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Biologists erased the memory of a mouse! Freaking
posted January 31 2011 22:07.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Biotechnology is getting creepier day by day. This time, a scientific team from the University of Aberdee, managed to erase the working memory of a mouse. This type of memory is...

[Link: arstechnica]
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Tags: biotechnology   health & nature   science   animals   experiments   research   chemistry   



Tank painted with e-ink to render invisible
posted January 13 2011 19:24.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is a British project that will last some 5 years from now and it will change the iron cavalry as we know it. The trick, is the "electronic ink". The vehicle will have highly...

[Link: popsci]
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Tags: chemistry   warfare   new materials   inventions   research   illusion   








Hydrogen Fuel Cells are more than real!
posted January 12 2011 18:58.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is Alan Parekh himself from Hacked Gadgets, presenting a new freezing cool gadget presented in this year's CES. Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies made this device, which uses water...

[Via: hackedgadgets]    [Link: horizonfuelcell]
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Tags: hydrogen   chemistry   cool gadget   cell phone hacks   commercial   



A journey with crystals and Led Zeppelin
posted January 12 2011 18:16.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Youtube user TeravoltOrg, known to us for with his previous high voltage projects, loves natural crystals. He says that he has a huge collection...

[Link: TeravoltOrg]
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Tags: crazy photo/video   health & nature   chemistry   



Make instant hot-ice with a single touch
posted January 10 2011 21:49.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Chemistry rules! I wish i knew more than plain basics. Youtube user monkeyfunky has this video, in which he demonstrates how can someone make instant hot ice with a simple finger touch...

[Link: monkeyfunky]
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Tags: chemistry   diy   games and fun   experiments   science   








An antenna made of... water!
posted January 10 2011 20:58.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific has developed a technology that uses the magnetic induction properties of salt in sea water to create UHF/VHF/HF antenna. The purpose of this research...

[Via: southgatearc]    [Link: SSC]
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Tags: chemistry   antenna   inventions   research   commercial   



This DIY pressure sensor will cost you less than 1$
posted January 9 2011 11:21.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I love prototype ideas that use nothing to make something! This is the complete opposite of today's state of things, that is required by the people to use more in order to get less...

[Link: todayifoundout]
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Tags: crazy hack   physics   chemistry   diy   inventions   sensors   recycling   



MIT is a step closer to cheap organic solar cells
posted January 6 2011 10:53.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis





Today's method of flexible solar cell manufaturing, is based on highly purified silicon compounds, which is an expensive procedure. MIT came...

[Link: MIT]
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Tags: science   green   new materials   experiments   articles   solar   commercial   research   chemistry   physics   








Do you know the cohere [Wireless energy]
posted December 22 2010 19:25.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The coherer was a primitive form of radio signal detector, invented by scientist Edouard Branly around 1890. It is nothing more than two electrodes...

[Link: gilbondfac]
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