Advanced Technology is Key to Successful Smart Cities Mission

What is a smart city? Experts say that the approach to promote cities which provide core infrastructure with modern lifestyle is the closest answer. But, what is ‘Smart City’ without technology or the application of ‘Smart’ solutions? Given that half of the Indian population is going to reside in urban areas by 2050, the mission […]

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Empathetic Technology Can Know What One Is Feeling

Crum, who is the main researcher at Dolby Laboratories, CA, and an assistant professor at Stanford University, has made a recent development. He characterized empathetic technology that uses the internal state to choose how it will react and decide. Therefore, How Technologies will peruse the Interior States. Crum’s discussion at Wired Health included some fascinating […]

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Perovskite: A Novel technique to Improve Solar Cell Efficiency

 A team of researchers in the U.S. has successfully found a way to improve functioning of perovskite-based solar cells. The new technique is expected to reduce price of solar cell. Silicon has been a favorite element for all industrialists for the manufacturing of solar cell. This is mainly because of its several unique properties. However, […]

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Pharmacogenetic tests to Drive Customized Prescription

Pinnacle Ventures, a well-known capital investment firm launched a pharmacogenomics programme. This programme helps performing genetic tests to generate customized prescriptions for the patients. Research team of Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, a non-profit primary healthcare management firm, New Zealand, performed study. Moreover, the team is researching on including biomarker data into EHRs and connecting it […]

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AI Robot Taking Care in Future for Lonely Elderly People

An American sci-fi comedy-drama film Robot and Frank envisioned a future where robots could do nearly everything people could. Scientists provided a robot butler to an old person living alone. The robot was equipped for everything from cooking and socializing to cleaning (and, it turned out, burglary).This sort of sci-fi may end up being an […]

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Bioengineers’ Unique Technique Eases 3D Printing Replacement Organs

Bioengineers have cleared a major obstacle on the way to 3D bio-printing and organs replacement with a breakthrough technique. Rice University’s bioengineers and Kelly Stevens from the University of Washington predominantly led the research work on this. However, their new invention – a hydrogel model has allowed scientists in creating several entangled vascular networks which […]

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Tracking Phones Location Data for finding Suspects not without Caveats

Gathering and storing cellphones users’ personal data isn’t new; technology companies world over have been doing it for quite some time, albeit scrupulously. Of special significance is tracking location data of the devices and its use by law enforcement agencies. Volumes of data that investigators find access to help them obtain the locational information of […]

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New Google Feature to Offer Seamless Control over Personal Data

In the last few years google has made several changes in its controls and search engine with a motive to secure consumers trust. Now, the company has decided to offer extra control to its users with its newly launched feature called auto delete control. This feature makes personal data management simple for users. There has […]

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