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It may sound more like science fiction than science fact, but researchers have created bionic jellyfish by embedding microelectronics into these ubiquitous marine invertebrates with hopes to deploy them to monitor and explore the world's oceans.
Use Lego parts to reproduce mechanical stresses on human cells. This was the original idea devised by a team of Inserm scientists to offset the very costly human and material resources required for research of this type.
Having launched on PC ahead of a console release in 2021, innovative Pokémon homage Temtem became the Steam store's biggest seller for the week.
BEING connected is an important aspect in today’s mobile community as it helps keep you on the pulse with real-time information, such as news, work and social networks.
Experts from China’s artificial intelligence companies underscored how the industry is devoted to alleviating social problems globally,
What does human flesh taste like? Canadian English teacher faces child abuse charges for showing BBC video in South Korea
Shocked children being treated for post-traumatic stress, say South Korea police. Video shows host Greg Foot having flesh removed from his thigh, then cooking the sample.
From tiredness-detecting driving glasses to shin guards that judge the performance of footballers – we've come a long way since the early days of the pulse-measuring smart watch.
Eastern Europe is a new frontier for private medical care, and insurers and tech startups are racing to steal a march on their rivals by harnessing the region's health data.
Guess who's getting used to working with robots in their everyday lives? The very same warehouse workers once predicted to be losing their jobs to mechanical replacements.