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Renewable Energy now Interest of a Video Game Designer

Published Date: 2019-07-03

Alternatives for fossil fuels are seriously sought is no mere conviction. This corroborated further from act of a video game designer. Dutch by origin, the individual has set up a laboratory in Hawaii, with the intent to develop substitutes for fossil fuels. Henk Rogers, the video game designer,

3D Printing pins hope among Scientists to grow New Human Hair

Published Date: 2019-07-02

3D printing technology now finds use for a new domain. The technology is used to simulate scalp of human skin, thereby enabling human hair to grow in laboratory environments. The finding is result of a study carried out by a team of researchers at Columbia University. Hair fall is a common

New Method to Free Natural Gas Reserves while storing Carbon Dioxide

Published Date: 2019-07-01

In a new development, rock scientists discover a new method to unlock vast deposits of natural gas. A team of researchers at the University of Texas, Austin showcased how adminstering air and carbon dioxide into methane ice reserves could release vast amount of natural gas energy. Gulf of Mexico was

New Unprinting Method can save Paper, benefit Environment indirectly

Published Date: 2019-06-28

Saving paper from unwanted printing becomes easier. In a breakthrough development, a study at Rutgers has developed a new method to unprint paper. Unlike laser-based unprinting, the method works with standard, coated paper usually used for home and office printers. The method entails pulses of

Social Robots feature Therapeutic Capability, says study

Published Date: 2019-06-27

Social robots can help to create positive emotions in sick children, reveals a study. The finding is likely to encourage use of social robots that are used in support sessions in pediatric units of hospitals. In pediatric units of hospitals, hosting interventions is a common practice. This involves

New DNA Microscopy offers Genomic Information of Cells, says study

Published Date: 2019-06-26

DNA microscopy is next big thing for genomic studies. Using this imaging technique, scientists can now view inside of cells right up to genomic level. DNA microscopy involves DNA bar codes. Scientists use DNA bar codes to locate a molecule’s position in a biological sample. The process does not

DNA Microscopy Next Big thing for Imaging of Cells

Published Date: 2019-06-24

In a breakthrough development, microscopy reinvented again. The collective works of biophysicist Joshua Weinstein , Aviv Regev of Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and molecular biologist Feng Zhang are reported in recent issue of ‘Cell’ journal. Using traditional methods, scientists used x-rays

New Smartphone App may allow to Program any Robot, for whatever use

Published Date: 2019-06-21

A team of scientists, which includes one of Indian origin, have developed an out-of-the-box smartphone app. The app is mind-blowing for its functions. First, it allows user to program a robot to carry out mundane tasks. This could be even pick up of items from one area and delivering them to another

Researchers could Integrate Visual and Tactile Signals in Robotics

Published Date: 2019-06-20

Artificial intelligence is making robots more human-like. It is seemingly true from recent initiatives by scientists at MIT who are trying to bring a new dimension of touch to the interaction media. This will likely pave way to new avenue in robotic applications. While robots can see or feel, they

Single Hair of any part of Human Body can identify a Person, says study

Published Date: 2019-06-20

Concluding long-drawn research of nearly one year, researchers at Forensic Science Center of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Michigan State University found a single hair from any part of the human body can identify a person. The study published in Scientific Reports could serve to be an