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A recent study unveils that your phone's password is scientifically guessable, as a team at Nanyang Technological University has found a way to unlock the phone by reading its sensor data. Are you friends with a Black Hat? Your phone might work as "The Marauder's Map" for him since it...
For the first time in space history, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have detected microbes in the orbiting lab itself,...
A new powerful telescope named WFIRST (Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope) is scheduled to be launched in the mid-2020 by NASA. The new telescope is said to have the capability of capturing images which are 100 times larger than those captured by the well known Hubble Space Telescope....
Presence of water on Mars has been a topic of particular interest among the science community and that is why the red planet is in the headlines every now and then. Enough evidence is present which suggests that water once flowed in abundance over the surface of Mars. Nasa's...
NASA at present relies on human-controlled radio systems to control the communication of all systems it operates, but with the shortage of radio spectrum for the future operations and to achieve increased efficiency NASA is looking towards cognitive radio solutions with artificial intelligence...
In a world which is getting increasingly digi-savvy, health monitoring via the aid of technology seems to be the most logical thing. In a new breakthrough, Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a smartphone case and app which will make it easier for patients to...
Researchers at Carnegie Institute of Sciences and MIT have found the greatest anomaly in the history of black hole discovery. They have discovered a giant supermassive black hole hidden in the center of an ultrabright quasar. The mass of the giant has been estimated to be around 800 times the...
How many of you fancy world-class education through MOOCs? If you are accustomed to online courses then it might be a piece of cake for you however many of us face difficulties with the virtual environment. In a bid to improve, the Michigan State University unleashed the first-ever robot-aided...
In recent times, artificial lighting has taken a massive leap thanks to adoption of LED lights as they offer greater brightness and low power consumption.While this turn of events might seem to be positive, it is actually proving to be catastrophic for all living entities under the sun. A...
Do you remember how the wobbling bridge physics problem used to excite or trouble us in school days? As it seems, a group of scientists at the Georgia State University has finally found ways to reduce wobbling of pedestrian bridges (except mechanically not reaching the condition). Why does a...