Wireless cooling: Magnets to keep your fridge cool

Magnets may soon act as wireless cooling agents for your refrigerators, laptops and other devices if a theory propounded by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US finds application.

Magnets to power your fridge!

Within a decade, we could be using much more energy-efficient refrigerators than what we have today as researchers have now identified a new “universal” property of metamagnets, unleashing its potential applications for several items of everyday use.

Magnets can help stroke patients speak

Stimulating the brain with magnets is likely to improve the language skills of stroke survivors.

Magnets can prevent heart attacks?

Magnets may soon replace aspirins often given to people at risk of heart attacks to thin their blood.

Magnets can prevent heart attacks?

Magnets may soon replace aspirins often given to people at risk of heart attacks to thin their blood.

‘Big Bang Machine’ fizzling out because of faulty magnets

The Large Hadron Collider, or the ‘Big Bang Machine’, as it is popularly called, is fizzling out, as many of the magnets meant to whiz subatomic particles around the machine have lost their ability to operate at high energies.