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At Pluto

By: Aaron As a lot of people may know, NASA’s spacecraft New Horizons has recently reached pluto after more than 9 years. This gives us some of the first HD photos of Pluto, as it has been too far away to properly …

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Car Hacking

By Bryan Fiat-Chrysler said today it was launching a voluntary recall of 1.4 million cars, trucks and SUVs out of “an abundance of caution,” following a demonstration earlier this week by Wired magazine from two hackers who took remote control of a …

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Electronic Society

By: Sarah Lu   100 years ago, human civilization focused on building the future with technology; we depicted that the future contained flying cars, hover boards, and a cure for all diseases. Many people in the modern world still dream of futuristic …

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Creation

By: Bryan The rise of 3D printing over the past couple years has lead to many different creative ways of creation. For example, cheap 3D printed houses are already being conceptualized. But the ultimate dream is that one day, we would be …

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“Invisibility” Cloak

By: Dan Everybody has probably fantasized about having an invisibility cloak like the one from Harry Potter. Though that may be a long way away, we now have an “invisibility” cloak that can hide you from radar. The latest advancement comes from …

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3D Printing Clay

By: Dan The 3D printers we know and love today can do many things, and can theoretically create anything we imagine. However, until now, items have been limited to those made of polymer plastics, a handful of metals, and glass. However, researchers …

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The Blackest Black

By: Dan So a couple years ago, a company called NanoSystems created what was then the blackest material on earth, called Vantablack. It was so black, that it absorbed everything but 0.35% of light. The human eye struggles to determine its shape …

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Space Genetics

By: Dan Space is a cruel and unforgiving place for humans to be in. Obviously. We’re all used to the comforts of home; gravity, atmosphere, low radiation, etc. But to deal with the conditions of space, that is something completely different. To …

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Are Weaponized Robots a Good Idea?

By: Bryan Wu Giant, heavily armed, armored robots, stomping around, taking down all kinds of threats, killing without mercy. Seems like something out of science fiction, right? Well, you’re not wrong. New technology could bring such science fiction into real life. Artificial …

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Dark Matter

By: Dan There’s a new player in the hunt for dark matter: China’s Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) satellite, which launched on December 17. Ground stations have just received the first data beamed back from DAMPE. With all systems fully operational, the …

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