It’s always been a mystery that why our brain uses more than 20% of our body’s energy even when we are not doing any physical or mental activity. Scientists, for a long time, believed this energy generates electrical charge used by neurons to communicate. Recently, however, they discovered that brain uses 90% of this energy …
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Boeing using noise produced by an aircraft on a runway to generate electricity. The patent mentions installing multiple acoustic collectors on both sides of a runway, for this matter. The moment we step inside a subway or a city mall, the first thing that irritates us is the noise generated by the people rushing through, …
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This new breakthrough fabrication process uses nanostructure coating. It forms intrinsic bonds between Graphene and Nanostructures and produces high-quality, low cost graphene that could make it go mainstream. A thin layer – so thin that you can’t feel it if you place in on your fingers – of pure carbon that is 200 times stronger …
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Google files multiple patent to optimize electricity generation in project Makani through a control schemes for rotors of flying wind turbines. Google, for years, has been interested in solving one of the most pressing issues of the world to create clean energy. For that pursuit, in 2013, Google acquired Makani Power and since it has …
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Man has always toyed with different ideas in which communication can be done. The telephone was one of the greatest inventions of the 19th Century. The television of the 20th.
Technology enthusiasts had long fantasized about telephones which could make you “see” the other end. And then suddenly came the world of video cameras and computers and the internet.It was no longer a big deal to have a video chat or send photographs 10,000 miles away in a second.
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A recent report says that almost 88% of the age group of 16-24s own a Smartphone and utilizing it to access internet, playing games, listening to the music and what not. And this is the age group that uses to be found in colleges and universities. Because such a large percentage of students own a …
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Have you ever wondered about the Asian Corporate Giants dominating the US markets?
Which Asian Companies have gained a foothold in the US?
What are the technologies these Asian Companies have brought to the US?
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