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3d-printing

Imperial college London’s materials scientists have developed stronger crystal materials after combining metal science with 3D printing. These findings integrate people’s understanding of metals and accelerates the range of 3D-printed materials application in various fields. Moreover, this new invention comes as a potential solution in making of vehicles to medical devices. Generally, 3D printing technology helps in producing engineering components. The printed components include lattice structures, where the material patterns

Spin

TbInO3, a rare earth-element exhibits a rare state of matter – quantum spin liquid state, points out a study. Members of University of Liverpool and McMaster University suggest that TbInO3 behaves as a quantum spin liquid in specific conditions. Magnetic moments in quantum spin liquids behave like a liquid preventing freezing, thus giving way for extraordinary properties of the material. Materials in Quantum Spin Liquid State can Find Applications in

Physical Inactivity Directly Connected With Genetic Exchange

Researchers at the University of Oxford noticed that our genes determine the time spent while doing activities. It was the largest study based on 91,105 participants who wore an activity monitor on their wrists for a week. The scientists have instructed machines for identifying the behavior and monitoring a huge amount of data. They noticed time spent by activities such as sitting, moving, and sleeping. Researchers combined data collected from

Will Technology Grant Humans Super Powers in Reality?

Technology is advancing at an impressive pace and many familiar objects and concepts of the past few decades have been taken over by more advanced products or have evolved beyond recognition already. Technology enthusiasts are hoping that technological advancements will also soon allow the creation of augmented super humans through the integration of man and machines. In 20 years from now, some concepts that seem too futuristic for even the