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SUbatomic particles - Defying laws of Physics? Newtons laws of motion states that a body remains at rest unless external force is applied but that may not be the case at sub-atomic level. Scientists ...

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Are Nanobots future of medicine? Nanotechnology is one of the hottest research of field. It has broad based implication from electronics to biomedical research. Few believe that nanobots will be key t...

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Will humans ever live forever? With these technological advancements maybe one day. From Robot Avatars to Scientists Manipulating Molecules Alltime10s proudl...

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3D Endoscope - NASA's New MARVEL

The word NASA make us think of Space, Mars and satellites but we overlook the amazing images of space and galaxies are mostly credited to NASA. NASA teamed up with Dr.Shahinian to develop a 3D Endoscope to high resolution 3D imaging and minimally invasive endoscopic brain surgery, named Multi-Angle Rear-Viewing Endoscopic Tool (MARVEL),

"To create a fully lit image that can be viewed with standard 3D glasses, the team relied on color filters. Each aperture filters specific wavelengths of each of the red, green, and blue spectrums that are not filtered by the other aperture. These together comprise white light. The light source, a xenon cold lamp, cycles rapidly through these six specific color wavelengths in sequence, with only half of the reflected light passing through each aperture.
The team succeeded in enabling the camera, which is controlled with a joystick, to turn 60 degrees in each direction."

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3D Endoscope - NASA's New MARVEL The word NASA make us think of Space, Mars and satellites but we overlook the amazing images of space and galaxies are mostly credited to NASA. NASA teamed up with Dr...

3D Endoscope - NASAs New MARVEL

The word NASA make us think of Space, Mars and satellites but we overlook the amazing images of space and galaxies are mostly credited to NASA. NASA teamed up with Dr.Shahinian to develop a 3D Endoscope to high resolution 3D imaging and minimally invasive endoscopic brain surgery, named Multi-Angle Rear-Viewing Endoscopic Tool (MARVEL),

To create a fully lit image that can be viewed with standard 3D glasses, the team relied on color filters. Each aperture filters specific wavelengths of each of the red, green, and blue spectrums that are not filtered by the other aperture. These together comprise white light. The light source, a xenon cold lamp, cycles rapidly through these six specific color wavelengths in sequence, with only half of the reflected light passing through each aperture.
The team succeeded in enabling the camera, which is controlled with a joystick, to turn 60 degrees in each direction.

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Lucid Dreaming and Self reflection Dreaming within dream comes norm to few but others keep wondering about it. New Study shows that lucid dreamers have larger anterior prefrontal cortex,- the brain ar...

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The Fading Quasar
Quasars are core of galaxies, with a supermassive blackhole at it core. Astrophysicists have been studying Quasars to understand the formation of universe and it timeline to current state but for the first time group in Yale Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics have pointed towards a potential dimmer switch of Quasar. How is works and what factors determine when dimmer switch get activated is still an unknown but it may provide the first clue to understand the lifetime of a Quasar.
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The Fading Quasar Quasars are core of galaxies, with a supermassive blackhole at it core. Astrophysicists have been studying Quasars to understand the formation of universe and it timeline to current ...

The Fading Quasar
Quasars are core of galaxies, with a supermassive blackhole at it core. Astrophysicists have been studying Quasars to understand the formation of universe and it timeline to current state but for the first time group in Yale Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics have pointed towards a potential dimmer switch of Quasar. How is works and what factors determine when dimmer switch get activated is still an unknown but it may provide the first clue to understand the lifetime of a Quasar.

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Size of object and Quantum mechanics Do "large" objects move differently from small ones? Do rules of quantum physics applies to large objects? Does quantum mechanics allows superimposition of States...

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Darrel KillionFirst question, Depends on Relative Enviroment, Second question, they apply to All objects in existant space/time, Third question, Yes, Fourth Question, Yes... being that the football takes up more than a "singularity" of a point, the football is in itself a series of Atoms which are Traveling Parallel in applied trajectory.

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Carbon Nanotube Transistors Silicon revolutionized the field of electronics and computer hardwares but to get to next level of computation scientists are banking on Graphene to replace silicon in tran...

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Explaining BigBang "This week, I have a visit from Thomas Hertog from Belgium. We are working on a new theory of the origin of the universe. It predicts there are gravitational waves from the Big Ba...

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MetaMaterials - Bending Elastic waves Methods of controlling and manipulating subwavelength acoustic and elastic waves have proven elusive and difficult; however, the potential applications—once the...

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Combing Quantum physics and theory of relativity Laws of physics changes with scale of objects. Theory of relativity defines objects interaction at larger scale and quantum physics deals with objects...

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Turning back the clock - Adding Telomeres Age related breakdown of telomeres has been associated with aging and health. But now scientist have found a way to add telomeres to the chromosomes and thus...

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Defining Quantum speed limit When we think about quantum mechanics or physics we think about entangled hard to explain phenomenons but scientists are slowly but surely exploring the enigmatic nature ...

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Space X- The next generation of Rockets Elon Musk and Space X vision of future seems Radical for many but his ambitions are always sky high and may be that is why Space X is working on Falcon Heavy r...

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BICEP2/Keck Array and Planck Data challenges the previous detection claims of Primordial Gravitational Waves Although recent results claimed the detection of primordial gravitational waves, ESA’s P...

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Adjusting the ‘brain pacemaker’ electrical current helps alleviating the Parkinson’s disease symptoms. Parkinson’s disease is a malignancy increasingly affecting society. Several genetic fin...

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I am pleased to share a video I made for Bill Gates & Melinda Gates at the World Economic Forum. They gave a keynote about their efforts in protecting the integrity of the earth, I was proud to have b...

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Quantum Mechanics - Stimulating The Time Machine "Ringbauer and co send these photons through an optical circuit which gives them arbitrary polarisation states and then allows them to interfere when ...

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Pulsating Weight loss With obesity epidemic taking over in western world it is time to stop overeating but it is hard to control spoiled habits. To control the urge to overact FDA has approved Maestro...

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Hidden away inside a world-class life sciences lab on Google's campus, doctors are trying to change the way people think about their health - to be preventive and proactive.

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Hidden away inside a world-class life sciences lab on Google's campus, doctors are trying to change the way people think about their health. Watch more episo...

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Pain-free to monitor blood sugar!
Scientists at UCSD have created a temporary tattoo that can measure blood sugar. There are electrodes printed on to the tattoo paper with a sensor. The electrodes generate a current for about 10 minutes after each meal. The current helps draw glucose to the skin which allows the device to read the glucose levels. This is a pain-free method and has huge implications for the future!

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Pain-free to monitor blood sugar!
Scientists at UCSD have created a temporary tattoo that can measure blood sugar. There are electrodes printed on to the tattoo paper with a sensor. The electrodes generate a current for about 10 minutes after each meal. The current helps draw glucose to the skin which allows the device to read the glucose levels. This is a pain-free method and has huge implications for the future!

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This stunning new video from NASA shows how air pollution from Asia changes weather and climate around the world. on.nrdc.org/1EPSH18

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