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'Novel air filter to "catch and kill" coronavirus developed'
Wed, Jul 08, 2020
When the scientists built and tested a prototype for the relationship between voltage/current and temperature, they said it satisfies the requirements for conventional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and could kill the coronavirus.
Aapki Khabar Aapka Fayda: Indian food is most healthy: Research
Fri, Sep 20, 2019
According to research, scientists have found that Indian food is most healthy
Scientists invent method to transfer life-saving vaccines to impoversished areas
Wed, May 22, 2019
Scientists have developed a new way that can help store vaccines and their subsequent transfer to remote and impoverished areas of the world. The new method developed by McMaster scientists and published in the 'Scientific Reports' combines the active ingredients in existing vaccines with a sugary gel, where they remain viable for eight weeks or more, even at elevated temperatures. The invention is significant because it can replace the cumbersome "cold chain" - constant storage at temperatures between 2C and 8C - which is currently necessary to keep anti-viral vaccines viable.
New 'rewritable paper' is long-lasting and easy-to-use
Fri, Dec 07, 2018
The rewritable paper demonstrates excellent rewriting performances and messages written on it can last more than half a year, compared to other rewritable papers whose messages fade after a few days or a few months, said the team led by Luzhuo Chen from the Fujian Normal University, China.
Electronic glove to give robots sense of touch
Thu, Nov 22, 2018
Stanford scientists have developed an electronic glove containing sensors that could one day give robotic hands the human-like sense of touch and dexterity.
Origami drone can protect itself from collision damage
Thu, Jul 26, 2018
Scientists have developed a resilient drone - inspired by the traditional Japanese paper folding art of origami - that can change its shape to minimise damage when it runs into something.
This start-up lets you cash in on your genetic data
Mon, Feb 12, 2018
You may soon be able to make money by selling your own genetic data, thanks to a US-based start- up that is offering a service to sequence a customer's genome.
New AI system can train robots for armies
Sun, Feb 04, 2018
Researchers at the US Army Research Laboratory and the University of Texas at Austin considered a specific case where a human provides real-time feedback in the form of critique