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Tiny homes in narrow spaces - a look at the skinny house revolution

With space for new abodes in big cities growing harder to come by every day, some architects are getting mightily creative. The skinny house trend takes abandoned alleyways or unconventional spaces and finds new ways to construct homes in these extraordinarily narrow locations.   Read more

This timeline tool is ideal for a wide variety of projects — big or small — and will help you manage your workload more efficiently, and get more done. Want to get ahead in your career? Here's your ticket. Designed for creative writers, project managers, and legal practitioners, Aeon Timeline still works wonders for those on any career path.   Read more

Weighing in under 15.5 kg (35 lb), with up to 1,000 watts of electric power, blind spot warning sensors, a GPS tracking security system and brand name componentry from stem to stern, Nireeka's sexy carbon-framed electric bicycles appear to be a bargain for the price.   Read more

Black holes can be anywhere from a few times the mass of the Sun up to millions of times that, but some even bigger than that. A new study of data gathered by NASA’s Chandra X-ray telescope has found these so-called “ultramassive” black holes may be larger and more common than we thought.   Read more

Kokopelli Packraft is currently launching its lightest, most compact packraft to date. The all-new Rogue series raft packs down to paper towel roll size, bikes to the water on your handlebars, and inflates into a functional vessel for navigating lakes and rivers.   Read more

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How much does a couple of hundredths of a second cost? Somewhere in excess of US$4 million, it would seem, as this Japanese supercapacitor supercar fractionally out-accelerates an upcoming Tesla Roadster worth less than 1/20th the price.   Read more

Dubbed “Haarlem Shuffle,” this floating home is located on the Spaarne River in Haarelm, Netherlands. The 210-sq m (2,260-sq ft) home stretches over two levels and is designed to offer the occupants privacy while also capitalizing on natural light.   Read more

​If you've ever tried taking a bicycle on an airplane, then you'll know what a hassle it can be to pack the things. Having a folding bike helps, although cyclist Bert Vermeulen found that even on that front, there was room for improvement. That's why he developed the ultra-flat-packing Alpaca Bike.   Read more

​A team of researchers from Purdue University is developing an injectable drug designed to home in on a bone fracture and accelerate the healing process. A commercial startup called Novosteo has been founded to speed the research through its preclinical phases and into human trials.   Read more

The shape of future sports motorcycles evolved considerably over the last few days as the world's leading sportsbike manufacturers and MotoGP contenders evaluated new aerodynamic fairings at the second last test of the MotoGP pre-season at the Chang International Circuit at Buriram, Thailand.   Read more

​Wearing bright orange safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear – it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light.   Read more

A team from the University of Cambridge and a Dutch company called Hoekmine BV has outlined how we might one day grow new organic paints and coatings out of vibrantly-colored bacteria colonies.   Read more

Techrules has been one of the biggest, flashiest stories of the past two Geneva Motor Shows, and as Geneva 2018 approaches, the company is positioning itself to be front and center again by premiering a track version of last year's Ren turbine range-extender supercar.   Read more

It's fascinating to see how people manage to adapt very small spaces to their needs. This is the case with the Wheelie Shack, which has a bedroom, kitchen and dining area squeezed into its diminutive dimensions.   Read more

Boeing and Oerlikon have signed a partnership to advance 3D printing processes. The five-year partnership will first focus on powder bed additive manufacturing of structural titanium components for the aerospace industry.   Read more

We’ve cut the cord for communication, thanks to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but charging our little pocket supercomputers still takes a tether. Now a team from the University of Washington has demonstrated how lasers could be used to charge a device from across the room.   Read more

Billed as the world's largest capacity Serial Attached SCSI SSD, the PM1643 has now entered mass production. Samsung has managed to cram 30.72 TB of storage into a 2.5-inch drive format unit, which it hopes will help accelerate the move from hard drives to solid state storage in enterprise systems.   Read more

Artists Claudius Schulze and Maciej Markowicz have embarked on a voyage through Europe's waterways on two self-built motorized houseboats. The aptly-named 2Boats project involves the pair traveling to multiple destinations while meeting people and documenting their journey.   Read more

​A new study has pitted low-fat diets against low-carb diets. After one year the results are in and it’s a draw. Frustrating anyone wanting a definitive result, the data compellingly suggests individual diet outcomes are much more subjective than many previously thought.   Read more

​Although wind turbines may seem like the epitome of "green" energy, scientists from Vanderbilt University are working on making them even greener. They're looking at a resin that could save energy when turbine blades are being created, and that might make those blades more recyclable.   Read more

Though there are several manufacturers of electric-powered cars scaled down for children, there has never been a scaled down electric speed boat equivalent –​ until now. The JimBoat was conceived when boatbuilder Denis Jimenez found that his five-year-old grandson shared his passion for powerboats.   Read more



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