Plasma technology in Liquid by Microwave Irradiation


Embed from Getty Images Microwaves enter from this route, and bypass via this tube. Liquid accumulates in this area. Microwaves irradiate the liquid, and the irradiated place is wherein plasma is generated. to start with,…

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Taste Sensor able to Quantifying Tastes


  The human tongue has flavor cells. The surface of these taste cells is protected with lipids. We postulated that these lipids, appeared as a barrier, are crucial in detecting flavor. while a taste substance…

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Plastic that turns to clay when heated


Polysis, a specialist developer of polyurethane resins and resin products, markets haplafreely, a plastic that turns to clay when heated to temperatures above 60°C. When immersed in hot water or heated with a heat gun,…

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Color affects ethical judgments of brands


University of Oregon and University of Cincinnati researchers have found that everyday shoppers make assumptions about brands that use green colors. The findings, published in the Journal of Business Ethics, hold ethical implications for environmentally…

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Intense magnetic field found Near supermassive black hole


The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has revealed an extremely powerful magnetic field, beyond anything previously detected in the core of a galaxy, very close to the event horizon of a supermassive black hole. This…

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Vampire bats share blood to make friends


View image | gettyimages.com Two years ago, Carter and Wilkinson appeared to rule out the harassment theory when they reported that donor bats were more likely to approach starving ones first. And now they’ve gathered evidence…

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Snakes evolved from burrowing ancestor


The research is the newest for you to declare that snakes changed by area lizards which dropped their particular arms or legs while changing to your slithery, subterranean life-style (SN: 8/22/15, r. 10). A different…

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9-megapixel Omnidirectional Camera


This camera, which went on sale overseas in January 2015 and in Japan in February, offers users greater monitoring ability from clearer and more detailed images when it is installed inside a store or hotel…

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Precision Grinding Used For Dieless Glass Processing


The items all of us produce by detail farming tend to be a glass lens, generally aspherical lens regarding use in endoscopes as well as projectors. In the past, these merchandise could possibly only always…

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Awesome Top New Technology Cool Gadgets and Inventions 2015


View image | gettyimages.com My new video of all the top new inventions, awesome cool gadgets and amazing technology in 2015. Many of the creative high tech inventions and gadgets shown in this new video…

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Smartphone optical data communication technology from Panasonic


Panasonic has developed technology for using an LED as the light source so that smartphones can read optical ID signals containing various kinds of information. This new technology is many times quicker than previous systems;…

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Greaseless bearings that eliminate sliding friction


Bearings are components used to reduce friction so objects can rotate more smoothly. Bearings have a long history; their principle is even illustrated in ancient Egyptian paintings. As bearings are essential for making machinery run…

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3D Ball Mill Capable of Efficient Pulverization and Mixing with High-speed 3D Motion


Nagao System developed the 3D Ball Mill, a unique ball mill that has rotation axes along both the vertical and horizontal axes. A ball mill may be a device accustomed produce an excellent finer powder…

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Elon Musk’s Home Battery and What it Means for Green Tech


Tech innovator Elon Musk already has a string of enviable successes behind him, such as global e-payment solution PayPal and SpaceX’s launch rockets. He’s now making serious waves in the renewable energy industry by popularizing…

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Cheap solar cells made from shrimp shells


Researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have successfully created electricity-generating solar-cells with chemicals found the shells of shrimps and other crustaceans for the first time. The materials chitin and chitosan found in the…

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Monster black hole discovered at cosmic dawn


View image | gettyimages.com The discovery of the brightest quasar in the early universe, powered by the most massive black hole yet known at that time presents a puzzle to researchers: How could something so…

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Live2D Euclid animates 2D illustrations in rich 3D environments-DIginfo


Live2D’s animation technology lets users interact with 2D illustrations in 3D space. Live2D are now developing Live2D Euclid, a next generation system that can animate 2D illustrations 360-degrees, in rich 3D environments. “As a further…

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Automated packaging machine for cardboard mailing envelopes


Innami Factory has developed a new type of automated packaging machine, the Ecomailpack IF-EMP450. This machine automatically packs products into cardboard envelopes for mailing, without needing shock-absorbing material. “This machine can pack one item every…

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Robot with seven degrees of freedom


Kawasaki Heavy Industries has developed the world’s first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom. It will be used in the drug discovery and pharmaceutical fields to automate experiments which use dangerous chemicals….

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Robot system for keyhole surgery


This is a robot system for keyhole surgery, consisting of a master unit operated by the surgeon, and a slave unit that moves on the patient side. A feature of the slave robot is, it’s…

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Mars spacecraft, including MAVEN, reveal comet flyby effects on Martian atmosphere


Two NASA and one European spacecraft have gathered new information about the basic properties of a wayward comet that buzzed by Mars Oct. 19, directly detecting its effects on the Martian atmosphere. Debris from the…

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Plants return to Earth after growing in space


Researchers have just welcomed a truck carrying small containers holding more than 1,000 frozen plants that germinated and grew aboard the International Space Station. from Space & Time News — ScienceDaily http://ift.tt/1uMqNlG

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On the Trail of Proteins: Scientists electrochemically detect protein binding on semiconductors


Scientists have succeeded in electrochemically detecting protein binding on semiconductor materials for the first time, thanks to a newly developed investigative method based on differences in electrical charge. Now the physicists are working on an…

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Dark matter may be massive: Theorists


Instead of WIMPS or axions, dark matter may be made of macroscopic objects as small as a few ounces up to the size of a good asteroid, and probably as dense as a neutron star…

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Astronomers peer into galaxies’ star-forming centers


Astronomers provide data from a new instrument, offering the most precise picture yet of events 4 billion years ago at the centers of distant, dust-cloaked galaxies. from Space & Time News — ScienceDaily http://ift.tt/1pw1CSb

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2x3D lets viewers watch 2D or 3D movies on the same screen


“This system has several applications. One that’s easy to understand is multilingual viewing. For example, I’m giving this presentation in Japanese, but the pictures themselves could be in English. What’s important is that everyone looks…

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Rehabilitation support robot “R-cloud”


Associate Professor Toshiaki Tsuji’s Laboratory at Saitama University has developed R-cloud, a rehabilitation support robot that enables users to view how their own muscles move during rehabilitation and training. “This rehabilitation support robot is used…

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AR support system for constructing tensegrity structures


This is an AR support system for constructing objects with a tensegrity structure, created by the Hirasawa Lab at Chiba University. “We liked this shape a lot. But things like this are difficult to design…

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Display complex congenital heart conditions By 3D modeling system


Researchers have developed a system that can show in 3D the complicated heart structures of babies with congenital heart conditions. The pictures are easy to understand, and can be rendered quickly. “Babies can’t be put…

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Robotic hand changer enabling high-precision docking


KOSMEK has developed a robotic hand changer that can switch between robot tools automatically – and with high precision. “Our aim is to enable a single robot to be used for many purposes. With this…

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Low-cost Endoscope That Does Not Use Optical Fiber


ARS develops, designs and manufactures medical endoscopes at a reduced cost. Eyeing demand for low-cost endoscopes in emerging economies, ARS began by selling its products in India in December 2012, and ahead it aims to…

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JPL, Masten Testing New Precision Landing Software


A year after NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity’s landed on Mars, engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., are testing a sophisticated flight-control algorithm that could allow for even more precise, pinpoint landings of…

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Quantum Algorithm Could Improve Stealth Fighter Design


Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have devised a quantum algorithm for solving big linear systems of equations. Furthermore, they say the algorithm could be used to calculate complex measurements such as…

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Graphene Nanoscrolls Are Formed by Decoration of Magnetic Nanoparticles


Researchers at Umeå University, together with researchers at Uppsala University and Stockholm University, show in a new study how nitrogen doped graphene can be rolled into perfect Archimedean nano scrolls by adhering magnetic iron oxide…

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Superconductor Created from Solvent Latest Discovery


A study led by Washington State University researchers has turned a fairly common non-metallic solvent into a superconductor capable of transmitting electrical current with none of the resistance seen in conventional conductors. “It is an…

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How Technology Helps the Construction Industry Moving Forward


A couple of decades ago, construction engineers, architects and project managers relied on paperwork and fully manual processes in their businesses. Apart from being a lot of work, the results were not the best. Fast…

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Technology Gives Students Innovative Tools for Studying


The technological revolution infiltrates the classrooms across the country. To ensure that students are truly prepared for the outside world, the teachers must be on top of their game. Research shows that the concentration span…

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