UC San Diego scientists are building tiny nanobots to swim through your stomach

Nanoengineers at UC San Diego have developed tiny micromotor nanobots — around half the width of a human hair in size — capable of swimming through the body to distribute medication.

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Is that Chanel counterfeit? Artificial intelligence scanner distinguishes real from fake goods

A new machine-learning system developed by researchers from New York University is able to distinguish genuine and counterfeit products by analyzing microscopic characteristics that are invisible to the human eye.

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It's saliva! A new ultra-thin battery is powered by spit

Innovative researchers from Binghamton University, State University of New York have developed the next step in microbial fuel cells: a paper-like battery thats activated by saliva.

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Frighteningly accurate 'mind reading' AI reads brain scans to guess what you're thinking

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a deep learning neural network that’s able to read complex thoughts based on brain scans — even interpreting complete sentences.

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Researchers create high-speed internet lane for when disaster strikes

Researchers from the Rochester Institute of Technology have developed a new internet protocol to help emergency responders communicate without disruption when it’s most vital to do so.

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MIT announces successful 'print run' of first ever full-scale building

Researchers at MIT have developed a system with the capability to create a large-scale building using 3D-printing technology.

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This terrifying robot can drill through your skull in 2 minutes — and that's a good thing

The University of Utah has developed an automated drill for cranial surgery. It can cut an opening in the skull in just 2.5 minutes. That’s a massive 50x faster than a human surgeon.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/03/this-terrifying-robot-can-drill-through-your-skull-in-2-minutes-and-thats-good-thing.html

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Computer-generated 'brain age' estimates how much time you've got left

Researchers at Imperial College London have developed a machine learning algorithm that can look at people’s “brain age” and use this to predict their lifespan. Here’s how it works.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/27/computer-generated-brain-age-estimates-how-much-time-youve-got-left.html

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Traceable liquid used to identify looted Syrian artifacts

A company in the U.K. has developed clear traceable liquid that is harnessed in the battle against black market sales of Syrian antiquities.

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Startup to serve up chicken strips cultivated from cells in lab

A Bay Area food-technology startup says it has successfully developed the world’s first chicken strip grown from self-reproducing cells without so much as ruffling a feather.

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Real-life Spider-Man coming soon: Artificial spider web can be grown in labs

Researchers in Sweden have developed a technique for growing large quantities of artificial spider silk in labs using bacteria. Now we just need Spider-Man-style web shooters to go along with it!

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/12/real-life-spider-man-coming-soon-artificial-spider-web-can-be-grown-in-labs.html

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Eye robot: Medical device can carry out cataract surgery with precise cuts

Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants developed a medical robot capable of performing one of the world’s most common but delicate operations: cataract surgery. For now, however, it’s only a tech demonstration.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/15/eye-robot-medical-device-can-carry-out-cataract-surgery-with-precise-cuts.html

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MIT researchers make buildings smart enough to 'sense' internal damage over time

MIT researchers have developed a new computational model for buildings that analyzes ambient vibrations and uses these insights to monitor for damage or mechanical stress.

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The 'Sea Wasp' will be a potent threat to terrorists and their underwater bombs

Saab has developed a robot that will be able to discover and defeat bombs hidden underwater off US shores and near American vessels.

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If dogs could talk… this is what they would say

Scientists at Georgia Tech have developed technology that allows dogs to trigger audible cues or send text message alerts.

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MIT researcher's artificial skin will make you look 10 years younger

A team of MIT researchers has developed an artificial skin that could make you look years younger. Besides its potential for cosmetic use, researchers hope to use the second skin in a variety of medical applications.

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IBM & Box collaborate on new MobileFirst app for iPhone and iPad

Article Image IBM on Thursday revealed its latest MobileFirst iOS app for enterprise, Expert Seller, which was developed in partnership with cloud storage service Box.

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