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  NASA’s  latest  Mars robot Valkyrie, could realistically  be mistaken for a superhero. Valkyrie, a 6 foot 2 inch tall robot with a glowing NASA logo on its chest, bears an uncanny resemblance to Marvel’s superhero Iron Man. A team of engineers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex., designed and built Valkyrie in

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Millenium FALCON feat

  At Digital Afro, we always like to display that many of the things you see in movies are based in reality. In Star Wars, Han Solo boasted about the speed of his ship the  ‘Millennium Falcon’ saying it made the “Kessel Run in under 12 Parsecs.” Little known fact is that a Parsec is

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Limb Regeneration Like Wolverine?

  Children are able to heal from injuries much faster than adults thanks in part to a particular protein. Scientists now are showing remarkable progress in harnessing  that protein & stimulating the regrowth of  lost tissue, and even limbs.                                

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Flexible batteries

It’s no secret, batteries are usually heavy, bulky and made of metal and other dangerous chemicals. With most electric devices, the battery  is generally a large portion of the devices weight. Scientists at the New Jersey Institute of Technology have joined the ranks of  Stanford University and LG, in creating prototype flexible batteries made from plastic that

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19 yr old

The idea of cleaning up the world’s oceans with its vast accumulations of disposed plastic material was considered an utter impossibility. Now a 19-year-old inventor says he and his foundation has a way to clean up the world’s oceans, and not only does he say we can do it, but that we can do it

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When physicians run out of treatment options, they look to an emerging field known as bioengineering for solutions to their patients’ ailments. Specialized scientists apply engineering principles to biological systems, opening up the possibility of creating new human tissue, organs, blood and even visual corneas. Waiting lists for organ transplants continue to be lengthy so

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  Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a research scientist at Univeristy of New York, has come up with something that is kind of creepy, but could help identify victims of crimes and other situations where identification of an unknown person is necessary. While riding home on the subway, she noticed various items left behind from passengers, gum, cigarette

  Designed by Macedonian designer Slavche Tanevski for the year 2030, the Mercedes-Benz electric luxury concept Aria, draws inspiration from the grace & beauty of  the  swan.  The Aria’s character is also inspired by the fluidity of the female anatomy, and the meticulous craftsmanship of the violin.     The use of copper and aluminum on the

    This  small talking robot built in Japan is about to take one giant leap into space. Kirobo — a humanoid “robot astronaut” that can converse with humans in space and on the ground — is scheduled for launch to the International Space Station on Aug. 4. Once aboard the orbiting laboratory, Kirobo will take

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Today is Juneteenth, the celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation and the official end of slavery in the United States. On this day, I wanted to acknowledge the past, and also look at two African Americans that are taking us into the future. Charles F. Bolden, and Victor J. Glover, are two men who display all

  Science fiction has always envisioned a real life molecular creation tool. A device that could create objects (like food) on a cellular level, and they appear. By adding a special resin, carbon, light, and water, University of Tokyo Scientists were able to create  an object on a cellular level using a 3D printer like

  No flash? No problem. A new imaging sensor could soon make it possible for photographers to take clear, sharp photos, even in dim lighting. Created by a team of researchers at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore, the new sensor is highly sensitive to both visible and infrared light, which means it could be

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