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We're living in a historic period of time. Fending off COVID-19 can sometimes prove difficult when your most useful items (keys, wallet, phone) are also the most germ ridden. This 2-in-1 gadget could be the solution to, well, a non-zero portion of your problems.
Renewable energy has been the center of attention for many years. But what if the answer was right under our noses, or should I say, over our heads? Our host star is an immensely potent source of energy, producing enough energy in just one second to power our current civilization for the next 500,000 years.
By clearing toxins from our blood stream, our red blood cells ensure we stay healthy. However, just like human beings, absorbing too big of a dose of toxins will also kill the cells, which then leads to our own demise. Thankfully, there is a new solution to aid our hardworking cells in their endeavor.
Joint replacement surgery is one of the most performed surgeries per year in the United States of America. The most common are knee replacement surgeries. The lifetime of those replacements or repairs, however, is brief. This newly developed hydrogel remedies those issues.
"Communication is key" but sometimes conveying your message doesn't come easy when encountering someone who speaks a different tongue, especially Sign Language. Without an interpreter, it would be impossible for anyone who expressed themselves in sign language to be able to get their message across to a non-speaker. Today, that barrier is no more.
Nuclear power is the perfect alternative to fossil fuel. Not only is nuclear energy cleaner, it is also much more efficient in energy production. However, nuclear meltdowns are man-made cataclysms with devastating consequences, but these tiny radioactive jawbreakers just may have eradicated that issue.
Researchers, led by Professor Guoliang Huang, from the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Missouri College of Engineering, developed a new flexible material capable of withstanding waves of energy, such as earthquakes. This composite is like nothing that exists in nature, and according to Professor Huang, it could be an almost perfect protective overlay.
Nexusera LLC. is a smart health tech company specializing in medication adherence management. The company has launched its first smart pill organizer O’Kase on Kickstarter. O'Kase is designed for people to manage their pill-taking, and obviates the need for good memory or onerous setup process. It is simple but smart.