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Researchers to Use Biocompatible Nanotube to Repair Damaged Heart Tissues

Published Date: 2019-08-16

Researchers from Texas Heart Institute have developed a new technique to repair the damaged heart tissues. The new technique involves the application of carbon nanotubes that can bypass the damaged heart tissues to conduct electrical signals. These nanotubes are biocompatible and pose no harm to the

Innovative Solar Cells that Don’t Need Sunlight!

Published Date: 2019-08-14

Neutrino Energy Group in collaboration with a global team of scientists have invented new solar cells that can work efficiently even in a cloudy day. The solar cells operate on the invisible radiation spectra of the sun instead of the sunlight that falls on them. These new cells provide ceaseless

Calcium-rich Diet Key to Restore Memory in Senior Citizens

Published Date: 2019-08-13

Memory loss is a common phenomenon among elderly people. People blame aging while some say that it is the death of brain cells. The debate on the topic has been on for ages and the exact science behind brains function while aging remains questionable. The quest to know brain’s behaviour and

Amazon to Deliver Goods with Self-driving Robots in California

Published Date: 2019-08-09

Amazon is emphasizing on robotic delivery for several years. The company is testing robot delivery in a suburban area in Seattle. Now, it has announced to launch robot delivery in the neighbouring areas of California. The company has started testing self-driving robots in California from the

Novel Development in Ocean Water Separation to Scale-up Blue Energy

Published Date: 2019-08-07

Ocean represents several untapped opportunities for renewable source of energy. This attracts several researchers and scientists to consider this as their subject of interests. Recently American Chemical Society's ACS Omega published a report that suggest how ocean energy can be turned into a

Blinking Eye on a Chip Opens Gate for Dry Eyes Disease Therapeutics

Published Date: 2019-08-06

Technologies are evolving at a rapid rate, with digitalisation of businesses penetration of electronic devices is increasing in human life. It has been found that the average time spent by a person on electronic screen has grown drastically. One of the common problem which most of the laptop and

Green Fertilisers: A Promising Way to Reduce Water Pollution

Published Date: 2019-08-02

Fertilisers are widely used by the farmers to improve crop production. Due to this, the demands for fertilisers are increasing at a rapid pace. Fertiliser manufacturing is a lengthy tasks and these process ill famous for the amount of water pollutions they cause in the process of making fertilisers

Novel Tool to Identify Machin Written Content

Published Date: 2019-07-30

We are living in a machine dominated world with most of our work is performed by machines. Be it opening doors, sending text or shopping, the penetration of machines in our lives is increasing at a rapid pace. With several new upcoming projects in AI and automation, the situation is going to dampen

AI Tool Monitors Cancer Outcomes, To Improve Recovery Speed

Published Date: 2019-07-29

Cancer continues to haunt patients with its long treatment procedure. Looking at the rapid expansion of the patient pool for cancer, several research institutes working on reducing treatment time and speed-up recovery. Keeping this in mind, researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute published a

New Speedier Technologies to rely on Light-based Devices, says study

Published Date: 2019-07-26

The future of speedier, more efficient information processing may rely on light than on electricity. A postdoctoral research scholar in material science and engineering at Standford has moved closer in his research in this direction. The scheme takes off with making a photon diode, wherein light