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Stu Robarts

The Gulf Stream Tank aquarium will form the centerpiece of the new Patricia and Phillip Fr...

An impressive engineering operation has been carried out to create the centerpiece of the new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami. Created in one continuous concrete pour that took 24 hours and 49 minutes, the 500,000 gal Gulf Stream Tank aquarium will be home to a number of deep sea species which visitors will be able to view from both top and bottom.  Read More

LG's new Door-in-Door Mega-Capacity refrigerator has compartments built into the frames of...

When a fridge is opened, warm external air gets into the main storage area and energy must be used to cool it again. LG tackled this problem with its Door-in-Door French-door refrigerator, which allowed regular-use items to be stored in a door-frame compartment. Now, the company has updated the design.  Read More

The University of Cambridge and Boeing have partnered to create an electric-hybrid test ai...

We're all familiar with hybrid cars, but hybrid planes are virtually unheard of. Now though, researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, have partnered with Boeing to test what they say is the first hybrid-electric aircraft. It is said to use 30 percent less fuel than a gas-only equivalent.  Read More

The Taoshouse in New Mexico, US, is expected to run entirely on electricity generated by i...

A home built in New Mexico, US, is expected to run entirely from the electricity generated from energy harvested by its nine 230 W solar panels. The Taoshouse also has a number of design features to help keep power usage to a minimum.  Read More

Google has unveiled the first complete prototype of its self-driving car

Google has been developing autonomous car technology since 2010. Now, it has unveiled the first complete prototype of its self-driving car. The company expects the vehicle to be hitting the streets of California some time in 2015.  Read More

Philips plans to upgrade 225,000 city lights in Madrid

Philips has announced that it plans to upgrade the city lighting of Madrid, Spain, with internet-connected LEDs. A total of 225,000 street lights will be replaced, in what the company says is the largest such project to date. The city will benefit from improved efficiency, costs and light quality.  Read More

The Kuma is a new spork that's designed to be as small and portable as possible With objects you need to take camping or that you need to keep on you at all times, portability is key. Reducing camping cutlery down to an absolute minimum is the approach Micah Baclig has taken with his new spork. The Kuma fits into the palm of a hand.  Read More

Cadillac is planning to replace the rear-view mirror with a video feed Although they're meant to show what's happening on the road behind you, rear-view mirrors can be obstructed by headrests, passengers and luggage. To counter this, Cadillac is planning to replace the rear-view mirror with a video feed. It estimates a 300 percent increase in field of vision.  Read More

The Kipstr is a wristband that will start recording a TV show being watched should the wea...

If you've ever sat down to watch a program on TV only to wake up as the closing credits are rolling, there's a new wearable device in which you may be interested. Kipstr makes sure you don't miss your show by dozing off. The wristband recognizes if you fall asleep, and starts recording.  Read More

Ghost Ship is an installation at the Amsterdam Light Festival (Photo: Janus van den Eijnde...

Visitors to Amsterdam at the moment better have nerves of steel. A ghost ship has been spotted moored on one of the city's famous canals. There's no need to be scared, though. The spooky apparition has been created with some clever visual trickery, as part of the Amsterdam Light Festival.  Read More

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