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The cool, clever and clinically crazy concept cars of the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

The 2017 Tokyo Motor Show kicked off this week and flooded the scene with new concept cars. All types of passenger and commercial concept vehicles are on display, ranging from SUV utility vans, to futuristic cargo delivery pods, to AI-driven motorcycles, to sleek sports cars.   Read more

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One of the prize possessions of the British Museum, the Portland Vase is a work of art so stunning it can stop even the most casual museum browser like a brick wall. But how exactly was this intricately carved​ vase made?   Read more

The Russian team that brought us the Scorpion Hoverbike is working toward a 5-seater VTOL air taxi. The Formula Project, from Hoversurf, uses fold-away wings and 52 tiny turbine Venturi propulsion units for a combination of VTOL convenience, winged efficiency and a compact form factor.   Read more

We are rapidly discovering that the vast community of bacteria that live in our gut are actually playing roles in everything from Multiple Sclerosis to depression. Two new studies have now found connections between the gut microbiome and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Alzheimer’s disease.   Read more

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It’s been two years since Yamaha’s R1-riding Motobot challenged MotoGP GOAT Valentino Rossi to a lap time duel. And now, the race has been run, at California’s Thunderhill raceway.   Read more

Augmented reality has been slow to break out, but few franchises can kick adoption into overdrive like Star Wars can. Lenovo is about to launch Star Wars Jedi Challenges, an AR system with three games from that galaxy far, far away, and New Atlas went hands-on at PAX this weekend.   Read more

Spanish motorcycle veteran Bultaco announced a return to manufacture in 2014, after more than a dozen years of silence. A cross between an electric motorcycle and a mountain bike called the Brinco R was first off the production line, which has now been redesigned for city life as the Albero.   Read more

The immense power of smartphones is enabling clever engineers to develop a myriad of portable technological devices that, until now, were expensive and large. The latest innovation is called the Butterfly iQ, a small ultrasound device that can display clear black-and-white pictures on an iPhone.   Read more

"Today will be hazy with a heavy possibility of spontaneous pit formation. Also keep your eyes peeled for floating chunks of carbon dioxide and, as always, don't leave home without your hab suit." That could some day be the winter weather forecast Martian colonists wake up to, based on new research.   Read more

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The Vanilla Aircraft VA001 has broken the unmanned internal combustion powered flight record by staying aloft aloft for 5 days, 1 hour and 24 minutes. After flying in a circular orbit for over 7,000 miles, it touched down with three days of fuel still in its tanks.   Read more

An object originating from outside the Solar System has been detected passing through the Sun's real estate. Temporarily designated as A/2017 U1, the extrasolar asteroid or comet was recorded after approaching from interstellar space and heading out again on a parabolic trajectory.   Read more

​​We've seen some interesting ways that augmented reality can inform purchasing decisions. A new app called Plant Life Balance takes a similar approach, drawing on scientific research to help users kit out their homes with just the right amount of air and soul-cleansing plants. ​   Read more

​How much does one living cell weigh, and how does that weight vary in real time? A newly-developed scale will let you know. Developed by researchers from ETH Zurich, the University of Basel and University College London, it's reportedly the first-ever device to be capable of such measurements.   Read more

​Durability engineers at Ford tasked with putting the Fiesta's new seats through its paces have been lent a helping hand, courtesy of a robot designed to replicate the jiggle of a human butt.   Read more

The smallest member of the Ninja sportbike family started life as a 250, grew to 300 cc and now Kawasaki upgrades it once again. Inspired by the championship-winning ZX-10R and styled accordingly, the new Ninja 400 sports a new engine housed in a brand new frame and sets a new example in its class.   Read more

A dramatic demonstration of sustainable technology starts in Antarctica next month as a father and son team set out to walk to the South Pole using only renewable energy sources.   Read more

​When it comes to the taste of foods, most of us assume that everything we eat is either sweet, sour, bitter, salty or umami. According to a new study, however, carbohydrates have their own unique taste. What's more, people who are particularly able to sense it are more likely to put on weight.   Read more

Building a tunnel is a traditionally painstaking process that moves along at glacial pace, but The Boring Company believes it can get things done a whole lot quicker. And if an image shared by CEO Elon Musk over the week is anything to go by, it is wasting little time getting started.   Read more

​​A team of astronomers may have discovered a “hot Jupiter” exoplanet with an atmosphere that snows titanium oxide – a kind of sunscreen – exclusively on the one side of the planet that is bathed in perpetual darkness.   Read more

Part of next month's Out of this World Sale, the Bonhams is accepting bids for the original Robby the Robot prop/costume from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) 1956 sci fi feature, Forbidden Planet, along with his futuristic hover car, control panel, and assorted accessories.   Read more

The GRACE space mission is coming to a close. Launched in March 2002, the twin GRACE satellites spent 15 years using the Earth's gravitational field as a tool to gain insights into the movements of water, ice and the Earth's crust.   Read more



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