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Jun 27
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 27th Jun 2014
As our population grows, more and more people are using up this limited resource. Therefore, it is important that we use our water wisely and not waste it.Did you know that less than 1% of all the water on Earth can be used by people? The rest is salt water (the kind you find in the ocean) or is permanently frozen and we can't drink it, wash wi
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May 29
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 29th May 2014
Google’s co-founder Sergey Brin announced at theCode Conference today that the company has built a number of prototype self-driving cars from scratch. Google’s prototype cars don’t need a human to intervene at all — which means there isn’t a steering wheel, accelerator pedal or brake pedal.
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Apr 30
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 30th Apr 2014
JERUSALEM: An Israeli company has developed a new and inexpensive technology that produces drinking water from thin air a method that can address the problem of water scarcity in developing countries such as India.  Using the technology, a litre of water can be produced for a mere Rs 1.50, as compared to Rs 15 for a litre of bottled water,
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Apr 10
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 10th Apr 2014
A confounding computer bug called Heartbleed is causing major security headaches across the Internet as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether they should change their passwords to prevent theft of their email accounts, credit card numbers and other sensitive information. The breakdown revealed this week affects a wi
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Mar 27
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 27th Mar 2014
24th February 2014, Mobile World Congress, Barcelona – Sony Mobile Communications (“Sony Mobile”) today set a new standard in tablet innovation with the Xperia Z2 Tablet – the world’s slimmest and lightest waterproof tablet with Sony’s best ever entertainment experience. “The Xperia Z
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Mar 25
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 25th Mar 2014
Self-confessed ‘data geek’ Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson shared her secrets to success at the MRS Conference. As a child, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson’s grandfather offered her some words of wisdom that have stuck with her ever since: “Aim high, even if you hit a cabbage.” 11 gold, four silver and one bronze Paralymp
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Mar 05
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 05th Mar 2014
WASHINGTON: Nasa is plotting a daring robotic mission to Jupiter's watery moon Europa, a place where astronomers speculate there might be some form of life.  The space agency set aside $15 million in its 2015 budget proposal to start planning some kind of mission to Europa. No details have been decided yet, but Nasa chief financial offi
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Jan 16
Posted By :info@iraj.in on 16th Jan 2014
I would like to appreciate to works done by Institute of Research and Journals(IRAJ).I have attended two conference held at Pune and Hyderabad last year. Where many professors and delegates were present around 20 papers were presented and many papers on cloud computing and Computer Science Engineering. The quality of papers were very good .I would
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Dec 19
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 19th Dec 2013
Researchers at the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) and the firm Luz WaveLabs are developing an innovative Terahertz generator that improves signal quality by one million times as compared to the best device of this kind currently on the market; it will allow this technology to be applied in the areas of biomedicine, transportation safety, i
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Dec 13
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 13th Dec 2013
If you can't remember all your passwords, take heart: hardware tokens that can't be cloned will soon offer secure access to your digital life WE ARE hopeless at computer security: "password" and "123456" are still the most common passwords, despite being trivial for anyone to guess. Many of us use the same l
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Nov 22
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 22nd Nov 2013
For all the promise of graphene as a material for next-generation electronics and quantum computing, scientists still don't know enough about this high-performance conductor to effectively control an electric current. Graphene, a one-atom-thick layer of carbon, conducts electricity so efficiently that the electrons are difficult to control.
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Nov 18
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 18th Nov 2013
Researchers have made the first battery electrode that heals itself, opening a new and potentially commercially viable path for making the next generation of lithium ion batteries for electric cars, cell phones and other devices. The secret is a stretchy polymer that coats the electrode, binds it together and spontaneously heals tiny cracks that de
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Nov 09
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 09th Nov 2013
Missions to space require “warm” boxes, which protect electronic circuitry from extreme temperatures and exposure to radiation. Electrical engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have designed and successfully tested an electronic micro amplifier that can operate directly in the space environment without protection from a
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Nov 08
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 08th Nov 2013
Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering have designed a power-harvesting device with efficiency similar to that of modern solar panels. The device wirelessly converts the microwave signal to direct current voltage capable of recharging a cell
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Nov 06
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 06th Nov 2013
Researchers from Georgia Tech, the University of Tokyo and Microsoft Research have developed a novel method to rapidly and cheaply make electrical circuits by printing them with commodity inkjet printers and off-the-shelf materials. For about $300 in equipment costs, anyone can produce working electrical circuits in the 60 seconds it takes to print
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Nov 05
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 05th Nov 2013
From supersensitive detections of magnetic fields to quantum information processing, the key to a number of highly promising advanced technologies may lie in one of the most common defects in diamonds. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC) Berkeley have taken an important step
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Nov 04
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 04th Nov 2013
It doesn't take a Watson to realize that even the world's best supercomputers are staggeringly inefficient and energy-intensive machines. Our brains have upwards of 86 billion neurons, connected by synapses that not only complete myriad logic circuits; they continuously adapt to stimuli, strengthening some connections while weakening oth
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Nov 02
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 02nd Nov 2013
Columbia Engineering researchers have experimentally demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to electrically contact an atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) material only along its one-dimensional (1D) edge, rather than contacting it from the top, which has been the conventional approach. With this new contact architecture, they have de
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Oct 30
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 30th Oct 2013
Graphene may command the lion's share of attention but it is not the only material generating buzz in the electronics world. Vanadium dioxide is one of the few known materials that acts like an insulator at low temperatures but like a metal at warmer temperatures starting around 67 degrees Celsius. This temperature-driven metal-insulator transi
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Oct 28
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 28th Oct 2013
The ability to shrink laboratory-scale processes to automated chip-sized systems would revolutionize biotechnology and medicine. For example, inexpensive and highly portable devices that process blood samples to detect biological agents such as anthrax are needed by the U.S. military and for homeland security efforts. One of the challenges of "
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Oct 27
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 27th Oct 2013
In remote regions of the world where electricity is hard to come by and scientific instruments are even scarcer, conducting medical tests at a doctor's office or medical lab is rarely an option. Scientists are now reporting progress toward an inexpensive point-of-care, paper-based device to fill that void with no electronics required. Their stu
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Oct 22
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 22nd Oct 2013
Topology -- the understanding of how things are connected -- remains abstract, even with the popular example of doughnuts and coffee cups. This concept, esoteric as it appears, is also neat because it is the basis for creating ultrastable quantum "playgrounds." In topological systems, certain quantum behaviors can be carefully probed and
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Oct 16
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 16th Oct 2013
A trio of researchers at North Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota have turned to computer modeling to help decide which of two competing materials should get its day in the sun as the nanoscale energy-harvesting technology of future solar panels -- quantum dots or nanowires. Andrei Kryjevski and his colleagues, Dimitri Ki
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Oct 16
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 16th Oct 2013
A recent study led by researchers of the ICFO (Institute of Photonic Sciences) demonstrates that a single nano-diamond can be operated as an ultrafast single-emitter optical switch operating at room temperature. The scientific results of this study have been published in Nature Physics. Electronic transistors have become a key component
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Oct 10
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 10th Oct 2013
Ever since the Bronze Age, metals have been cast in different shapes for different applications. Smooth surfaces that are resistant to corrosion are crucial for many of the present-day uses of cast metals, ranging from bio-implants to automotive parts. Yingchun Guan, from the A*STAR Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) and her
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Oct 10
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 10th Oct 2013
The use of graphene as a transparent conducting film has been hotly pursuedof late, in large part because it offers a potentially cheaper alternative to indium tin oxide (ITO) where a bottleneck of supply seems to be looming. It has not been clear whether photovoltaic manufacturers have taken any interest in graphene as an alterna
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Oct 09
Posted By :sm.itresearch@gmail.com on 09th Oct 2013
Printed Electronics: A Multi-Touch Sensor Customizable With Scissors If a pair of long pants is too long, it is cut to length. A board that does not fit into a bookcase is sawed to the right length. People often customize the size and shape of materials like textiles and wood without turning to specialists like tailors or carpenters. In the futu
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Oct 02
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 02nd Oct 2013
In an advance that could dramatically shrink particle accelerators for science and medicine, researchers used a laser to accelerate electrons at a rate 10 times higher than conventional technology in a nanostructured glass chip smaller than a grain of rice. The achievement was reported today inNature by a team including scientists from the
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Sep 20
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 20th Sep 2013
Electronic Tool Helps Reduce Deaths from Pneumonia in Emergency Departments   An electronic decision support tool helped to reduce deaths from pneumonia in four hospital emergency departments in a new study. The findings, which will be presented at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) Annual Congress in Barcelona tomorrow (11 Septem
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Sep 11
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 11th Sep 2013
University of Washington engineers have created a new wireless communication system that allows devices to interact with each other without relying on batteries or wires for power. The new communication technique, which the researchers call "ambient backscatter," takes advantage of the TV and cellular transmissions that already surroun
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Sep 06
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 06th Sep 2013
Supple Skin: Built on plastic the new electronic skin contains arrays of pressure sensors, thin-film transistors, and organic LEDs. A team of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, has developed the first user-interactive “electronic skin” that responds to pressure by  instantly emitting light.
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Sep 06
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 06th Sep 2013
Huang, who comes from humble roots as the son of farmers in rural China, has invented a new transistor that uses a compound material known as gallium nitride (GaN), which has remarkable material properties. The new GaN transistor could reduce the power consumption and improve the efficiency of power  electronics systems in everything from moto
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Sep 06
Posted By :Blog@iraj.in on 06th Sep 2013
                   If you thought the concept of medically-injectable microchips was  something out of a science fiction novel, think again. A cohort of scientists from universities the world over has developed a new type of implantable microchip capable of performing various pre-programmed fun
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Aug 07
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 07th Aug 2013
South Korea has rolled out the world’s first road-powered electric vehicle network. The network consists of special roads that have electrical cables buried just below the surface, which wirelessly transfer energy to electric vehicles via magnetic resonance. Road-powered electric vehicles are exciting because they only require small batteries
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Aug 04
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 04th Aug 2013
  In a classical (or conventional) computer, information is stored as bits; in a quantum computer, it is stored as qubits (quantum bits). The basic principle of quantum computation is that the quantum properties can be used to represent and structure data, and that quantum mechanisms can be devised and built to perform operations with th
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Aug 04
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 04th Aug 2013
Traveling to remote locations sometimes involves navigating through stop-and-go traffic, traversing long stretches of highway and maneuvering sharp turns and steep hills. The same can be said for guiding spacecraft to far-flung destinations in space. It isn't always a straight shot. NASA technologist has developed a fully automated tool that
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Aug 03
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 03rd Aug 2013
A research team in the National University of Singapore (NUS), led by an Indian-origin scientist, has found that fruit peels can be used for water purification, something that can help millions of people across the world without access to clean drinking water. The team, led by Ramakrishna Mallampati, found that tomato and apple peels act like a
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Aug 03
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 03rd Aug 2013
India is among countries that will be most seriously hit by climate change and technological innovation was needed to cut carbon emissions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Friday. Speaking at the inauguration of two Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) projects here, Manmohan Singh said: "Today, climate change has become an urgent concern
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Aug 03
Posted By :blog@iraj.in on 03rd Aug 2013
Iran, with a little help from China, is putting together its own closed version of the Internet to keep its citizens from viewing material it considers unsuitable. Experts say the project is struggling and unlikely to work.   The project, begun a few years ago, is driven by concerns over national security as well as censorship, according to&
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