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Scientists Designed Cyborg Grasshoppers That Sniff Out Bombs

This group of scientists designed short-lived cyborg grasshoppers to sniff out explosives.February 18, 2020In addition to dogs, future bomb-sensing units may use cyborg grasshoppers to sniff out bombs, according to a New Scientistreport.RELATED: BE PREPARED FOR CYBORG SOLDIERS BY 2050, SAYS U.S. ARMYCyborg Grasshoppers That Detect BombsA group of scientists led by Barani Raman at Washington University in St.
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Medical Technology

Dyson Designs and Develops Ventilator in Just 10 Days for Coronavirus Patients

The U.K. has already ordered 10,000 units.March 27, 2020The Dyson ventilator: CoVentDysonBritish technology company, Dyson, which is best known for its high-quality vacuum cleaners, hairdryers, and fans, has joined the coronavirus effort by developing and making a ventilator in a matter of 10 days.The & 34;CoVent& 34; was designed specifically to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak, to help treat patients infected with the virus.
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Design

Engineering grads are attempting the world's fastest hot tub

July 02, 2014Phil Weicker and Duncan Forster from Canada turned to crowd-funding to source the money needed to build the world& 39;s fastest hot tub car - and they& 39;ve hit their target. They reached their goal of $10 000 just hours before the campaign was about to end and now they will begin work on their hot tub converted 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille to get it ready for the race-track.
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Russia Set To Ban Devices That Do Not Have Russian-Made Software On Them

The new law, which passed the lower house of Russia& 39;s parliament this week, has stoked fears of government control and censorship of the internet in the country.November 23, 2019The lower house of Russia& 39;s parliament has passed a new law that would ban the sale of electronic devices in the country that do not have Russian software pre-installed on them, raising fears of a new push for government surveillance and censorship.
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Science

NASA Funds Shoebox-Size Space Satellite From Berkeley Students

This intrepid team at UC Berkeley hopes to launch a quantum CubeSat into space, and they already have NASA& 39;s funding.April 28, 2020When a college senior approaches graduation, they traditionally write a final thesis, co-author a paper, or even give a talk at an academic conference, but when Paul Köttering graduates from the University of California, Berkeley, he hopes to launch a satellite, in 2021, according to UC Berkeley& 39;s blog.
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