Ashwini Sakharkar

Ashwini Sakharkar, curious for writing she writes articles for Inceptive Mind and Tech Explorist. She is open-minded and loves to explore her knowledge. Sincere, friendly, curious, ambitious, party lover and to be continued...
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Self-healing potassium metal batteries: a rival to Li-ion tech

Lithium-ion batteries are dominating the storage industry for a very long time, which allows our gadgets - from cell phones to solar power, to...

Octopus-inspired Tentacle Bot can handle a wide range of objects

We, human beings, are able to grab objects with our hand thanks to the thumb that serves as a clamp. It brings precision and...

A novel way to increase fuel-cell efficiency and lifespan

While the stack aging rate limits the global fuel use of solid oxide cells (SOFCs), the fuel excess is usually utilized in a burner,...

Revolutionizing fluorescence microscopy using a new type of microscope slide

Fluorescence microscopy works by detecting the light that compounds called fluorophores transmit when energized. All the more explicitly, fluorophores retain light at a given...

A new catalyst to improve Metal-Air Batteries (MABs)

Scientists at the UNIST have devised a new catalyst to boost Metal-Air Batteries (MABs) performance, such as discharge and charge efficiency. This new composite...

New smaller, lighter radiation shielding

Ionizing radiation can cause critical issues for electronic gadgets. To ensure against this, devices that might be presented to radiation -, for example, devices...

New flexible supercapacitor allows electric vehicles to be charged in 10 minutes

Supercapacitors are entirely new material. Unlike conventional capacitors, they can be charged almost instantly and, if necessary, discharge a huge amount of energy, making...

New synthetic bioplastic blocks UV radiations with better airtightness

Plastic, despite the greener initiatives, remains the king in many industries and also in the daily lives of the citizens. The alternative is a...

Smart contact lens sensor detects common eye problems by altering colors

Wearable electronics, coupled with wireless communications systems and monitoring technologies, are providing advances relevant to medical application development. One of these new advances is...

MagNI: A magnet-controlled bioelectronic implant to relieve pain

Recently, Rice scientists have made a breakthrough: a neural implant that can be programmed and charged remotely with a magnetic field. Dubbed MagNI, the...

Efficient, solution‐processed, hybrid tandem solar cells

A novel technology, capable of maximizing the performance of the existing CQD solar cells has been developed, recently.

Inexpensive smart diaper alerts parents when it’s time to change it

It wirelessly sends a notification to a caregiver that it’s time for a change.