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This cool laser can remove paint and rust


It's a 1000W laser and it doesn't require gas or consumables

 



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What can you do with a non-newtonian fluid?


This

 



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Woodpeckers often reach 10 000 m/s² when pecking on a tree


To cope with forces as great as 1,000 g, these birds have developed several adaptations such as a three-layered beak whose anatomy helps absorb mechanical stress

 



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When migrating, the Common eel swims a distance of 6,000 km


Watch the video to learn more!

 



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The dealfish is a beautiful abyssal ribbonfish


Watch the video to learn more!

 



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Extatosoma tiaratum can reproduce without a mate


Moreover, this stick insect can lay around 800 eggs a year

 



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An augmented reality sandbox with a miniature landscape


By sculpting the sand, the projection adapts to the topography and it is possible to make mountains, valleys and rivers appear

 



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A hawksbill sea turtle using biofluorescence


It is the first time that biofluorescence has been seen in reptiles

 



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Hurricane Matthew captured by cameras of the ISS


The International Space Station flew 250 miles over this Category 5 Atlantic hurricane on October 3, 2016

 



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Ctenophora use ‘combs’ wich are groups of cilia to swim


It is a phylum of invertebrate animals. They live in marine waters worldwide

 



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Aseroe rubra, also known as starfish fungus, emerging


 



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A vinyl version of a Star Wars soundtrack with holograms


Walt Disney Records released these vinyls featuring the soundtrack of "The Force Awakens" with a 3D hologram experience featuring the Millennium Falcon on Disc 1 and a TIE fighter on Disc 2

 



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A gauntlet to manipulate objects using accoustic levitation


Accoustic levitation can trap particles in air or water and the gauntlet is a project aiming to enable humans to capture, move, and combine them

 



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Fire ants are bad-ass architects!


They can build bridges, rafts and shelters *with their bodies only*

 



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Listen to this silent music by Alphonse Allais


Alphonse Allais was the first artist to create a silent musical work, long before John Cage in the 20th century