Assistant professor Zhibin Yu claimed his invention could revolutionise lighting technology. “In general the cost of LED lighting has been a big concern thus far.… Read the rest
The researchers believe that the “microfish” will open the way to smart microrobots that can be used for detoxification, sensing and drug delivery.… Read the rest
A solid electrolyte could not only increase battery life, but also storage capacity and safety, as liquid electrolytes are the leading cause of battery fires.… Read the rest
The chemists have discovered a way to embed metallic nanoparticles using laser induced graphene, which ia flexible film with porous graphene.… Read the rest
The computer scientists said that studies had shown that countries which are part of the routing chain can censor data or hack into it.… Read the rest
Scientists exploring the archiving DNA conducted a test in which error-free data was downloaded after the equivalent of 2,000 years.
The next challenge is to find a way of searching for information encoded in strands of DNA floating in a drop of liquid.… Read the rest
Samsung is mulling over a ‘space internet’ network consisting of 4,600 micro-satellites that could act as backhaul for terrestrial cellular networks and bring low-cost internet to “everyone in the world”.
The proposal is contained in an academic research paper by president of Samsung R&D America Farooq Khan.… Read the rest
While everyone is touting wearables as the next big thing researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Saarland University and Carnegie Mellon University are developing a different type of wearable that actually sticks to your skin.
Dubbed iSkin, the silicone rubber-based product is loaded with pressure-sensitive sensors, can made into limitless sizes/shapes and safely adheres to your body.… Read the rest
Apparently some drones have a problem with resonance so if you conduct an experiment of sound on them you could cause them to crash.… Read the rest
Cabbage White butterflies take a v-shape posture to warm their muscles before they take off, and the Exeter researchers believe that by mimicking this posture, solar panel could deliver nearly 50 percent more power.… Read the rest