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07/12/2018 / By David Williams

They say a person’s eyes are the windows to their soul. Researchers at Google want to take that expression and

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-12-googles-ai-can-diagnose-heart-disease-by-looking-at-a-patients-retina-say-researchers.html

07/12/2018 / By David Williams

As the solar industry keeps growing bigger, the search for more efficient and more cost-effective solar panel construction materials goes

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-12-polymer-solar-cells-cant-compete-with-silicon-but-they-will-serve-a-different-function.html

07/12/2018 / By Russel Davis

A team of international researchers at the Imperial College London, the University of Cambridge, and the Central Saint Martins has developed a paper-based, two-in-one solar bio-battery and

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-12-dual-purpose-decor-researchers-have-developed-a-biodegradable-paper-based-environmental-sensor.html

07/12/2018 / By Russel Davis

A renowned astrophysicist has claimed that traveling back in time could be theoretically possible, thanks to the potential presence of

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-12-time-travel-backward-is-technically-possible-according-to-expert-physicist.html

07/11/2018 / By Russel Davis

A team of researchers at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Faculty of Engineering developed a breakthrough water-based air conditioning system

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-11-the-swamp-cooler-reborn-researchers-have-pioneered-a-water-based-air-conditioning-system.html

07/11/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Texan researchers have successfully synthesized an isolated form of plasmonic magnesium nanoparticles, an article in Nano Werks has reported. Not

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-11-isolated-magnesium-shows-all-the-promise-of-its-gold-and-silver-cousins-with-none-of-the-drawbacks.html

07/10/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Do you know what’s really going on in the world of technology, or do you just think you do? When it

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-10-glitch-news-brings-you-the-latest-from-the-world-of-tech.html

07/10/2018 / By Edsel Cook

It is worrisome enough that humans are programming artificial intelligence (AI) systems that might one day be able to think

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-10-researchers-develop-ai-system-that-can-design-and-assemble-themselves.html

07/10/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The mythical Atlas is a strong but stupid Titan who is forced to bear the weight of the world on

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-10-atlas-the-worlds-most-dynamic-humanoid-robot.html

07/10/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Several physicists are urging the construction of a new facility to supplement the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The particle detectors

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-10-researchers-attempt-to-find-particles-that-escaped-the-worlds-largest-particle-accelerator.html

07/09/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Among the rare-earth elements, lutetium doesn’t get enough attention. But this may soon change as a new type of clock that

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-09-a-neglected-rare-earth-element-could-change-the-way-we-tell-time.html

07/09/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Space might be dangerous, but it also possesses unique qualities that make it perfect for producing certain materials and products.

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-09-space-manufacturing-scientists-looking-toward-the-stars-to-create-stronger-materials.html

07/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The Space Race was originally driven by national prestige, scientific curiosity, and technological prowess. Tourism eventually joined those lofty reasons,

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-08-space-mining-could-turn-out-to-be-a-trillion-dollar-industry.html

07/05/2018 / By David Williams

Humanity has truly come a long way as far as battery technology is concerned. Nowadays, it’s clear that lithium-ion is

http://www.futuresciencenews.com/2018-07-05-supercapacitor-technology-breakthrough-may-lead-to-a-dependable-alternative-to-storing-energy.html