The expensive and unpleasant root canal may be a thing of the past thanks to the award-winning work of a team of scientists from the University of Nottingham and Harvard University, who have developed a method of regrowing damaged teeth.
Security cameras are great, but they're not that smart yet. Netatmo wants to change that, and has come up with a smart security camera with facial recognition, so it's able to tell who's home, and when they're home.
If you live in California or simply want to save water and money, the Swon connected shower head can track how much water you use during a shower. The device simply attaches to your shower head, and only costs $30.
It may be getting much easier for designers to capture fonts and colors from print thanks to a new device called Spector, which can automatically identify and change fonts in InDesign to match a printed document.
Oculus is set to demo a new technology that will let users feel “imaginary objects” in the virtual world without the need for special gloves. If successful, it could be a massive boon for the Rift headset.
Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft collaborated on a project that could revolutionize data storage. The team has developed a way of storing data on DNA, reducing the storage size needed to save our files and images.
Could machine learning tools be used to help detect and identify Alzheimer’s disease before it is currently possible to do so? That is the mission of researchers from VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam, led by Dr. Alle Meije Wink.
Phononic's thermoelectric refrigerators reportedly use 25 percent less energy, operate at a near whisper, and cost the same as traditional fridges. Appliance giant Haier has teamed with Phononic to develop the machines.