Friday, September 30, 2011
What next for the International Space Station?: It's a challenging time for the International Space Station (ISS). The single most expensive engineering project in human history and one of the most complex pieces of machinery ever assembled, the future of the ISS remains uncertain after the ending of the Space Shuttle program and the grounding of Russia's Soyuz fleet following an accident last month.
Posted by steve at 9:31 PM
Organic waste-powered 'Coffee Car' breaks speed record: Martin Bacon and his team of Teesdale Conservation Vounteers from Durham, England, must have drank copious amounts of coffee when developing this project. It was definitely a sacrifice worth making though.
Posted by steve at 9:29 PM
Researchers install world’s highest webcam to provide a view of Everest: After starting out producing security cameras, German-based Mobotix is now taking video surveillance to new heights - literally.
Posted by steve at 9:27 PM
New material claimed to store more energy and cost less money than batteries: Researchers from the National University of Singapore's Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Initiative (NUSNNI) have created what they claim is the world's first energy-storage membrane.
Posted by steve at 9:26 PM