100,000 Volts of Electricity Running Through a Circuit Board Is Strangely Mesmerizing

100,000 Volts of Electricity Running Through a Circuit Board Is Strangely Mesmerizing

YouTuber Drake Anthony is no stranger to experimenting with powerful lasers and chemical reactions. In his latest video, however, he…

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Scientists Create a Bionic Eye for the First Time

Scientists Create a Bionic Eye for the First Time

Bionic eyes have long been a staple in science fiction, but now they are well on their way to becoming…

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Researchers Create Ultrathin Artificial Retina From Graphene

Researchers Create Ultrathin Artificial Retina From Graphene

Graphene is no doubt a super material. Consisting of a just a single layer of carbon atoms, it’s the strongest material…

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Hydrogen Fuel Breakthrough to Power Cars

Hydrogen Fuel Breakthrough to Power Cars

Hydrogen as an energy source for sustainable transport has great potential. Some of the world’s biggest car companies, including Toyota,…

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Researchers Demonstrate Organic Solar Cells That Can Achieve 15 Percent Efficiency

Researchers Demonstrate Organic Solar Cells That Can Achieve 15 Percent Efficiency

Organic solar cells are a great idea in theory yet for commercialization, researchers must make them much more efficient. University…

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100,000 Volts of Electricity Running Through a Circuit Board Is Strangely Mesmerizing

YouTuber Drake Anthony is no stranger to experimenting with powerful lasers and chemical reactions. In his latest video, however, he utilizes a large power supply to run high voltage through ignition coils to create a crazy blue arc of high powered electricity. Of course, Anthony…

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Bionic eyes have long been a staple in science fiction, but now they are well on their way to becoming a reality. In a major breakthrough, a team of researchers from the University of Minnesota has successfully 3D printed an optoelectronic eye for the first…