Should You Repair or Sell Your Damaged Vehicle?

Car ownership is a dream come true for those who’ve recently reached the legal driving age limit, but nobody truly appreciates how expensive vehicle ownership is until they experience it for themselves. We’re all told by seasoned motorists that purchasing and running car is a significant financial burden, but we prefer not to listen to them during our early driving ...

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This New Material Could Make Any Pair Of Glasses Into Night Vision Goggles

If you want to see clearly at night, you need some piece of night vision equipment. Whether it’s night vision goggles, a camera, binoculars, or anything else outfitted with night vision capabilities, the fact remains true. But, unfortunately, not everyone has access to night vision goggles or the like. Most users tend to be professionals who need night vision tech ...

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State-of-the-Art Upgrades For Older Metrology Equipment

Few pieces of equipment in your shop are going to prove as durable as your coordinate measuring machine; its body experiences little wear and tearif you load and unload properly and it has not been transported, or was transported by experts. You still see instruments in use from the 1990s and you may even have one yourself, as they can ...

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Why you should Recycle Printer Cartridges

What do you usually do with the used up printer ink cartridges? Well, 8 out of every 10 people throw the used cartridges in the dustbin. You do that too, don’t you? You shouldn’t. Read ahead to find out why: Printer cartridges are made of a complex combination of plastics, metals, foams and chemicals that can probably take up to ...

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Bionic Building Materials Allow Buildings To Open And Close


When it comes to futuristic technology buildings are one of the most impressive mediums of displaying this type of technology. Today we're checking out a new bionic material that allows buildings to open and close like flowers that bloom. Flectofin is a material based upon the Bird of Paradise flower. The material has been around for approximately a year and just received the first ever Gips-Schüle Research Prize.

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