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Coffee is a Time Machine for Human Body - 09/17/2015

A cup of espresso after dinner not only invigorates and allows going to bed later, but also bust the internal clock of the human body. This was discovered by American scientists, authors of the article in Science Translational Medicine journal. The researchers found that a double espresso, drunk before going to sleep, disrupts the internal clock by about 40 minutes back. The impact of caffeine on...

Top-Five Scientific News: Tablets Instead of Bicycles and the Longest Flight Ever - 09/09/2015

Here are the five hottest news from innovations world 1. The longest flight The world of civil aviation has got a new record. One of the Middle Eastern carriers announced the launch of nonstop flights on the longest routes in the world. It will connect Dubai to Panama City, capital of the eponymous state in Central America. Boeing-777-200LR will overcome the distance of almost 14 thousand...

One Ring to Rule Your Body - 08/31/2015

A gadget, called Oura, will help to sleep better and improve productivity, according to the developers. In fact, Oura is very similar to a classic men's ring, but has much more in intself. The device is an analog of a sports tracker: it can monitor the activity of the owner and the quality of his sleep. The ceramic case hides set of sensors, required computing elements, battery 40 mAh and a...

Sony Develops UAV for Business - 08/26/2015

Sony continues to experiment with fashion trends. Having created a VR-helmet Morpheus and announced a fitness bracelet based on e-ink, the Japanese company has reached the drones. Together with manufacturers of robotic equipment, Sony has created an autopilot drone for business. Sony managed to create an original design that combines the distinctive features and strengths of helicopter and...

Hackers Have Learned to Make Money on "Virtual Children" - 08/14/2015

Thanks to the active dissemination of online registration systems in the US, criminals can easily create a "virtual baby" on which one can arrange to take out loans and grants, and when the criminal grows tired - kill the "child" and get insurance. Experts in digital security warned about the threat of hackers creating a "virtual child", existing only in the Internet space, but where one can...

Painted Reality: Will Computer Graphics Replace Naked Body? - 08/06/2015

The development of new technologies can lead to the fact that the stars will cease to denude in front of the lens, and their bodies will be drawn instead, according to The Verge. The publication examines the history of the cinema with the appearance of cameras in 1889 to the present day. Researchers believe that the fashion for the use of computer graphics in explicit scenes began with the movie...

Top 5 Breakthroughs for Soldiers of the Future - 07/27/2015

Projects on creation of the soldiers of the future exist in many countries around the world. Many of them are quite promising. Here is the top 5 developments of future soldier equipment (of course, those that are not blacked out). Armed forces of the USA and other countries, as well as government agencies such as DARPA, continue to develop high-tech armor, sensors, communications equipment and...

China Aims to Build a Hybrid Reactor Working on Nuclear Waste - 07/17/2015

Chinese scientists have begun work on the creation of a hybrid thermonuclear reactor of fusion-fission method to burn nuclear waste. The project is implemented within the walls of a secret research center of engineering and physical academy in Sichuan Province, specializing in the creation of nuclear weapons. It is expected that the hybrid reactor can also use the spent nuclear fuel of...

Boeing Patented a Plane Running on Thermonuclear Explosions Energy - 07/13/2015

Boeing has received from the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) patent approval for an aircraft engine, runs on the energy of thermonuclear explosions. The lasers hit the radioactive substances (deuterium and tritium) are the main element of the device. It is assumed that high power lasers can shoot on radioactive isotopes of hydrogen into the combustion chamber. As a result, a nuclear fusion...

USA: A Place in the Sun - 07/09/2015

The US administration unveiled plans for a large-scale expansion of the solar energy use and making it available primarily to the poor and disadvantaged. By 2020, the United States will have installed equipment for recycling solar energy with capacity of 300 MW, which is three times more than planned earlier. July 7, the administration of US President revealed plans on solar energy major...
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