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Our neighboring Red planet Mars is never out of the news. After India successfully deployed Mangalyaan in Mars orbit on 24 September 2014, United Arab Emirates (UAE) is set to launch its own Mars orbiter called Hope by 2020. It is expected to reach Mars by 2021 which also happens to be the 50th...
Researchers from University at Albany (SUNY Albany), USA have come up with quite a sweaty analysis, which proposes a new biometric-based authentication approach for unlocking mobile and wearable devices, such as smart phones and smart watches using one's own sweat. The unique approach relies on...
China, with its humongous ambition to explore the space segment, is expediting all the viable ways to make it much deeper. While its recent fallout of space station...
Want to get relaxed after a heated argument with your boss? You may want to change your home lighting arrangements and replace white light sources with blue ones. The recent studies published in Plos One open journal says, blue lighting accelerates post stress relaxation compared to white...
You may be well aware of the Hollywood movies like Gravity in which they show space stations or satellites falling to the ground while burning through the atmosphere. Guess what? You may see that kind of thing happening in 2018. Don't worry though because India is safe from any impact, and risks...
Oil and Water, don't go together. Who doesn't know this proverb? Irrespective of geographical location or language, it has become a "naturally grown" part of expressions, synthesized and developed enough to be integrated with the literature forever. However, what if the science behind this...
While surfing the internet, I often hit a particular picture for making a technology-based event brochure and that is a brain coalesced with digital circuits, going through it as if veins - piercing through our body. As a crude observer, it was the picture that made me ask a question. What if...
In a world which is constantly getting redefined by cutting-edge technologies, a new artificial intelligence system has been developed by team of researchers from Yokohama, Japan that helps detect colorectal cancer before the benign tumors become malignant. The new computer-aided diagnostic...
In a breakthrough research update, a team of researchers at ETH Zurich have succeeded in generating the world's shortest laser pulse with a duration of only 43 attoseconds. This means that this laser pulse is the shortest controlled event to have ever been created by humans. It would enable...
Researchers at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences have successfully tested a mechanism which shall use fibre optic network to monitor seismic events. Yes, the same fibre optic network that is used to deliver internet across the country can be used to monitor...