A majority of them identify themselves as humanists instead.
The research project aims to design and optimise energy recovery of around one to two megawatts per kilometre under 'normal' traffic volumes -- which is around 2,000 to 3,000 cars an hour.
The finding could open the way for wearable solar cells, which will provide power to devices such as health monitors incorporated into clothing, researchers said.
Current flexible electronics and sensors that can operate with very low power typically can not communicate with other devices more than a few feet or meters away.
Nan was diagnosed with lung cancer before FAST was put into use in September 2016, and he continued his duties despite his illness.
Unlike solar and wind energy, which fluctuate with the time of the day and the weather, waste toilet paper is a continually available resource.
The Rapture is the second coming of Jesus Christ as prophesied in John 14:1-3 where those who have lived 'sin free' lives meet the Lord, the report explained.
Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have developed a nanorobot using a single DNA strand that can pick up certain molecules and drop them off in designated locations, paving the way for synthesising novel therapeutic chemicals and drug delivery systems.
A completely opaque material is irradiated from above with a specific wave pattern - with the effect that light waves from the left can pass through the material without any obstruction.
Researchers from the University of Houston in the US developed a new mechanism for producing stretchable electronics, a process that relies on readily available materials and could be scaled up for commercial production.
More than 40 countries and regions consume about 600 million tonnes of ethanol fuel every year, accounting for around 60 per cent of the world's annual gasoline use.
Scientists from the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) had earlier announced that their nano-galvanic aluminium-based powder produced pure hydrogen when coming into contact with water.
The silicon-chip device called ATOMS - short for addressable transmitters operated as magnetic spins - could one day serve as miniature robotic wardens of our bodies, monitoring a patient's gastrointestinal tract, blood, or brain.
The construction principle of the fibre is quite simple.
The advance may lead to eco-friendly disposable personal electronics and biomedical devices that dissolve within the body, researchers said.
Fossil beds that preserve soft tissues like hair and feathers are called lagerstatte and are rare on their own.
Unlike commonly studied mouse motor neurons, human motor neurons growing in the lab would be a new tool since researchers cannot take samples of these neurons from living people but can easily take skin samples.
Methanol is currently produced by breaking down natural gas at high temperatures into hydrogen gas and carbon monoxide before reassembling them - expensive and energy-intensive processes known as 'steam reforming' and 'methanol synthesis.'
The system uses cameras to detect hand movements that deviate from normal driving behaviour and grades or classifies them in terms of possible safety threats.
The ultra-thin wireless device mimics plant leaves to produce energy using water and sunlight.
At the end of the Stone Age and in the early Bronze Age, families were established in a surprising manner in Germany, researchers said.
For the simplest method, all that is needed is a roll of bark and an open fire. This enabled Neanderthals to produce the first glue as early as 200,000 years ago.
The latest fast radio bursts (FRBs) prove their equipment is working well and ready to pick up signs of life if they exist.
The research is a step toward understanding and, ultimately, managing the charging process for specific uses and to increase safety, the researchers said.
The dried leaves were first ground into a powder, then heated to 220 degrees Celsius for 12 hours. This produced a powder composed of tiny carbon microspheres.
The new specimen was originally discovered on the Somerset coast, during the mid-1990s, and is from the Early Jurassic, roughly 200 million years old.
The team squeezed methane and water molecules between two ultra-sharp diamonds and compressed them by bringing the two anvil points together.
Researchers found that the inherent complexity in birdsongs may actually be the result of a simple controllable instability in the structure of the specialised organ used to create song, known as a syrinx.
To generate electricity, the yarns must first be either submerged in or coated with an ionically conducting material or electrolyte.
Japanese researchers have developed an antibody that induces immune responses, which significantly suppresses malignant cancers in dogs as well as increases their survival rate.
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