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Soothsayers of Electronics Industry

If you are a part of electronics academia, you should be inquisitive to know the future of electronics industry. Why not? Starting from computers...
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When Technology Paves Way for Greener Earth

The road to technovation and digitalisation is not always a bed of roses. We often find groups of environmentalists and green activists raising slogans...

Stretchable Battery Made Entirely Out of Fabric

A research team led by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York has developed an entirely textile-based, bacteria-powered bio-battery that could one...

Pictionary Play With Computer will Soon be A Reality

An image-based word prediction game has been developed by researchers by Department of Computational and Data Sciences at Indian Institute of Science. This computational...
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Geniuses Are Weird, Their Innovations – Weirder

Once Archimedes ran naked through the streets of Greece shouting “Eureka!” and Pythagoras hated beans - so much so that he refused to escape...
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RF Powered Battery-free Cellphone Is The Next Technovation

Imagine the days when you would not have to worry about your phone running out of battery.These days are not that far.The scientists at the...
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Now 3D Printed Sensors Without Circuitry Connects to WiFi

Imagine a laundry bottle that will order refill online as soon as it runs out or a volume slider that connects to the speakers...
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Partial Battery-less Future of Smart Homes is Here

In order to get rid of hazardous batteries, here is a solution developed by Rahil Jain and his team from the University of Washington....
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Breathable Electronics on Skin for Health Monitoring

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have made a hypoallergenic electronic sensor for health monitoring that can be worn on skin continuously for a...
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BYU Engineers Brought Science Fiction to Reality

Inspired by the iconic scene from Star Wars in which R2D2 projects an image of Princess Leia in distress, Brigham Young University(BYU) have created...
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