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Designing vehicles to travel over traffic

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 19:52:00 +0100

Futuristic transportation pods aim to help commuters ride above the fray. Angela Moore reports.



Can AI use Japan bank chief's face to predict the future?

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 11:45:00 +0100

Artificial intelligence researchers in Japan say they've found a way to predict major policy shifts from the country's central bank by analyzing split-second changes in the facial expression of its governor, Haruhiko Kuroda. Julian Satterthwaite reports.



Moving machinery using mind power alone

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 09:46:00 +0100

A unique citizen science project in which volunteers will be trained to move a piece of steel machinery using the power of their mind begins on October 27. The Mental Work project uses brain-machine interfaces developed at EPFL (Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), as Jim Drury discovered.



Operating factory robots with virtual reality

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 02:19:00 +0100

Computer scientists have developed a new system which could allow factory workers of the future to operate robots remotely. Ben Gruber reports.



Dutch engineers unveil 3D printed concrete bridge

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:37:00 +0100

A new cycle bridge linking a ring road around the Dutch village of Gemert is the first to be made from 3D printed concrete, its designers say. Amy Pollock reports.



Four-legged 'robodog' leaps into action

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:26:00 +0100

A Chinese start-up is hoping its four legged 'robodog' can make quadruped robots as popular and affordable as smartphones and drones. Stuart McDill reports.



Trump’s immigration crackdown boosting Mexico’s tech hub

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:57:14 +0100

The Trump administration cracks down on immigration, and Mexico capitalizes on that to sell the American tech dream, south of the U.S. border.



Scientists defy gravity for weightless experiments

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 15:29:00 +0100

A team of scientists in France have broken free from Earth's gravitational pull to conduct experiments in zero-gravity that make it possible to test devices and equipment that could be used on future space missions. Elly Park reports.



Mouse song recorded with ultrasonic microphones

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 13:27:00 +0100

Normally inaudible to human ears, researchers in Vienna are using ultrasonic microphones to listen to 'mouse song'. Matthew Stock reports.



How Microsoft’s top-secret database of bugs got hacked

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 23:48:53 +0100

Microsoft’s top-secret internal database for tracking bugs in its own software was broken into by a highly sophisticated hacking group several years ago, five former Microsoft employees told Reuters.



Cosmic breakthrough sparks new era of astronomy

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 19:21:27 +0100

For the first time, scientists have detected gravitational waves - the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein - from the collision of two neutron stars about 130 million years ago. Linda So reports.



UK health experts warn of 'post-antibiotic apocalypse'

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 15:38:00 +0100

Some of Britain's leading medical experts have warned of an impending "post-antibiotic apocalypse" at a conference in Berlin. Jim Drury reports.



Mice with green feet demonstrate CRISPR gene editing technology

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 09:36:00 +0100

British scientists are testing cutting edge gene editing techniques in mice, by inserting a jelly fish gene that makes their skin green. Jessica Omari reports.



Nuclear clean-up robot tested at Sellafield and Fukushima

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:05:00 +0100

An aquatic robot called Avexis is being tested in Japan ahead of being deployed into the damaged core of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Matthew Stock reports.



Dubai police eye the skies with new 'hoverbike'

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 16:16:00 +0100

A flying motorcycle that can hover above traffic and be used in rescue scenarios is to become part of the Dubai police force ahead of Expo 2020.



Exclusive: Waymo demanded $1B in damages from Uber

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 15:50:39 +0100

Alphabet’s Waymo sought at least $1 billion in damages and a public apology from Uber Technologies as conditions for settling its high-profile trade secret lawsuit against the ride-services company, sources familiar with the proposal told Reuters.



Earthlings use asteroid flyby to test warning system

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 15:39:00 +0100

The pass of a dangerously-sized asteroid to Earth on Thursday, just outside manmade satellite orbits, was used to test early warning systems after a similarly-sized object caused widespread damage in Siberia in 2013. Matthew Larotonda reports.



Destroyed artefacts 'cloned' for Tokyo exhibition

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 11:45:00 +0100

Ancient art and monuments like Afghanistan's Bamiyan Buddhas could be given a new lease of life thanks to 'cloning' technology from the Japan's Foundation for Cultural Heritage and Research using a combination of 3D mapping, 3D printing and traditional art techniques. Amy Pollock reports.



Lab-grown diamonds seek to outshine its mined counterparts

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 19:56:00 +0100

Lab-grown diamonds cost about 30 to 40 percent less than mined diamonds of similar quality and the scientists behind lab-grown diamonds say it's a real gem. Angela Moore reports.



Pram filter cuts air pollution in baby's breathing space

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 15:18:00 +0100

Brizi Baby is a cushioned headrest for a baby's pushchair with in-built sensors and a fan filter system that cuts the amount of pollution around the child's head. Matthew Stock reports.



How coffee could power your car

Mon, 09 Oct 2017 11:55:00 +0100

A new one-step process that turns spent coffee grounds into biofuel could help in the fight to reduce our reliance on diesel made from fossil fuels, say researchers at Lancaster University. Jim Drury reports.



Polish scientists hope for success in plastics-to-fuel sector

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 20:10:29 +0100

A group of Warsaw-based scientists say they have developed a new, economically viable method to turn plastic waste into fuel. Elly Park reports.



Gadget spots fake luxury handbags with a 98.5 percent accuracy rate

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 21:29:00 +0100

New York startup Entrupy invents a handheld microscope camera that lets users detect fake luxury handbags on their smartphone. Roselle Chen reports



Researchers aim to turn bird feathers into food

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 12:03:00 +0100

Biotechnologists have identified and refined a micro-organism that can convert bird feathers and other forms of organic waste into food products and cosmetics, as Jim Drury reports.



Nuclear watchdog seeks airborne particles from North Korea

Wed, 04 Oct 2017 16:45:00 +0100

Nuclear proliferation watchdog CTBTO is using its world-wide array of monitoring stations to authenticate possible nuclear explosions, including that claimed last month by secretive North Korea. Matthew Stock reports.