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Protective Protein Guarding DNA Makes Tardigrades Indestructible: An Offbeat Genetic Constitution

Protective Protein Guarding DNA Makes Tardigrades Indestructible: An Offbeat Genetic Constitution

Tardigrades are water dwelling, eight legged microscopic organisms, also known as the water bears, are one of the most resilient organism (extremophile)…

Evolutionary Edge for Male-Male Pairing: Homosexual Termite

According to a latest research conducted at Kyoto University, lone…

Polarized Vision does not Beat Camouflage: Marine Visual Detection Model

Animal camouflage is a very common technique. And when it…

Futuretech Tonics

Spherical Solar Cells Boost Up Solar Energy Harvesting

Spherical Solar Cells Boost Up Solar Energy Harvesting

Flat solar panels dominate the world market when it comes to capture solar energy directly from the Sun. However, the flat design…

Health Tonics

Can you be allergic to water: Aquagenic Urticaria

Can you be allergic to water: Aquagenic Urticaria

Earth is a watery planet, in fact, water covers nearly 71 percent of our planet. It exists in our atmospheric air as…

Molecules That Could Delay Aging Discovered: Achieving Healthy Longevity

With ageing come problems like sagging skin, brittle bones, hearing…

3D Bioprinting Would Help Bones Regenerate Without Using Grafts: Printing Prosthetics

Dublin based research team has successfully developed a procedure of…

Interview Tonics

Interview: Robert Cheek, Head of Business Dev at UVify, San Jose, CA

Interview: Robert Cheek, Head of Business Dev at UVify, San Jose, CA

Recently, we got the pleasure of having a virtual meet up with Drone and AI startup UVify’s, Head of Business Development, Robert…

Interview: Massimo Battaglia, Founder at GivingShape Design Studio, Italy

Massimo Battaglia is a product designer running his firm called…

Interview: Antony Gibbon, Founder at Antonygibbondesigns Studio, UK

Antony Gibbon is one of those inspiring and innovative designers…

Robo Tonics

Xenobot: AI is Pushing the Best Way to Construct Itself

Xenobot: AI is Pushing the Best Way to Construct Itself

Scientists at the University of Vermont, have created a new class of artifact, called xenobots. They have used frog’s stem cells to…

Robot for Marine Salvage at Dubai (w/Video): Robotic Beach Lifeguard Technology

Emily – a remote controlled robotic lifeguard will be soon…

Muscles Powered Biohybrid Devices: Robotics with Tissue Engineering

Let’s picture the word, “Robot”, immediately, we get a glimpse…

Microbeads To Deliver Medicines in the Body: Microswimmer Robots (w/Video)

With the advancement in the medical field, scientists are trying…

Space Tonics

Starlink: The sole charge of IoT in 2020 and beyond

Starlink: The sole charge of IoT in 2020 and beyond

Our devices might never go out of internet coverage area. Musk plans to provide global internet connection to everyone and anywhere in…

Io’s Atmosphere Is Daily Collapsing And Repairing: The Jupiter System

Documenting atmospheric changes in eclipse on Io, the innermost of…

Center of Our Galaxy is Devoid of Stellar Populations: Cepheid Desert

Recent research lead by Prof Noriyuki Matsunaga and his team…

Saturn’s Rings Bending at the Limb: Image captured by Cassini Spacecraft

The rings around Saturn appear to be wrapped around the…

Thinking Turf

Book Review: Open An Autobiography by Andre Agassi

Book Review: Open An Autobiography by Andre Agassi

J.R. Moehringer did a fantastic job in writing Andre Agassi’s ‘autobiography’, Open: An Autobiography. He gave his best shot again right after…

Book Review: The Yoga of Time Travel by Fred Alan Wolf

This weekend I finished reading one of the most remarkable…

Book Review: Catch 22 by Joseph Heller

Catch 22 is an American post-war novel written by Joseph…