A camera has successfully been powered using spare Wi-Fi signals

Researchers in the US have tweaked a regular Wi-Fi router and made it capable of continuously powering a battery-free surveillance camera. Even better, their work didn’t interfere with the router’s data transfer speeds. The breakthrough could help researchers overcome one of the main challenges when it comes to the development of new technology – including …

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Fly-catching robot developed by Stanford scientists speeds biomedical research – Deep Stuff

Bio-X scientists have created a robot that expands the scope of biomedical research that can be carried out with a common laboratory organism – fruit flies. Source: Fly-catching robot developed by Stanford scientists speeds biomedical research – Deep Stuff The development of new technology keeps going faster, and this is a good example of how …

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Physicists Discover How The Ancient Egyptians Built the Pyramids

Egyptian pyramids are considered the oldest man-made wonder that are still existing on earth, they were built by the Pharaohs of the old and middle families as tombs of the Pharaohs and their entourage, building the pyramids started more than 4600 years ago. There are several types of pyramids a one step pyramids called the …

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Ice Age

Ice Age 5 will be in cinemas on 2016, after the great success of the Ice Age series on the years 2002, 2006, 2009 and 2012. The story of the films are around a group of mammals surviving one of the Ice Ages in the Paleolithic Ice Age, this group is composed in the first …

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Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering ranks eighth in eco-friendly car competition

The Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, ranked eighth in the international competition for eco-friendly cars held in the Philippines from 6 to 9 February 2014. Egypt participated in the competetion with two teams from the Universities of Cairo and Ain Shams. The race depended on energy-saving and high- efficiency cars manufactured by students from different …

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New Conductive Unbreakable And More Stretchable Wires

North Carolina State University researchers have reached to a new conductive wires that can stretch 8 times more than their original size while keeping their quality as it is. The new wires can replace any type of wires, the wires can be used in headphones and phone chargers and it might be used in electronic …

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The Most Computer Simulation Of The Human Brain

The Canadian University of Waterloo researchers have announced that they have reached for the most computer simulation of the human brain. The simulation is the most accurate ever reached as the computer can see the inputs and process it and then write it using a computer arm. They called it Spaun (Semantic Pointer Architecture Unified Network). …

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Glass window that can produce electricity

New Energy researchers have developed a working prototype in the development of new methods and technologies for applying New Energy’s electricity-generating the world’s first glass window that can produce electricity. A glass window was generated using the world’s smallest working organic solar cells. In contrast to the conventional solar systems, the solar cells developed by New …

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