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World’s Largest Air Purifier Transforms Chinese Smog into Actual Diamonds

This shimmering park tower isn’t just a glamorous piece of architecture: it is the largest air purifier in the world, and it is turning China’s smog into diamonds. The tower is a 23-foot tall metal structure that is capable of filtering 75% of harmful PM2.5 and PM10 particles from the

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Text Me Any Masterpiece: Send Museum a Topic and You’ll get Art Work in Answer

This Museum of Modern Art is joining the digital age in a stunningly fun way. The San Francisco museum has just introduced the Send Me SFMOMA: a service that allows you to request an artwork of a specific topic right through your phone. For instance, if you text “Send me

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Finnish Researchers Just Created Edible Protein Virtually Out of Thin Air

This revolutionary procedure is being hailed for virtually creating food out of thin air. The process, which was created by Finnish researchers at the Lappeenranta University of Technology and the VTT Technical Research Centre, uses electricity and carbon dioxide to create single-cell protein. Since the process has zero environmental impacts whatsoever,

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World’s First Battery-free Phone Could Spell the End of Charging Cables and Dead Batteries

Say goodbye to frayed charging cables, and say hello to endless battery life. That’s because researchers at the University of Washington have just constructed the world’s first battery-free phone. The phone is powered by a few microwatts of ambient radio signals and light that are harvested from the surrounding area.

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If You Donate to Feed Homeless Pets, You Can Watch Your Meal Being Served in Real Time

Have you ever felt like you didn’t have enough time to volunteer? Do you ever feel like you haven’t had enough money to donate to charities? Do you ever wonder what happens to the animals at your local shelter? That’s where Teddy Food comes in. Teddy Food is an online

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Students Create App to Improve Your Public Speaking and Speech Anxiety

Do you get queasy when you think about getting on a stage? Do you have trouble getting through a speech without stuttering? Well, now there’s an app for that. Two college students from Drexel University have created an app called Orai – and it’s designed to help people improve their

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How an App Saved This Woman’s Unborn Baby

Smart phones may be heavily criticized for their distracting qualities, but this maternity app just saved the life of a woman’s unborn child. Emily Eekhoff first downloaded the “Count the Kicks” app when she was 28 weeks pregnant. The app is designed to monitor the health of unborn children by

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Dutch Households to Use Heat From Servers for Free Hot Showers

If you’ve ever sat with a laptop on your legs for a long period of time, then you must know how warm computers can get. Tech companies have spent millions of dollars trying to find innovative ways to keep data servers cool – but this is the first time that

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