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World’s First Cancer Treating Nanorobot Unveiled in South Korea

World’s First Cancer Treating Nanorobot Unveiled in South Korea

Photo © Shutterstock A group of South Korean scientists have developed a microscopic robot that can both detect and treat cancer. The nanorobot is powered by a special, genetically-modified bacteria

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Brilliant SunBeamer Skylight Reflects Daylight Exactly Where You Want It

Brilliant SunBeamer Skylight Reflects Daylight Exactly Where You Want It

The new SunBeamer skylight is a clever and surprisingly simple daylighting solution that directs sunlight exactly where you need it most. Developed by SunCentral, the sun-tracking circular skylight uses

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Google Acquires ‘Big Dog’ and ‘Cheetah’ Robot Manufacturer Boston Dynamics

Google Acquires ‘Big Dog’ and ‘Cheetah’ Robot Manufacturer Boston Dynamics

Google just acquired Boston Dynamics, the company behind the (terrifying) BigDog rough-terrain robot and Cheetah, a four-legged robot that can run faster than Usain Bolt. Boston Dynamics contracts for the

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Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Kotter crosses photography, sculpture and technology to create glowing installations that give physical form to light. In a constant exploration of new materials and techniques, he creates visually

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Green Holiday Gift Guide: Green Gadget Gifts

Green Holiday Gift Guide: Green Gadget Gifts

2013 has been an incredible year for green gadgets - from the advent of affordable 3d printers to innovative new renewable energy generators - and we've rounded up some of this year's best and brightest

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This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

Do you solemnly swear to love, cherish, and check your smartphone alerts every ten seconds? Then you might be the perfect candidate for The Smarty Ring. Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, the Smarty

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China’s Air Pollution is So Bad it Can Be Seen from Outer Space

China’s Air Pollution is So Bad it Can Be Seen from Outer Space

We are all used to see pictures of Beijing and Shanghai blanked by pollution and smog, but now NASA's Terra satellite has taken pictures of a massive haze that is over 750 miles long and stretches between

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Norway Announces Plans to Digitize Entire National Library

Norway Announces Plans to Digitize Entire National Library

 Photo © Shutterstock The National Library of Norway has just announced plans to digitize its entire library of hundreds of thousands of books by the mid-2020s. A new law will require all published

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Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Technology with Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle

Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Technology with Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle

Ford just unveiled an automated Ford Fusion Hybrid research vehicle that will be used to evaluate future driverless vehicle technology. The vehicle is the next step in Ford's Blueprint for Mobility, and

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Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Created by Emerging Objects founders, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, the Saltygloo is an artistic experiment in using 3D printing technology and additive manufacturing techniques to turn local

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Are Portable Airbags Coming Soon to a Smartphone Near You?

Are Portable Airbags Coming Soon to a Smartphone Near You?

If there’s one thing all smartphone owners have in common, it’s the anxiety about dropping and cracking an expensive piece of hardware while you’re out and about during the day. Most people slide

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Announcing the Winners of the Project Kitchen Upgrade Contest!

Announcing the Winners of the Project Kitchen Upgrade Contest!

Drumroll please....... You came, you voted, and now it's time to reveal the grand prize winner of our Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest! We received over 200 images of ugly kitchens from all over the

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio has long been an advocate of environmental ventures - and he just teamed up with Venturi Automobiles to launch the world's first electric vehicle racing series. If all goes as planned,

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Metalysis Creates the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Car Parts

Metalysis Creates the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Car Parts

Rotherham-based company Metalysis just teamed up with engineers from Sheffield University to roll out the world's first 3D-printed titanium car parts! The company has developed a novel process for

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Foodini 3D Printer Cooks Up Meals Like the Star Trek Food Replicator

Foodini 3D Printer Cooks Up Meals Like the Star Trek Food Replicator

3D printing is neat for making everything from plastic trinkets to full-sized rooms but did you know that the technology can also be used to make food? Inhabitat has seen a few 3D printers that can create

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3D Systems Debuts ProJet 4500 Full Color 3D Printer with Built-in Recycling

3D Systems Debuts ProJet 4500 Full Color 3D Printer with Built-in Recycling

3D Systems, a manufacturer of 3D printing solutions, just unveiled its new ProJet 4500 full-color plastic 3D printer. The company is calling it the world’s first and only continuous-tone full color 3D

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LAST CHANCE: Vote for the Worst Kitchen in Inhabitat’s Project Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest!

LAST CHANCE: Vote for the Worst Kitchen in Inhabitat’s Project Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest!

Tonight is the last chance to vote for your favorite entry! We received nearly 200 amazing submissions in our Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest over the last few weeks, and after countless hours of

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Sony’s High-Tech Toupee Doubles As GPS and Blood Pressure Monitor

Sony’s High-Tech Toupee Doubles As GPS and Blood Pressure Monitor

Something very funny is going on in the world of wearable technology. Fast on the heels of Microsoft's anti-overeating bra comes Sony's "SmartWig"--a high-tech toupee that's equipped with a bevy of

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Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

3D scanning could completely change the way we see the world, improve robotic vision, and lead to a whole new 3D printing revolution. While there’s a lot of promise in 3D scanning, the technology still

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5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

TIP 1: Wrap Your Home in Insulation - "The More, The Better!" Proper insulation is probably the most important factor you can control in creating an energy-efficient home. I always say insulation is like

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Microsoft Bra Sends A Text If You’re Stressed and Eating Too Much

Microsoft Bra Sends A Text If You’re Stressed and Eating Too Much

Normally we're thrilled to see a new concept for wearable technology, but the newest offering from Microsoft has us scratching our heads in disbelief. The software giant recently

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Jean Prouve’s Maison 8×8 Pioneered Affordable Prefab Design Way Back in 1948

Jean Prouve’s Maison 8×8 Pioneered Affordable Prefab Design Way Back in 1948

Jean Prouvé's Demountable Houses were designed according to the principles of prefabrication, flexibility and mobility, as well as functionality and rational fabrication. His main achievement was

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Swedish Students Design Passive Home Powered by the Sun

Swedish Students Design Passive Home Powered by the Sun

Measuring 645 sq foot, HALO takes its name and shape from the rainbow-like optical phenomenon around the sun. It was designed with small private rooms and large entertaining areas to shift people away

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Nissan LEAF Electric Vehicles are Powering Office Buildings in Japan

Nissan LEAF Electric Vehicles are Powering Office Buildings in Japan

Nissan’s zero-emission LEAF electric vehicle may be used to power entire buildings in Japan. The car manufacturer successfully completed an early test of the ‘vehicle-to-building’ technology at the

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ARKit’s Kensington Residence is a Tiny Green Prefab Home in Victoria, Australia

ARKit’s Kensington Residence is a Tiny Green Prefab Home in Victoria, Australia

The Kensington Residence is a 2 bedroom double story residence that was prefabricated offsite in 3 completely finished sections and environmentally engineered by GHD Australia. The tiny home measures a

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British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

The ETFE plastic roof canopy of the 6 Bevis Marks building in London features a decorative sheath that is the world’s first 3D-printed component approved for use in the construction industry, according

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New Inexpensive Technology Generates Electricity from Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic

New Inexpensive Technology Generates Electricity from Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic

Wallowing in traffic seems like an enormous waste of time and resources. But what if you could generate a little power during your daily commute? A Mexican entrepreneur has developed technology that

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100% Chemical-Free Sprayer Kills the Most Common Pathogens Using Only Water

100% Chemical-Free Sprayer Kills the Most Common Pathogens Using Only Water

This amazing Eco3Spray handheld sprayer from Franke turns ordinary tap water into ozone, enabling it to kill common nasties like E. coli, salmonella, staph aureus, and pneumonia without using any

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Futuristic Villa Kogelhof Wins Prestigious ARC13 Architecture Award

Futuristic Villa Kogelhof Wins Prestigious ARC13 Architecture Award

Dutch firm Paul de Ruiter Architects has triumphed over 110 entries to win the highly-esteemed ARC13 architecture prize with their ecologically-minded Villa Kogelhof. The prestigious award is given to

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100 Self-Driving Cars Set to Hit Sweden’s Public Roads in 2017

100 Self-Driving Cars Set to Hit Sweden’s Public Roads in 2017

Volvo just unveiled plans for the world's first large-scale trial of self-driving cars. The 'Drive Me' project will see 100 autonomous vehicles take to the streets of Gothenburg, Sweden in 2017. The cars

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