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Human Hibernation Has Become A Popular Research Subject In Various Fields Of Studies - 04/17/2015

Researchers, biologists, astronauts, and physicians are all attempting in their own fields to achieve the seemingly impossible feat of human hibernation. Eric Niiler brings together various works in these above mentioned fields to put forth their findings. Thestrategist.media – 15 April 2015 – According to bendbulletin.com, Eric Niiler writes in The Washington Post about whether human hibernation...

Smart Green Explorers Wheel To Provide A Common Platform To Foreign Investors And Local Innovators - 04/14/2015

Green Innovation is not about incorporating green powers to old technology systems. It is a new culture, a new way of thinking, which incorporates creativity and technology to solve any problem. Mexico is becoming the future hub of green energy production which will have to involve local participation and foreign capital. The “Smart Green Explorers Wheel” is the way to meet this challenge....

Designer Babies: Controversial Research May One Day be Used to Alter the DNA of Entire Families - 04/13/2015

Chinese scientists managed to make a change in the DNA of the embryo so that the changes become inherited. Is it the era of genetic design? Prior to that, nobody has been able to artificially replace one region of the genome to another - there was no such precision technology. If scientists did it, still such results were not passed on from one generation to another. But researchers in China have...

Want to Cook Your Lunch? – Pickup Your Smartphone To Switch On The Smart Stove Knob - 04/10/2015

Meld’s smart stove knob would cook with a precision even if you are not around. The Meld app operates the smart knob which can be controlled through your smartphone. Seattle – 09 April 2015 – Aaron Tilley, a staff of Forbes, writes about a new “Smart Stove Knob” which can be controlled by a smart phone.   In the 21st century with the arrival of automatically driven cars to remote...

Facebook unveils new Messenger website - 04/08/2015

California-based social media company Facebook is putting more emphasis on its Messenger and has now launched a standalone service intended for web browsers. The new site will not have any other standard Facebook features and could be used to chat or make video calls to your Facebook friends through a Facebook sign-in. The company has no plans to move out Messenger service from its main...

Google to Beat Senility - 04/08/2015

Calico company's management, owned by Google Corporation, today announced a collaboration with pharmaceutical giant Chicago AbbVie. Such a partnership is a part of a program in which in the near future it is planned to develop and bring to market a new type of drugs against diseases typical of old age. It seems that management plans of Caliso and Google is slowly but surely are beginning to be...

Japan: Hight Tech Saves the World - 04/07/2015

Japanese high-tech is not just for entertainment. An amphibious aircraft, the pride of its constructors, annually saves dozens of lives around the archipelago. Shinmaywa is an amphibious aircraft used by the naval forces of self-defense of Japan. It is the only aircraft able to land on water and fly up at very short distances from 280 to 330 meters. It can penetrate into gorges height of only 3...

Away But Never Far From Home: Smart Homes Controlled By Smart Phones Have Hit The Market - 04/06/2015

NAHB has launched its new smart homes, in Vegas, which are environmental friendly and yet incorporates cutting edge technologies. Keeping in line with the modern lifestyle, the said houses can be operated through respective smart phones. Las Vegas – 06 April 2015 – The work of the National Association of Home Builders, shortly called NAHB, who has been constructing premium house in the country,...

LHC restarts after two year of renovation - 04/05/2015

World’s largest and most powerful particle collider, Large Hadron Collider has restarted with protons now circling the machine's 27km tunnel for the first time since 2013. The collider, which was temporarily shut down is now allowing particle beams to travel in both directions inside parallel pipes at a speed just a notch below that of light. But actual collisions will not begin for at least...

Airframe Parachutes To Prevent Aerial Accidents Along With Hijacking Threats - 04/05/2015

Boris Popov announces his future plans of commercialising airframe parachutes. The pioneering figure also states that parachutes are going to be standardised operational aspects in the near future as a safety measure to the growing air traffic. Germany – 06 April 2015 – The contributor of Forbes, Mr. Bruce Dominey, reports that last week’s catastrophic crash of German aircraft A320 could have...
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