Designer Kanupriya Goel and Biologist Guatam Goel have developed packaging material that overtime, the ink will bleed through until the icon for danger is clearly displayed, signifying that the medication has passed its expiration date.
Rjukan, a Norwegian town named after and powered by a massive waterfall called Rjukanfossen, is now utilizing another renewable resource to instead fuel the happiness of its townspeople.
Since 1980, the American Helicopter Society’s Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition has remained without a victor. Finally, in June 2013, the aviation challenge was met by a helicopter called Atlas.
The University of Illinois’s material scientist John Rogers and his collaborators are working on ‘transient’ technology that safely dissolves with water, and is predicted to significantly benefit the environment as well as medicinal healthcare.
Scientists are eager to bring the universe a little closer to home with the soon-to-be world’s largest optical Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT). The telescope was recently approved to be built on the dormant volcano Mauna Kea next to its famous cousin, the Keck Telescope.