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Scientists Created New Solar Device, Stores Energy From The Sun More Efficiently

Scientists Created New Solar Device, Stores Energy From The Sun More Efficiently

There are more efficient silicon photovoltaic panels, dye-sensitized solar cells, concentrated cells and thermodynamic solar plants all pursue the same goal: to produce a maximum amount of electrons from sunlight. Now a group of Swiss scientists, has invented a cheap solar device that can store energy from the Sun more efficiently than anything on the market.

By On September 30, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Found A New Way To Detect Radiation

Researchers Found A New Way To Detect Radiation

Many things have been developed to detect radiation. And now, a group of researchers from University of Texas, Arlington, claims that they have found a new way to detect radiation.

By On September 30, 2014 Respond
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Y-40 Deep Joy: The World’s Deepest Swimming Pool Certified By Guinness Book of Records

Y-40 Deep Joy: The World’s Deepest Swimming Pool Certified By Guinness Book of Records

An Italian spa complex has created a swimming pool called Y-40 Deep Joy, which the Guinness Book of Records has certified as the world’s deepest pool. This swimming pool has a depth of 42-meter (138 feet). And it is filled with 4.3 million liters (1.1 million gallons) of thermal water, allowing divers to plunge without the skin suits they’d need in open seas or lakes.

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Heart-shaped Solar Farm: The World’s Most Beautiful Power Plant

Heart-shaped Solar Farm: The World’s Most Beautiful Power Plant

Who says that solar power plant can’t be gorgeous? The people of New Caledonia are out to prove the naysayers wrong. Australian solar company Conergy is building a heart-shaped solar farm which is claimed to be the most beautiful solar power plant of the world.

By On September 29, 2014 Respond
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London Becomes The World’s Most Expensive City Leaving Hong Kong Behind

London Becomes The World’s Most Expensive City Leaving Hong Kong Behind

Until now it was said that Hong Kong was the most expensive city in the world. But now that’s no more the most expensive city in the world. Lately’s it’s been reported that London has become the world’s most expensive city leaving Hong Kong behind.

By On September 29, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Unveil ‘Invisibility Cloak’, Now Hide Objects Using Ordinary Lenses

Scientists Unveil ‘Invisibility Cloak’, Now Hide Objects Using Ordinary Lenses

Remember, there was invisibility cloak in the movie of Harry Potter? Most probably, inspired by that movie, to be more specific, by that invisibility cloak, lately scientists at the University of Rochester have developed a real life invisibility cloak. Now you can hide objects using ordinary lenses.

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Wine Waste Can Be Used To Create Bio-fuels And Medicines

Wine Waste Can Be Used To Create Bio-fuels And Medicines

Most of the time while creating a product, some things get waste. By recycling or turning those wastage into something else, we can get something new. Similarly, while producing wine, some byproducts get waste. An Australian student has found a way to break down those winery byproducts into compounds that can be used to create bio-fuels and medicines.

By On September 28, 2014 Respond
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FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

Apple and Google have revealed that they will enable encryption by default on your smartphones and tablets. It means neither company will know your smartphone’s or tablet’s passcode. And this has made FBI very much disappointed as the agency will not be able to get any peoples’ data unless their data is stored in the cloud.

By On September 28, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft To Unveil Windows 9 On Sep 30, Invitation Sent To Journalists

Microsoft To Unveil Windows 9 On Sep 30, Invitation Sent To Journalists

Microsoft will hold an event on September 30 in San Francisco. Microsoft watchers are expecting Microsoft will introduce its new operating system Windows 9. But they company may not unveil the new OS as the name Windows 9.

By On September 27, 2014 Respond
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A Researcher Mathematically Proves Black Holes Don’t Exist

A Researcher Mathematically Proves Black Holes Don’t Exist

Black holes are so entwined in the established scientific narrative these days that it’s easy to forget that their existence is still completely theoretical. No black hole has ever been directly observed. Even famous physicist Stephen Hawking has said that there are no black holes. And now, a researcher has mathematically proved that black holes really don’t exist.

By On September 26, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Discovered On/Off Switch For Aging Cells

Scientists Discovered On/Off Switch For Aging Cells

It’s the age that can’t be stopped; always grow. Our age increases because of aging cells. But now, scientists at the Salk Institute, have discovered a “switch” that controls how fast cells age, and could play an important role in aging and cancer.

By On September 26, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Dog Returns Lost Items To The Passengers Of KLM Airlines

[Video] Dog Returns Lost Items To The Passengers Of KLM Airlines

Dogs have great sniffing power. Using this power, police, FBI, CIA and other law enforcement agencies try to catch criminals. But KLM Airlines uses a dog named Sherlock in order to return the lost item or luggage of a passenger before he/she leaves the airport.

By On September 25, 2014 Respond
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Space Dust Casts Shadow On Big Bang Theory?

Space Dust Casts Shadow On Big Bang Theory?

In March of this year, a team of scientists announced that they had found evidence of primordial gravitational waves, hypothesized ripples in spacetime whose existence would suggest that the universe did indeed expand many times faster than the speed of light in the first few instants after the Big Bang. But a new report has cast doubt on the Big Bang theory.

By On September 25, 2014 Respond
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WHO Says Ebola Virus Could Infect Over 20,000 People By November

WHO Says Ebola Virus Could Infect Over 20,000 People By November

Ebola virus (EBOV) is one of the most fatal viruses in the history. In the past few months, this virus has massively attacked in West Africa and killed lots of people. Gene studies have shown that this virus mutates faster in humans than in animal hosts. Lately, World Health Organization (WHO) has said that by this November, Ebola virus could infect more than 20,000 people in West Africa.

By On September 25, 2014 Respond
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PayPal Partners With BitPay, Coinbase And GoCoin, Adds Limited Bitcoin Support

PayPal Partners With BitPay, Coinbase And GoCoin, Adds Limited Bitcoin Support

PayPal, the international e-commerce business that allows to do payments and money transfers through the Internet, had not much of a relationship with the virtual currency Bitcoin. But now, PayPal has announced that it has partnered with three leading Bitcoin payments processors – BitPay, Coinbase and GoCoin – in order to enable limited support for the digital currency.

By On September 24, 2014 Respond
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