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Cyborg cockroach can save your life

A tiny neuro-controller created by researchers at the University of Connecticut may offer a lot of precise management of artistic movement biobots, like machine cockroaches that are already being tested to be used in search and rescue missions within folded buildings. Scientists have spent the higher a part of the past decade exploring ways in…
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Climate Change – a major issue

Floods, earthquake, drought and what not, all are the forms of natural calamities and can happen anywhere at any time. The places which are affected by these calamities are mostly the small islands or the developing countries. But who is on the fault? The complete fault lies on the shoulder of the human being and…
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Scientific and commercial opportunities for amazing potential of Earth mini-moons

In Astronomy and space science frontiers, a new review published that the detection of mini-moons that is small asteroids captured temporarily in orbit around the earth. This will extensively improve our scientific understanding of the earth-moon system and asteroids. These fast-moving and small visitors have different direction by existing technology with one confirmed mini-moon discovery…
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Now Europe too thinking of renewable energy sources

The climatic conditions in Europe are quite unpredictable and thus the use of solar energy has remained dubious but now the country may thrive on such energy sources despite the fact that weather there is highly unpredictable. Ireland, Switzerland, as well as the United Kingdom is researching and looking for ways to harness renewable sources…
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Theorists have a mechanism for the pure nanotubes from the unusual catalyst

According to Rice University scientists, growing a set of similar carbon nanotubes may not be very simple. Boris Yakobson, rice materials theorist and his team started a theory of growing nanotubes in a catalyst with a significant atomic arrangement. This would make carbon nanotubes, the angle of the carbon-atom lattice.  This catalyst starts nanotubes with…
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Dusty secrets search by storm chasers on Mars

One of the dust events engulfed in the month of June in the planet. First, on May 30th scientists observed a small-scale dust storm, and by 20th June it had been global. The opportunity of the rover has sudden visibility dropped, and this runs on solar energy. Scientists had suspended this activity to preserve the…
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Toughened carbon isotopes

A honey-comb shaped lattice of carbon called graphene is an unusual structure in itself. The pattern, when placed in the form of multiple sheets put together, has proved to be significantly robust and efficient of increasing mechanical performance. Carbon is itself entirely reactive, and its compounds with anything that can make it stable, this particular…
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An Excellent Approach towards Generating Efficient Solar Cells

The teams of scientists at Friedrich-Alexander-Universitate Erlangen-Nurnberg (FAU) are working on for joint research about generating more electricity from solar cells, which is called as singlet-fission research. This would empower the productivity of solar cells, and it happens for the current research team who have made this possible. This discovery has been published in the…
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