Scientists have just created a soft-bodied swimming robot that is powered solely by light. It could revolutionize water transportation, oceangoing robots and even surgical procedures.
The world's largest computer chip is called the Wafer Scale Engine, and it's slightly bigger than an iPad. This isn't huge - unless you compare it to the current size of computer chips, which are around the size of a finger nail or postage stamp. Now that's a big difference. And even more impressive is what the world's biggest computer chip will be able to do.
Humans have interrupted a lot of natural processes. Highways divide forests, and dams interrupt the migration routes for fish. But that isn't to say that we haven't found solutions to some of the problems that we created. Wildlife bridges have been built over highways allow animals to cross the highway safely. And in a recent Twitter storm, the public has rediscovered an amazing apparatus that scientists released in 2014 which helps salmon migrate. It is called the Salmon Cannon. And as you can imagine, everyone is obsessed with it.
Working on the next great American novel, or trying to cash on the lucrative One Direction fan fiction market, but distracted by all those crazy Internets?
Well worry no more, because now you can focus with the Hemingwrite.
This simple device is dubbed "the Kindle of writing composition." It consists of a mechanical keyboard and E Ink screen that lets you type distraction-free and backup your work to the cloud, syncing with apps like Evernote and Google Docs.
All you need now is a nice mojito and a bull fight.