Singaporean Scientists Develop Device to ‘Communicate’ With Plants Using Electrical Signals

Singaporean Scientists Develop Device to ‘Communicate’ With Plants Using Electrical Signals.

A team of scientists led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a device that can deliver electrical signals to and from plants, opening the door to new technologies that make use of plants…


Autonomous Mars Smiley Robot Follows You Around with Candy

Mars Wrigley teamed up with Wakefern Food Corp. to develop an autonomous “Mars Smiley Robot” to deliver products to shoppers at a ShopRite store in Monroe, New York. Not only does it follow customers around, but it plays music and dances while zooming around the store offering treats for sale. It uses self-driving technology to ensure safe operation, complete with sanitation wipes to safeguard shoppers. Read more for a video and additional information…


Apple Is Reportedly Arming Its Upcoming iPad Pro With Thunderbolt Port

A host of new Apple devices – including iPad Pro, iPad Mini and the AirTags object tracker – are rumored to debut in April. Of course, the hype and speculations are everywhere, especially around the upcoming iPad Pro refresh and the upgrades it will bring to the table, with two of the key changes being a Mini-LED display and mmWave 5G support. But there might be another huge surprise. As per a Bloomberg report, we might see a Thunderbolt port on Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro models. Here’s what it says…


For the First Time in History, Scientists Grow Embryos in an Artificial Womb

A new study tells the story of healthy mice embryos, developing into fetuses complete with heartbeats and burgeoning limbs, healthy and growing…


Startup Founded by ‘Survivor’ Champ Debuts Airless Bike Tires Based on NASA Rover Tech

As NASA is quick to remind people, the investments it funnels toward space exploration often wind up improving life on Earth — and it’s now in the business of speeding up some of that work through startups. SMART, a startup founded in 2020, has a partnership with NASA through the Space Act Agreement and is part of the agency’s formal Startup Program that aims to commercialize some of its innovations. The young company today revealed its first product: An airless bicycle tire based on technology NASA engineers created to make future lunar and Martian rovers even more resilient…


YouTube Can Now Warn Creators About Copyright Issues Before Videos Are Posted

In an effort to make the process of uploading a video and receiving ad revenue easier, YouTube is rolling out a new tool called “Checks” that tells a creator ahead of time if their video contains copyrighted material and complies with advertising guidelines…


4 New Particles Were Found at CERN — and They Could Crack the Secrets of Nature’s Laws

This month is a time to celebrate. CERN has just announced the discovery of four brand-new particles at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva. This means that the LHC has now found a total of 59 new particles, in addition to the Nobel prize-winning Higgs boson, since it started colliding protons – particles that make up the atomic nucleus along with neutrons – in 2009. Excitingly, while some of these new particles were expected based on our established theories, some were altogether more surprising…

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