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Space

NASA Scientists Operate Mars Curiosity From Home Due to Lockdown

It is all fun and games until their kids use the computer while they& 39;re away, thinking it& 39;s a game and press & 39;delete& 39;.April 16, 2020Earth might be on a pause; however, life goes on nevertheless in the distant skies and rocks. We& 39;ve retreated back to our caves, yet the fruits of our endeavors, in this case, NASA& 39;s Curiosity rover, still continues to roam the far away.
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Design

Smallest car with the most ridiculous sound system

May 19, 2015One of the smallest cars on the road is the Smart Fortwo. While it may be the smallest car thanks to JBL it has been packed full of the biggest audio and most ridiculous audio equipment, not to mention the loudest. A one of a kind Forgigs concept provides a maximum output of 5, 720 W and 150dB on this huge sound system.
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Innovation

Innovasub's DivePhone Transcends Diving Computers

May 01, 2013 Image Source: InnovaSub The patented DivePhone is a cutting-edge alternative to the usual dive computers which wirelessly sends dive data to the diver& 39;s smartphone and features Innovasub& 39;s proprietary Depth Monitor application. This application utilizes received data to transform a smartphone into an innovative programmable computer to give the diving team new monitoring advantages never known before.
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Innovation

Aircraft may soon be thought controlled

June 01, 2014Professor Florian Holzapfel along with Tim Fricke, an aerospace engineer and researchers at the Technische Universit√§t M√ľnchen are working on Brainflight, thanks to funding from the EU. The project is aimed at allowing pilots in the future to fly aircraft solely using their thoughts. Image Source: A.
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Biology

It Turns out Vampire Bats Practice Social Distancing Too

New research has found that sick bats practice and receive less grooming.March 29, 2020With COVID-19 spreading around the world, social distancing has become key, and it turns out we are not the only species to do it. New research from the University of Texas reveals that vampire bats also partake in the practice, as reported by Massive Science.
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