Imperial War Museum archive is most airtight Passivhaus building to date

Image credit – CHONGHE WANG AND SHENG XU, UC SAN DIEGONeed to take your blood pressure? Unfortunately, at the moment there really isn’t a particularly convenient way to do so, save for attaching those huge cuffs around your arm. This means that you need to be at home or at a doctor’s office in order to take a reading, but researchers at the University of California, San Diego, might have come with up a solution.This is because they have developed a tiny patch that can be stuck/worn on the skin of the patient that will continuously measure the wearer’s blood pressure. This means that it will make it easier to monitor blood pressure, even on the go, without having to bring around a bulky device. The patch also holds a lot of potential as it could also be used to eventually help monitor other vital organs, like the liver, lungs, and even the brain.How the patch works is by sending ultrasonic waves that penetrates below the skin and reflects off the wearer’s tissues and blood, which

Imperial War Museum archive is most airtight Passivhaus building to date

Britain's Imperial War Museum (IWM) recently gained a new archive to help house its vast collection of records, courtesy of Architype. The IWM Paper Store is one seriously energy efficient ...

Tue 11 Jun 19 from Gizmag

Massive Canada Goose tiny house is worth a gander

Canadian firm Mint Tiny House Company recently completed a new model that shares its name with the large Canada Goose bird. This is fitting because the home is huge and certainly up there ...

Mon 10 Jun 19 from Gizmag

Nissan, Canadian Solar Form Partnership to Store Solar Electricity in Leaf EV

Nissan Motor Co Ltd and Canadian Solar Japan KK (Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo) announced May 31, 2019, that they will cooperate in selling a V2H (vehicle-to-home) system capable of storing solar electricity ...

Wed 5 Jun 19 from Tech-On

'What the heck' is that? Security camera captures odd creature, and viewers have theories

Surveillance footage captured the moment a bizarre creature that looked like Dobby the Elf from the Harry Potter films walked outside a women's home.       

Tue 11 Jun 19 from USA today

Watch: ‘Dobby Creature’ Spotted in Night Video Creeps Out Harry Potter Fans

Dobby, the cute house elf that appeared in Harry Potter films, might still be alive: An eerie night cam video recently captured a “creature” resembling the tiny character and it ...

Sun 9 Jun 19 from Geek.com

Researchers Develop A Patch That Can Take Blood Pressure Readings

Image credit – CHONGHE WANG AND SHENG XU, UC SAN DIEGONeed to take your blood pressure? Unfortunately, at the moment there really isn’t a particularly convenient way to do so, save ...

Tue 4 Jun 19 from Ubergizmo

3,000-Year-Old Fingerprints Found at Ancient, Iron Age Village in UAE

In what is being called a “thrilling” discovery, 3,000-year-old fingerprints have been found on ancient bricks at an Iron Age site in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The impressions, ...

Mon 3 Jun 19 from Geek.com

Mysterious 3,000-year-old fingerprints found at ancient site

Mysterious 3,000-year-old fingerprints have been found in bricks at an archaeological site in the United Arab Emirates.

Mon 3 Jun 19 from FOXNews

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