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Study: Video games help people relax

Study: Video games help people relax

Apart from having a comfortable pillow to help make you sleep better, did you know that video games can actually help you feel more relaxed? Video games are often frowned… Read more »

Predict, Forecast Earthquake Accurately

Predict, Forecast Earthquake Accurately

The Results of Earthquake predictions over the years have been disappointing. Often there are are false alarms which results in unwanted panic & epidemic. What causes Earthquakes? Earth’s hemisphere has multiple… Read more »

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

Spectrometer is really scientist’s swiss knife when it comes to identifying unknown materials. A new kickstarter project assures to make Spectrometry cheap and accessible like Wikipedia to just anyone. They… Read more »

DIY Build Spectrometer for Cheap

DIY Build Spectrometer for Cheap

A spectrometer is an instrument that takes light from some source and splits it into its different wavelengths. Simplest form of Spectrometer can be achieved through diffraction grating. Its the… Read more »

LASER Cooling for Semiconductors [Optomechanics]

LASER Cooling for Semiconductors [Optomechanics]

Can Energy falling on another kick the former out? Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute have managed to successfully combine two different worlds: Quantum physics & Nano physics. Semiconductors are… Read more »

World’s Fastest Camera – Trillian FPS [Speed of Light]

World’s Fastest Camera – Trillian FPS [Speed of Light]

How fast is Fast enough? A Typical dSLR can do 5 shots every second and a high-end sports dslr would capture 25fps in it’s full resolution, enough to do most… Read more »

Beginning of Quantum Computing, Computers

Beginning of Quantum Computing, Computers

Quantum physics has been trying to find a faster solution to current generation computers designed using transistors. Quantum computing would perform similar computing of data, but based on mechanical phenomena,… Read more »

Artificial Intelligence Algorithm behind IBM Watson

Artificial Intelligence Algorithm behind IBM Watson

AI is everywhere from your robots to search engine that bring back the most appropriate results. But there’s something extraordinary with IBM’s latest Robot/Machine- It can answer just about any… Read more »

How Analog, Digital Gyroscopes Work

How Analog, Digital Gyroscopes Work

Gyroscopes can be very useful tool because they move in peculiar ways anddefy gravity. Gyroscopes have been around for a century now, and they are now used everywhere from airplanes,… Read more »

NASA builds Moon lander Navigation for Humanoids [GENIE]

NASA builds Moon lander Navigation for Humanoids [GENIE]

NASA plans to take a humanoid to the moon to do all the stuff that humans cant — Explore the moon surface for several months. Rockets like the one in… Read more »

NASA Discovers 600M Tons of Ice on Moon

NASA Discovers 600M Tons of Ice on Moon

NASA’s space mission accompanied by imagery from India’s Chandrayaan, have found the next frontier on Moon: Tons of Ice. Back in  November, last year, they confirmed existence of water, which… Read more »

NASA Robonaut 2 – “Giant Leap in Robotics”

NASA Robonaut 2 – “Giant Leap in Robotics”

NASA has come a long way in robotics. They are no building the next level of robots who can actually assist humans in the routine work, primarily in the space…. Read more »

Recycle CO2 to Gasoline, Diesel Fuel

Recycle CO2 to Gasoline, Diesel Fuel

The Rate of usage of the fossil fuels is sky high. New powerful vehicles, industries have replaced the older ones but the efficiency, overall, has reduced, demand has risen exponentially…. Read more »

Water on the Moon, Pack your bags

Water on the Moon, Pack your bags

It’s everywhere, it’s on Earth, it’s on moon, soon may be on Mars too. Since we last reported, scientists have found “significant” amounts of water in a crater at the… Read more »

India Confirms Existence of Water on Moon

India Confirms Existence of Water on Moon

The moon has and had water. That’s the conclusion scientists who used data gathered by India’s first lunar mission to determine there may be widespread moisture locked in lunar soils…. Read more »

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