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Flatshare Refrigerator Wins 2008 Best iGeneration Design

Out of nine tremendously creative and functional household designs produced by the finalists in the 2008 Electrolux Design Lab competition, one design really stood out in the judges minds: The "Flatshare" Refrigerator, by Austrian design student, Stefan Buchberger, whose inspiration came from sharing a flat, of course.

Russian Scientists Design Mechanical Nurse: Is the Doctor In?

Whoever would have thought a visit to the doctor’s office might end up being a journey into the world of sci-fi? Read all about this new medical appliance from Moscow State University that will be capable of taking blood samples and delivering the results without the assistance (or salary) of a nurse.

Russians Suggest New Approach to Earthquake Prediction

Scientists from a region in Russia, which is known as one of the most volcano and earthquake-prone on the planet have suggested a new approach in their long-range prediction. Perhaps the world should take heed as they have had a lot of practice in this area. Read on, but hang onto your chairs and things.

Russian Billionaire To Build Super Yacht Like No Other

Having money to burn must be an interesting sensation. For most of us, it is at best an illusion, but this is not the case for Russian billionaire and Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich whose new yacht is complete with anti-missile radar systems. Read on and…close your mouth.

Microchip Storage of Individual Genetic Codes: Russian Reality by 2020?

Within the dynamic world of nanotechnology, Russian experts predict that by 2020 any individual will be able to afford a microchip, which will store his or her genetic code since birth. Read on for details.

Russian Scientists Expand Horizons of Thermo-Diagnostics

Natural thermal sensors are a byproduct of millions of years of evolution. If you don’t believe this, just ask any law-abiding mosquito how he or she always knows just where to bite into a “fresh warm lunch” or put another way, into objects which are warmer than their environment. Read on, even if your appetite is suddenly waning.

Unknown Beast Washes up on Russian Shores: What is it?

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and that axiom is no more applicable than at this moment. For the strange and unknown creature that washed up on a Russian beach almost 5,000 miles east of Moscow, there are few words to describe its mysterious and unsettling appearance. Read on and try not to look.

Wall Street Journal Announces Innovation Awards For 2008

The Wall Street Journal announced the recipients of its 2008 Technology Innovation Awards. The top award went to Vidacare, a U.S. firm, that created the EZ-IO device, a high-speed drill that delivers medications and other fluids directly into bones.

Russia’s Navy in Venezuela: What’s Really Going On?

Washington officials have not been taking the recent Russian and Venezuelan joint naval exercises being conducted close to American territorial waters very seriously. Some, however, are questioning what kind of forces these warships will present in the near future. Read on for some disturbing information.

Russia and India Agree to Transfer of Key Technology for T-90 Tanks

It has been a difficult settlement strewn with acrimonious delays, but Russia has finally agreed to transfer to Indian armament factories the key technology needed in order for them to produce frontline T-90 tanks. Read on for the details, heavy though they may be.

Russian Honeymoon Truly Out of This World

While America was first in placing a man on the moon and the very first tourist in space, Russia may make one wealthy couple the first members of the 240-mile-high club in an attempt to develop tourism in space. Read on and discover what a lot of money can really buy.

Russia’s Orange-Colored Snow: An interesting But Smelly Phenomenon

What is the meaning behind the orange-colored snow that has been falling over several Siberian towns? Why does it smell and why aren’t there other colors to consider? Read on whether you prefer primary or secondary colors.

Russian Nuclear Technology in China: What’s in Store?

According to Sergei Kiriyenko, head of Russia's Federal Nuclear Power Agency, also known as Rosatom, the total worth of Russian nuclear contracts being signed in Beijing totals more than 1.5 billion. What does this mean for the rest of the world? Read on and…hope for the best.

Russian Mind-Control Research: Have They Found It Or Lost It?

A dungeon-like room located at the end of a Moscow subway line is the home of the Psychotechnology Research Institute. There, it is said, human subjects submit to experiments aimed at manipulating their subconscious minds. Learn some facts about this fascinating place that seems like something out of a science fiction novel.

An Enema For and By the People: Russian Resort Unveils Monument

No, there is no typo here. We are talking about enemas, but this one is made of bronze and was inspired by well.. inspired. It is meant for human appreciation rather than application. Read on and resist the temptation to “say it isn’t so.”