Technology

Technology

Lithium-Air Batteries

Lithium-air batteries run on ambient oxygen. It is an eco-friendly and sustainable way to store energy. Hence, they are a good source of power for electric vehicles, houses, and industries of the future. Present lithium-ion battery will not be able to handle the coming decades’ huge demand for energy. Moreover, by 2050, electricity will make up 50% of the world’s energy mix, while today that rate is 18%. However, installed

Bioluminescence Sensors

Brazilian scientists in collaboration with a Canadian team have created 13 bioluminescence sensors. They have developed these sensors to test the efficiency of emerging medical drugs in the labs. These sensors will have prospective use in categorizing and examining new drugs. On basis of the G protein-coupled receptors’ (GPCR) action the biosensors work. The GPCR are membrane-bound protein with application in cells communication. The researchers found out that nearly one-third

Embedded Memory

A research team from the Tohoku University led by Professor Tetsuo Endoh has developed advanced spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory – 128Mb-density STT_MRAM.  The writing speed used in embedded memory application in AI and IOT will reach to 14 ns.  It is the quickest write speed for embedded memory application in the world. This development will help in making mass-production of large volume STT-MRAM with a density above 100Mb.

Robots

The warm messy circle of humanity is soon to introduce artificial intelligence in the form of robots. Artificial Intelligence implanted into robots is considered as one of the greatest gifts of science to mankind. A recent development by the team of researchers at Yale University states that robotics have now been updated to a new level. This level enables robot to understand the ways and norms of the user and

Passwords

The way technology has paved its way into our lives it became an indispensable part. Individuals are using different types of electronic devices that require passwords to keep them safe. The growing number of electronic devices and involvement with technology will force individuals to learn numerous passwords. In the coming years, the average consumer is expected to remember the double amount of passwords as compared with now. Emmanuel Schalit gave