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Au­tomak­ers have re­cent­ly ac­cel­er­at­ed their ef­forts to man­u­fac­ture ve­hi­cles that dri­ve them­selves.

Published On 27 Dec 2014

We delve into the mys­tery be­hind the sci­ence of ca­nine high-pow­ered scent de­tec­tors and ask if dogs can smell can­cer.

Published On 11 Dec 2014

Are health claims for the new gen­er­a­tion of e-cig­a­rettes true, or are they a smoke­screen?

Published On 6 Dec 2014

In the US state of Col­orado, mar­i­jua­na is be­ing used to help chil­dren suf­fer­ing from epilep­tic seizures.

Published On 6 Dec 2014

‘Voice mes­sage bank­ing’ lets ALS pa­tients speak in their own voic­es even af­ter they lose the abil­i­ty to talk.

Published On 29 Nov 2014

Ex­am­in­ing tech­nol­o­gy that could po­ten­tial­ly bring an­i­mals back from ex­tinc­tion.

Published On 15 Nov 2014

We ex­plore how new tech­niques in foren­sic sci­ence can in­flu­ence the ways we solve crimes.

Published On 8 Nov 2014

Tech­Know ex­plores a new tech­nol­o­gy which could be a game-chang­er in the or­gan re­trieval process.

Published On 1 Nov 2014

We meet two US sci­en­tists who have made a ground­break­ing dis­cov­ery that could turn back the car­diac clock.

Published On 25 Oct 2014

We ex­plore the fu­ture of ge­net­ic se­quenc­ing and how it is poised to change health­care from be­ing re­ac­tive to proac­tive.

Published On 18 Oct 2014