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Combining aspects of a mountain bike, trekking bike and cargo bike, Tern has designed an all-weather, all-terrain pedal-assist gear hauler called the Orox that taps into Bosch power and is dual-battery ready for extended trips into the wild.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Tern, ebikes, Pedal-assisted, cargo bike, Off-road
How hard could it be to fly a helicopter if the controls consisted of just one stick and two touchscreens? That's exactly what the case is with the recently announced Skyryse One, which could be yours for just shy of $2 million.Continue ReadingCategory: Aircraft, TransportTags: Helicopters, Autonomous flight, Flight
There's enough natural hydrogen trapped underground to meet all projected demands for hundreds of years. An unpublished report by the US Geological Survey identifies it as a new primary resource, and fires the starter pistol on a new gold rush.Continue ReadingCategory: Energy, ScienceTags: Hydrogen, Hydrogen Economy, Resources, Planetary Resources, Energy, Clean+Fuel
The Expandy is a single piece of furniture that can be expanded width-wise to serve three purposes. Simply by pulling on it from one end, users are able to convert it from an armchair to a loveseat to a sofa.Continue ReadingCategory: Around The Home, LifestyleTags: Sofas, Chair, Seat, Transformable, Furniture
Next-gen anti-obesity drugs like injectable liraglutide, sold as Saxenda, deliver impressive results in the first 12 months. New research looks into what happens to those results once treatment stops.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: GLP1, Obesity, Diet, Exercise, Ozempic
Producing music these days can be something of a flat experience, undertaken using powerful software running on a computer. With the sales launch of the Apple Vision Pro, DAW maker Hit'n'Mix is planning to immerse musicians in their creations.Continue ReadingCategory: Music, TechnologyTags: Production, 3D, Immersion, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
No-one has seen the Yellow-crested Helmetshrike for about 20 years. That changed when researchers embarked on a six-week expedition in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and captured the dramatic-looking yellow-topped bird in its first-known photo.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Birds, University of Texas, Ornithology, Conservation, Ecology, Extinction
Damaged brain tissue can possibly be re-grown using a new method that lets researchers guide stem cells into exactly the type of brain cells they need for a particular spot. They're targeting new treatments for stroke, traumatic brain injury and MS.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Hydrogels, Brain, Traumatic Brain Injury, Ruhr University Bochum
Historians have discovered what may be the world's first decimal point, in an ancient manuscript written 150 years before its next known appearance. There have been many ways to split integers, but this little dot has proven uniquely powerful.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Mathematics, History, Writing
While current diagnostic definitions of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are relatively new, the general condition has been identified by clinicians under a variety of names for centuries. Recent genetic studies have revealed the condition to be highly heritable, meaning the majority of those with the condition have genetically inherited it from their parents.Continue ReadingCatego 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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