Pee

Soon, pee to power your smartphone, tablets

NASA astronomers are trying to turn pee into pure drinking water. Back on earth, pee can soon be commercially used to charge smartphones and tablets.

Law of urination: It takes 20 seconds to pee!

All animals - from elephants to cats - that weigh more than 3 kilogrammes take about 20 seconds to pee, scientists have found.

New technique developed to turn pee into fuel and drinking water during space missions

Rather than ejecting astronaut pee into space, scientists are developing a new technique that can turn this waste burden into a boon by converting it into fuel and much-needed drinking water.

Machine uses pee to create `biological concrete`

A new portable machine uses a mixture of sand, bacteria and urine to create an eco-friendly concrete-like material that can be used to make bricks to build houses.

Peanuts, eggs and pee considered good luck in space missions

Minutes before the Aug. 5 landing of the Mars rover Curiosity, anxious engineers and scientists in the control room at NASA`s JPL were munching on handfuls of peanuts.

Penelope Cruz ‘peed in the sea during `Pirates` shoot’

Penelope Cruz has revealed that she peed in the sea while shooting for ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’.

Creating power from pee!

If researchers are successful, urinals could offer a solution to the world’s energy crisis.