3D printed materials are being increasingly used in fields such as manufacturing, technology and modelling. A 3D printed skull was recently implanted in a woman’s brain, resolving a critical medical condition.
The Fukumisha disaster in Japan, in the wake of earthquake and floods, was a grim reminder of the risks of nuclear energy. Recent research reveals that ceramics may be the solution to fool-proof nuclear plants against such future disasters.
After a lot of speculation, the final destination of the tragic Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been determined by a satellite. The path of the airliner was ultimately determined by using a model based on Doppler effect.
Every year, a huge portion of the medical researches published turn out to be inaccurate or otherwise faulty. Stanford University now aims to open a Meta-Research Innovation Center which will examine these researches.
Scientists recently collected a sample of brown moss which is 1500 years and was frozen in Antarctic Peninsula. Much to their amazement, the moss was able to sprout back to life after being put under light.
Gravitational waves are different from gravity waves, which are ripples created in the atmospheres of planets by the interactions of winds whipping over geological features on the planet’s surface. Lately, scientists have detected gravitational waves from big bang.
Nearly all major power plants release heat or steam as part of their functioning. While some recycle and use this heat, others waste it. In US, a mere 12% of the electricity is generated from recycled heat. And that needs to change now.
In 1920s, wolves were eradicated from the Yellowstone National Park. But in 1995, they were returned and started living in the park. According to ecologists, the return of wolves have a dramatic impact upon the entire Yellowstone National Park.
Albert Einstein predicted that gravitational waves are speculated to be “an echo of the big bang [sic] in which the universe came into existence 14bn year ago.” Although many scientists were not satisfied to this theory, but interestingly major scientists believe this theory to be true.
The suits of superheroes like Batman and Ironman were once purely science fiction but they are increasingly inspiring similar creations in the real world. Diamond Armor, for instance, is a Batman-style $3.2 million suit which packs many features.
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