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28 Dec 2016
Sports scientists from London say they've proved that running during the cooler winter months puts less strain on the body and can help athletes boost their performance.
27 Dec 2016
A giant South Korean-built manned robot that walks like a human but makes the ground shake under its weight has taken its first baby steps.
24 Dec 2016
Engineers build a device that automatically blends wine to the user's taste, letting them customise their tipple based on simple terms like full-bodied or light, dry or sweet.
20 Dec 2016
Israeli company develops a fully autonomous drone to secure energy sites. Based on real-time computer vision technology, the drone conducts security and inspection tasks at sensitive infrastructure sites.
20 Dec 2016
A university professor in Chile has developed a green-coloured artificial skin from algae that can breathe.
30 Jun 2016
CEO, ChopUp Games, Zubiar Abubakar, talks about gaming from a Nigerian point of view at NITEC 2016. He also addresses the need to create a distribution hub for games in Nigeria similar to the Alaba market.

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