• New fingerprinting method New fingerprinting method
    researchers in the uk have revealed new methods whereby fingerprints can be found that change with age, smoking habits, drug use and even one.
  • Vibration reduction device for suspension bridge Vibration reduction device for suspension bridge
    in order to serve the construction of cable-stayed bridges designed by vietnam in the future, experts from the institute of mechanics (vietnam academy of science and technology) have successfully fabricated and tested devices to reduce fluctuations harmful to this type of bridge. .
  • New German fermentation technology New German fermentation technology
    after 30 years of research, the german beer expert axel heiliger has found a new way of fermenting, which saves time and money. heiliger's technique allows yeast to make
  • Two finger micro 'robots' Two finger micro 'robots'
    two micro-fingered fingers are the subject of study by huynh nhat nam (photo), 25, phd student at wollongong university, australia, recently reported at the international conference on control science, held in turkey march 2006.
  • Surgical corpses without a scalpel Surgical corpses without a scalpel
    a technique that incorporates a method of visual display using magnetic resonance and a scanner method so far that is still applicable to living people, applied to surgical corpses without an autopsy.
  • China: Master the technology of Maglev China: Master the technology of Maglev
    the maglev maglev, the world's first magnet train - is a special type of vessel without wheels that is raised by magnetic force and driven by magnetic force - magnetic magnetic levitation).
  • Build human parts with ... printers! Build human parts with ... printers!
    thanks to a printer, spray ... cell on a biological paper, it is soon possible to create the kind of mechanism as desired. this us research project opens a promising prospect.
  • Teaching students to give birth by robot robot pregnancy Teaching students to give birth by robot robot pregnancy
    noelle was born in afghanistan, california and dozens of places between the two places. she is a lifelike, lifelike robot that is being used more and more in medical schools and hospital departments.
  • Japan: Fuel Cell Train Test Japan: Fuel Cell Train Test
    one of japan's biggest railway companies said it plans to test a new type of fuel cell vehicle in july. at the same time, this is also the upcoming goal of the automobile manufacturers to ensure efficient transport routes and environmental 'charger
  • Waterchlo - salt water disinfection equipment Waterchlo - salt water disinfection equipment
    at small water supply stations in many places, water is disinfected with chlorine or liquid. this traditional way does not control the concentration, and can cause harmful residual chlorine to users. center for public development n
  • Emergesat, a humanitarian support device for everyone Emergesat, a humanitarian support device for everyone
    'emergesat is a tool that allows the establishment of information in a crisis situation' - ms. nicole guedj, french secretary of state for victim rights. by using information from satellites, the device will notify teams c
  • The smallest smiley in the world The smallest smiley in the world
    scientists at the california institute of technology have succeeded in creating the world's smallest, smallest smiley, in nanoseconds - just a few thousandths of the smallest filament diameter.
  • The robot cat explores the planet The robot cat explores the planet
    in the laboratories of the artificial intelligence research center (dfki), scientists in bremen, germany, are working on the invention of a four-legged robot called the 'dutch forschungzentrum fur kunstliche interlligenz'. under the fish
  • China: Production of dimethyl ether instead of diesel China: Production of dimethyl ether instead of diesel
    shanghai, china chemical and coal company, said it plans to produce a fuel called dimethyl ether. this new fuel replaces diesel and serves as a bus fuel. the use of this fuel is possible
  • Rescue people by snake robots Rescue people by snake robots
    for most people, snakes seem unpalatable and even threatening. but howie choset saw in her soft movements a way to save people.
  • Color change fabric Color change fabric
    researchers at the university of connecticut in the united states are studying the fabrication of colors that suit the mood or the surrounding environment. yarn dyed fabrics made of polymer can change color when the current passes through.
  • Air purifier for water Air purifier for water
    the machine draws moisture from the outside air and turns it into water. for 1 kw of electricity it produces 4 liters of water. the machine produces water that is sweeter than tap water or mineral water. these samples were tested at ho chi minh city pasteur institute and center
  • New earthquake resistant method New earthquake resistant method
    according to professor mikhail savi, phd, mathematician of the russian academy of sciences, seismologists have learned how to mitigate catastrophic earthquakes: whirlpool
  • Planting vegetables without soil Planting vegetables without soil
    growing vegetables without soil is the subject of science and technology at the state level kc.07.20 by associate professor, dr. ho huu an and colleagues in the field of fruits and vegetables, agricultural university of agriculture i hanoi.
  • Robot controlled by living cells Robot controlled by living cells
    for the first time, the live robot works by dr. klause peter johner of sauthampton university has been launched. these are fungi that grow on mold, sensitive to light, and are grown for the purpose

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