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Your Phone Costs Energy
Statistics on the production of energy are fairly reliable; accurate statistics on the consumption of energy by major sectors are harder to come by; and data on the energy consumed in the production of specific goods are even less reliable. Such energy embodied in products is part of the environmental price we pay for everything we own and use.
Graphene Wristband Senses Your Blood Sugar
Scientists have unveiled a see-through wrist cuff that measures the level of glucose in the bloodstream of diabetic patients and administers a drug to lower that level if needed. It’s not yet a full-blown treatment—for one thing, the experimental version can’t provide enough of the drug to do the trick—but it should be of great use in monitoring patients.
Silicon and Graphene Combo Finally Achieve Lithium-Ion Battery Greatness
Silicon, graphene, and sometimes the two of them combined together have all been suggested as potential replacements for graphite in the electrodes of lithium-ion batteries.
MIT's Smartphone Laser Scanner
To do capable and useful things, your robot needs capable and useful sensors, which is just another way of saying that your robot needs you to spend a lot of money on it. This is really too bad, because hardware cost is enormously restrictive for robots, especially ones that are intended to be affordable by people who haven’t co-founded a robotics startup or something (I think there are a few people left who have yet to do this). In particular, distance sensors that allow your robot to detect and avoid obstacles tend to be both very useful and very expensive, but if you want one that works reliably outdoors, start saving, because they cost thousands of dollars.
The Dial-a-Drug Machine
The Human OSBiomedicalDevices The Dial-a-Drug Machine By Emily Waltz Posted 31 Mar 2016 | 18:00 GMT Photo: MIT In an engineering feat that could revolutionize the way we buy medicine, researchers have built a refrigerator-sized machine that can synthesize drugs on demand. The machine is capable of producing drugs start-to-finish—from chemical raw materials to consumable medicine—in hours. Its developers, engineers and scientists at MIT, revealed their design today in the journal Science.
congratulate TeamName from Sharif University of Technology
Among almost 2000 participant teams, Iran has been registering 21 teams from six different schools including: Sharif University of Technology, University of Tehran, Amirkabir University of Technology, Isfahan University of Technology, Alzahra University and Islamic Azad University of Yazd.
IEEE News Releases 17 march 2016
More Than Half of Survey Respondents Believe Digital Currency Is the Future; Consumers Throw Caution to the Wind on Security for Their Work and Personal Email Accounts
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TITANIC'S DISTRESS CALLS
The sinking ship’s distress calls were not received by ham radio operators in the United States, as is commonly believed, because the Titanic’s transmitter range did not extend that far. What ham radio operators did pick up was the radio traffic relayed from ship to ship, and from ship-to-shore stations.