Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
To help students relieve stress and fatigue, the Cornell University installs real grass lawn in their school library
Cornell University has built a grass lawn inside their school library as a part of a project of their institution’s Department of Design and Environmental Analysis.Read the rest of the article »
Solar handbag uses the sun’s UV-A radiation to purify water
Purifying water is now easy and cost-effective, thanks to the creators of the Solar bag, Ryan Lynch and Marcus Tries. They have created a prototype Solar Bag that is a handbag that makes use of UV rays to make clean drinkable H2O.
The bag is made of high-clarity polyethylene and black polyethylene. It can purify up to 2.5 gallons (9.4 liters) of water in six hours of sunlight. Unlike other solar devices that needs to be left under the sun, the bag can purify water while the wearer is moving.
The cost of each bag is estimated at just $5. Since it is cheap, villagers living in remote areas are able to implement water purification, where clean water is scarce.View Article Source »
A group of researchers had done an experiment that will create a particles of light on a vacuum space where eve light doesn't exist.
In what may be a milestone experimental proof of quantum mechanics, a team of researchers or scientist from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden is claiming to have created a sparks in a vacuüm.
Based on the quantum theory, void or empty space is not empty at all. Instead it is full of virtual particles that quickly blip in and out of existence. Theory states that a mirror can take in energy from some of these virtual photons, and release it as actual photons. Yet, this only works if the mirror is travelling into the vacuüm space having the speed of light. Making this statement really hard to prove.Read the rest of the article »
As 2010 comes to its end, the innovations that happened during this time will always be remembered. That is why All We Like brings you the amazing science images of the year that has been.
The pictures you are about to see cover 2010 in a way that people will remember it. Together, they tell stories of an impressive year in science and technology. From robots to technological innovation to extra-terrestrial inventions to quantum computing, they are all here, in one place. Are you ready to recall the year that has been?
The amazing Science images of 2010 is posted after the break.Read the rest of the article »
“This is the most aggressive launch campaign that the National Reconnaissance Office has had in 20 years… These [satellites] are very important, because they all go to update a constellation which is aging rapidly. We bought most of our satellites for three, five, or eight years, and we’re keeping them on orbit for ten, twelve, and up to twenty years.” ---Bruce Carlson, NRO Director
The United States launched a satellite to spy on the galaxy. This is not just a regular satellite. It is the largest satellite to orbit our planet. The purpose remains top secret but rumors say that it monitors more than the weather of Earth. An additional mission of the space craft is to gather intelligence for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office.
Dubbed as NROL-32, the satellite was sent to orbit the earth yesterday by a Delta 4 Heavy rocket. The U.S. National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Director Bruce Carlson said the NROL-32 would be “the largest satellite in the world.”
Carlson gave a speech last month, in that he stated that the agency had adopted a new charter and “a remarkably aggressive launch campaign” that’ll come along with it.Read the rest of the article »
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