Beijing: Researchers have built a wearable headset that tracks your gaze and connects you to the devices you look at.
The gadget, called iGaze, contains an eye-tracking camera that
Washington: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have equipped a robot with a new tactile sensor that gives it unprecedented dexterity, letting it grasp a USB cable draped freely over a
Washington: While it released the software development kit for its SmartEyeglass on Friday, Sony has reportedly promised to make its gear available for purchase by the end of March.
Mumbai: The government should take decisions about genetically modified (GM) crops on the basis of "scientific" evaluation and data, and not due to criticism of the technology without any
Washington: A university student in the US has developed an inexpensive solar lens that uses sunlight to heat and disinfect polluted water, destroying 99.9 per cent of bacteria and pathogens.
Washington: A new study by a University of Wisconsin Madison zoologist has found that declining wind may alter predator-prey relationships.
The study has demonstrated the way "global
Washington: American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI) will honour nine engineers at its 29th National Convention at the University of California, Irvine, campus Sep 27.
New Delhi: The long-standing identity crisis of Hanuman langur, the most widespread langurs of South Asia might finally be resolved, a recent study has suggested.
Even though it has
London: A new research has revealed that computers can be made smaller, greener and capable of processing information up to 1,000 times faster than current models by replacing silicon with '
Chennai: Power generation at the first 1,000 MW unit at Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) is stable with the unit restarting generation Sep 15, said officials.
Ever since the
London: Do you believe that a person travelling in a high-speed rocket would age more slowly than people back on Earth?
Giving a thrust to the "time-dilation" effect, physicists have
Washington: In a bid to help under-developed countries clean polluted water more effectively, researchers at the Washington State University (WSU) have developed a unique method to use microbes
London: As the demand for faster computers continues to rise, replacing silicon with materials that can switch back and forth between different electrical states holds the key to developing
Kolkata: In a pioneering step aimed at zero food wastage, a group of Indian engineers have designed a solar powered, portable micro cold storage system for small farmers that will help them
New York: Experienced and aspiring researchers interested in soft robotics can now avail of a4 toolkit that is an online treasure trove of downloadable, open-source plans, how-to videos and
Washington: A new research has revealed about the discovery of a hadrosaur species with a truly distinctive nasal profile that lived approximately 75 million years ago during the Late
London: If you are yet to experience the wonders of the ancient world still surviving in Egypt, you can now turn into a virtual visitor -- thanks to Google Street View -- and explore the
New York: Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new wireless system called RoadRunner that uses GPS like turn-by-turn directions to route drivers around
London: People with larger pupil size tend to be inconsistent in their decisions, says a study.
Once the relevant information was presented, a larger pupil size indicated poorer
Washington: Going to classroom to learn student response for curriculum implementation can soon become things of the past as a US researcher has figured out an easier way - and it could include
Sydney: Your cheerful, happy-go-lucky dog can also become pessimist on certain days so be generous with the canine.
According to Australian researchers, finding out as accurately as
London: An Indian-origin researcher Mitul Tailor from the Loughborough University in Britain has developed a computer software system that can be used in quality control in virtually any
New York: Humans have learnt a great deal about complex social behaviour from other species. It's time now for the avians to teach us a few lessons.
A unique study provides intriguing
Washington: In a disturbing trend, a team of researchers has documented that coral growth rates have plummeted 40 percent since the mid-1970s.
The scientists working on Carnegie
Sydney: The mystery of what kick-started the motion of our earth's massive tectonic plates across its surface has been solved by researchers at the University of Sydney.
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