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Laser-based blood glucose monitor promises a less prickly way to keep diabetes in check


For a number of years now, various research groups have been examining the potential for lasers applied to the skin to measure blood-glucose levels in an effort to put an end to the daily finger-pricks and meticulous blood sampling performed by diabetics.

"Unhackable" RFID chip to keep your credit cards safe


Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips have made cashless payments commonplace and opened the way to automatic inventory control.

Battery anodes made from pollen are nothing to sneeze at


As our dependence on mobile devices grows and we continue the shift to electric vehicles, there is a need to not only develop better performing batteries but find more accessible and sustainable materials with which to build them.

Review: Volvo hits home with 2016 Volvo S60 and V60


Ever since Saab left the streets, Volvo has taken over as the "professor's car" of choice. Yet, the S60 sedan and its V60 wagon are some of the most driver-friendly and family-oriented vehicles we've encountered in the midsize premium segment.

Research says BPA replacement in plastics not safer


The BPA-free trend started after studies found a link between bisphenol A (BPA) and health issues such as early puberty and prostate cancers.

Scientists reclassify tarantula species, name one after Johnny Cash


The "man in black" may be gone, but he'll never be forgotten, especially among arachnologists. Researchers from Auburn University and Millsaps College have reclassified 55 known tarantula species down to 15, while adding 14 new species, including Aphonopelma johnnycashi.

X-rays and nanoparticles combine to kill cancer deep in the body


Cancer may be terrifying, but cancerous cells aren't actually that difficult to kill. The tricky bit is doing so without killing the host or making them dreadfully ill in the process.

X-rays and nanoparticles combine to kill cancer deep in the body


Cancer may be terrifying, but cancerous cells aren't actually that difficult to kill. The tricky bit is doing so without killing the host or making them dreadfully ill in the process.

Secrets of water-skipping revealed


Skipping stones across water may seem like an innocent children's pastime, but the science behind it has helped to win more than one war.

Carbon dioxide from the air converted into methanol


The danger posed by rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide has seen many schemes proposed to remove a proportion it from the air.

Bedbug genome decoded in hopes of destroying the tiny blood suckers


"Sleep tight and don't let the bedbugs bite." The relevance of that little bedtime rhyme is growing, with every continent except Antarctica having experienced a resurgence of the critters during the past two decades.

Bedbug genome decoded in hopes of destroying the tiny blood suckers


"Sleep tight and don't let the bedbugs bite." The relevance of that little bedtime rhyme is growing with every continent except Antarctica having experienced a resurgence of the critters during the past two decades.

Tech-forward Knaus Sun i luxury motorhome travels in style


The 2016 Knaus Sun i doesn't have the smooth, fluid style of the Caravisio, but Knaus' new flagship motorhome does share some high-tech inspiration with that 2013 caravan concept.

Tech-forward Knaus Sun i luxury motorhome travels in style


The 2016 Knaus Sun i doesn't have the smooth, fluid style of the Caravisio, but Knaus' new flagship motorhome does share some high-tech inspiration with that 2013 caravan concept.

Apollo 14 astronaut Captain Edgar Dean "Ed" Mitchell dies at age 85


Some of us of a certain age felt a little bit older today after news that Captain Edgar Dean "Ed" Mitchell has died age 85.

BearTek II gloves bring even more wireless device control


If you're trying to use your smartphone when it's cold outside, there are already gloves with touchscreen-friendly fingertips.

The story of Job Simulator – the absurdly fun VR sandbox for Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive


Sometimes all virtual reality needs to do to blow your mind is put you in a well-polished sandbox and let you screw around.

The story of Job Simulator – the absurdly fun VR sandbox for Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive


Sometimes all virtual reality needs to do to blow your mind is put you in a well-polished sandbox and let you screw around.

The inside story of Job Simulator, the absurdly fun VR sandbox for Oculus Touch, PS VR and Vive


Sometimes all virtual reality needs to do to blow your mind is put you in a well-polished sandbox and let you screw around.

The inside story of Job Simulator, the absurdly fun VR sandbox for Oculus Touch, PS VR and Vive


Sometimes all virtual reality needs to do to blow your mind is put you in a well-polished sandbox and let you screw around.


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