The First Look At A Supernova Slamming Into A Companion Star

Supernova Slamming Into A Companion Star

After years of speculations, astronomers are finally able to detect evidences of a massive stellar event where shock waves from a supernova is evidently slamming into its companion star. And it was just what astrophysicists had been waiting for. For researchers who caught the glimpses of this rare event was more than a sheer luck. The ...

Neuroscientists Find A Brain Circuit That Recovers Memories

Brain Circuit That Recovers Memories

Our memory is stored in a neural circuit that connects different parts of the hippocampus (major component of the brain) and other brain structures. Each neuron cluster is associated with different aspects of the memory, like the time when an event happened. When we recall any of our memories, brain turns on the exact location ...

Tiny Robots Treat Bacterial Infection In The Stomach

Robots Treat Bacterial Infection

Tiny robots (micromotors enabled drug) have successfully treated a stomach infection in mice. These micromotors, each measuring approximately half the width of a human hair, can quickly swim through stomach while neutralizing gastric acid and then release antibiotics at the desired pH level. Recent advancements in the nano tech field in terms of biological function and biocompatibility have led to their ...

Scientists Discover A New Form Of Carbon That is Harder Than Diamond

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Researchers have found a new technique to make carbon more hard and more flexible by heating it (at 1,000 degree Celsius) under high pressure. This new “compressed glassy carbon” element is also ultra-light, stretchy like rubber and electrically conductive. This brand new carbon elemental form could potentially be created with large quantities, making it a good fit ...

Water Ice Found Near Mars’s Equator Left Scientists Baffled

Water Ice Found Near Mars’s equator

In a new study done on the decade long archived data from NASA’s oldest Mars Orbiter revealed a significant amount of water ice buried just under the Martian surface near the equatorial region. This discovery has left scientists and climatologists baffled, and raises a great mystery. Finding Water On Mars The data were gathered from ...

15 Coolest And Latest Military Gadgets | 2017 Edition

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The modern technology is helping humanity in various ways. The truth is, without technology we might not be able to do certain things anymore. Well, today we are not going to give a lecture about how technology changed the nature of military operations over the years, but in this post we will reveal some of ...

Researchers Develop New Battery That Is Powered By Your Spit

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Researchers at Binghamton University, New York have created the next-generation microbial fuel cells – a battery that is activated by human spit. It can be used in situations when normal batteries don’t work. Assistant professor Seokheum Chor is working on micro-power sources for more than five years. He has developed numerous paper-based batteries powered by bacteria. On-demand micro-power ...

A Company Is Building A Flying Car That Can Fly 120 Miles In One Go

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DeLorean Aerospace is working on a flying car that can carry two people and fly up to 120 miles in one go. DeLorean cars represent 1980s pop culture, thanks to the Iconic “Back to the Future” trilogy. The original DeLoeran founder’s nephew, Paul DeLorean, is now working to make flaying cars a reality. He isn’t aiming to ...

Google To Pay Apple $3 Billion To Remain Default Search Engine on iOS

Google pays 3 billion

Google is paying Apple Inc. approximately $3 billion in 2017 to remain the default search engine on iOS devices, securities firm Bernstein said in a note to investors. This is 3 times up from $1 billion (paid 3 years ago), and licensing fees of Google make up a huge bulk of Apple business. The search firm’s payments are responsible for ...

MIT’s New AI Reduces Buffering While Streaming a Video

MIT develops a new AI – a neural adaptive system, dubbed “Pensieve”, to stream high-quality video online with less rebuffering. Earlier experiments have shown impressive results – 10 to 30% decrease in rebuffering of video streams. Not everyone has low-latency, high speed internet connection and this usually results in a lot of lag and pixelated ...

16 Famous and Greatest Mathematicians | 2017 Edition

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Mathematics is one of the basic subjects and an essential factor to understand our universe. Math allowed us to transmit the electricity over thousands of kilometers, explored the concept behind DNA and also gave rise to computers. Without maths, scientists can’t develop medicines or engineers can’t explore or make advance technologies. So technically, without maths ...