Science & Technology
PTI, Monday, 7th March 2016
Washington: Scientists have developed a new flexible, stretchable and tunable 'meta-skin' that can protect objects from radar detection, and may help develop next generation of stealth aircraft or even invisibility cloaks.
Hyderabad: A city-based organisation Hyderabad Science Society (HSS) has developed prototype of a robot, which can help in finding victims trapped under debris after earthquakes or building-collapse incidents. ... Read More >>
Washington: Scientists have used a focused beam of electrons to create some of the smallest nanowires ever made, an advance that paves the way for flexible, paper-thin tablets and television displays. Junhao Lin, a Vanderbilt University student and visiting scientist at Oak Ridge National Laborato... Read More >>
Smartphone users in the country are among the biggest consumers of data globally, spending over three hours on an average on their devices, a study by telecom equipment maker Ericsson yesterday said. ... Read More >>
Washington: A former MIT scientist has developed a slippery and odourless coating that can help you squeeze out every last drop of ketchup from the bottle. ... Read More >>