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New Graphene Artworks Requires No Ink

Published Date: 2019-05-03

The term ‘electrifying art’ has a whole new meaning today. Here the word electrifying is not just an adjective describing the uniqueness of the art. The artists at Rice University are actually developing artworks that can conduct electricity. The art is based on the laser-induced grapheme (LIG)

Advanced Technique to Color Tune LED Bulbs

Published Date: 2019-05-02

A new technique shows the possibility of color tuning of LED bulbs. Changing the time sequence of the operation current that flows to the device helps achieve this. This is a collaborative work of Scientists from Leigh University, University of Amsterdam, West Chester University, and Osaka

Soon You Will Hear Neuron Transplant Surgery

Published Date: 2019-04-30

Heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, eyes, arms, and legs. The list of organs that can be transplanted is endless. And scientists are all set to add another organ in this exhaustive list, though it is complicated. Researchers at Stanford and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a device that mimics

Effective Personalized Cancer Treatment through Gene Predictions

Published Date: 2019-04-29

It is believed that the network algorithm is used in finding friends on social media. A new study at University of Sussex proves that they can be used in finding an effective treatment for cancer.  Gene’s interactions can be predicted with the help of algorithm network. Treatment Effects

Time Restricted Eating Lowers Blood Sugar

Published Date: 2019-04-25

According to researchers, time restrictions in eating help in lowering blood sugar levels.  The study says, time limits in eating shows promising results in controlling blood sugar levels. This will prevent risk of developing type 2 diabetes. According to study published in Obesity Journal, 15 men

New Chip to Enable Self Driving in All Tesla Cars

Published Date: 2019-04-24

According to Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, all Tesla cars will have an inbuilt computer in the form a new chip to enable full self-driving. Currently, this facility is available on all new models- 3, X, and S Tesla has introduced its custom-made chip for models S and X more than a month ago. Tesla has

Household Emission Affects Air Quality in India

Published Date: 2019-04-22

According to the research at University of California and Indian Institute of Technology, India can control air pollution by controlling the emission arising out of household fuels. Household fuels such as kerosene, dung, and wood increases the emission and affects the air quality in India. 

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