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As well as its high-end custom tiny houses and more affordable Signature Series, Tiny Heirloom also designs tiny houses for businesses. Its latest model in this vein, dubbed the Kentucky Donut Shop, fits both a home and a bakery business into a compact towable dwelling. .. Continue Reading Tasty tiny house is a bakery and home on wheels Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home
Despite being great space-savers, All-in-One computers have been getting bigger and bigger over the years. But Shuttle's new P20U bucks that trend and shrinks the touch display down to tablet size for a computing machine that's being aimed primarily at point-of-sale applications rather than tiny student digs... Continue Reading Shuttle shrinks AIO computer down to tablet size Category: Co
There's little doubt that the neatly packaged nature of a certain Swedish furniture-maker's products are a big reason for its success, and lately we're seeing how flatpack kits can have a certain appeal for those looking into alternative housing solutions. Here are five of our favorites... Continue Reading Five of the finest flatpack homes Category: Architecture Tags: Building
Quantum entanglement – the idea that two particles can become inextricably linked across vast distances – is an eerie concept that Einstein himself had trouble accepting, and yet over the past few decades it's been experimentally demonstrated time and time again. But are there other variables interfering that we simply don't understand yet? To find out, MIT researchers have now performed a
The NYU School of Medicine's Department of Radiology is joining forces with Facebook's Artificial Intelligence Research group on a project aiming to utilize AI to dramatically speed up the time it takes to complete a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan... Continue Reading Facebook and NYU turn to AI to make MRI scans up to 10 times faster Category: Medical Tags: Algorithms
Water, like gold, is where you find it and a team of scientists led by Shuai Li of the University of Hawaii and Brown University claim to have found definitive evidence of water ice at both north and south poles of the Moon. Using data from NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) instrument aboard the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter, the new discovery indic
ESA researchers are looking at lunar dust as a raw material for making bricks to build habitats for future manned outposts on the Moon. Using "simulants" that mimic the properties of actual Moon dust, the goal is to determine if the gray, fine, rough-edged dust that covers the lunar surface is suitable for making habitats, roads, launch pads and other installations... Continue Reading ESA
Stratolaunch has yet to send its first payload into orbit, but the company announced today that it is developing a new family of air-launched boosters that will enter service in 2020. The four rockets of various sizes will be carried by the world's largest aircraft, the eponymous dual-fuselage Stratolaunch, that has wingspan of 385 ft (117 m) and will be able to carry a range of payloads i
Remember when backpacks were just used for, you know … carrying your stuff around? Well, the Lumzag has quite a few extra features – it even has a rearview camera... Continue Reading High-tech backpack packs in the extras Category: Wearables Tags: Backpacks Indiegogo
Even though widely-consumed fish such as Nile tilapia may frequently be raised on farms, the food that they eat still contains ecologically-important fish that are caught in the ocean, depleting wild stocks. That's why Dartmouth College scientists are now looking at replacing the fishmeal in that food with existing algae meal... Continue Reading Algae-meal fish food could make aquaculture

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