Researchers develop a 3D printed objects connect to WiFi without electronics

Washington University Researchers have developed a way to transmit info via WiFi without the help of batteries or electronics with 3D-printed plastic objects. and they show that it will be done with commercially available plastics and WiFi receivers. “Our goal was to make something that just comes out of your 3D printer at home and […]

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Gravity signals could help rapidly detect earthquakes and save lives

According to a new study published in the journal Science, tracking minor changes in gravity when earthquake hits could buy us precious life-saving minutes. Revisiting data from the huge 2011 Japan earthquake, the researchers indicate that shifts in gravity could’ve told people the scale of the quake 3 minutes after it began. The findings come […]

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