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IISc Artificial Leaves to Produce Fuel

These artificial leaves absorb carbon dioxide to produce fuel and release oxygen To reduce carbon-dioxide in the environment, Researchers from Indian Institute of Science (IISc)...
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Virtual Reality Testing Ground for Drones

Engineers have developed a new virtual reality training system for drones to make them more efficient Engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have come up...

Economic Plastic Sensors for Biosensing

A polymer has been developed to detect metabolites and monitor a wide range of health conditions Researchers from the University of Cambridge and King Abdullah...
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Future with Motor-less Robots

The new actuating material that can be powered by light may replace traditional bulky motors and pneumatic actuators  In order to contribute to the development of...

This Microcomputer Can Advance the Study of Tumours

This device can be used to investigate temperature variations in tumour versus normal tissues and to evaluate success of therapies With a device measuring...
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Gummy Bears Can Now Detect Voltage Changes

Scientists have 3D printed microelectrode array on gummy bears, which allows them to detect voltage changes resulting from activity in neurons or muscle cells Researchers from...
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Smart Stent to Detect Blood Flow in Arteries

The smart stent can detect even subtle changes in the flow of blood through arteries to identify narrowing of arteries in early stage Researchers from...

Electronic Skin for a Sensation-al Upgrade

This electronic skin can upgrade astronaut space suits and make robots more human with a sense of touch and pain A team of engineers at the...

Modified Chip Design for Nanodrones

Researchers at MIT have designed Navion- a modified chip with power consumption reduced from 2 watts to 24 milliwatts Navion is a 20 square...
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Drones to Detect Dangerous Butterfly Landmines

These drones can be used to detect dangerous butterfly landmines in remote regions of post-conflict countries. Researchers from Binghamton University have developed a method that...
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