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Scientists unleash graphene’s innate superconductivity

Already renowned for its potential to revolutionize everything from light bulbs and dental fillings through to semiconductors and motorcycle helmets, graphene can now add innate superconductivity to its repertoire, as scientists at the University of Cambridge claim to have discovered a method to trigger the superconducting properties of graphene without actually altering its chemical structure...

Mercedes-Benz travels toward a fashionable, flexible horizon with new camper van

The compact camper van business has been treating Mercedes-Benz well. It introduced the Marco Polo and Marco Polo Activity vans at the 2014 Düsseldorf Caravan Salon, and now it's adding a third member to the Marco Polo family at another prominent German camper show, CMT Stuttgart.

Brewing beer on the moon - the next giant leap?

One of the major disappointments of the Apollo 11 landing in 1969 was the discovery of the complete absence of beer on the Moon.

This device could make you King of Kindling

Would you rather risk hitting your hand with something sharp or something blunt? If you answered "blunt" – and you have some big pieces of wood to split into kindling – then you might be interested in the Kindling Cracker King...

How to switch from Android to iPhone

Have you decided to drop your Android in favor of an iPhone? Here's how to switch phones and operating systems without losing your data (or mind) in the process...

Laser system knows which tree is which

If you work in the forestry industry, then you'd better know that you're cutting down the right type of trees.

Why blinking our eyes doesn't cause strobe vision

You might not realize it (you will now that we brought it up), but you blink about 15 to 20 times every single minute.

From Zera-to-compost in 24 hours flat

Composting your household organic waste is a highly-commendable thing to do, but compost heaps do have some limitations – they take a long time to convert waste to soil, they can attract pests, and you're not supposed to put meat scraps in them.

Smart biopsy needle helps doctors dodge the danger zone

One of the challenges in performing surgery on a brain tumor is the need to avoid damage to blood vessels, something that can cause bleeding and even prove fatal.

US sets up 10 official test sites for autonomous vehicles

Not that the industry has exactly been waiting for it, with plenty of trials already taking place around the country, but the US Department of Transport has announced 10 testing sites that will be dedicated to the development of autonomous vehicles.

Pioneer adds analog synth to DJ groove toolkit

There was a time when the party or club DJ would just have to scratch, mix and spin to get the joint jumping and the bodies grooving.

Intracranial pressure could be key to tackling astronaut vision loss

New research could lead to the creation of equipment designed to reduce the deterioration of astronaut vision over the course of prolonged trips beyond Earth's protective atmosphere.

Cassini sees one of Saturn's moons making waves in its rings

As it nears the end of its mission, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has been going in to get close-ups of Saturn's rings.

OBQ: Do electric cars really harm the environment less than gasoline-powered cars?

Electric vehicles are often touted as a more environmentally friendly than cars powered by gasoline. But all that electricity has to be produced somewhere, so it got us to wondering if EVs really are better for our planet than traditional vehicles.

Fujifilm’s medium format GFX 50S detailed and priced

Since its announcement at Photokina last September we've known that Fujifilm was working on the GFX 50S, a new mirrorless medium format camera.

Line 6 turns guitar amplification on its head

For the most part, when searching for an amplification setup to help your electric guitar rock some noise, you're faced with a couple of choices.

New molecule knocks out superbugs' immunity to antibiotics

One of the most terrifyingly-plausible doomsday scenarios is the rise of superbugs, strains of bacteria that are evolving a resistance to our most powerful antibiotics.

Hennessey ends production of the 1,451-hp, 270-mph Venom GT

Since launching in 2010, the Hennessey Venom GT has lived among a very select handful of elite supercars with four-figure horsepower numbers and world speed record ambitions.

Can technology deliver sustainability?

In virtually all areas of technology, improvements to efficiency are one of the key focuses for the ongoing march of progress.

Global alliance formed to protect world against the next epidemic threat

The Ebola epidemic that broke out in 2014 might be a blip in most people's memories now but for those directly involved in managing the crisis, it remains a harrowing reminder of how unprepared the world is to protect itself from sudden outbreaks.