training of doctors in Britain is inherently racist, adding that urgent action needs to be taken to examine why teaching mainly focuses on how illnesses […]
Electric planes and how they could transform aviation
Sustainable Energy finds out about how innovation could transform aviation.
Anti-drone gun: Kalashnikov presents its REX-1
Russian weapons manufacturer Kalashnikov demonstrated its REX-1 anti-drone gun at the International Military-Technical Forum ‘Army 2017’ expo. Rex-1 is a non-lethal device that works by severing the connection between a quadcopter and […]
The Father Of Quality Lager
Carlsberg Research Lab Rebrews The Father of Quality Lager.
Hyperloop hype: Tech companies battle for the future of travel
Hurtling through magnetised tubes at speeds over 1,000 kilometres per hour… that’s what two competing start-ups are hoping to achieve, as they compete to develop Hyperloop. The tech industry is preparing for […]
Solar-powered plane lands in California
An experimental plane flying around the world without a single drop of fuel landed in California after a two-and-a-half day flight across the Pacific. Video footage from KGO.
Patient plays sax during brain surgery
A patient in a Spanish hospital played the saxophone, while surgeons removed a tumour from his brain. Carlos Aguilera, a 27-year-old saxophonist, was conscious during the 12-hour surgery at the Regional Hospital of […]
What does two degrees celsius global warming look like in Copenhagen, Denmark?
Even two degrees of global warming will ‘lock in’ long-term sea level rise around the world. In Copenhagen, Denmark, sea level could ultimately rise by 4.6 metres, though this will take many […]