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Browse the Internet at Speeds Over 200 Gbps Using LIGHT

September 11, 2016 Image Source: pureLiFi Soon, you could be browsing the internet at speeds of over 200 GBPS, with LiFi, the revolutionary WiFi replacement.WiFi is essential the transmittance and receiving a signal. Currently, WiFi is generated through a radio signal operating in the 2.4 or 5 GHz bands.
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Space

Man on Helicopter Spots Mysterious Equipment on SpaceX's Drone Ship

By Shelby RogersMarch 27, 2017Florida man Stephen Marr just wanted to take an enjoyable helicopter ride with his girlfriend. The couple paid $40 for a nice six-minute aerial tour. Yet the 34-year-old pizza delivery guy got so much more.& 34;As we were making the approach to land, I had the drone ship on my side and was able to get a clear photo of some new equipment on board that, as an avid SpaceX fan, I did not recognize,& 34; Marr said.
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Biology

20-Cent Paper Centrifuge Can Detect Malaria in 15 Minutes

January 12, 2017Researchers from Stanford University have developed a hand-spun centrifuge mainly made out of paper. The Centrifuge is extremely light and costs just 20 cents. The simple device inspired by an ancient children& 39;s toy is named “paperfuge”. This low cost and power free centrifuge can detect malaria in blood in a mere 15 minutes.
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News

Dark Matter Pioneer Vera Rubin Dead at 88

By Shelby RogersDecember 26, 2016Just as we hoped 2016 wouldn& 39;t take any more spectacular people from the world, this happened.Vera Rubin, the astronomer who laid the foundation for studying dark matter, died yesterday.Her son, Princeton University professor Allan Rubin, confirmed the death to the Associated Press this morning.
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Vehicles

Roborace: First-Ever Self-Driving Car Race Finishes With a Crash

By Shelby RogersFebruary 20, 2017A unique addition joined Formula E& 39;s Buenos Aires ePrix: autonomous racers. Two self-driving cars raced in the inaugural Roborace before the ePrix.However, the race didn& 39;t go quite as anticipated. A dog ran out in the middle of the course. Luckily, the autonomous cars avoided the four-legged obstacle.
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