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Emerging tech: Honeybee habitats can now be inside your home
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Jun 15, 2018
A new product will soon enable novice beekeepers to keep honeybees inside their houses. The BEEcosystem is modular honeybee habitat that can be hung almost anywhere; it simply needs to be placed near a window if inside, or in a sheltered location outside. Watch a video that shows how the technology works.
Engineering & Technology
How the Canada Science and Technology Museum designed an accessible, modular headphone jack | Innovation150
Jun 14, 2017
Accessible headphone jacks aren’t hard to find nowadays, but they’re always built into your average neighbourhood fixtures, like an ATM. This isn’t the most welcoming design since there’s no way to get the device as a standalone product. But the Canada Science and Technology Museum strives for inclusive design, and since they couldn’t buy an accessible headphone jack, their innovators decided to design their own.
Earth & Environment
Atoms-thick layer of silicon-based semiconductor may allow us to better understand the harsh environments of Venus
Apr 21, 2017
In 1967, Venera 4 was the 1st probe to transmit data from another planet’s atmosphere. 8 models, and close to 15 years, later we were able to receive the 1st colour panoramic views of that same planet’s surface. Today, Venus still very much remains a mystery with probes unable to withstand the extreme temperatures and atmospheric pressures for more than 127 minutes. However, researchers at Standford University’s Extreme Environment Microsystems Laboratory are working on developing an atoms-thick
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