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Sun, 17 Feb 2019 09:16:35 +0000 | Aaron Turpen
Automotive, Aaron Turpen

For the past decade or so, the Speed label on Bentley products has meant outlandish amounts ...

Bentley says its created the world's fastest production sport utility with the 190 mph, 626 bhp, 664 pound-foot Bentayga Speed. Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show later this year, the Bentley Bentayga Speed has a sub-4-second 0-62 and a massive W12 engine. What's not to like?

.. Continue Reading Bentley drops "world's fastest SUV" crown on the new Bentayga Speed

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Sun, 17 Feb 2019 08:43:27 +0000 | David Szondy
Marine, David Szondy

The Orca is based on Boeing's Echo Voyager robotic sub

The US Navy has awarded Boeing a US$43 million contract to build four of its Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (XLUUVs) and support gear. Built in partnership with Huntington Ingalls Industries, the 51-ft (15.5 m) long unmanned submarines will operate in blue water environments thanks to autonomous navigation systems and a fuel module providing a range of 6,500 nm (7,480 mi, 12,038 km).

.. Continue Reading Boeing wins US$43 million contract to build four Orca robotic super subs

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Sun, 17 Feb 2019 01:06:11 +0000 | C.C. Weiss
Automotive, C.C. Weiss

On the road with the Malibu Charming GT

The Malibu Charming GT camper van may not meet the traditional definition of a "GT," but the van does exemplify long-distance touring comfort better than most any true GT out there. The new flagship in Malibu's van line gets brighter and more spacious thanks to a new cab-camper lounge. A flexi-bathroom, full kitchen and choice of bed make it a capable little camper ready to tour for weeks, months or even years. And if your heart is really set on the exhilarating ride promised by the "GT" in the name, you can always throw a mountain bike, surfboard, skis or other adventure gear into the spacious load area and get your fix outside of the van.

.. Continue Reading Malibu adds a touch of grand touring to its latest camper van

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 21:55:08 +0000 | Ben Coxworth
Health & Wellbeing, Ben Coxworth

Known as NNMTi, the drug reduces age-related dysfunction of muscle stem cells

It's a sad fact that past the age of about 35, we begin to progressively lose muscle mass. This can be somewhat offset through exercise, although most people still generally tend to get weaker as they get older. A new drug could help, as it's been shown to increase muscle size and strength in elderly mice.

.. Continue Reading Muscle-maintaining drug has potential to help seniors stay spry

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 20:20:45 +0000 | Ben Coxworth
Environment, Ben Coxworth

An existing desalination plant in Hamburg, Germany

When salt is removed from seawater in desalination plants, the byproduct is – not surprisingly – a lot of highly-concentrated salty brine. Ordinarily, this is just dumped back into the sea, which can harm the environment. Thanks to a new treatment process, however, that brine could actually be used to desalinate more water.

.. Continue Reading MIT tech could let desalination plants use their own brine waste

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:29:58 +0000 | Ben Coxworth
3D Printing, Ben Coxworth

A miniature goblet printed from the new material appears both opaque brown and translucent violet

In use since at least the 4th century AD, dichroic glass displays different colors depending on how it's being viewed. Now, Dutch scientists have produced the effect in a material that can be used to create 3D-printed objects – and it's not just a novelty, as it could have practical applications.

.. Continue Reading Dichroic 3D-printing material changes color with point of view

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:05:57 +0000 | Paul Ridden
Automotive, Paul Ridden

The Swind E Classic Mini will be limited to a production run of just 100 models

Though the BMW Group teased a classic electric Mini at the 2018 New York Auto Show, details were scant and the upcoming battery-electric production model is going to have a modern, rather than retro, look to it. If you're hankering for the iconic Mini aesthetic but want it running on clean, modern tech, the UK's Swindon Powertrain – or Swind – is here to help.

.. Continue Reading Swind electrifies classic Mini for limited production run

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 11:07:03 +0000 | Adam Williams
Tiny Houses, Adam Williams

The Allswell Tiny Home's bedroom opens to the outside with a garage-style door and French doors

As its name suggests, the Allswell Tiny Home was designed by Modern Tiny Living for Wallmart's Allswell mattress and bedding brand. It has a total floorspace of just 238 sq ft (22 sq m) and boasts a relatively spacious and light-filled bedroom that opens up to the outside with garage-style lifting doors.

.. Continue Reading Allswell Tiny Home bedroom opens up to the breeze

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 08:40:48 +0000 | Michael Irving
Medical, Michael Irving

Researchers have found a way to make platinum nanoparticles more effective against liver cancer, without harming ...

Chemotherapy drugs are effective at killing cancer cells – but unfortunately, they're also pretty good at killing healthy cells. Making these drugs more selective for tumors is a key area of research, and now a team at ETH Zurich has found a way to keep a common treatment – platinum nanoparticles – on target.

.. Continue Reading New chemo drug keeps platinum nanoparticles on target for liver cancer

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 06:21:12 +0000 | Michael Irving
Environment, Michael Irving

Researchers have found that deep sea gas reservoirs could be a huge source of carbon dioxide ...

Current climate models say we're on track for some pretty drastic changes if we don't reduce our carbon footprint. But a new study has found a huge potential source of carbon emissions that are so far not accounted for in climate models: reservoirs of gases trapped at the seafloor, which could be released as the oceans warm up. And it's happened before, with the team suggesting that these gases belched up from the deep thousands of years ago and put an end to the last ice age.

.. Continue Reading Carbon reservoirs in the ocean floor may have ended the last ice age – and could bubble up again

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