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NASA's systems engineer Raul Polit Casillas, along with his colleagues at NASA's JPL have designed 3D printed metallic 'space fabric' that is getting ready for future space missions. These special fabrics will be useful in shielding spacecrafts from meteorites or even capturing samples from...
Living in a world without resources to survive over time can be challenging, especially when a basic element reasoning your existence is in danger. According to Wikipedia ( with compiled references ), more than 1.2 billion people are deprived of accessing clean drinking water. While the scene...
Nope, you don't have to feel sorry about the super zoom lens that you bought for your DSLR just last week. The latest innovation from the engineers at Rice and Northwestern Universities currently works in the labs only but it could be the right step in the direction of using smaller lenses to...
We welcome sleek design and we are the one, the 21st century breed, who have a fascination towards scaling things down in nano level. The history says, once, a computer used to bear the size of a room and now, the technology is, in fact, available on our watches. As we proceed to the future,...
Researchers at the University of California can help us bid a goodbye to cellphone screen damage blues in near future, as they have successfully created a self-healing material which when carved into two parts, can go back together like nothing has happened. Lead author Dr.Chao Wang’s interest...
From the multitude of senses, humans possess one named touch or tactioception that helps us "feel" the physical reality. As technology evolved with time, the electronic gadgets received an upgraded nourishment to mobile devices, supported peripherals and beyond. Following the course of...
Researchers at University of Manchester have successfully developed a graphene based sieve that is capable of desalinating seawater. Scarcity of fresh water is already affecting millions of lives and this advancement can become the key to the problem in near future. This new graphene-oxide...
Researchers at RMIT University, Australia have come up with a new graphene-based prototype, inspired by the fractal pattern of veins in a fern leaf. This could boost the energy capacity of supercapacitors 30 times over. It overcomes the challenge of filling a space in the most efficient way...
Researcher Pulickel Ajayan from Rice University has teamed up with NASA researchers to come up with new 'fuzzy fibers' created from silicon carbide that a able to withstand the pressure and heat (temperatures up to 1600°C) experienced by rocket engines and other aerospace applications. The...
With tens of hundreds of terabytes of electronic data being produced every day, the modern world of electronics needs better memory devices. The challenge led engineers at the University of Exeter, UK develop a new kind type of memory that is flexible, transparent and yet, super fast. The new...