Top 10 Industries that Hire Research and Development Employees

Want to know where your best chances are for getting hired in an R&D department?The National Science Foundation recently released its list of the industries that hire the most for R&D.The top 10 list can be grouped into two categories: manufacturing and nonmanufacturing.Here are the top 5 manufacturing industries for R&D hiring:1.Chemical manufacturingChemical manufacturing companies like Dow Chemical,...

Upgrade Your Flight’s First Class Style with New Delta Premium

In the fall of 2017, Delta Airlines will launch a new, luxurious cabin experience. Delta Premium will be available on select international routes. With new and exciting amenities, Delta is bringing the ‘premium’ back to the economy experience.“Delta Premium is Delta’s latest example of paying careful attention to what customers tell us they want and responding with unique...

This Little Girl Knows More About Internet Safety Than Most Adults

Even the youngest of Internet users understand the importance of safety. Check out young Claire’s answers to an internet safety quiz from her school.First grader learning about internet #privacy 👍👍👍A photo posted by 無聊魔王 (@kingofmoliu) on Nov 9, 2016 at 3:45pm PSTMost students are taught in the digital age that sharing any sort of personal information leaves people...

You Have to Unlock This Book to Read It

Puzzles commonly pop up in books. From Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to the meaning behind “redrum” in Stephen King’s The Shining, puzzles make things interesting.However, those puzzles are normally mental games not actual physical puzzles.Industrial designer Brady Whitney created the Codex Silenda. The wooden book includes pages to unlock, and you can only read the contents...

Brush Your Teeth the Right Way with the Giggo Toothbrush

Struggle with dental issues? You could be brushing your teeth wrong.The Giggo electric brush looks to correct your bad brushing habits. It’s designed to simulate the Bass brushing method – the brushing order preferred by dentists.Rather than brushing down, Giggo brushes brush in the way your teeth grow – upward from the gum. Often, back and forth directions...

Helium Could be Key to Balancing Two-Legged Robots

Robotics consistently pushes the boundaries, especially as machines regularly become more complex and humanlike.However, like young toddlers learning to walk, they struggle with balancing on two legs. The robots developed with two legs often fall down. Even things as simple as children’s toys can only walk a few feet before tumbling forward.The Buoyancy Assisted Lightweight Legged Unit looks...

Best 5 Drones on the Market Under $300

Drones are an ever-expanding market. It seems like a new drone hits shelves each week. We’ve narrowed down our Top 5 favorites for under $300, just in time for the holiday season:5. Parrot AR Drone 2.0 ($192.00)The Parrot AR 2.0 gets major points for a sleek design. You get 10 minutes flight time and a 30 meter range....

Fly High in a New Self-Driving Taxi

While it’s no Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, this new vehicle from Tactical Robots could be the next step in flying cars.Tactical Robotics announced its AirMule (or Cormorant) had a successful test earlier this month. The autonomous flight is the first of its kind intended to carry passengers.However, the Cormorant’s flight wasn’t without its struggles. The two-minute flight test proved the...

Watch How These Stunning Crystals Take Shape

This video from Emanuele Fornasier, published to Vimeo, details the exquisite formation of crystals created through chemical compounds.Fornasier ran an electric current through the chemical solutions, and he recorded the reactions for this project. The clips were sped up, as some of the reactions can take several hours to fully shape.

How Does the Brain Create Joy? Ask a Rat.

Who knew that rats were so adorably ticklish?A new study published in Science identified the nerve cells that caused lab rats to squeak with happiness after being tickled.The study tried to determine what in the rat’s brains responded to ticklishness.“People really underrate the positive things — fun, happiness, joy,” said study coauthor Shimpei Ishiyama of Humboldt University of...