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The new flying doctor leaving paramedics in its wake.
A new alloy can return to its original shape 10 million times.
A range of GPS devices explained.
Bacteria spores are part of a new concrete mix.
The groundbreaking Oculus Rift headset.
Introducing a cheap, efficient way to clarify waste water.
Technology makes life easier for most – but not radio astronomers.
A strontium clock can tick for 15 billion years and not lose a second.
Quantum computing in silicon has moved a step closer to becoming a reality.
The many advantages of the electric car explained.
A cheaper and more efficient way to take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere has been found.
Remotely steered cockroaches can be sent into danger zones.
This book debunks the promises of digital prophets.
Buying a microscope can be a daunting prospect.
Research into alternatives to silicon solar cells is making rapid progress.
Don't believe reports that the silicon chip will soon be outdated.
There is nothing small about this scientific feat of art.
High-altitude pseudo-satellites are less expensive to launch than the conventional kind and safer too.
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Scientists are printing electronic circuits that spring up from a flat surface to form tiny 3D components.
The daughter of Lord Byron was the first to grasp computer programming.
In praise of the efficient and versatile LED light.
Today’s 3D printers make Star Trek gadgets look tame.
A selection of the most popular items on our blog over the past week.
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Why the humble LED won the Nobel for physics.
A so-called thinking machine may have inspired the father of modern computing.