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3D Print Your Own Laboratory-Grade Precision Microscope for $18

The open-source concept by Bath University offers schools, homes, and laboratories the ability to print their own precision microscopes in 3D. Through an open-source design developed at the University of Bath, laboratories around the world will fo...

20-Kilowatt Wireless Charging System Demonstrated on Hybrid Electric UPS Delivery Truck

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory demonstrated a 20 kilowatt bi-directional wireless charging device on a Small plug-in hybrid electric delivery truck, extending the technology to a broader class of vehicles and creating a new form of ...

Google Duo group video calls coming to Chrome in weeks

Work and personal video calling are growing in the face of COVID-19, with Google announcing last month a handful of new Duo features to meet the demand. Google Duo will soon add web calling groups and sharing links, as well as a family mode. At th...

Bosch is using artificial intelligence to eliminate sun glare while driving

Since the dawn of driving, there's been an annoying constant sun glare. Early commuters squinted and used gloved hands to hide the blinding rays of the sun, at least until about 95 years ago when the first sun visor came up with some brilliance. Near...

Ballie the rolling robot is Samsung's near-future vision of personal care

The first thing I notice when I pick up Ballie is how light it is: It's about the size of a hefty grapefruit but much less dense. Ballie's plastic, scalloped frame gives a sense of playfulness to this otherwise undescribed ball, one that would not ha...

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