In a new development, a team of researchers at UCLA have devised a technique that expands the capabilities of fluorescence microscopy. This allows researchers to label parts of living cells and tissues precisely using dyes that illuminate under special lighting. Researchers employed artificial intelligence to convert two-dimensional images into vertical assembly of virtual three-dimensional slices. This slicing displays activities inside organisms. Not only this, the framework for the study called
David belongs to the rare generation which is a blend of old-school beliefs with smart thinking. His approach towards turning simple ideas into blockbuster success has always been his mettle. A curious mind, he has always wanted to stay abreast of everything happening around the world.
Study states that an innovative business model is set for the future. This new business model is capturing and using abundant and harmful carbon dioxide. The gas is the byproduct of almost every reaction that takes place in the world. Be it a chemical formation or a compound generation, CO2 is one of the products. Even we as humans add to the growing number of CO2 particles in the atmosphere.
The world’s biggest trade agreement Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) took place recently. The agreement witnessed participation from 15 countries including China. India, however, pulled out at the last moment. The signing of agreement is scheduled for next year. This is so to facilitate free trade between members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN. It also comprises New Zealand, Japan, Australia, and South Korea. Tariffs to Lower
Researchers at TU Vienna, IIT Kharagpur, and the Universite libre de Bruxelles have published a study stating that energy can be borrowed from the vacuum. The study points out the significance of negative energy in quantum physics. It also says that it can be taken on lease from vacuum. However, like any other bank, the energy loan has to be repaid with interest. The scientists have named this interest as