Ever since the first broken tool people have been dreaming up ways to put it together again. This led to the creation of adhesives, such as tapes, glues, and a broad range of specialized polymers … until now. Now we discovered self-healing materials, and those things are going to make some changes.
A 2015 study examined aggressive behavior between people playing games cooperatively, competitively and by themselves. It seems interacting in video games cooperatively with others can lead to extensive benefits by making players think helpful behaviors are beneficial and natural.
We’ve all heard the rumble surrounding 3D printing – some call it the 3rd or “3D Industrial Revolution”. But what is 3D printing indeed? And just how big of an impact will it make on our future days?
What is life? Is death real? Have you ever wondered about the difference between you and the rocks in the mountain? This might look like a silly question, but over the years even some of the smartest people have struggled to draw a line between what is alive and what should be considered …
New research suggests that scientists have achieved the most realistic robotic application of human walking dynamics that has ever been made, which may eventually grant human-like versatility and performance. The work opens the way for robots to be more fully mixed into our daily lives.
Psychology researchers have discovered that folks who play action video games like Battlefield or Counter-Strike seem to gain a new sensorimotor skill more swiftly than non-gamers.