Jason Lamb

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A tech enthusiast from the Great White North, Jason Lamb spends his days working IT at a University. In his spare time, he's pursuing a Masters of Education in Information Technology at Memorial University, and spends too much time playing videogames.

60 Stories by Jason

Floating Farms Could Allow Food Independence

Vertical floating farms could be the answer to the lack of farmland in densely populated countries. With countries like Singapore cramming 5.4 million of its inhabitants into 276 square miles of of land, there isn’t much room for ...

Underground Scannings Reveal Some Secrets Of Stonehenge

A team of archaeologists have used underground scanning to reveal the lost secrets of Stonehenge. Having spent found years scanning the grounds around the world-famous Stonehenge, the University of Birmingham and their team of archaeologists ...

This Tiny Cardinalfish Is Able To Spit Light

This tiny cardinalfish has developed the ability to spit light, though the reason may surprise you. The translucent cardinal fish primarily eats plankton, but sometimes when out on the hunt it will accidentally devour tiny 1mm crustaceans known ...

Cartographer: Google’s Indoor Mapping Backpack

Not content with mapping the worlds oceans, streets, and rural paths, Google is now taking on the indoors with it’s Cartographer backpack. Using a process called “simultaneous localization and mapping” (SLAM), the backpacker walks through the ...

NASA Send 3D Printing To Space

NASA, in a bid to save time and money, plans to send a 3D Printer to the International Space Station. Often, when a piece or part of something is damaged in space, an astronaut would be forced to wait for a resupply, or even go the rest of the ...

Vertical City Proposed For London

If architects have their way, the future of housing may take shape in a self-contained vertical city. Proposed by SURE Architecture, this 300m skyscraper would be a self-contained city that meets the needs of future populations. Combining ...

Concrete 3D Printer Used To Build Castle…in Minnesota

A Minnesota man has developed a 3D printer that uses concrete…and he’s built a castle with it as well. Andrey Kudenko, contractor by trade, has taken to building a concrete castle in his backyard. Standing at 3 x 5 meters, this castle just ...

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