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Scientists achieve a record 1.84 Petabit/s of data transfer over single fiber optic cable

The demand for broadband communication services has soared in the past 5 years. So, data engineers, and infrastructure are always looking out for new...
Cancer Detection App

Smartphone app may soon diagnose cancer by human voice

Scientists from twelve different research institutes are collaborating to develop an app that can detect chronic health conditions. The app will search for clues...
AI based X-ray scanning

Scientists find a new way to scan explosives with 100% efficiency

Researchers at University College London have discovered a method for detecting illegal and dangerous things, such as explosives, with 100% efficiency. The scientists used...
CATL - Sodium ion battery

Sodium-ion batteries could be the next breakthrough for EVs

Lithium-ion batteries have emerged as the industry standard for all electronic devices, including electric vehicles (EVs). They have been in dominance for a long...
Multi-tasking wearable prototype tracks several health stats at once

Researcher develop tiny wearable to monitor multiple health stats

Scientists at the UC San Diego Center for Wearable Sensors have developed a multi-tasking microneedle wearable that can continuously monitor blood sugar levels, alcohol...
IQ in children who game

Are video games better than TV and social media for children’s IQ?

Many parents are worried about their children gaming too much. Besides, they also worry about the effects of gaming on their children's mental growth....
2DPA-1 Polymer MIT Researchers

MIT researchers create a polymer stronger than steel but lighter than plastic

Researchers from MIT have recently invented a lightweight polymer that is tougher than steel but also light as plastic. Dubbed as a 2DPA-1 polymer,...
Lithium-ion batteries Fluoroborate salt

EVs could get a lot safer in the future with the new lithium-ion batteries

Lithium-ion is the dominant battery type in portable devices such as phones, tablets, and computers. Electric vehicles, on the other hand, share a different...
sweat-powered battery for smart wearable body temperature sensors

This sweat-powered battery will fuel the wearable devices of the future

Smart wearables are rising in popularity. To make them truly smart, scientists are working on alternative energy sources to power them. Scientists have now...
Sweat-powered energy generating wearable features availability working mechanism

This tiny wearable strip can turn your sweat into electricity!

Researchers at the University of California have developed a tiny sweat-powered wearable device that can use the sweat of the wearer to produce electricity....