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Prosthetic Electrodes To Restore Amputee’s Tactile Sense - 06/12/2015

The research team led by Daniel Morgan has discovered a certain “prosthetic electrode” which is apparently capable of making an amputee feel through the surface of his prosthetic device. Thestrategist.media – 10 June 2015 – Andrew Tarantola writing on engaget.com informs about “prosthetic electrodes” which could potentially change the life of any amputee.   Modern prosthetics aim at...

Anti-trust investigations against Apple Music underway - 06/10/2015

Apple Inc’s music streaming service has already ran into troubles, a week after its launch.   The attorney generals of New York and Connecticut have started to delve deep into the way Apple Music partnered with music labels to identify whether antitrust violations exist in the agreements.   The investigation will determine whether music labels were pressurized into accepting the...

‘LightSail’, A Solar Powered Spacecraft, Offers A New Dimension To The Future Of Space Exploration - 06/06/2015

The Solar Sail, launched by an organisation of Planetary-Society headed by Bill Nye, used the energy of sunlight to manoeuvre its way in the space. Thestrategist.media – 29 May 2015 – Until now, most of the spacecrafts that were launched from the earth continue to rotate in the space with the help of small rockets, namely thrusters, which are none other than “small rockets” that consume fuel to...

Cortana set to launch on Android and iOS platforms - 06/04/2015

Cross-platform selling may be the new marketing wave to strike the smartphone world. After years of duplicating or copycatting efforts by competitors only to create exclusive products that could run in one specific domain, the smartphone software industry is reckoning with the fact that consumers are still complaining of ‘not having it all’.   Microsoft, after spending millions in their...

Low-Productivity Oil Fields Might Pose a Solution for Oil Demands - 06/02/2015

IHS has researched and released a report on the discovery of many low-productivity oil fields out of North America. The potential benefits of such fields are enormous if modern technologies are used in drilling instead of purely conventional techniques. Thestrategist.media, Houston – 13 May 2014 – As per Business Wire, new analysis from IHS sheds focus on almost 41 billion barrels of undiscovered...

Navigant’s Research On Microgrids – The Solution To Many Power Problems - 06/02/2015

Navigant Research’s tracker report on Microgrid presence in the world contains well researched data encompassing all sectors of microgrid presence from segments like commercial or campus to generation capacity. The report also shows North America is the current leader in terms of microgrid numbers in the world. Thestrategist.media, Boulder, Colo – 18 May 2015 – The world off late is waking up to...

Water Tech On a High - 06/02/2015

Massachusetts has built up recognitions for inviting cutting edge and life sciences organizations. Presently, state authorities have their eyes on another promising division, water innovation, which means to extend, recover, and make water supplies to extinguish the thirst of developing population in an inexorably hotter world. The state is as of now home to a little water tech bunch of 93...

Navigant Research’s Long Term Predictions for VGI enabled PEVs - 06/02/2015

Navigant Research’s report on Vehicle Grid Integration Services focuses exclusively on the emerging market of VGI enabled PEVs and the benefits it can generate for both an industry and the owners involved. This quite new technology is a growing market and the report focuses on long term predictions up to 2024. The move towards setting up a more eco-conscious sustainable energy system has led to...

Solar Impulse 2 World Tour comes to halt at Japan - 06/02/2015

The world’s first solar-powered plane which was attempting to fly across the Pacific Ocean has taken a detour and landed in Japan following unwelcoming weather conditions.   The Solar Impulse 2 plan was flying from China to Hawaii as part of its world tour when it had to come to a stop at Nagoya in Japan. The mission was to fly for six consecutive days and nights across the Pacific Ocean...

Now Morphine Can Be Created Without Poppies - 05/31/2015

A new research publication has brought forth the last important steps of the seven year long ongoing research project attempting to turn sugar into morphine. Thestrategist.media, New York – 27 May 2015 – Donald G. McNeil Jr. reports in “New York Times News Service” about new research development on the genetic- frontiers whereby Morphine will be available without poppies.   Worldwide the...
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