Tomatoes could be genetically modified to produce spicy chili varieties, new research suggested.
Researchers close to producing genetically modified spicy tomatoes
Electronic displays that fold, roll and bend have finally arrived after years of development, and tech firms are touting the technology as a potential source of growth and new applications.
Tech firms see good times as flexible displays roll and fold
The well-preserved fossil of a prehistoric deer has been discovered just to the north of Buenos Aires, the La Matanza University revealed on Monday.
Fossil of prehistoric deer found in Argentina
The 'Lovot' could be the one robot humans do not need to be afraid of.
Japanese robot 'Lovot' eyes launch in US
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. on Monday launched a new chipset for use in servers, at a time when China is pushing to enhance its chip-making capabilities and reduce its heavy reliance on imports, especially from the US.
Huawei launches server chipset as China pushes to cut reliance on imports
Researchers from the University of Łódź, central Poland, have patented an innovative method to effectively recover aluminum and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from pharmaceutical blister waste.
Polish researchers develop method to recycle pharmaceutical packaging
Robots are going to make up a huge chunk of the workforce over the next couple of decades, taking away repetitive and menial work away from human workers, and freeing them up for other qualitative applications.
Indian-origin startup has built over 800,000 robot workers

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