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Innovation

Blade is world’s first 3D printed supercar and it’s green

June 28, 2015With more people taking care of the environment, green cars are becoming more popular and a California company has taken advantage of this fact along with the latest technology and designed Blade, the world’s first 3D printed supercar. The company designed their own technology for printing the prototype vehicle.
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Biology

Stanford Researchers Develop Test for Antibodies Against SARS-CoV-2

The new test looks for antibodies to the virus in plasma.April 11, 2020A team of Stanford Medicine researchers has developed a test to detect antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 in blood samples. The new test differs from current diagnostic tests for COVID-19 because it looks for antibodies to the virus in plasma, the liquid in blood.
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Autonomous Cars

How Safe Are Self-Driving Cars?

A car without a driver can never be as safe as one with a human decision-maker calling the shots. After all, a machine could never have the experience that you have gained from years of driving. However, contrary to what you may think, humans are actually pretty terrible at not getting into accidents.
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Design

Baby travel made easy with Doona, the next–gen car seat

May 23, 2014If you have children or have ever looked after a child you will know how awkward things can get if you have to take the child out and about. Ok there are many different types of cars seats on the market to help you safely transport your child, there are also many choices of buggy for when you arrive at your destination, however, getting baby in and out of them can be tricky and even more so if you have been shopping and have your hands full.
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