Archive | July, 2012

A Thought-Provoking Futuristic Concept ― ‘Sight’ [VIDEO]

Have you ever thought about biomedical advances in the field of robotics and vision in next 10 years or so? You gotta see this then.

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How a 17-year-old Girl Built Artificial ‘Brain’ to Detect Breast Cancer?

17-year-old Brittany Wenger wins a grand prize at the second annual Google Science Fair for her project on improving breast cancer diagnosis accuracy using artificial neural networks.

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How Can We Make X-rays Safer Using Moth Eye-inspired Technology

Its amazing to see that Moths’ eyes can inspire the the development of nanoscale materials that could reduce radiation dosages received by patients being X-rayed and improve the resolution of the resulting images.

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EnableTalk: Gloves That Translate Sign Language Into Speech [VIDEO]

Ukrainian students invent gloves that convert sign language into speech. Will it bridge the language gap that separates hearing from non-hearing culture?

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Necomimi Brainwave-Controlled Cat Ears Price Available – $85 only

Last year, one of my blog posts went viral about Necomimi brainwave-controlled ears. So, the prices are available, will you be buying this neuro-communication gadget?

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How To Get Free Starbucks Tall Hot Brewed Coffee on July 4th? Just Walk In.

Well, the news is right. Starbucks is the perfect place to get coffee on July 4th. There are no print outs, coupons, or any vouchers needed. Just a simple walk in.

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