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  • Scientists develop floatable aluminium

    Scientists develop floatable aluminium

    Washington (ISJ) - If you drop an aluminium spoon in a sink full of water, the spoon will sink to the bottom. That's because aluminium, in its conventional form, is denser than water says Utah State University chemist Alexander Boldyrev. But ...

    2017-09-25 00:48:23.0
  • A solar cell you can put in water

    A solar cell you can put in water

    Tokyo (ISJ) - Scientists from RIKEN and the University of Tokyo have developed a new type of ultra-thin photovoltaic device, coated on both sides with stretchable and waterproof films. The cell can continue to provide electricity from sunlight even a...

    2017-09-19 03:12:19.0
  • Indian scientists develop technology for harvesting water from dew

    Indian scientists develop technology for harvesting water from dew

    Gandhinagar (ISW): We often notice dew drops on leaves, grass and some sloping surfaces in morning hours. These dew drops can actually be a source of drinking water. A group of Indian scientists, working with experts from France, has develop...

    2017-09-06 15:24:43.0
  • DNA codes can turn malware for computer system

    DNA codes can turn malware for computer system

    Potential interactions possible as molecular and electronic worlds get closer Washington (ISJ) - Rapid improvement in DNA sequencing has sparked a proliferation of medical and genetic tests that promise to reveal everything from one's ...

    2017-08-15 11:43:08.0
  • US engineers develop low-cost smart glove that translates American Sign Language

    US engineers develop low-cost smart glove that translates American Sign Language

    Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a smart glove that wirelessly translates the American Sign Language alphabet into text and controls a virtual hand to mimic sign language gestures. The device, which engineers call "T...

    2017-07-17 06:27:03.0
  • Hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords, study finds

    Hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords, study finds

    Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggest that brainwave-sensing headsets, also known as EEG or electroencephalograph headsets, need better security after a study revealed hackers could guess a user's passwords by monitoring thei...

    2017-07-10 07:30:20.0
  • Indian scientists develop nanomaterial for smart supercapacitors

    Indian scientists develop nanomaterial for smart supercapacitors

    Scientists at the India Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, have developed a new nanocomposite material suitable for making energy storage devices called super capacitors. Unlike conventional batteries, there is no electrochemical reaction in...

    2017-07-08 05:02:02.0
  • Indian scientists turn vegetable waste into food packaging

    Indian scientists turn vegetable waste into food packaging

    Potato peel and fruit pomace are generally thrown away as waste. But scientists at Tezpur University in the north-eastern Assam state have turned into packaging material for food products like bread. The biopolymer films made from potato peels a...

    2017-06-20 13:32:44.0
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