All science spinoffs

A artificial pancreas device for diabetics patient

Quantum network as the successor of modern Internet

Tiniest wearable sticks that can monitor ultraviolet rays

A simple way to produce the flexible micro-supercapacitor

Scientists from South Korea found the simple way to produce the high-energy and flexible micro-supercapacitor. This type of micro-batteries has the ability to charge much faster just be directly attached to wearable and flexible electronics. Researchers used laser growth sintering technology.

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5 hours ago

Personal airbags that protect seniors from hip-busting falls

Weаrаble аirbаgs thаt protect old people from hip injuries if they fаll were developed by French compаny Helite. It аddresses а serious problem thаt аfflicts millions of mostly elderly people who get hurt every yeаr from fаlls. The Hip'Аir belt cаn sense а sudden fаll аnd аutomаticаlly inflаte protective аirbаgs in less thаn а third of а second, protecting the weаrer's hips from frаcture. The compаny hаs yeаrs of experience developing speciаlized weаrаble аirbаg systems for vаrious аctivities, everything from horse riding to skiing.

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5 hours ago

An innovative indestructible chip that can be hacked

There was created a microchip, which is almost impossible to hack or destroy. Quite often, government's institutions of various security levels are subject to a hacker attack, but when it comes to military structures, it can lead to dangerous consequences. Therefore, a scientific team from South Korean have invented an extremely powerful computer chip.

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8 hours ago

DNA sunscreen that gets better the longer you wear it

A new strategy to prevent liver cancer development due to double-stranded RNA

Skin sticker lets you know when you've had enough sun

A low-cost technology images babies and trauma patients who can't be moved

A new technology that makes newborns and patient traumas monitoring much easier has been developed by the researchers from Duke and Stanford Universities. The key to the technology is a fingernail-sized microchip that mounts onto a traditional ultrasound probe - the plastic scanner that slides over gel-slathered skin to relay two-dimensional images of what lies beneath. This $10 microchip turns 2-D ultrasound machines into 3-D imaging devices.

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10 hours ago

Painkillers from snail venom will become the alternative to opioids

Painkiller, which consists the snail poison, was developed by scientists at the University of Utah. Scientists believe that a small snail can become a substitute for opioids to relieve pain. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 91 people die from an overdose every day from opioids. Therefore, the medical community is looking for other methods of treatment that would rule out the use of opioids for pain relief.

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10 hours ago

Silent safe barrier for roadkill

Korean inventor had developed a useful defuser that can prevent roadkill. This invention based on the system which creates an olfactory barrier that can repel and scare off wild animals. This device is easy to use and can be installed both by roads and by railways.

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