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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Social robots can lead to more positive emotions in sick children

Over the past two decades, social robots have become an emerging field where there are many things still to work on. This field not...

A flexible and wearable vibration sensor precisely recognize your voice

In recent years voice recognition has begun to become a much more affordable as it can be easily found on mobile phones these days....

Researchers precisely quantified convection heat transfer in rail tunnels

Whenever there is a temperature difference, heat transfer occurs. Heat transfer happens in several ways in rail tunnels, for instance, when trains accelerate or...

This Japanese “Duck” robot replaces pesticides in rice fields

For rice farmers, ducks have been a viable way to keep their crops healthy instead of harmful pesticides. Specially trained ducks are released into...

Ocean swimming changes Skin Microbiome, raising your risk of infections

Skin, the human body's largest organ, is our first line of defense against infection and pathogens. The gut microbiomes that live on the surface...

ESA’s new device help rescue injured astronauts on the lunar surface

The European Space Agency (ESA) recently tested a device which is designed to assist in astronaut rescue missions on the surface of the Moon....

Robotic fish powered by battery ‘blood’ can swim for 37 hours

Soft robots are always good, they can be very useful in search operations. Also, we have seen many animal-inspired robots like energy-efficient SlothBot that...

Boaty McBoatface makes major climate change discovery on its first mission

The British research submarine, Boaty McBoatface has made an vital climate change discovery in Antarctica on its very first mission. The submarine was famously...

Feathers came millions of years before birds

Birds are famous for their colorful feathers, which they use to fly, flirt, and keep warm. But have you ever imagined, what came first,...

A droplet walks into an electric field

In many physical processes, including cloud electrification, electrospray, and demulsification, droplets, and bubbles are exposed to electric fields and may either remain whole or...

Carbon-neutral fuels move a step closer

Currently, the most active electrocatalysts for the conversion of CO2 to CO are gold-based nanomaterials, whereas non–precious metal catalysts have shown low to modest...

New method to improve match between DNA sample to a face database

While predicting what someone's face looks like based on a DNA sample remains extremely problematic, it is getting easier to filter the right face...