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Spacecraft

After the sign of “Touched down confirmed” reported by the NASA’s mission control operator,    cheers and applause sounds erupted from the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Scientists leap from their seat to embrace each other after the successful launch of the Mars InSight Lander. Just after the landing, InSight released its first picture from the planet Mars. The Main motive behind the aircraft landing is to study the interior of the

Researchers Discovered New Step toward Cure of Brain Hemorrhage

Intracerebral hemorrhage or ICH, most commonly known as cerebral bleed, occurs within the brain tissue and is a kind of intracranial bleed within the ventricles or brain tissue. Common symptoms include high blood pressure, low cholesterol, vomiting, weakness, one-sided headache, neck stiffness, and decreased level of consciousness. The main causes of brain hemorrhage are arteriovenous malformations, brain trauma, brain tumor, and aneurysms. Brain Bleeding Could Be Stopped With the Drug

Wildlife

Latest, cutting edge technologies are not just transforming urban lives, they are also proving instrumental in conserving wildlife. Some such technologies include thermal imaging, digital data monitoring tourist flow, biometrics, closed circuit TV cameras, and IoT. Advanced communication methods are also being used to establish connection of rangers with various devices. Technology Brings About Dramatic Reduction in Poaching Take for example a pilot project, entailing such technologies, in South Africa’s

Food Technology and Research to Boost Crop Nutrients

Considerable catastrophic impact is caused on the planet Earth by climate changes. The climate change negatively impacts the growth of the crop yields. This leads to decrease in nutrients in food staple like vegetable, rice, and legumes. This may lead to decrease in nutrients amount in human body, ultimately resulting in malnutrition. According to a Agri-tech expert, the standard of the food quality is continuously decreasing every day. This is

Global Warming

We never really paid attention to nature and the destruction we have caused to her. With our construction industries and emission of harmful gases, exploiting all natural resources, we made sure not to leave any stone in the hay. Natural calamities followed by destruction and loss of life and property is not enough. A recent warning has been given by the US government regarding climate change and its catastrophic effects.

shopping

On the Black Friday this year, several consumers turned to the internet to crack the holiday season offer, this mark huge online record sale of $6.22 billion. Also, several consumer chose to skip the planning for venturing stores. The new record data set on November 24, 2018, from buying everything which range from electronic goods to apparel segment. As per new study by the Adobe Analytics, the sale upsurge from

Charging

In this fast-paced world, cell-phone and laptop charging can be a huge drag. Normally, most cellphones and laptops these days take well over an hour to get fully charged. However, Thomas H. Epps III, a professor from the University of Delaware, finds that it is actually possible to charge such portable electronic goods within minutes. But what exactly is preventing the technology from being widely adopted? First, it requires highly

drone

The island country of South-east Asia, Singapore is into news again, And this time it is not about the beautiful holiday packages that the country is providing but a technically different achievement. The latest achievement of Singapore is the practical application of drones in all sectors including food delivery to online packaging delivery. Seems like a dream for many countries until now. Singapore being the global hub fir education, finance,

AI to Figure out Way of Audit on Violation of EU’s Privacy Rules

The privacy regulator in the UK has appointed the first academic professional for improving the artificial intelligence (AI) and has asked him to figure out the way of audit ‘black box’ of AI algorithm. Even after Brexit, the UK has accepted the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was imposed from 25 May via the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. This GDPR has analyzed the works for how

Brain Has Two Clocks to Predict Future

A recent research study by New University of California, Berkeley shows that there are two different ways in which temporal predictions are made inside the human brain. Those depend on the different parts of the brain based on the immediate task. Thus the research shows that our timing is not a unified process. Be it in sports, music, or speech, there are two ways in which the human brain functions.