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This Bathroom Knows Which Stalls Have Someone in Them


It’s a problem most people have faced regardless of gender or nationality. You have to go to the bathroom and yet you’re not entirely sure which stalls are free.

10 Cool Gadgets That Are Perfect for Engineering Students


[Image Source: Collage of Various Products / Trevor English] Getting through engineering school is no easy task.

Marijuana from an Engineering Perspective: What’s Really Going On?


For many in the US and across the world, the talk of legalizing Marijuana has been at the forefront of political discussion.

Guzzle Buddy Can Turn Any Wine Bottle Into Your Wine Glass


In vino veritas (“In wine is truth”) Pliny the Elder once said. Turning a wine bottle into a large wine glass, like the Guzzle Buddy, is even more poetic (well perhaps not?

Elon Musk Launches ‘Neuralink’ to Merge Human Brain with Computers


It’s no secret that ambitious Elon Musk doesn’t think humans can quite keep up with machines. He’s spoken about the impending displacement of human workers thanks to automation.

Understanding Robots, Job Security, and Universal Basic Income


In November, Elon Musk discussed supporting universal basic income to aid in the eventual day when robots replace human workers.

Soft Robotics and the Materials That Could Revolutionize the Field


If someone says robotics, your mind likely conjures either an image of Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator or a sharp looking piece of metal and plastic scuttling across the floor.

7,000 Underground Methane Bubbles in Siberia Could Burst Anytime


7,000 methane-filled ground bubbles were discovered in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District (YANAO) in Siberia.

Astronomers Create an Incredible 3D Map of Space Dust in Milky Way


A 3D map of our galaxy’s space dust was created by scientists in the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).

Newly Invented Liquid Matter Can Move on Its Own Along a Flat Surface


Any liquid substance is capable of flowing if a source of pressure applies a push or pull action to it such as a pump or an inclined surface.

Top 3 Jobs with Highest Marine Engineering Salary


In this article, we will look at the industries that employ the most marine engineers and pay the highest Marine Engineering Salary.

Man on Helicopter Spots Mysterious Equipment on SpaceX’s Drone Ship


Florida man Stephen Marr just wanted to take an enjoyable helicopter ride with his girlfriend. The couple paid $40 for a nice six-minute aerial tour.

Check out These Awesome Digital Gauge Clusters


Who loves digital gauge clusters? We love them that’s who! Most modern vehicles have digital, rather than analog ones these days, but some designs are leagues ahead of the competition.

How to Make a Vacuum Cleaner From a Plastic Bottle


Vacuum cleaner technology is simple: create a low-pressure system that forces (not sucks, because sucking does not exist- but that is for another time) air into a tube where dust and small debris can be picked up and stored.

Here Are the Top 10 Highest Paying IT Jobs in the Technology World


For many years, doctors and lawyers – and even those in the corporate white-collar positions – usually got the recognition of ‘highest salary paid.’ Today, the technology sector has opened its doors to many opportunities, enabling professionals to get access to some of the highest paying IT jobs.

Top 3 Mining Engineering Jobs with the Highest Salary


Mining engineering jobs focused on the process of bringing hidden metals and minerals from the earth up to the surface.

Hitler’s Doomed Schwerer Gustav: Largest Gun Mankind Has Ever Built


Schwerer Gustav or Hitler’s giant gun was a fearsome weapon of war. A distinctive feature of artillery of the Second World War were cannons of every increasing size and caliber.

Dazzling Artificial Sun ‘Synlight’ Is the Future of Renewable Energy


The world’s largest artificial sun, called Synlight, by the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) was switched on the 23rd of March 2017, with the intention of innovating the production of renewable energy.

Wine Drinkers Will Go Crazy for This Drip-Free Wine Bottle


For wine drinkers (both casual and the seriously invested), drips from bottles can ruin a nice shirt or tablecloth.

Elon Musk Tweets Out New Video of ‘Release Candidate’ Model 3


It’s short, sweet and to the point. However, Elon Musk’s new clip of a “release candidate” Tesla Model 3 might be the last phase the public sees before the car hits production.


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