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Researchers developed a glass that can tolerate high temperatures

German scientists have announced that they had manufactured a new type of transparent and thin glass that can tolerate very high temperatures, this type of glass has been developed at the Fraunhover Institute for surfaces and layers technology using layers of microscopic crystals, which is known as Nano Technology.


James Dyson unveils two new Air Multiplier™ machines As the majority of the U.S. heads into the summer months, Dyson has the answer for sweltering temperatures with the latest Dyson Air Multiplier™ fans: the AM02 Tower and the AM03 Pedestal. Engineered for larger spaces, the floor standing machines produce a far greater airflow than the […]

Netherlands builds a floating city

Netherlands  ( Holland ) as you may all know has the problem of having very low lands ; lower even than the sea level .  And to over come this the country has been building so many dykes Lately they have gone even further by building what’s called a ” floating city ” . researches […]

Japanese invent a washing machine for cats and dogs

Owners of cats and dogs are eager to clean their animals continuously and remove what might be hanging out from dirt and dust, so they usually find them clean their pets in bathtubs by soap, shampoo, and thats the usual method going on every where , some difficulties might be like  dropping  the animal out […]

The world’s first commercially available jetpack is coming soon !

The Martin Aircraft Company has signed a $12 million joint-venture deal to start production of the world’s first commercially available jetpack. The Christchurch-based company has been developing the jetpack for more than a decade but has struggled to find New Zealand funding for commercial production. Company chief executive Richard Lauder said the joint venture would […]

The Robo-Penguin

Penguins may be ungainly on land, but they’re speedy swimmers and expert divers. That agility inspired scientists at Festo’s Bionic Learning Network to develop the AquaPenguin, an Adélie-size self-navigating bot that “flies” underwater just like the real birds. Highly flexible, it can maneuver in cramped spaces and turn on a dime. Unlike its live counterparts, […]

The Cyborg Beetle

A Pentagon-sponsored project to control flying insects remotely has sent ripples of excitement across the scientific pond. Part insect, part machine, the “cyborg beetle” has been tested successfully by its developers at the University of California, Berkeley. Armed with funding from the Pentagon’s research wing, an engineering team at the University of California, Berkeley, has […]

Bladeless Fan

Air is pulled in through vents in the base and then pushed out by a hidden impeller over a circular airfoil-shaped ramp that runs inside the rim of the halo, creating an uninterrupted stream of cool air. Because it’s bladeless, the Air Multiplier is safer than conventional fans, and it retains normal functions like tilt, […]

Vertical Farming

(OTCBB: VCTZF) introduces its revolutionary VertiCrop high density vertical growth system, technology that provides a solution to rapidly increasing food costs.The VertiCrop system grows plants in a suspended tray system moving on an overhead conveyor system. The system is designed to provide maximum sunlight and precisely correct nutrients to each plant. Sophisticated control systems gain […]

Tweeting by Thinking

Plenty of people’s Twitter feeds appear to be connected directly to their egos, but one scientist’s is actually wired to his brain. In April, University of Wisconsin doctoral student Adam Wilson — working with adviser Justin Williams, above — tweeted 23 characters just by thinking. He focused his attention on one flashing letter after another […]