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Laptops and Smartphones Tells About your Actions Translating Noise and Signals

Laptops and smartphones not even connected to the Wi-Fi may tell about your actions to attackers without your knowledge. The reasons are the weak signals and noise that produce gadgets familiar to us. Sitting in a cafe with a laptop or starting dig into your smartphone in the subway in any strange...

LHC detects particle decays

The renovated LHC which started functioning from last month has noted particle decays which could throw some light on dark matter, dark energy and antimatter.  Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particle collider, has detected particle decays that had been predicted...

Scientists come closer to creating bionic brain

The Nano Cell is the world's first electronic multi-state memory cell which mirrors the brain's ability to simultaneously process and store multiple strands of information. Scientists have developed a new nano memory cell that mimics the human brain at the MicroNano Research Facility at RMIT...

Facebook kicks off Instant News platform

The social media company will load the news faster for select nine publishers Social media giant Facebook Inc has announced a strategic partnership with nine famous publishers to host their articles on its mobile app.   The company’s new move is part of an experiment that offers attractive...

Audi Launched a Factory Transforming Carbon Dioxide into Synthetic Diesel

It should be noted that the company Audi has long been engaged in the development of technologies for the production of different types of fuel from the carbon dioxide in the framework of the developed concepts power-to-liquid (PtL). "The widespread use of CO2 as a feedstock for fuel production...

Renewable Energy powers most of Costa Rica

Costa Rica has been since long an early adopter of renewable energy. Since the beginning of 2015, 97% of its electricity is generated by renewable energy sources. Despite the fact that renewable energy can be seasonal, by using an array of renewable energy technologies they have surmounted that bit...

L'Oreal's Artificial Scin

Beauty conglomerate L'Oreal announced a partnership with the American company Organovo for creation of 3D-printed human skin for research and testing of new cosmetics. Gartner analysts predict that the bioprint technology, which began to evolve relatively recently, will be widely used in medicine...

Samantha Cristoforetti is the First to Try Space-Brewed Coffee

Astronauts on the ISS brewed a few cups of espresso on a unique coffee machine, which was recently brought into orbit. The device will be used to study the behavior of liquids in weightlessness. Coffee machine, which has been specially developed together with the famous Italian coffee producer...

RepRisk’s Business Intelligence will be an input to SASB’s Sustainable Accounting Practices

So as to harness the power of business intelligence provided by big data, the Sustainability and Accounting Standard Board has decided to avail of RepRisk’s services and use it as a form of input, amongst others, to develop verifiable Sustainable Accounting Standards. RepRisk is a leader in the...

Tiny Robots Able to Carry Loads with Super Strenght

Researchers at Stanford University have presented a series of tiny robots that can climb vertical surface like a gecko, and lift loads weighing significantly more than their own weight. Miniature robots are able to move on the vertical walls thanks to a special glue, marked on their limbs. Robot,...
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