Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes a cough with mucus, wheezing, shortness of breath or chest tightness, all of which make breathing difficult. […]
Artificial cells can be controlled by its function and hence it can be considered as one of the supreme models for biological research and its application as a substitute for natural cells or tissue or organ. Researchers of Imperial College London and Loughborough University have used Lasers to arrange the cells and have got […]
The Internet of Things (IIoT), which is a combination of sensors and communication technology and is transforming companies and countries and is gaining tremendous popularity, opening a new era of economic growth and competitiveness. The intersection of people, data and intelligent machines have far-reaching impacts that help boost revenues by increasing production, exploit intelligent technologies to fuel innovation and complete work-force transformation.
The detailed study by MIT researchers revealed that unknotting the DNA Knots will help in the accuracy of genome sequencing.
It’s common immunological understanding that antibodies act as a defense against microbial pathogens. By the recent findings, it is seen that some bacteria wrap itself around the most abundant antibodies present in the human body and these coated bacteria stick to the mucosa of a gut and become part of the microbiome.
MIT neuroscientists have invented a new MRI sensor that enables them to monitor neural activity deep within the brain by tracking calcium ions. The lead authors of the study which appears in the April 30 issue of Nature Nanotechnology, are MIT research associates, Satoshi Okada and Benjamin Bartelle.
In a business process life cycle, women often contribute as end users, but their innovative potential is seldom utilized. When asked in any forum, who are the most famous innovators and entrepreneurs, it’s not surprising to know that people often carry prejudiced mindset towards famous men in the business. […]
People typically can’t make eye contact while video chatting because the camera isn’t mounted directly in a screen. If the patent is used to apply to AR Emoji, people could be looking at avatars through video chat instead of at each other directly giving out user’s actual likeness, facial expressions, and motion in […]
In an application published by the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Mastercard has filed a patent for a Blockchain system to store and verify identity data. The company has filed an absorbing patent that would make use of the tech in a bid to avert identity theft.