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  • Micro robot for surgery
    a micro robot can be injected into the body through a syringe that will be used by physicians to analyze health conditions, administer drugs, or perform surgery in very small areas.
  • Japan develops avatar robot as in fiction film
    accordingly, the third generation of japanese robot can remotely distance up to nearly 10km with 5g connection.
  • What is Artificial Intelligence? What is AI (artificial intelligence)?
    artificial intelligence (ai) can be defined as a branch of computer science that involves the automation of intelligent behavior.
  • Automotive brake materials are made from scrap yard dates
    scientists from the university of portsmouth and cambridge have successfully developed a new biomedical material from date biomass, said phys.
  • How does solar cell work?
    solar batteries (solar cells / photovoltaic batteries) are devices that directly convert sunlight energy (solar energy) into electrical energy (electricity) based on the photoelectric effect.
  • The US military develops laser weapons that can burn targets from a distance
    according to the original disclosure, this special weapon was designed with unique laser systems never before.
  • US spends $ 7m to develop a skeleton to help soldiers become 'super warriors'
    combined with special sensors and artificial intelligence, the us military's future support framework will allow soldiers to carry heavy weapons and increase their durability with difficult terrain.
  • $ 114 million windmill
    the wind motion green boat concept is highly valued for its eco-friendliness when it comes to using 100% clean energy.
  • Singapore produces super light materials from plastic waste
    singapore researchers are filing a patent application for a new lightweight, heat-resistant, lightweight material made from recycled plastic.
  • Turn desert air into drinking water in a completely new way
    a new prototype device, developed at king abdullah university of science and technology (kaust) in saudi arabia, can absorb water vapor and then release liquid water as required.
  • Origin of material ... thicker when stretched
    commonly, when we stretch everything, they become thinner. however, this is not always true; some things, like cats' skin, have 'auxetic' stretching properties.
  • Argentina develops clean energy
    in argentina, an engineer is seeking to develop alternative energy technologies from soybeans, to assist farmers in the event that fuel prices continue to climb.
  • Screen on paper
    animated screen images such as composite paper in newspapers and magazines can mark a new revolution in release and information.
  • Nano-bombs destroy cancer
    researchers at the university of delaware are taking a new step in the fight against cancer - a new technology for detecting and treating cancer, the 'nano' bombs that can explode. breast cancer tumor.
  • Microchannel virus tests
    stmicroelectronics corp. today announced that it has successfully developed a microchip capable of detecting viruses and germs accurately and quickly. the ability of the microchip to test is very large, generally all types of diseases are c & o
  • Biometric ATMs
    no need for a card and pin when using an account holder's atm, just press your finger on the screen and receive money from the machine. currently colombia and chile are two of the few countries in the world where banks apply sine technology
  • Car office
    ford motor company (us) has introduced a small f-250 super duty truck
  • Beverages combined with beer and coffee
    a half-beverage, half-brewed beverage will quickly appear on your menu. nestec, a swiss-based nestle company, has created a fermented beverage that is as bubbly as beer, but has a distinctive cafe.
  • Boats are powered by sunflower oil!
    italian farmers have made the world's first motorboat run on sunflower oil - a type
  • Direct speech translation technology
    us and european scientists have unveiled a technology that directly translates words from one language to another. the technology and other translation technologies were first introduced at carnegie me college
  • Cheap solar cells are about to be mass produced
    the first low-cost solar cells made from synthetic resin will be marketed after 5 years. it is the latest announcement by scientists - who are vying for increasingly fierce in this area.
  • The first molecule in the world goes on two legs
    the scientists created a molecule that walked on its legs when it felt hot or when laced with the tip of a scanning microscope.
  • Filtration technology in 0.5 seconds
    a japanese company has developed a technology that transmits a 2-hour film in 0.5 seconds - the fastest speed ever achieved with fiber optic cable in the field.
  • 'Loa' helps the deaf hear the music
    scientists have invented a device to help the deaf
  • Robot surgery in space
    small robots designed by scientists at the university of nebraska allow physicians on earth to help perform surgery for patients in space.
  • The idea of ​​dike of an amateur author
    when the storm no. 7 devastated the dikes of nam dinh, thai binh ..., mr. chu le thang, owner of construction materials dealer in thach ban, long bien, hanoi sent a bloody letter to the prime minister. presenting a wave breaking initiative
  • Concrete 'penetrating' scanner
    uk scientists are developing an ultrasound scanning technology, not just for the permission
  • Cars produce energy themselves
    an israeli company has invented a unique vehicle capable of producing energy by a unique system: the system produces hydrogen right inside the car by using conventional metals like aluminum. and magnesium.
  • Will the invention happen to stop the fate of the lights?
    imagine a street corner brightly lit, but not from the current long, twisted or round shadows, but from the sidewalk table, from the wall or even on the fork.
  • 'Reconstructing' the storm with suction material
    dyn-o-mat, a florida-based company, claims to have successfully manufactured the dyn-o-gel, a polymer that can draw water up to 1,500 times its weight.