World's first re-progammable commercial satellite set to launch this week
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The ESA will launch the world's first commercial fully re-programmable satellite, paving the way for a new era of communications.
- Jul 22, 2021
Got a Tic Tac? Thumb-sized device quickly 'sniffs out' bad breath
No one wants bad breath -- not when visiting friends and family, at a job interview, and especially not on a first date.
- Jul 21, 2021
An integrated digital tricorder, of sorts, just got FDA approval
A portable touchscreen integrated health care device recently received approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
- Jul 20, 2021
Indian American Teen Creates Fire Suppression Extinguisher to Combat Wildfires
An Indian American teen in the San Francisco Bay Area has parlayed the tragedy of a 2018 wildfire to prevent the spread of future disasters
- Jul 19, 2021
A 3D-printed soft robotic hand that can play Nintendo
A team of researchers from the University of Maryland has 3D printed a soft robotic hand that is agile enough to play Nintendo's Super Mario
- Jul 16, 2021
Meet the world's first punk rock band made completely of robots
The One Love Machine Band is the freshest new punk band to come out of Berlin – and its members are made entirely of scrap metal
- Jul 3, 2021
Smart cane, powered by AI, navigates for the visually impaired
The life of the visually impaired has been improved greatly with the use of the WeWalk smart cane.
- Jun 30, 2021
Change The World With Every Search At Trueheart
The Trueheart social impact search engine, which launched globally last week and was created by the married dynamic duo Amy and Scott Malin.
- Jun 25, 2021
No lab required: New handheld digital device can diagnose infections in minutes
The idea of visiting the doctor's office with symptoms and leaving with a scientifically confirmed diagnosis is much closer to reality.
- Jun 24, 2021
European Space Agency looks to recruit disabled astronauts, wants more women in space
The ESA says it is “blown away” by the record 22,000 astronaut applicants including women and 200 people with disabilities.
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