All articles by JP Casey

  1. Smart home device could help people with dementia get dressed

    Researchers from the New York University (NYU) Rory Meyers College of Nursing, Arizona State University and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)…
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    3 May
  2. 3D printing used to produce metallic glass alloys

    Scientists have 3D-printed amorphous metal, also known as metallic glass, which has the potential to be used in lightweight structures,…
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    23 Mar
  3. Scientists develop cheap and 3D-printable smart glass prototype

    Engineers from the University of Delaware have developed a smart glass prototype that costs a fraction of the price of…
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    8 Mar
  4. Futurist predicts holistic and affordable renewable future

    Futurist Glen Hiemstra has predicted that the growth of smart machines and the decline in cost of producing solar energy…
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    2 Mar
  5. Piccolo unveils Vision Assistant smart technology

    Technology company Piccolo has launched its Vision Assistant product, which aims to support existing voice assistant technology with smart cameras…
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    2 Mar
  6. Japan to build world’s largest wooden skyscraper by 2041

    Japanese company Sumitomo Forestry has announced plans to construct a 350m-tall skyscraper built primarily out of wood by 2041. The…
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    21 Feb
  7. Arthur Mamou-Mani claims machine learning will outpace 3D printing

    Pioneering architect Arthur Mamou-Mani has argued that 3D printing is not the future of the architecture industry, but that smart…
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    13 Feb
  8. Specialised homes for the elderly could save the NHS over £2.5bn

    Building smarter homes for the elderly could save the NHS over £2.5bn a year, according to the Institution of Mechanical…
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    8 Feb
  9. Velux launches app to design rooms around sunlight

    Danish window and skylight manufacturer Velux has launched MyDaylight, an app which allows users to design the size and features…
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    29 Jan
  10. Scientists use fungus spores to create ‘self-healing concrete’

    Researchers from Binghamton University in New York have proposed adding a fungus to the mix used to produce concrete to…
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    23 Jan