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Wireless, battery-less pacemaker developed

Wireless, battery-less pacemaker developed

The pacemaker harvests energy wirelessly from radio frequency radiation transmitted by an external battery pack, researchers at Rice University in the US said.

We could've lived on Venus, not Earth!

We could've lived on Venus, not Earth!

The researchers maintain that minor evolutionary changes could have altered the fates of both Earth and Venus in ways that scientists may soon be able to model through observation of other solar systems, particularly ones in the process of forming, according to scientist Adrian Lenardic.

Ocean acidification already taking toll on coral reef growth

Ocean acidification already taking toll on coral reef growth

The research was conducted in a lagoon on the southern Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 2014.  

Novel self-adaptive material that heals itself

The researchers believe that the material called SAC (self-adaptive composite) may be a useful biocompatible material for tissue engineering or a lightweight, defect-tolerant structural component.

More than half of Indian scientists religious: Study

More than half of scientists in India, Italy, Taiwan and Turkey self-identify as religious, says a new study.

2-D devices may soon be a reality

The materials at play – graphene and hexagonal boron nitride – have been merged into sheets and built into a variety of patterns at nanoscale dimensions.