Tag "Technology"

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Tattoo Sensors: Plants Get Sensor ‘Tattoos’ That Track Water

by January 16, 2018

What can a tattoo do? Well it can act as a sensor but not on human beings but on the plants. A plant scientist from Iowa State University has developed Tattoo Sensors on tape, which can be easily attached to

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Piezoelectric Tiles Light the Way for Kennedy Space Center Visitors

by January 10, 2018

Kennedy Space Center gets Piezoelectric Tiles Light on the Visitor’s Pathway Our search for new age technology which can help in powering cities of the future has finally come to an end. A team of scientists at the NASA Kennedy

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Boosting the Antibiotic Arsenal

by January 1, 2018

There is good news in the field of medicine. Earlier, antibiotic that were used to treat bacterial infections such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which was present in the lungs of patients suffering from cystic fibrosis were not effective. This was noticed

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An Easy to Make Curved Image Sensor for Optoelectronics Origami

by November 30, 2017

Do you know about curved Image Sensor? This is the generation of selfies, anybody and everybody these days from someone’s grandpa to their aunt, we’re all taking pictures. But are the pictures an actual representation of what we are truly

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Smart Fabric: How to Store Information in Your Clothes Invisibly, Without Electronics

by November 27, 2017

Now You Can Store Information Right In Your Smart Fabric Our modern age has become such a time where the marvels of the science fiction are becoming reality by every passing day. Scientists have discovered a new type of fabric

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Printing Integrated Circuit onto Fabric

by November 25, 2017

Today’s researchers have come up with a way to print a whole integrated circuit directly onto fabric. This opens up a range of possibilities especially when it comes to health and well- being. Printing a circuit onto fabric is not

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Do Apple investors and shareholders have cause for concern with latest developments at Dialog Semiconductor?

by November 15, 2017

Apple Inc. (AAPL) supplier Dialog Semiconductor Plc (DLGNF) on Tuesday raised its full-year forecast on strong demand for the iPhone, but disappointed investors with a cautious outlook on the revenue it will generate from the tie-up. CMC markets have brought

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Shotgun Shell: Google’s Object Recognition AI thinks This Turtle is a Rifle

by November 14, 2017

Researchers at MIT were successful in confusing artificial intelligence to categorize a reptile as a weapon, which makes us question the future of object recognition AI security. If it has the shape, size as well as the patterning of a turtle,

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Design Of Swarm Robot Zebro Suitable for Serial Production

by November 1, 2017

An Engineering student conceives a modular design that aids in the serial production of Zebro Mattijs Otten, who is pursuing a course in Industrial Design Engineering at TU Deft, conceived a modular design, facilitating production of Zebro in the series. Zebro happen

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Stanford Scholars Observe How Fact Checkers Evaluate the Credibility of Information Online

by November 1, 2017

A report, recently published by the “Stanford History Education Group”, comes up with the observation that Fact Checkers tend to learn more, though reading less and it can surpass the expertise of the college students as well as historians.  How the

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