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Electric Vehicles Gains Popularity in the US

Published Date: 2019-04-17

The number of electric vehicles is increasing in the U.S., although it is still a small percentage in the automotive sector. According to reports, U.S. registered 208,000 new units last year. This year the number of registrations has doubled.  Zero Emission Programs  Zero emission regulations

Producing Nanomaterials an Easy Task Soon New Nanomaterial Process Made Easy

Published Date: 2019-04-12

Physicists at the University of Bath have found an easy and flexible process for tuning nanomaterial. This process will allow the synthesis of wide range of new nanomaterials in a single flow. This easy process includes various morphologies to open avenues in the optic and sensor technology areas as

Block Chain to Reshape Art Industry

Published Date: 2019-04-11

Even an expert can get fooled by suave forgery that takes place in the art industry. A painting that claimed to be a vintage piece of 17th Century was sold at AU$15million in one such scam. Later, it was discovered that synthetic paint was used by the fraudster to keep the place of originality under

Fuel Cell to Provide Alternative Power Options

Published Date: 2019-04-10

Fuel cells are a next big thing in the market. Fuel cells are likely to provide upbeat power alternatives. They use electrochemical methods to yield power. Future fuel cells are more efficient than existing combustion based methods. However, it erodes quickly which in turn adds up to the cost. 

Reaction Engines Sees the Milestone of Hypersonic Passenger Aircraft

Published Date: 2019-04-09

Researchers are working on a propulsion system, as these systems will allow hypersonic air travel; also, they have passed a development milestone. A British aerospace manufacturer based in Oxfordshire, Reaction Engines, is developing a technology for Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engines (SABRE).

Google Removes Heritage Foundation Leader from AI Council

Published Date: 2019-04-08

Google has decided to withdraw Kay Coles James, leader of Heritage foundation from advisory committee of AI ethics. This committee works on the complex conflicts that AI faces. Kay James shared her views on climate change denials and anti LGBT community. Though her role can call for political views

Robotic Sales Goes Up for 8th Consecutive Year

Published Date: 2019-04-05

According to International Federation of Robotics (IFR), robotic sales have set a new record, climbing for the 8th consecutive year. It is said to have sold 38,000 units in the U.S. alone. Now, the U.S. ranks 7th in robotic business in the global market. South Korea, Germany, Japan, and Singapore

Volkswagen Examines Self Driving Cars in Germany

Published Date: 2019-04-04

Volkswagen has started to examine self-driving cars in Hamburg, Germany. This will see five e-Golf being taken up to three kilometers.  These self-driven cars will have laser scanner, ultrasonic sensors, radars, and cameras. Drivers carrying out tests to be seated behind the steering wheel times.

Artificial Intelligence to Perceive Anomaly in Power Supply Grids

Published Date: 2019-04-03

Power grids are shrinking as centralized power supply is the future. Such multifaceted network requires high resolution sensory technology. Artificial Intelligence (AI) paves the way to make right and timely prediction to recognize any power disturbances or anomalies.  Earlier, we used big power

Smart Pajamas to Ensure Better Sleep

Published Date: 2019-04-02

Getting a good night’s sleep has been a concern for many. However, answer to this underlies in our nightwear. Researchers have come up with an exclusive smart pajamas to ensure  sound sleep. These pajamas have integrated sensors to monitor heartbeat, sleep and breathing.  Smart pajamas are