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  • MIT Discovers Underwater Battery-free Sensor for Exploration

    Published On : Aug 22,2019

    Researchers at MIT have discovered a battery-free sensor which works under water to explore the vast oceans, and transfer data to the surface. This is also being called under water Internet of Things. Scientists have developed an underwater ...

  • VERSE to Make Web Browsing Easy For Blind

    Published On : Aug 20,2019

    Scientists have come up with a new voice assistant which helps visually impaired people to have an access to web content effortlessly and fast, from the devices such as smart speakers and so on. In a recent study by the University of Waterloo ...

  • Innovative Exo-Suite to Conveniently Support Walking and Running

    Published On : Aug 19,2019

    A walk justifies the attitude of a person and running can be helpful in saving lives. Humans have a small window of speed range in which they can either walk gracefully or run faster. However, humans naturally choose the gait that consumes the lowest...

  • CsPbI3 to Over Silicon as Solar Energy Products

    Published On : Aug 16,2019

    The reason why silicon leads in solar energy products is because of its stable nature. They are also extremely cost-effective and efficient when it comes to transforming sunrays into electricity. Now, in case silicon is to be replaced with any new ...

  • Perovskite Material to Replace Silicon in the Near Future

    Published On : Aug 14,2019

    Silicon has been dominating the electronics and solar energy industry for years. The reason behind this is not because it is the most efficient element but it is the only available element that has the desired stability to be utilized in commercial ...

  • Reduced Intake of Carbs May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes

    Published On : Aug 13,2019

    In order to treat type 2 diabetes patients, nutritional therapy plays an important role. However, the recommendations are yet not clear.  As claimed by the Danish Health Authority, 85% newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients suffer from obesity. ...

  • 24 Hour BP Monitoring Helps in Accurate Prediction of Heart Diseases

    Published On : Aug 09,2019

    A critical treatable risk factor in heart and arterial systems disorders is high blood pressure. Blood pressure checked over 24 hours can predict complications related to heart and arterial system more accurately. It is more precise and reliable than...

  • Scientists Develop Most Sensitive Experiment to Detect Dark Matter

    Published On : Aug 08,2019

    Reports are emerging from the LUX-ZEPLIN experiment that its key component is ready to be sealed. This sealed component will be lowered around 1.5 kilometers underground and will try to search for dark matter. Dark matter is an enigmatic form of ...

  • 3D Printing is the New Alternative to Soft Lithography

    Published On : Aug 07,2019

    Microfluidics involve study and manipulation of sub-microscopic liters of fluid. Microfluidics and technologies that use this concept have several multi and interdisciplinary fields of applications such as biology to engineering. Experiments can be ...

  • Scientists Take Step Ahead for Definitive Heart Regeneration Therapies

    Published On : Aug 06,2019

    A new research paper is published in the Nature Biotechnology and is partially funded by the British Hearth Foundation (BHF). According to this research paper, a combination of hear cells that are derived from the human stem cells are the key to ...

  • Scientists Find Mechanism That Drives Cancerous Cell Growth

    Published On : Aug 05,2019

    A team of scientists has discovered the mechanism of energy production of the cancerous cells. The team discovered how development of cancerous cells can drive growth of the nucleus and lead to rapid formation of tumors. The research team consists of...

  • Investing in Energy Storage Tech Will Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Published On : Aug 01,2019

    We all know renewable sources of energy is a must for our future survival. Renewable sources not only help in generating sustainable clean energy but also help in cutting down the emissions from greenhouse gases. However, there is one thing that we ...

  • A New Method to Predict Size of Earthquake from Brine Injection

    Published On : Jul 31,2019

    Brine is a byproduct of oil and gas production. It is in the form of toxic wastewater. Well-drillers generally dispose off the brine by injecting it in deep rock formations. These injections at times can cause earthquakes. Most of the time these ...

  • Use of Light is a Potential Answer for a Secure AI

    Published On : Jul 30,2019

    Currently, we are experiencing a highly accelerated growth and adoption of AI that the ability to influence a broad range of changes in society. They include better lifestyle conditions, growth of the economy, ease of access to entertainment, well-...

  • Wearable Artificial Graphene Throat (WAGT) to ‘Voice’ Mute People

    Published On : Jul 26,2019

    An artificial throat developed by a team of scientists could help mute people express their thoughts. The team reports to ACS Nano with regard to its operations. The scientists claim that the artificial throat will give ‘voice’ to mute people in ...

  • China Mulling New Norms for Emerging E-Cigarettes Market

    Published On : Jul 25,2019

    Owing to the rising popularity of e-cigarettes in the country, the Chinese government is mulling to regulating the flourishing e-cigarettes market. Chinese Health Authorities are willing to take introduce new regulations with focus on people’s ...

  • Automation to Radically Alter the Face of Delivery Process

    Published On : Jul 24,2019

    Automation has penetrated into the core of every business today. Product delivery process also has not remained untouched with automation. With the implementation of various innovative solutions, businesses are leveraging the benefits offered by the ...

  • Virtual Reality Glove Now in Reality

    Published On : Jul 23,2019

    Recently, a virtual reality-enabled glove is in the news. The glove offers experience while dealing with virtual objects. According to researchers, the virtual reality glove is optimal combination of pneumatic actuators and tangible piezoelectric ...

  • New Sensors to Send and Receive Muscle Signal Post Muscle Transfer

    Published On : Jul 22,2019

    Surgical bio-signal implants in bio-signal field is not merely a concept these days. There have been various research that proves that bio-signal implants are here and changing various lives. There are various research and development groups that are...

  • Unstructured Data to Provide Valuable Insights from Healthcare NLP

    Published On : Jul 19,2019

    EHR has been helping physicians to provide complete health record to the patients. Although there are forms available in many EHR records, physicians still use unstructured data in text form to diagnose the patients. However, this data poses severe ...

  • New Control Technology to Make Grasping and Releasing Easier for Robots

    Published On : Jul 18,2019

    A recent study led by Prof. Tetsuyou Watanabe at Kanazawa University provides favorable output new control technology for robotic arms. The study relies upon the grasping and releasing of objects safely into complex positions by robots. In the ...

  • Wearable Sensors to Get Enhanced by Smart Textile Solutions

    Published On : Jul 17,2019

    Sensors have become one of the most trending technologies over the last decade. Smart devices enabled with multiple sensors are seamlessly changing the perspective of modern business these days. However, the latest trend in sensors technologies is ...

  • Easy Manufacturing for Robotics Parts With Automated Systems

    Published On : Jul 16,2019

    MIT researchers have proposed designs and 3D prints for automated systems. This system is capable to produce complex robotics parts called actuators. These parts are optimized according to multiple specifications. In other words, the systems can ...

  • This Backpack Will Charge Your Phone While Traveling

    Published On : Jul 15,2019

    If you are an ardent traveler, then you never shy away from walking miles to explore new places. While we invest substantial energy to move around, little did we know that our footsteps could not only keep us, but also our phones going. Here's ...

  • Researchers Develop a 6-D Model to Enhance Flying Robots Capacities

    Published On : Jul 12,2019

    In the past few years, aerial robots have become quite popular across a variety of applications in different fields. Several of these robots are designed to fly around and gather visual information from their surroundings. Some of the robots can ...