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Self-erasing "invisible ink" chip alerts users to unauthorized access

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a kind of electronic “invisible ink” that can help alert users to any unauthorized tampering with a device. When the chip is exposed to light it will erase information printed on it, making it clear that someone’s opened the box.Continue ReadingCategory: Electronics, ScienceTags: Counterfeiting,...

Eisenberg's berserk 500-horsepower lightweight V8 motorcycle

There is a primordial drive in certain motorcyclists that can only be satisfied by shoehorning the largest and most excessive engines possible into the frames of two-wheelers. The mighty V8, a staple of the muscle car world, has frequently found itself driving half the wheels it was designed for, but typically there's been one glaring problem with the...

Aerial photography hits new heights in the 2020 Drone Awards

The winning entries in this year’s Drone Photo Awards deliver an outstanding assortment of aerial images, from the overall winning shot, catching a school of salmon forming the shape of a heart, to a special category focusing on the profound ways COVID-19 has transformed our cities.Continue ReadingCategory: Photography, TechnologyTags: Drone photography,...

Colloidal diamonds self-assembled in breakthrough for photonics

Engineers have developed a simple way to make colloidal diamonds that self-assemble. These structures have traditionally been tricky to manufacture in bulk, but with this new method they could be used to help make better photonic devices.Continue ReadingCategory: Materials, ScienceTags: Photonics, Diamonds, Electronic, New York University, CNRS, DNA

1991 data reveals Northern Hemisphere's coldest recorded temperature

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has uncovered the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere. Based on historical readings from an automatic weather station in Greenland, on December 22, 1991, Klinck, located on the summit of the Greenland ice sheet, plunged to -69.6 °C (-93.3 °F).Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags:...

Hyundai Ioniq concept car cabin does chores and rides like a theater

Hyundai's Ioniq sub-brand has already defined itself as a high-tech enterprise thanks to its electrified vehicle lineup. Now Hyundai is looking to give it even more of a reputation for cutting-edge tech, experimenting with a concept car cabin of the future. The newest Ioniq-badged design includes a massive flexible OLED screen for entertainment and...

World's smallest fine particle air pollution sensor fits inside a phone

Air pollution involving very fine dust, such as PM2.5 particles, poses a serious threat to human health. Scientists in Austria have developed what they call the smallest particle sensor in the world, designed specifically to detect these harmful pollutants and offer a highly localized picture of air quality by being integrated into wearables and mobile...

Original penicillin mold genome sequenced for the first time

In a move that could lead to new innovations in antibiotic production, the genome of a freeze-dried sample of Sir Alexander Fleming's original mold that led to his discovery of penicillin has been sequenced for the first time.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Imperial College, Antibiotic-resistant bacteria, Antibiotic

AI system detects loneliness in natural speech patterns

A new proof of concept study, led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, has demonstrated how speech-analyzing artificial intelligence tools can effectively predict the level of loneliness in older adults.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Language,...

Touring Superleggera fires the shark-like Aero 3 onto road and track

"Weight is the enemy, air resistance the obstacle." Not novel ideas to anyone who's spent time around fast vehicles, but the all-new Aero 3 from Touring Superleggera was developed with a brief featuring that simple phrase quadruple-sized and bolded at the top. And it very much shows. With a massive rear fin and bodywork so smooth it could have been...

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