These Incredibly Efficient Batteries Are Made out of Waste Glass Bottles

Lithium ion batteries have become one of technology’s most sought after pieces. They’re found in most major devices people use on a daily basis, including most cell phones. They could also contribute to better batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles. Chemical, mechanical and electrical engineers alike have been developing ways to not only make this technology safer but...

This Cyclist Creates Amazing City-Wide Drawings With His GPS Tracking App

Most people rarely think about the paths they traverse whether on foot or on a bike. If used for exercise, most people only consider the miles they ran or biked or the calories they burned. If people are walking or biking for transportation, they’re only really concerned with getting from point A to point B. But then there are...

30 Great Quotes From Inventors That Will Definitely Inspire You

So, you want 30 inspiring quotes from inventors eh? Well, welcome my friend. The ability to look at the world in new and unique ways is the hallmark of a great mind. Some of the entries on the following list have changed our society incalculably through their development of new ideas and technology. The list includes notable inventors, engineers...

Antonov AN-225 Mriya: The Largest Plane Ever Built

The Antonov AN-225 Mriya, codenamed “Cossack” by Nato, is a super heavy strategic airlift cargo aircraft. Designed and built by the Soviet Union in the 1980’s, she is powered by six, yes six, turbofan engines. The AN-225 is the world’s longest and heaviest airoplane ever to take to the air. This incredible piece of engineering has a maximum...

3D-Printed Ultrasound Enables Blind Couple to “See” Their Unborn Baby

One of the most important early milestones in a pregnancy is the first ultrasound: when the parent/s see their tiny unborn child and hear its heartbeat. Not only is the sonogram helpful in tracking the pregnancy and the health of the baby, but is a pivotal step in forming the parental bond. And also one that is unavailable...

Check Out NASA’s Futuristic 3D-Printed ‘Space Fabric’

Many sophisticated spacecraft, satellites, rockets and other intergalactic technologies are being developed to help our species progress in our pursuit of space travel. However, a team of engineers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL-Caltech) is taking a different avenue to contribute to aerospace technologies by developing an advanced space fabric that can be used for many outer space activities.{|('http://technologyreporter.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Sapace-fabric.jpg','NASA's...

The World’s Most Ambitious 3D-Printed Buildings

3D printing has been around since the 1980s, but to the average Joe, it’s really begun to matter only in the last few years. People around the world have been widening the scope of its applications. From food, to prosthetics, to actual human organs, and much more—the technology is indeed revolutionizing not only manufacturing but life. Numerous researchers...

Facebook Reveals It’s Developing A Technology to Read Your Mind

The annual Facebook F8 developer conference is underway. CEO Mark Zuckerberg already laid out some pretty big plans for where the company is headed. Facebook already unveiled its virtual reality system, augmented reality updates, and fresh updates for Messenger. One of the coolest announcements, however, is that Facebook developed a way to type using your thoughts. Regina Dugan, former...

Antonov AN-225 Mriya: The Largest Plane Ever Built

The Antonov AN-225 Mriya, codenamed “Cossack” by Nato, is a super heavy strategic airlift cargo aircraft. Designed and built by the Soviet Union in the 1980’s, she is powered by six, yes six, turbofan engines. The AN-225 is the world’s longest and heaviest airoplane ever to take to the air. This incredible piece of engineering has a maximum...

Newly Discovered Super-Earth Could be the Best Planet to Support Life

One of the things that fascinate astronomers and physicists the most is the discovery of planets or other celestial bodies that can be a good candidate to support life. And just yesterday, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) confirmed the presence of a super-Earth exoplanet, called LHS 1140B, that orbits around a faint red dwarf star in the constellation of Cetus. The...