Biojector Intradermal Drug Delivery Device: Needle-Free Flu Vaccination

We have often dreaded the sight of the needle at the doctor’s dispensary, may it be during the childhood days or as adults....

IBM’s Supercomputer BlueGene/L sets new Performance Standards

On June 22, BlueGene/L, the world’s fastest supercomputer broke its own record and set a new performance standard. The IBM machine was able to...

U.S. Department of Energy and IBM develop Roadrunner, the Fastest Supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy and IBM have announced the development of the new Roadrunner supercomputer. This is the first supercomputer which is...

New Wheelchair Controlled by Tongue Movement, to help Severely Disabled People

It’s a known fact that eyes are the mirrors of the heart and has the ability to attimes convey what even spoken words fail...

DARPA robot prototype to do the weightlifting for marines and soldiers

The Legged Squad Support System or LS3, is the latest DARPA robot prototype that’s built to provide marines and soldiers some much-needed assistance when...

Chinese Blond Female Humanoid Robot unveiled

China displayed their robots at a robot show in early October. One of the biggest highlights of the show were the highly human-like...

Boeing X48B Blended Wing Body Research Aircraft takes its First Flight...

On July 20, the innovative looking Boeing Blended Wing Body (BWB) research aircraft, the X-48B flew for the first time at NASA’s Dryden Flight...

US Scientists Develop Software for Managing Disasters

U.S. Government scientists have developed a software for managing collection, visualization, and analysis of environmental sampling data. The Sandia National Laboratory's software system,...

Olympus tests mobile Eye-Trek, an HMD-based Information Service for Pedestrians

Walking on the streets could soon become a lot better. Olympus along with Future Creation Laboratory and Human Media Lab is in the...

Greenopia for the lazy gardener gets more than Rs 9 lakh...

For those who absolutely must have a pot plant but cannot be troubled to water it regularly for whatever reason, there's Greenopia on 'Indian...

NASA uses Mexican Sinkhole to test DEPTHX robot

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has found out a unique way to test the DEPTHX robot, which is being developed to find...

Philips plans on Blood-pressure-sensing Underpants

With blood pressure and heart attack fears on the rise, medical science gets alert and invents the latest devices which can combat these...

Saturn’s G-Ring Mystery solved, claims US Scientists

US scientists have claimed that they have made a significant move forward in understanding the dynamics of Saturn’s beautiful yet mysterious rings. In...

Epson Creates A6-Size Electronic Paper with World’s Highest Resolution by Plastic...

Seiko Epson Corp. has developed A6-size (7.1 inches on the diagonal) electronic paper using a plastic substrate. On the lines of Epson's original...

Security Risks arise as Researchers Hack into Pacemakers

If you thought that hacking is only limited to computers and gizmos, then think again. A startling new study concludes that a patient’s information...

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