Temporary Tattoo to measure Blood Alcohol Level by UCSD

Temporary Tattoo to measure Blood Alcohol Level by UCSD

Temporary Tattoo that is a wearable sensor developed by the Researchers of University of California, San Diego to measure the blood alcohol level. It is a temporary tattoo, which stick directly on skin and shows results in just 15 minutes. Many people use an ‘Alcolock’ to check the blood alcohol level before taking the road….
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Zika Virus – Bharat Biotech unveils ZIKAVAC vaccines for Zika infection

Zika Virus - Bharat Biotech unveils ZIKAVAC vaccines for Zika infection

Zika Virus – The pharmaceutical industry is mobilizing to fight Zika virus, several labs have already put in battle order to develop a vaccine. India’s Bharat Biotech unveils ZIKAVAC vaccines for Zika infection. “We have two ZikaVac vaccine candidates in development; one is a Recombinant Vaccine and Another an inactivated vaccine that has reached the stage…
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About Homo Naledi – human species that discovered in South Africa

Homo Naledi - human species that discovered in South Africa

Homo Naledi – An incredible discovery which could revolutionize our knowledge of the human race, just took place. It is indeed the heart of South African cave bones of a human species – previously unknown – was recently exhumed. Called “Homo Naledi”, the latter is expected to learn more about the transition between primitive Australopithecus…
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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes after launch

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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies for the International Space Station broke apart less than three minutes after a 10:21 a.m. Sunday blastoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. SpaceX confirmed the rocket’s first stage experienced a problem as it climbed into clear skies, and engineers have begun analyzing data to pinpoint what went…
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New Horizons probe began to take pictures of Pluto

New Horizons probe began to take pictures of Pluto

New Horizons: After nine years of travel and 4.8 billion kilometers, the US probe New Horizons began to take pictures of Pluto. The US probe should fly as close July 14 to unravel the mysteries of this distant dwarf planet and its moons. After a long hibernation period 1873 days for preserving its instruments and…
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U.S. Army brings STEM expertise to VEX Robotics World Championship 2015

VEX Robotics World Championship 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship 2015: The U.S. Army, a leader in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) announced today that it will showcase top Army scientists and engineers and cutting-edge STEM technology to thousands of students from around the world at the 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship, taking place April…
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Indian Railway will set up its own design centre in campus of NID Ahemdabad

Indian Railway and NID MoU

Indian Railway will setting up its own Railway Design Centre in the campus of National Institute of Design (NID), Ahemdabad. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Ministry of Railways and NID, Ahemdabad. MoU Between Railway and NID MoU signed in the presence of the Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar and the Minister…
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NASA & ESA jointly working on Kamikaze ship

Kamikaze Ships to deflect the asteroid

Kamikaze Ship: NASA and ESA jointy working on the possibility of sending a Kamikaze ship to crash into an asteroid to deflect its path to save the planet. Life on earth could be wiped out in a few months if a large asteroid were to hit the surface of our planet, with this scenario, NASA and…
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