Rohit Bhisey

Discovery of New Types of Reactions and Molecules through Chemist Robot

The use of artificial intelligence has spanned across several new and old sectors or industries. Along the same lines, scientists have also discovered ways of deploying artificial intelligence techniques to help in the discovery and synthesis of molecules and reactions. The researchers an chemists at the University of Glasgow have lately revealed their feat of training a Chemist Robot that uses artificial intelligence to discover various types of chemical reactions.

An environment of microgravity has proved useful for conducting a number of experiments and has even created opportunities for new breakthroughs in chemical sciences. In a similar feat, a team of renowned international researchers has found a way of increasing the efficiency of generating solar hydrogen in a milieu of microgravity. The researchers made their observations and drew inferences from the fall of a photo-electrochemical cell from a drop tower.

Dealing with Acrophobia through Virtual Whale Ride

Acrophobia, the fear of heights, haunts a large population of people across the world, and several factors could be responsible for the presence of this fear in people. However, researchers have lately observed a way of alleviating this fear in people through use of virtual reality simulators. A flying whale based on virtual reality technology that reaches great heights did not trigger fear or panic amongst acrophobic persons, and this

Eco-Housing to Open Avenues for Sustainable Living

Sustainable living has been a major concern for government, international organizations, and stakeholders in the energy sector. Yale University and UN Environment, in collaboration with UN habitat, revealed a nascent module of eco-housing that would help in reducing the use natural resources and provide a greener framework for housing. The research has generated a wave of enthusiasm in the energy circles and has even resulted in public discussion and debates

Hydrogen could Replace 30% of UK’s Natural Gas

A research conducted at the University of Swansea has pointed to favourable developments in the energy sector of the UK. The need for natural gas across the region could soon be met through hydrogen which is a carbon-free and environment-friendly fuel. The research supported the assertions with strong arguments with regards to the energy sector of the UK. The carbon dioxide emission in the UK could be reduced by 18%