Mammals including humans have a limited range of wavelength to see things. It is visible light in the wavelength of a rainbow. However, infrared rays (IR) that have longer wavelength are also present around us. Objects, animals, and people also have the ability to emit infrared rays. A group of scientists from have discovered a technique that gives night vision to humans without any significant side effects, for 8-10 weeks.
Recently, combined research was conducted, where the researchers from the Delft University of Technology, the University of Leicester, University College Dublin, Diamond Light Source, and TATA Steel Research UK worked together. Professor Hongbiao Dong from the University of Leicester’s Department of Engineering headed the research. He showed ways to optimize additive manufacturing and arc welding at a relatively less price with more efficiency by exploring its internal flow behavior. The
According to a recent study, a new way could help protect concrete from fire damage. This is done using recycled material of old tyres. Scientists at University of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, find out in their research. The fibre from textile reinforcement were the raw material for the research. They are commonly used to improve performance of tyres. Upon adding these fibres to the concrete mix, test results shows that
Science is making progress in every field including healthcare, construction, and food and beverages. A result of these progress is an innovation where scientists have developed a chip to sense oxygen levels in skin tissue. A group of international scientists have discovered an implantable small device. This helps measure and monitor the levels of O2 in internal tissues of a living being. There is immense importance of measuring oxygen levels