This Week in Tech – 03/11/2018: Researchers Inject Tiny Devices Into the Bloodstream to Deliver Drugs With Precision

Nanobots Kill Off Cancerous Tumours as Fiction Becomes Reality

A new prospect for cancer treatment opened up last month, when researchers for the first time successfully used tiny, nanometre-sized robots to treat cancerous tumours in mice…


Vision-Improving Nanoparticle Eyedrops Could End the Need for Glasses

High-tech eyeglasses can give blind people the ability to see, but could the development of eyesight-improving eyedrops help eliminate the need for glasses altogether? Quite possibly, suggests new research coming out of Israel’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar-Ilan University…


The Army Is Eyeing a Personal Hoverboard That Can Reach 10,000 Feet

Combat soldiers could one day take be taking their exploits to new heights – literally…


We Can Now Store Light as Sound, and It’s a Game Changer for Computing

Last year, scientists took a big step towards creating the next generation of computers…


HP Releases New Germicide-Resistant Computers for Hospitals

HP announced a new line of laptops, displays, and all-in-one desktops resistant to intense cleaning materials for people who work in hospitals and doctors’ offices.


Fancy Charging Up Your Electric Car in 10 Minutes?

That’s the enticing prospect being touted by researchers who reckon they’ve discovered a new material that could boost the performance of a carbon-based supercapacitor – sometimes called an ultracapacitor – a type of energy storage device that can be charged very quickly and offload its power very quickly, too…


SpaceX Confirms Plan to Activate South Texas Launch Site in Late 2018

Following our report that Elon Musk’s space company was progressing on the development of a new launch site in Texas, SpaceX’s Senior Communications Manager James Gleeson has confirmed with Teslarati that the company is, in fact, working towards the activation of its South Texas launch facilities in late 2018, possibly sooner…

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