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  • China to Lead the Global Electric Vehicle Revolution

    Published On : May 16,2019

    The world will witness the electric revolution, but will be driven by China and not the U.S. According to the analysis, the global mobility transformation is sure to come sooner than later in all the vehicles. This will create a shift from petroleum ...

  • Mood and Sleep can Influence Your Day at Work

    Published On : May 15,2019

    Working Memory Researchers have investigated how the mood, age, and sleep quality affects working memory of a person. Working memory alludes to short-term memory or a cognitive system that temporarily holds the information in brain. It helps in ...

  • Eating Nuts in the Third Trimester to Improve Child's Neurodevelopment

    Published On : May 14,2019

    Nuts can reduce oxidative stress, hypertension, and diabetes. It also bets on protecting the effects of cognitive reduction due to old age. To add to this list of benefits of consuming nuts, the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) ...

  • Robots and AI will be Your Future Work Wives

    Published On : May 14,2019

    Robotics and artificial intelligence collectively are not ready to transform the way researchers work. Now, the way in which they collect data, analyze it, carry out experiment, and innovate new technologies is likely to change. Innovation is ...

  • Honey Not a Healthy Alternative

    Published On : May 06,2019

    According to an Action on Sugar research, the retail industry is misleading consumers stating honey is better than sugar.  Companies promote honey and syrups as a healthy alternative to sugar. They contain the same level of sugar as compared to ...

  • Why Water Technology Startups Fail?

    Published On : May 03,2019

    With rising water challenges, we are on a race to solve them with sustainable alternatives. This gives opportunity to many water technology startups and enterprises. These startups start operating with an objective to meet water challenges with the ...

  • Your Pretty Face is the Password for Your Desktop

    Published On : May 02,2019

    A touch or a wave can unlock your smartphone, and a tap could get you a mug of fresh sizzling coffee. Days are not far when your personal computer could sense your presence and unlock the screen for you. Tobii's next-gen software aims to instill ...

  • Robots to Help Autistic Kids

    Published On : Apr 30,2019

    To overcome challenges for children with autism, scientists have come up with a simple technique to build new robots. The technique utilizes affordable low energy Bluetooth devices of BLEs to perceive and interact with its surroundings. Along with ...

  • A Device to Help Speechless Speak their Mind

    Published On : Apr 26,2019

    Here is a good news for those suffering from a severe medical condition. Scientists have successfully redeveloped vocal capabilities of a healthy human being. They were able to achieve this tapping into the brain of a healthy human subject. This ...

  • EpiWear: Trending Wearable to Halt Allergic Reaction

    Published On : Apr 25,2019

    You are in an emergency and your epinephrine shot is not available. Or, you are not able to get the right dosage of the drug to take care of your allergic reaction. Here's a solution to these problems- EpiWear. The brainchild of students of Rice ...

  • New Techniques to Develop Better Lithium Batteries

    Published On : Apr 24,2019

    Lithium-ion batteries are extensively used in our daily lives. However, they are prone to have low energy density which often leads to recharging the battery. Also, as a result of highly flammable electrolyte, there are chances of them catching fire ...

  • New Energy Saving Catalysts can Work at Room Temperature

    Published On : Apr 17,2019

    Researchers of NIST have explored a new breed of catalysts that allow to initiate some chemical reactions at room temperature. Researchers believe that these catalysts can start chemical reactions which usually require large amount of heat even at ...

  • Researchers adopt Approach to Distinguish Topological Materials

    Published On : Apr 12,2019

    In the decades since they were first hypothesized, researchers had proposed that there are properties of topological materials that are exotic in nature. These kept up their electrical properties even when there was an extreme temperature shifts or ...

  • How Flying Cars are Helping Fight against Climate Change?

    Published On : Apr 12,2019

    According to a report, flying cars are the solution to the existing traffic congestion. The report predicts that these futuristic vehicles can be a good medium to commute for users and benefit the environment. However, they are good only if they are ...

  • New Cleaner & Safer Rocket Fuel to Provide Better Propulsion

    Published On : Apr 09,2019

    In a recent development, researchers have found possibilities to create a safer and cleaner rocket fuel. The new fuel uses simpler chemical "triggers" than its predecessors and is still equally effective. The triggers in the new fuel unlocks the ...

  • Lighting Storms to Measure Density of Earth’s Atmosphere

    Published On : Apr 08,2019

    Earth’s upper atmosphere is constantly moving during the day..  As a result, scientists were unable to measure its accurate density. However, in a recent study published by Sandeep Sarker and Chad Renick precise density of the upper atmosphere can...

  • Researchers Quantify Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Traffic

    Published On : Apr 05,2019

    In a report it was found that concurrence between autonomous and conventional vehicle will impact the outcomes autonomous driving. The report was published by UWICORE Laboratory at department of communications engineering and I3E Engineering and ...

  • 1 Hour of Any Physical Activity Benefits People with Osteoarthritis

    Published On : Apr 03,2019

    Osteoarthritis is affecting people across the globe especially in the U.S. It arises when the shielding cartilage on the ends of bones stops working properly with age. Osteoarthritis can damage and commonly affects joints in spine, hands, knees, and ...

  • New Way of Fabricating Aircraft Wings Could Enable Radical New Designs

    Published On : Apr 02,2019

    Engineers from MIT and NASA have tested and built a completely new type of airplane wings. They have assembled these airplane wings by collating numerous tiny identical fragments. One of the researchers says that the airplane wing can change its form...

  • 3D Printers to Revolutionize Smart Clothing Technology

    Published On : Mar 29,2019

    Wearable devices are becoming increasingly popular owing to the numerous benefits they offer. They have encountered a renaissance with the entry of smart clothing technology. Newly developed textiles with integrated digital components have ...

  • European Tech Companies Play Key Role in Ushering Economic Growth

    Published On : Mar 27,2019

    Brexit has resulted in economic slowdown and uncertainties in the U.K. and all of Europe. However, tech companies in Europe continue to boom despite the challenges faced by their economies. New research conducted by Statista and FFT 1000 suggests ...

  • Smart Clothing Technology to Usher the Wearable Devices Market

    Published On : Mar 26,2019

    Their ease of use has helped wearables become popular among tech and health savvy individuals lately. Researchers are working on enhancing the durability of wearables to sustain all kinds of environment. This has resulted in the development of smart ...

  • Has AI Bridged the Human - Computer Gap Through Visual Recognition?

    Published On : Mar 25,2019

    Researchers are focusing on making computers think like humans so as to reduce the manual work. They have achieved this to a considerable extent by leveraging the power of artificial intelligence. However, although computers offer a greater accuracy ...

  • Researchers Say Low Self Esteem Drives People to Undergo Cosmetic Surgery

    Published On : Mar 20,2019

    Cosmetic surgery refers to the enhancement of one’s physical features through surgical techniques. There has been a tremendous increase in the number of people opting for cosmetic surgery.  The emerging cosmetic surgical procedures include breast ...

  • High Requirement for Disease Protection A Boon for Tomato Grafting

    Published On : Mar 18,2019

    Tomato grafting has gained immense popularity in recent times owing to the multiple benefits it offers. There are several nurseries and companies selling grafted tomatoes and organic grafted tomato transplants. This method involves joining two plant ...