Friday, August 12, 2022

Holoflex: world’s first holographic flexible smartphone

Scientists recently have developed the Holoflex: the world's first holographic flexible smartphones’. Without any kind of helmets, it allows the user to interface with...

Revolutionary nano-thermometer made from DNA

Scientists from the University of Montreal, Canada have developed the world's smallest programmable thermometer, known as Nano-thermometer from DNA. This could recast nanotechnology. Scientists...

Skin Track – Technology that turns your skin into touchscreen

Nowadays, it’s really tuff for users to determine touchscreen smartwatches due to their small size. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania invented a...

A new paper-based test for Zika virus

MIT researchers have just developed a new paper-based test for Zika virus. It demonstrates Zika virus infection within few hours. This test differentiates Zika...

Livia – The Off Switch for Menstrual Pain

Many women experience pain during their menstrual cramps. Periods are the most basic part of women's life. Many of the women and doctors avoid...

Actuating Nano-transducers the world’s tiniest engine

Researchers have developed a Nanoscale engine which is the world's tiniest engine. It has a size of a few billionth of a meter. Scientists...

AGDIB: New Battery Technology by Chinese Researchers

A team of scientists has been demonstrated a new battery technology. This demonstration was held at Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese...

Never ending Nanowire-based battery

We all get frustrated whenever our smartphones and laptop shows a low battery. The smartphone and laptop batteries have a limited lifespan. No matter...

The AI system that can detect 85% of cyber attacks, using input from human experts

Isn't it cool if we could predict cyberattacks before it happens? Predicting cyberattacks before it happens can help to prevent them. A Scientist team at...

Scientists create artificial eye to see in the dark

Scientists have created an artificial eye to see in the dark by linking the best features of a Lobster and a fish. This artificial eye...

Eyeriss: MIT’s New 168 Core Chip Could Bring AI to Smartphones

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) introduced their new 168 core chip. This...

PtSn4: A New type of material that may Speed Computing

Scientists from the U.S Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have cultivated a topological metal, PtSn4 (platinum and still). This material may speed computing. A...