LEDs that don’t flicker are not much more expensive, but the public has no way of knowing whether the LED lamp they are considering purchasing will flicker or not.
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Fifth-generation mobile networks will have the same high-level architecture as previous cellular networks, but the intricate details are very different.
The Hydrogen Intensity and Real-time Analysis eXperiment (Hirax) project is an international collaboration being led by scientists from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
When it comes to digital privacy, there are plenty of organisations making money out of using your data. But what if you were the one making the money?
Using observations spanning a period of four years, a team of researchers from Italy found evidence of a large lake of salty water, buried 1.5km beneath Mars’s southern polar cap. But does it contain life?
There’s a great deal of uncertainty about how the uptake of automation technology may further drive inequality and preserve the asymmetry in South Africa’s economy.
Technology is everywhere we look, so it’s no surprise that the films and TV we enjoy are similarly obsessed. That’s not to say they manage to get it right.
“What could we do with layered structures with just the right layers? What would the properties of materials be if we could really arrange the atoms the way we want them?” The curious American physicist Richard
Astronomers strive to observe the universe via ever-more advanced techniques. Whenever researchers invent a new method, unprecedented information is collected, and people’s understanding of the cosmos deepens
The world’s biggest diamond company, De Beers, recently announced it would start selling synthetic diamond gemstones for the first time in its 130-year history. Artificial diamonds have been manufactured since the 1950s