iEAT, allergen

If you have food allergies, you know what a terrifying gamble it can be when you go to a restaurant. An allergen like peanuts, eggs, or nuts can be enough to ruin your day if you ingest just a little. For people that have severe allergies, ingesting just a little can be serious enough to […]

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After deciding to spend a full year living in a 33-foot square dumpster, Harvard Engineer Jeff Wilson has designed the Kasita home – a tiny living space for those who embrace minimalism. With overpopulation in major urban areas becoming a widespread epidemic, Wilson’s pre-fabricated 352 Sq. Ft home can be stacked, combined, or strategically positioned […]

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The biggest problem with batteries, whether it’s lithium-ion or new flow, is degrading energy storage. Batteries just don’t maintain their performance after repeated charging cycles. Researchers from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences created a nontoxic, non-corrosive, long-lasting new flow battery that loses only “1% of its capacity per 1,000 cycles.” This could […]

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