Science

New Synthetic Material can Reconstruct from Carbon in Air

In the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Change of the Climate that it’s not pretty enough to reduce some of the carbon outputs from the atmosphere, but we need active material in near future to reduce it at large scale. However, in a recent development, the MIT engineers have discovered that a new material can easily pull carbon from the air and use it to become strong and

Benin Community turns Waste into Gold Mine

Garbage has turned into gold. People of the Houegbo village of Benin, West Africa are now able to utilize waste into biogas fuel. Benin is the fourth largest exporter of pineapples in Africa. Mark Giannelli, the founder of ReBin, noticed the massive amounts of pineapple skins that were thrown away into waste and he had the idea of the waste treatment. An opportunity to change the living standard and meet

New Bed Net Developed to Help to Fight Malaria

The study based on a clinical trial in Burkina Faso, West Africa involving 2,000 children and duration for more than 2 years concluded that reduced cases by 12 percent. The study included a new type of net compared to the conventional one. The study is conducted by the collaboration of Durham University (UK), Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (UK), Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Switzerland) and Centre National de

Loss of Procedures in Perovskite Solar Cells to Make It Efficient

Perovskite solar cells that are carriers of charge can be lost through recombination occurring at interface defect sites. While recombining the defect sites within the perovskite layer limits the performance of the solar cells at present. Teams from the University of Potsdam and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin reached the conclusion through accurate quantitative measurements on 2 perovskite cells which uses photoluminescence. Even solar cells made from perfect miracle material is not

Consumption of High Fibre Foods can be Effective for Reducing Stress Level on Behavior and Gut Bacteria

The new research published in the Journal of Physiology states that consumption of high fibre food might be effective to reduce effects of stress on gut and behavior. Stress is a major health concern and lead to major changes in the gut and working on the brain which can lead to behavioral changes. From past few years, the interest of connection between gut bacteria and stress-related complaints such as depression,

Noting High Electricity Usage Can Predict Traffic Conditions

The immense traffic on the roads is haunting the civil planners, car manufacturers, and fluid dynamic professors. Just counting cars on the road doesn’t give a solution, but the analyzing the data behind the number of cars can find the solution. CMU researchers show that electricity usage may be key to understand high movement in the city. The idea of relating the traffic and electricity is fare as when the

Researchers Have Found a Possible Origin and Working of Human Speech

Researchers have learned neural circuits present in the rhesus macaque monkeys which could represent a common origin for speech and communication in humans and monkeys. These findings proved that these circuits are responsible for face recognition, changing facial expression, and changes in emotions. The team from the Rockefeller University in New York City used an experimental setup which is used for MRI of brains. Winrich Freiwald, one of the scientist

NASA set to go Near the Sun with the Parker Solar Probe

NASA is on plan the mankind’s first trip to the Sun with a car-sized probe – the Parker Solar Probe – that will reach within the 4 million of the solar surface. This probe will face heat and radiations from the Sun which no another spacecraft has been tolerated before. It might be released on 6 August with United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy. It will the closest study of

A poke ball to catch aquatic animals and release safely underwater

The open ocean is the least explored and largest ocean on the Earth that could hold up a million species that yet to be explored. Many of them might be soft-bodies such as jellyfish and octopus which are difficult to catch for studies with existing tools. A new tool developed by the researchers at the Harvard University’s Wyss Institute, John A is able to trap these sea animals inside the

Cornell University Researchers Develop Emotional & Expressive Robots

Guy Hoffman and his students at Human-robot collaboration and companionship lab have invented a preliminary design of a robot which is capable of expressing emotions by changing its external surface. The skin of robot is covered with a grid of texture units (TUs) whose shapes are functioned by fluidic actuators, which allows them to change their properties and shape by demand. The incorporation of texture changing skin by modalities of