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Tough, self-healing hybrid rubber developed

Researchers from the Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) in the US created self-healing hydrogels, which rely on water to incorporate reversible bonds that can promote healing. DNA, 1 month ago

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Smartron collaborates with University of Southern California's Center for Human Applied Reasoning, IoT

Smartron announced its collaboration with University of Southern California's (USC) Center for Human Applied Reasoning & the Internet of Things (CHARIOT) to conduct research on personalized education using wearables and machine learning technologies.The ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

Flexible bio-glue for wound healing developed

Scientists have developed a super strong, flexible adhesive material inspired by the glue secreted by slugs that sticks to biological tissues - even when wet - without causing toxicity. The "tough adhesive" is biocompatible and binds to tissues with a ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

New sensor could turn any clothing into fitness tracker

Scientists have developed a soft, stretchy fabric-based sensor that may transform any piece of clothing into a Fitbit-like fitness tracker. Researchers at Harvard University in the US created a highly sensitive soft capacitive sensor made of silicone and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

NASA's reply on 9-year-old boy's handwriten job application letter was epic one

A 9-year-old boy has written an inspiring letter to US Space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) applying job 'Planetary Protection Officer'. Jack Davis from New Jersey has expressed his desire to serve for the agency's Planetary ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Now, simple device to mimic complex birdsongs

A simple device that can create complex birdsongs, including those of Zebra and Bengalese finches, has been developed by Indian-origin scientists at Harvard University. The device uses air blown through a stretched rubber tube to recreate birdsongs found in ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Future of travel: India's OrcaPod

The OrcaPod is a prototype of what comes after boats, cars, trains and planes.It's India's foray into what Tesla founder Elon Musk calls the 'fifth form of transportation' and India's only entry at the Hyperloop competition by Elon Musk's SpaceX.Nikita Puri finds out how a team of students made it so far. IMAGE: The OrcaPod unveiled.It was built by students from different parts of India at a makerspace in Bengaluru, after '1.5 years of research and design followed by 2.5 months of intense ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Wipro and Ramot at Tel Aviv University tie-up for research

Software major Wipro Limited and Ramot, the Business Engagement Centre at Tel Aviv University, today announced a partnership for joint research in emerging technologies. TAU is Israel's largest institution of higher learning which is home to over 30,000 ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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