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DomeSaw: A Pioneering Tool To Heal Bone Deformities

Szanto’s invention will change the future of animals and children with bone deformities. Zsigmond Szanto set out to find out “the sphere” capable of cutting through bones whereby generating least heat and bone-dust. It would be a tool which could tremendously help surgeons to operate on “complex...

Vaeda’s Parents Fight Cerebral Palsy Beside Her

Cerebral Palsy couldn’t take down, the four year old Vaeda as her parents stand by her to make sure that she improves through every possible way they can. It is definitely quite a shocking news for parents of a one year old child that the latter has Cerebral Palsy. In fact, Lorrie Jollimore and her...

Stop Jailbreak! The New Virus Stole 225,000 Iphone Users' Data

WeipTech and Palo Alto Network discovered the theft of 225 thousand Apple ID accounts. The attackers used a virus that steals data of users, who opened access to the file system iOS-devices by jailbreak. It turned out that part of the third-party utilities for iOS kept accounts, and then sent them...

World’s Smallest Ball Bearings Developed in Japan and Recognized by Guinness

Like many other gadgets small, the Guinness World Record for the smallest commercially available steel ball bearing is now with Japan. Japan’s Minebea Co., Ltd. was awarded this distinction for designing and commercially manufacturing the smallest ball bearing that has an outer diameter at just...

Vertical Farming Steals The International Design Award

The vertical farming design of International Sky Urban Solutions bagged the “International Design Award”. The prestigious International Design Award has been awarded to Sky Urban Solutions’ vertical farming device which has been a “home-grown” technique. As compared to “traditional farming methods”...

South Australian University Comes Up With Phase Changing Technology

Researchers from the University of South Australia have had a major breakthrough in battery technology. Read on further to know how this can be a game changer for you in the near future. Researchers from the University of South Australia have devised a low cost storage solution that uses salt to...

Boeing, Harvard And Apple Join Hands With Pentagon In The Development Of FlexTech

The new phase of defense tech will be created in collaboration with private tech communities. In a joint venture, Harvard, Apple, Pentagon, Boeing and other peers venture out to “develop high-tech sensory gear” which will be made flexible enough so that it can be either worn by the customers or...

Technology to Convert Natural Gas into Methanol Being Jointly Researched by EERC and FuelCell Energy

EERC, the Energy & Environmental Research Center of the University of North Dakota has teamed up with FuelCell Energy, Inc to develop a durable, low-cost, and high-performance electrochemical cell to convert natural gas and other methane-rich gas into methanol, a major chemical commodity with...

Dr. Goffer To Bid Adieu To ReWalk Robotics Ltd.

Dr. Amit Goffer will be retiring from his post soon. He has been a pioneering figure in developing exoskeleton devices as the founder of ReWalk, which continues to open new doors to many paralysis patients. Dr. Amit Goffer has been occupying the post of president cum chief Technology Officer of...

3-D Models and Tools for Analysis of the Human Body can be Prepared by Body Labs

A request to help out the police in a murder case is what gave rise to a company that provides 3-D version of body images form a minimum of body measurements.   This was exactly what happened to Professor Michael Black from Brown University, a computer vision expert, who was asked by police...
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