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Cicadas to Reemerge after 17 Years

May 6, 2013 |

For the uninformed, the sudden appearance of billions of cicadas emerging from their 17 years underground may seem like a sign of the apocalypse.  Well, don’t repent just yet because these critters will only be around for two weeks sometime … Read More

The World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Movie

May 3, 2013 |

IBM has produced the world’s tiniest stop-motion movie.  How small exactly?  One pixel is a single carbon monoxide molecule, which consists of carbon and oxygen bonded together.  The largest atom on the periodic table, Cesium, is only 520 picometers in … Read More

HIV Cure in the Works

April 29, 2013 |

Danish researchers are on the cusp of a major breakthrough in “finding a mass-distributable and affordable cure to HIV”.  These researchers are currently in the midst of human trials after a wildly successful run with in vitro studies using human … Read More

Shams 1 : The World’s Largest Solar Power Plant

April 8, 2013 |

What is the first picture that comes in your mind when you hear United Arab Emirates i.e. UAE? The three most probable ones are oil, money and Sheikhs! But don’t let the images in your head deceive you as it … Read More

Bamboo bicycle – the new way to ride to work

April 4, 2013 |

For those fed up with the fumes of vehicular traffic and looking for a new way to commute to work, here comes an ideal solution. The bamboo bicycle is made from bamboo and causes no harmful effect to the environment.

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The 1,000 Year Data Storage Solution – Etched in Stone

March 22, 2013 |

Serendipity has often been the route for great discoveries and inventions – and so was the case with Barry Lunt. On a camping trip to Nile Canyon, he chanced upon a petroglyph – a rock engraving. To his surprise, he … Read More

Charge Your Smartphone with a Cup of Coffee

March 7, 2013 |

I was shocked when I heard about wireless charging that was offered with a few of the new flagship smartphones of 2013 but the Epiphany One Puck coaster eats it up. Not only does it protects your table from drink … Read More

Is Anesthesia Safe?

March 6, 2013 |

anesthesia an-es-the-sia [an-uh s-thee-zhuh] ]


1. Medicinal/ Medical, general or local insensibility, as to pain and other sensation, induced by certain interventions or drugs to permit the performance of surgery or other painful procedures.


We’ve all been … Read More

Baby Cured of HIV by US Doctors: A Review on HIV/AIDS

March 6, 2013 | 11

A few days ago, news was spreading far and wide that a baby born with HIV was functionally cured of the disease. Essentially, it means that while tiny bits of the HIV were found in the blood, none is able … Read More

Real Ways the World Will End

March 4, 2013 |

We all know how awesome a zombie apocalypse will be. But let’s be honest with ourselves: it probably will never happen (sad face). As much as I hate to admit it, real life zombies are not very plausible, and neither … Read More