It seems like there are no limits to nanomedicine. The newest project is a nanorobot fed with harmful bacteria, viruses and fungi from the blood, which can replace the chromosomes from affected cells with a new chromosomes produced outside the patient's body.
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Foldable Smartphone is yet unknown piece of the technology on the market that is expected to see the light of the day this year.
Busy lifestyle has a huge influence on many aspects of our lives. We usually find ourselves in situations when we blame lack of time and busy schedule because our meal consists of fast food specialties. Time after time, our diet starts to be visible on our health and mood too, and it usually appears in a form of obesity, diabetes or blood pressure problems. That is the point when we start to pay attention to what we eat. Moley the robot chef seems to have a solution.
In the last few years technology is not just intended to serve people’s needs, but it goes step further paying more and more attention to the design of the new gadgets. As a result of that consumers are used to seeing regular products with a irresistible design we might want to hug.
AirBar is probably a device that is welcome, especially if you need a touch screen laptop, but you cannot afford it. This piece of technology enables you to turn your already existing non-touch-screen laptop into a touch screen.
In today’s development of communication technology we have reached a point where we can hear and speak with a person, or a group of people who are not on the same geographical point as we are. But what if it becomes possible to interact by touch, even though there is a geographical distance in between?
Sustainable biotech alternatives are absolute trend this time. There are so many inventions and for some of them it is hard to believe that they are true. Imagine leather made of mushrooms.
A smartwatch that uses your body heat to maintain its charge – sounds like a great solution. There is no need to worry whether the battery would die before you plug it to a charger, because the gadget will constantly be connected to one. Now it is possible with the new Matrix PowerWatch.
A paralyse 58-year-old woman from the Netherlands is the first that successfully uses a brain implant that helps her communicate using nothing but her thoughts.
A perfect personalized makeup mask – sounds like an ideal thing for most of the women. It can save the time that every morning is dedicated to the makeup routine, plus it is designed exactly for your skin. This magic could be available in the future with the newly invented Panasonic smart mirror.
Modern science went so far, that it is now possible to testify the communication between plants and humans. The story is about smart carbon-nanotube-enhanced spinach plants that can detect harmful chemicals and send warning about that.
There is a great deal of damage that has already been caused by the harmful gases released into the atmosphere. Even if the emission of carbon dioxide ends, the imbalance will still stay for centuries. A group of American researchers seem to have a sustainable approach that can contribute into reducing the carbon dioxide from the air and the oceans, at least theoretically.
Technology is great. It can enhance our lives, let us discover the world from the comfort of our own homes and brings about a whole lot of convenience. However, as much as technology and Internet allows us to reach farther outwards, it allows others to possibly reach us. Those who believe that all they need to be safe online is to clear their browser history and logout of their accounts are sorely mistaken.
Inkjet technology has been used since the 1950s, but wasn’t introduced for public use until the late 1970s. It was more widely used in the 1990s in homes as well as businesses. The process of inkjet printing involves placing tiny droplets of ink onto various types of paper to create a desired image. This is the most commonly used type of printing still today.
It's easy to start your laser engraving business doing rubber stamps, wooden plaques and plastic signs. However, concentrating on what everybody else is doing dulls the excitement and versatility that can come with engraving a lot of other unusual products and materials.