Boon for Big Data: Researchers Develop HyperTools to Visualize Dataset

Come to think of it visually, every collection of data represents a fundamental shape or geometry. However, those structures can be radically complicated. To simplify this requirement to understand a dataset better, researchers at the Dartmouth College have developed an open-source software program called HyperTools. Leveraging mathematical technologies to formulate intuitions regarding the dimensions of a dataset, HyperTools has shown the capability to create geometric structures that they are reflecting.

MIT Researchers Develop MapLite, Enabling Self-driving Cars to Drive on Roads Untravelled

The recent car fatality by self-driving uber has underlined the fact that this technology is not hit up to the mark and feasible for widespread adoption. One of the reasons is there are not many places where self-driving cars can actually drive. Google and other companies have only tested their self-driving cars in major cities where they have spent tedious time ensuring that every lane, off-ramp, curbs, and stop signs

Thin Smart Patch, Similar to Marine Skin Can Now Track and Monitor Behaviour of Marine Animals

In order to study the behaviour of marine animals, a smart patch called marine skin can be used. This thing Marine skin can be turned on a wide range of sea creatures in order to study the behaviour and is based on stretchable silicone elastomers which can be subjected to sharing, stretching, and twisting without getting affected. The Marine skin does not get affected even when exposed to high pressures

Time Crystals Found by Physicists at Yale

Physicists at Yale have discovered time crystals, which is a form of matter that takes when it is exposed to the pulses of electromagnetic waves. The discovery has led to several questions which need to be answered such as How are time crystals formed in the first place? Time crystals atoms spin periodically in One Direction and then in another due to a pulsating force which flips them and this

Researchers Build Metamaterial that is Tuned Dynamically by Light

The researchers at Duke University have found out a way that can improve security scanners by new types of visual displays, and they have achieved so by building the first-ever then metal-free , dynamically tunable metamaterial which is metal free for controlling electromagnetic waves. A metamaterial is nothing but an artificial material which manipulates electromagnetic waves such as sound or light true properties of its structure and not chemistry. The

Lipid Accumulation in Brain Could Hint Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers at the McLean Hospital, and Oxford University have found that early sign of Parkinson’s disease can be detected through elevated levels of lipids in the brain. This finding is extremely important for those people who might be at the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease and can allow for early treatment of the disease and might even prevent the person from getting Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is characterized by the

Don’t be Lulled by Gmail’s Confidential Feature, Warn Privacy Experts

When rolling out major updates of Gmail, Google is announced that it will soon add a new feature called confidential mode which promises to give users a higher level of control over who can see their emails when they send it and for how long. Privacy experts have warned that users should always be mindful about the content they are sending over email and that messages sent even in the

Memristors: Key to Prevent Damage by Cyber Criminals

Just like with everything, there are pros and cons of the internet of things as well. While it makes the lives of people extremely convenient and even streamlined, but the risk posed by it is a huge concern. The wirelessly connected devices, gadgets, and appliances pose cybersecurity risk which can result in much damage as cyber criminals can manipulate and control nodes in a network and the destruction potential is

Low-income Countries to Benefit from New Technologies that Maps Population Data for Future Planning

Studies done by the University of Southampton is assisting the government of low-income countries by strengthening their ability to facilitate the building and use of population maps, for planning the future and responding to emergencies. Wordpop at the university, has partnered with nonprofit organization Flowminder Foundation, for forging links with different regions throughout the world for supporting the manufacture of population maps that are detailed as well as demographic datasets