Hillary Clinton picks Senator Tim Kaine for running mate: official

Thanks;AFP Public;July 23, 2016 8:21 am WASHINGTON – Hillary Clinton announced Friday she has chosen Tim Kaine, a Spanish-speaking senator from the battleground state of Virginia, to be her White House running mate. “I’m thrilled to announce my running mate, @timkaine, a man who’s devoted his life to fighting for others. -H,” the presumptive Democratic…

Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

A team of scientists has discovered that bacteria could power micromachines such as smartphones by harnessing energy from its movement. (Photo : Flickr/Creative Commons/NIAID) Can you imagine … Sou… Source: Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

A team of scientists has discovered that bacteria could power micromachines such as smartphones by harnessing energy from its movement. (Photo : Flickr/Creative Commons/NIAID) Can you imagine … Sou… Source: Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

A team of scientists has discovered that bacteria could power micromachines such as smartphones by harnessing energy from its movement. (Photo : Flickr/Creative Commons/NIAID) Can you imagine … Source: Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

Engines of the Future: How Tiny Bacteria Could Power Your Smartphone

A team of scientists has discovered that bacteria could power micromachines such as smartphones by harnessing energy from its movement. (Photo : Flickr/Creative Commons/NIAID) Thanks;Monica Antonio  Jul 12, 2016 07:15 AM EDT Can you imagine your phone being solely powered by microscopic bacteria?A team of scientists from Oxford University has devised a way to harness energy…

The Latest: Italy: 9 Italians die in Dhaka siege, no Koreans

Thanks; AP Photo/Koji Sasahara Published;JUL. 2, 2016 10:22 AM EDT Japan International Cooperation Agency President Shinichi Kitaoka listens to reporters questions during a press conference following the incident at a Bangladesh restaurant, in Tokyo, Saturday, July 2, 2016. Shinichi Kitaoka said one Japanese hostage has been hospitalized, and the fate of seven others remains unknown….