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A New Microtube Pump for Speedy Water Transfer

Chinese researchers reported that the new microtube pump is able to transfer the water droplets over a long distance. This was published in a journal Angewandte Chemie, which states that pumps consist tube. This tube has the feature of changing its properties through irradiation. The wettability gradient in the inner wall and capillary forces work together for accelerating the water droplets with high speed. Modern molecular diagnostic and other analytical

Juno to Reach Halfway Point of Mission; Jupiter Captured in All its Glory

‘Juno’, the solar powered spacecraft from NASA will fly past Jupiter on December 21. This will gain scientists more data on the giant planet. This will be the 16th flyby of the spacecraft, and the NASA mission will be through halfway. This is considered a significant milestone in the mission. After this point, Juno will delve into more details of the planet. At present, the mission has observed Jupiter entirely-

Recent Study Shows Adolescent Depression is on the Rise

Depression has achieved epidemic proportions. A recent study by a researcher at Rutgers University-Camden shows that a rising number of adolescents suffer from it in the U.S. Worse, they remain untreated. This means more awareness programs need to be created. The researcher’s from the university feel enhanced educational programs and upping of service capacities can be a solution. The research finds that older adolescents, girls, and those with single mothers

SpaceX

SpaceX on Monday launched 64 satellite in one fell scoop for a historic record setting operation. The satellite was deployed from Vandenberg Air Force Base, which is in California. Moreover, the same Falcon9 was earlier used in three space missions. The SpaceX’s Elon Musk is the US tech billionaire and the company founder who has made re-usability as their main goal. According to SpaceX, the deployment of 64 satellite in

smartphone

Scientists at the Salk Institute, US found the effects of light from smartphones and computer on sleep. This finding on disrupted sleep can be helpful in treatments of migraines, insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, and jet lag. Scientists have uncovered those certain cells of eyes that get affected by the ambient smartphones light. These lights reset the internal clock of the human body, which is generally known as circadian rhythm disorders.

3D Printing

Scientists working at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory created a system for making a painting from single photo. This system allows the art lovers to capture picture and print new copies with the same texture. The system is known as RePaint. The system uses machine learning for recreating every color of painting and prints it using a top-of-the-line 3D printer. The researchers found a better technology to capture

moon

After Mars mission, NASA is now set to unveil the future partners for its moon and Mar exploration missions.  The U.S. space agency NASA is now focusing on Moon mission and has recently announced its new collaboration with America-based companies. They are jointly working with the US organization to study scientific scope of Mars and Moon. NASA took to Tweeter to share the news that very soon the scientists will

Food

The uses of blockchain is rising by the day. This is because of both big and small tech companies investing in research and development of more evolved products. The idea is to use the super-sophisticated technology in various areas. For the uninitiated, blockchain is a distributed public ledger that is secured by the encryption technology. It is already revolutionizing the banking, healthcare, and education sectors. Most recently, blockchain is being

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

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.