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Dental Trouble Tied to Malnutrition Among Some Seniors

Dental Trouble Tied to Malnutrition Among Some Seniors

Malnutrition is defined as the insufficient, excessive or imbalanced consumption of nutrients. As it defines, it caused by lack of nutrition in your diet. Scientists also found one other reason that causes malnutrition. They...
Innovative technology: Sharing Data Via Sound

Innovative technology: Sharing Data Via Sound

People generally rely on Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and optical fibers data transmission methods. Although, all become important suspects. So, developers have begun to explore innovative new solutions for sending and receiving information. Chirp, The London-based...
Novel Oil Spill Cleanup Technology Successfully Tested

Novel Oil Spill Cleanup Technology Successfully Tested

The fire protection engineering researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in collaboration with researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) have developed a novel technology that can greatly accelerate the combustion of crude oil floating...
Researchers Use Facial Recognition Software to Diagnose a Rare, Genetic Disease

Researchers Use Facial Recognition Software to Diagnose a Rare, Genetic Disease

Facial recognition systems are commonly used for security purposes. They rely on faceprints can quickly and accurately identify target individuals when the conditions are favorable. Nowadays they are increasingly being used in a variety...
Tiny Eye Movements Reveal If Suspect is Lying About Recognition

Tiny Eye Movements Reveal If Suspect is Lying About Recognition

Recognizing people is an essential skill we often take for granted. Most of us able to recognize someone even after a long duration. Humans recognize faces has been of interest to researchers in different...
Researchers Make Flexible Glass for Tiny Medical Devices

Researchers Make Flexible Glass for Tiny Medical Devices

The glass is transparent, hard, and easily molded into different shapes. In today’s date, glass is much less expensive and used to make many things. For example, windows, light bulbs, mirror, milk bottles and...
Physicist Develops Drip-Free Wine Bottle

Physicist Develops Drip-Free Wine Bottle

No matter how much of a wine aficionado you are, you can't escape the pesky wine drip on your own. Wine bottle drips are like a barrier for wine lover’s existence. Sommeliers are aware...
Double Filters Allow for Tetrachromatic Vision in Humans

Double Filters Allow for Tetrachromatic Vision in Humans

Humans eyes have three types of cone cells behind them that differentiate color. The cones do their work by responding to the difference in wavelength of the incoming light. By doing this, some cells...
A New, Gel-Like Coating Beefs Up The Performance of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

A New, Gel-Like Coating Beefs Up The Performance of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

Lithium-sulfur batteries have the low atomic weight of lithium and moderate weight of sulfur. That means they are relatively light about the density of water. Such kind of batteries is especially noted for its...
'Lab-on-a-glove'- a Flexible Glove-Based Biosensor to Detect Nerve-Agents in Pesticides

‘Lab-on-a-glove’- a Flexible Glove-Based Biosensor to Detect Nerve-Agents in Pesticides

You might have seen the farmers that they wear gloves while applying pesticides on crops. Yes, because it is necessary for them to wear protective clothing to protect themselves from side effects of pesticides....
Amazon River no Younger Than 9 Million Years

Amazon River no Younger Than 9 Million Years

Amazon River is world’s largest river by its volume contains 20 % of earth’s fresh water. The river located from Peru, flows through Brazil and ends at the Atlantic Ocean. Because of its size,...
A New Paper-Based Test Can Determine Your Blood Type in Just 30 Seconds

A New Paper-Based Test Can Determine Your Blood Type in Just 30 Seconds

Our blood type is based on certain proteins present in our red blood cells. The blood type is tested via Blood typing method that tells the type of blood group. Knowing a patient’s blood...