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In Frank Herbert's Dune novels, water is so scarce on planet Arrakis that it's absolutely sacred to the desert-dwelling Fremen, who wear special 'stillsuits' that capture and recycle nearly all their body fluids. Now, a YouTuber has built one for real.Continue ReadingCategory: TechnologyTags: YouTube, Water, Water Conservation, Movies, Filters
If you were to think of practical places to locate a water park, the Saudi Arabian desert probably wouldn't be high on the list. However, Saudi authorities don't seem too worried about practicalities lately so Aquarabia is currently under construction, and is set to create waterslides, water-based activities, and the country's first inland surf park.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, Lifesty
Just a dozen humans in all of history have had the incredible experience of walking on the Moon. The best of the best. Our bravest and most competent. Earth's ambassadors. Twelve men of incredible physical fitness and intellectual prowess.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: MIT, Robotics, Moon, Lunar, Space Suit
A strange sea creature known as the salp reproduces asexually, building long chains of clones. Researchers have now decoded the way these long salp chains propel themselves, a finding that could lead to better propulsion systems for underwater vehicles.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Ocean, Biomimicry, University of Oregon, Robotics, Underwater
sapolio transforms the mosquito’s favored habitat into a hostile place for it to lay its eggs, aiming to achieve a 92% protection rate. The post solar-powered device sets stagnant water into motion to protect against dengue mosquitos appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Snails are great at climbing vertical surfaces, even though they have just a single wet suction-cup foot. A new bio-inspired robot climbs walls by mimicking that simple yet effective mechanism, although thankfully it leaves a trail of water instead of mucus.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: University of Bristol, Biomimicry, locomotion

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