There is Water on Moon. Can there be life?

Research teams from University of Hawaii at Manoa has found concrete evidence that there is water on the moon. The goal to develop a civilization on moon is the primary motivation for researchers to find water source there. The study also proves synergy between lunar minerals, proton from the solar wind, and micrometeorite impacts. The […]

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Hyperdimensional Computing Theory to Create Memory Cells in Robots

Robotic process automation has penetrated into many industries worldwide through promising efficiency and accuracy in multiple operations. However, controversies arise once these robots fail in memorizing things, unlike human beings. Now, the question is – can a helping robot behave like humans in critical situations? Researchers from the University of Maryland have introduced a unique […]

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Sepsis is Life Threatening, Exposes Big Data

The University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine revealed that sepsis is not one disease but many conditions put together. Many treatments have to be considered to treat sepsis. The Journal of the American Medical Association announced these findings and presents them to the American Thoracic Society’s Annual Meeting. They revealed that sepsis is a life-threatening […]

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Tastier Food through Cyber Agriculture

With technology scientists have developed plants with new traits to improve yield or resist climatic conditions. Now, researchers have attempted to enhance the taste of crops. Open Agriculture of Massachusetts Institute of Technology has successfully enhanced the taste of basil plant. The team was able to achieve this implementing many advanced technologies. With these scientists […]

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A System like Air Traffic Control to Manage Drones

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), better known as ‘drones’, have gained mainstream status for quite some time now. However, the quandary of regulating their growing numbers has only recently begun to garner public attention. In the last few months, multiple incidents of drone-related aggravation and disruption have come in the limelight. Drone attacks on people, aircrafts […]

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Advanced Cathode for Water in Salt Battery

A team of researchers from University of Maryland and the U.S. Army Research Lab invent a new and advanced cathode. It undergoes a chemical transformation that results in changeable solid salt coating in a water based battery. Researchers believe that improvising the prototype of water in salt batteries will help successfully develop high energy batteries. […]

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