Submitted by Karan Gosal on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 12:27
Researchers say that they have understood the reason behind the bubbles that emerges out in the bottle containing beer when it is hit gently.
Researchers, from Carlos III University in Madrid, Spain and Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut Jean le Rond d'Alembert, France, have studied the above reason by looking into the phenomenon of cavitation.
Submitted by Joseph Gibson on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 12:25
According to a latest report, researchers are trying their level best to plant a digital seed for artificial intelligence in the computers. This is being done by researchers as they want that an enormous computer system should be able to browse millions of pictures on its own.
According to sources, the scientists are also willing to make the computer capable to decide the meaning of all the browsed pictures on its own.
This system, at Carnegie Mellon University, is named as NEIL. The abbreviation of NIEL is Never Ending Image Learning, according to the researchers.
Submitted by Mariela Koleva on Thu, 11/21/2013 - 11:57
Scientists from the Department of Radiology at Charité Campus Mitte in Berlin have again created dinosaur fossils from blueprints. These blueprints are made with the help of computed tomography or CT scans. This has been done for the very first time by the scientists, reveals Live Science.
Submitted by Joseph Gibson on Mon, 11/18/2013 - 12:22
According to a latest report, researchers from Standford University and Tsinghua University in Beijing have recently come up with a new battery technology which will make sure that lithiated silicon resources inside the batteries are able to hold electrons for a longer period.
Thanks to these researchers as the replacement of the Lithium ion batteries, which are mostly used in the mobile phones, will be delayed now.
According to sources, silicon has been used in batteries in order to allow them to hold more electrons as compared to oxides.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 12:16
Researchers after inspiring with the shape of stingrays, decided to create submarines that are faster and energy efficient. Researchers from the University of Buffalo said that their new submarines based on the shape of stingrays can even support in rescue missions.
Richard Bottom, a UB mechanical engineering graduate student participating in the research, said that all the fish wave their tails to and fro to swim. But, this stingray's swims in a very much unique manner like a flag in the winds.
Submitted by Joseph Gibson on Thu, 11/07/2013 - 12:34
The upcoming robots in grocery store were taught the method of holding knives so as they do not frighten human customers. The responsibility of teaching these robots has been taken by Cornell University graduate student Ashesh Jain and colleagues.
As per the researchers, it is important to make out that whether it is possible for a robot like Baxter to work as a chef in a restaurant or home.