Scientists present the first bionic hand with the sense of touch

Scientists present the first bionic hand with the sense of touch
The evolution of prosthetics is a long and storied history, from its primitive beginnings to its sophisticated present, to the exciting visions of the future. As in the development of any other field, some ideas and inventions have worked and been expanded upon, such as the fixed-position foot, while others have fallen by the wayside or become obsolete, such as the use of the iron in a prosthesis. The long and winding road to the

Cryptojacking might be the new privacy threat in 2018

Cryptojacking might be the new privacy threat in 2018
Over the last few months, the cryptocurrency (Bitcoin) values seems to be increasing and has been in the headlines as more people began investing in cryptocurrencies. The major concern that looms over cryptocurrency is in the Mining process. (Mining process involves solving complex transactions. The finished complex transactions are recorded as blocks, each time when the miner solves or finishes a block he gets a reward in the form of bitcoin.) Mining process requires a

Physicists developed a coldest chip runs at near Absolute Zero

Physicists developed a coldest chip runs at near Absolute Zero
Still now we haven't developed the technology to cool our devices we use. Our devices generate heat when we start to process information (i.e, texting, surfing the internet). The processing of information takes place on the heart of our devices where 'microprocessing chips' are being embedded, this is where heat gets generated. There is no effective way for cooling our devices till now. What if Physicists developed a chip that process information without generating heat? That's

Scientists prints ‘self-healing’ flexible metal circuits

Scientists prints ‘self-healing’ flexible metal circuits
A recent discovery by researchers from North Carolina State University which has so many potentials. They found a new technique for directly printing metal circuits, creating flexible, stretchable electronics. The technique can use multiple metals and substrates and is compatible with existing manufacturing systems that employ direct printing technologies. “Flexible electronics hold promise for use in many fields, but there are significant manufacturing costs involved – which poses a challenge in making them practical for commercial

A Tokyo-based Startup going to start ‘Moon Ads’

A Tokyo-based Startup going to start ‘Moon Ads’
Nowadays ads can be seen everywhere on TV's, youtube and while surfing web pages across the internet, these ads are annoying so much. Not only we're going see ads on our devices and computers, a Japanese company taking 'ads' to a whole new level by displaying ads on the Moon. A Tokyo-based Startup called 'Ispace Inc' going to start 'Moon Ads' and the space startup said it raises $90 Million from the country’s biggest businesses,

New research could develop batteries that triple’s the range of electric vehicles

New research could develop batteries that triple’s the range of electric vehicles
We all aware of the fact that the automobile industry is gonna witness a gigantic change in the years to come. Electric vehicles are soon gonna hit the road. But there are certain issues we need to sort it out before it becomes a big problem to us. It is actually the need of the hour to increase the range of the electric cars. Companies are all trying their level best to find a novel

Son’s asthma inspires a professor to create world’s 1st molecular air purifier

Son’s asthma inspires a professor to create world’s 1st molecular air purifier
Dharendra Yogi Goswami is currently a professor at the University of Florida who migrated from Delhi to the US in the late 90's. Everything was going well until prof. Yogi came to know that his son was suffering from asthma. That's when he was so desperate to find a solution for polluted air. Problem with existing ones I know that a question pops up in your mind what about the existing air purifiers that are

The Brain of Artificial Intelligence – Neural Networks

The Brain of Artificial Intelligence – Neural Networks
We're in the beginning of Artificial Intelligence era. We didn't know what will be the true potential of AI. The AI buzz started when Google's Deep Mind project Alpha Go (a computer go game powered by DeepMind’s AI Algorithm) for the first time in the history of the world, an AI defeated professional European Go player champion Fan Hui for five to zero. Later this year Elon Musk backed startup OpenAI defeats the world’s best Dota 2

Scientists believe that this gel can seal wounds within a minute

Scientists believe that this gel can seal wounds within a minute
Researchers have developed a highly elastic surgical glue that, they say, can seal wounds within a minute. The potentially life-saving surgical adhesive, called MeTro (short for methacryloyl-substituted tropoelastin), was created by an international team of scientists and could eliminate the use of more common methods such as stitches or staples. Biomedical engineers from the University of Sydney and the United States collaborated on the project. MeTro was made using a natural elastic protein and can

Meet Melati and Isabel Wijsen the environmental stars of Bali

Meet Melati and Isabel Wijsen the environmental stars of Bali
"Be the change that you wish to see in the world," says Mahatma Gandhi. This suits perfect for these young girls named Melati and Isabel Wijsen hailing from Bali situated in Indonesia are campaigning to ban plastic bags locally and reduce the impact of plastic waste globally. Ever growing problem of Bali We all know the issues faced by the countries throughout the world due to the usage of plastic and Bali is no excuse to