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We've seen robots that can respond to touch, to visual cues and of course voice commands, but what about a robot with a sense of taste? Scientists have developed an experimental device built to explore this possibility, and in its current form can already conduct a little taste test to see if its bathwater has been contaminated... Continue Reading Robotic arm taste tests its own bathwater
A new electromagnetic induction technology promises to make beer and other beverages taste better and have a longer shelf life. Developed by Purdue University-affiliated startup Induction Food Systems (IFS), the new technique that applies precise heating to food processing has recently completed its major first round of testing ahead of a market launch later this year... Continue Reading E
According to a new study from Northwestern University, our preference for sweet or bitter beverages isn't so much about flavor, but about the psychoactive buttons these drinks push in our brains. .. Continue Reading Feelings trump taste when it comes to preferences for beer and coffee Category: Science Tags: Beer Coffee Health Neurological Neuroscience Psycholo
We know that our perception of flavor involves a complex interaction between odors detected in the nose and tastes sensed by our tongue. A fascinating new study has turned the science of flavor perception upside down, discovering the same olfactory receptors that detect odors in our nose can be found in taste cells on the tongue... Continue Reading Odor receptors in taste cells suggest you
While most of us shake off the flu after a week or two, in more extreme cases the virus has been known to actually reshape the structure of the lungs. Now, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered a major part of that restructuring that until now had gone unnoticed – "taste bud cells" seem to grow in the lungs after a severe case of the flu... Continue Reading Severe f
in just three days since its first recorded test-fire, the raptor has reached '172 metric tons of force and 257 bar chamber pressure with warm propellant.' The post spaceX and elon musk can almost taste mars with successful new engine test appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Some seafood aficionados swear that you just have to try pufferfish sushi – unfortunately, though, if it isn't prepared correctly, it'll kill you. Scientists from China and the UK have developed a safer alternative, by replicating the flavor of the fish without any of the poison... Continue Reading Scientists safely reproduce the taste of toxic pufferfish – fugu tofu, anyone? Category: Sc
from velvety marshmallow or custard cream to the crunch of hard candies and lollipops and tangy tartness of citrus quarters… The post the sweet taste of richard mille’s bonbon watch collection at SIHH 2019 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Automotive technology continues advancing forward at blinding speed. Electric vehicles are inching toward their big tipping point; self-driving technologies are growing and improving; and even the good, old internal combustion engine is learning new tricks. Pretty soon we'll all be zipping around in the swarm of self-driving, self-charging electric taxi pods. Before we do, we'll continue g
the design academy eindhoven graduate combines empathy with material, color, and facial mimicry to prove that taste is created mostly, if not entirely, in our minds.  The post in digital seasoning, laila snevele stimulates your taste buds through 3D visualisations appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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