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Global Research: Whistling as a Language, Earth’s MegaCities and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

August 14, 2017

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Human advancements have been catalogued at an increasingly accelerated rate since the advent of the net and distributed and mobile computing. Global communications systems allows researchers to collaborate and share information or development tools more rapidly to create the technologies of the future. Consumer adoption also happens quicker and technology succeeds and (importantly) fails faster. […]

US Naval Research Lab Tests CICADA Swarming Palm-Sized Drones

April 10, 2017

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Imagine a fleet of drones, each the size of your palm blooming from a package dropped from an airplane. That’s what’s possible with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s CICADA - a tiny drone undergoing swarm testing.

Inspire Project and Studybugs Smartphone App Aim to Improve Asthma Kids Prospects

August 13, 2016

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Keeping children with asthma healthy and in school is the aim of the Inspire mobile app project at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Inspire is the brainchild of researchers at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School whose aim is to tackle asthma at an early age using digital technology. Local schools and families have been […]

Shaking The Cave: Virtual Reality Researchers Present VR Demos Live From The Octave at Salford University

January 11, 2016

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John O’Hare is a senior researcher and technical director of the Octave System – a VR immersive cave environment – at the University of Salford. He’s got some rather impressive videos of the system at work. In the autumn of 2015 John took his camera into the University of Salford to record projects underway in […]

Evolutionary Models Show How Computers Might Create their own Artificial Intelligence

July 31, 2015

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Evolutionary computing contains all the concepts that would allow artificial intelligence to evolve its own way of living. Creating computer software through evolutionary means rather than traditional human trial and error or beta testing is just one way that artificial intelligence may begin to assert its presence. Exhibiting at Maker Faire UK 2015 were computer […]

Project Nimbus Reveals Why Cloud Laser Projection is One of the Greatest Spectacles

June 17, 2015

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When Dave Lynch and collaborator Mike Nix took to the skies with the self-built zoopraxiscope laser it was to see the wonder of projecting moving images onto clouds. After three years of intensive research and flight time, Project Nimbus is ready to reveal the results. On Saturday, 4 of July, Dave Lynch and Mike Nix […]

STAP cells and High Temp Superconductors, one pass, one fail

December 24, 2014

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Stem cells have had a rough press this year and mostly due to one piece of research. STAP cells were supposed to offer a quick and cheap way of producing pluripotent cells that could transform medicine, organ regeneration and growth. It did not quite work out that way. Just days ago press outlets around the […]

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