Stanford Researchers Build Machine That Sends Text Messages Using Chemicals

Stanford Researchers Build Machine That Sends Text Messages Using Chemicals

Stanford researchers set out to explore alternative methods to send and receive messages, eventually settling on utilizing chemicals instead of…

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Iceland is Drilling the “Hottest Hole On Earth” to Generate Geothermal Energy From Magma

Iceland is Drilling the “Hottest Hole On Earth” to Generate Geothermal Energy From Magma

Iceland is a pioneer in the use of geothermal energy and the only country in the world which obtains 100% of its electricity and…

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UK Scientists Developed an HIV USB Stick Capable of Measuring a Person’s Blood

UK Scientists Developed an HIV USB Stick Capable of Measuring a Person’s Blood

Scientists at Imperial College London have developed an HIV USB stick capable of efficiently and accurately measuring the amount of…

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UC San Diego Engineers Develop New Magnetic Ink to Print Self-Healing Devices

UC San Diego Engineers Develop New Magnetic Ink to Print Self-Healing Devices

Smart clothing seems like a great concept but the feasibility of wearing around delicate “printed” electronics has been a major…

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Qualcomm Agrees to Buy NXP Semiconductors for Approximately $38 Billion

Qualcomm Agrees to Buy NXP Semiconductors for Approximately $38 Billion

Qualcomm boosted its presence in the automotive sensors and chips market this week with its announcement that it bought NXP…

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Stanford Researchers Build Machine That Sends Text Messages Using Chemicals

Stanford researchers set out to explore alternative methods to send and receive messages, eventually settling on utilizing chemicals instead of electricity. Incredibly, the researchers were able to develop a machine capable of sending text messages using common chemicals, eliminating the need for electric signals. How…

Iceland is Drilling the “Hottest Hole On Earth” to Generate Geothermal Energy From Magma

Iceland is a pioneer in the use of geothermal energy and the only country in the world which obtains 100% of its electricity and heat from renewable sources. Most of its energy comes from geothermal power and hydropower. Now, a new project is being undertaken, the Iceland Deep Drilling Project (IDDP), with…