Smart Home: Smart home means Connecting devices, appliances around us with us. (or) this refers to creating the work easier, like controlling the fan, light or any electrical or electronic devices within the easiest way. Any electrical or electronic device…

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Gyroscope: Gyroscope, a device used for controlling or measuring the orientation and angular velocity. It works on the principle of Conservation of Angular Momentum. This help vehicles, drones, and wearable electronics to know their position in 3D space. It is…

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Nanotubes: The allotropes of carbon in the form of cylindrical shape. These Nanotubes are Fullerene family. These have specific properties helpful for Nanotechnology. They have better thermal conductivity, mechanical property, additives, electrical property,etc., These Carbon nanotube films have high-powered, fast charging…

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3D Printed steel bridge: Dutch Engineers from Robotics Company MX3D designed 3D Printed Steel bridge. If you wish to walk on this bridge, visit Dutch Design Week previewed from October 20 to 28 October. This bridge installed across a canal…

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Lithium Ion battery: Li-ion batteries widely used in all fields. They are rechargeable batteries comes under the primary batteries. Lithium acts as an anode so they referred as Lithium-Metal batteries. The use of Lithium, ions transferred between anode and cathode. They withstand for…

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Necessity is the Mother of Invention The Coimbatore-based interior designer wouldn’t have come up with Wooden bicycles. PK Murugesan, 33, searched for a new frame for his bicycle that was damaged. This led him to design a frame using engineered…

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The Boring Company’s first tunnel being dug under Los Angeles is almost completed. The two-mile test tunnel underneath SpaceX’s headquarters in Hawthrone, California, is a proof-of-concept for an underground public transportation system which aims to transport passengers and vehicles beneath…

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Tesla battery installed in South Australia helped in massive drop in cost of backing up region’s power supply in 2017. This is has reduced the price of expensive power outages by 90 per cent, powered by wind power. It has…

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Tesla’s forthcoming electric crossover vehicle, the Model Y, will be a “manufacturing revolution,” even though the automaker is still struggling to get its mass-market Model 3 out of the door and into customers’ driveways. The vehicle’s real impact will be…

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Chandrayaan-2 mission scheduled for an October launch, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is also gearing up to launch a slew of important satellites in the coming months prepared for Rs 800 crore. Isro will launch a dedicated satellite, Gsat-7A, for…

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The Aurora Station will launch in 2021 with guests welcomed by 2022 Guests will be able to stay in luxury for 12 days on board the orbiting hotel. The experience will allow guests to test out zero gravity and gaze upon…

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Toyota says they will be replacing up to half the neodymium in them with the more abundant, lower-cost rare earths lanthanum and cerium in Electric motor. APPLICATIONS:    Power steering     Robots     House hold appliances DIFFICULTIES IN…

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Koenigsegg’s sister company, Freevalve, has come out with a technology that removes the traditional CAM drive. They have replaced the Cam mechanism with electro pneumatic actuators. The advantages are humongous. Weight savings and infinte variable valve timing possibilities are more…

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Martti, developed for adverse weather conditions, is the first Finnish robot car to challenge snow and ice:   Martti is a research vehicle developed on the chassis of Volkswagen Touareg. Like its counterpart Marilyn, it is equipped with cameras, antennas,…

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Rsesearch reported on December 19,2017: To make modern-day fuel cells less expensive and more powerful, a team led by John Hopkins chemical engineers has drawn inspiration from the ancient Egyptian tradition of gilding. Egyptians artists at the time of King…

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Experiments testing graphene for two different space-related applications have shown extremely promising results. “Graphene as we know has a lot of opportunities. One of them, recognised early on, is space applications, and this is the first time that graphene has…

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 In the new study, reported in the journal Nature Geosciences, Liu and graduate students Quan Zhou and Jiashun Hu used a technique called seismic tomography Using supercomputers, the team ran different tectonic scenarios to observe a range of possible geologic histories…

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Want to send your name to MARS? NASA reveals its next Martian lander will carry two microchips loaded with citizens’ names – here’s how to apply NASA’s InSight mission to Mars will carry with it names from the general public…

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Solar power has been established as a source of mainstream power generation across the globe. With numerous installations of photovoltaic (PV) systems for residential homes at or near the distribution site, there is a challenge to balance supply and demand…

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With 885 million consumers exposed to health risks, study calls for urgent investments in improved sanitation The use of untreated wastewater from cities to irrigate crops downstream is 50 percent more widespread than previously thought, according to a new study…

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Method to reinforce these materials could help make airplane frames lighter, more damage-resistant The newest Airbus and Boeing passenger jets flying today are made primarily from advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber reinforced plastic — extremely light, durable materials…

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