The vegan-carnivore war never stops. Now, it may get even heated thanks to meat-based plants. The concept of plant-based meat is not new and has been in the market for quite some time much to the delight of vegans but this new wild concept is going to make vegans go bonkers.
If you haven’t already heard, Walt Disney has a research division that creates amazing things like real-life working lightsabers, free-roaming robotic actors, and stunt robots, which are used at its theme parks and in making TV shows and movies. The latest tech to emerge from this amazing R&D division is called HoloTile.
With today’s technology, setting records for the smallest drone or the heaviest cargo lifted by a drone may not be particularly challenging. However, creating the world’s largest drone while adhering to strict weight limits relative to its size presents a significant challenge. This ambitious endeavor was undertaken by researchers at the University of Manchester.
Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer turned YouTube content creator, first gained worldwide fame with his unique science content, including building the world’s largest NERF Gun and the world’s biggest Super Soaker. Fast forward seven years, and he took on a fresh challenge: creating the world’s smallest NERF gun, this time with help from the …
I am beginning to think the future of meat may be, well, no future. It would be plant-based. I mean, it could happen now that Nissin Foods, the Japanese food company that is mostly famously known for its cup noodles, has successfully developed plant-based eel. You heard that right. Even the iconic Japanese eel dish …
While some labs are trying to better the lives of people who had lost their limbs with robotic inventions, some roboticists at the University of Tokyo want to add more arms to regular people with a robotic research project dubbed Jizai Arms.
Drones that morph to achieve another form of mobility aren’t new. There are even toys that do that too. However, this latest developed by Caltech, in collaboration with Northeastern University is something else. Called M4, which is short for Multi-Modal Mobility Morphobot – it is a bioinspired robot that flies, rolls, walks, and more.
Dyson has reworked its existing sensing technology used in its air purifiers incorporated into a backpack which allows the backpack to double as an air sensing device. Over 300 primary school students and 12 teachers from six schools in Melbourne’s inner west will carry the Dyson Air Quality Backpacks for four days in a pioneering …
Ever wonder how modern concrete structures become dilapidated after only a few decades while Roman concrete structures which were built over a thousand years ago still stand today? Well, apparently, it involved some “secret ingredients” in the concrete mix.
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin use new brain-machine interface technology to allow tetraplegics to control their wheelchairs through mind control. In this one of the first studies of its kind, several patients with severe motor disabilities were able to maneuver a wheelchair that translates their thoughts into movement.