A "synthetic womb" is what is lately on the agenda of tech billionaires around the globe as they seek out a ways to set aside natural birth entirely. A look into a mind of these individuals do reveal quite curious stances.
A new study has shown that lasers can hack self-driving cars, and this can be used to trick moving automobiles into missing pedestrians or other obstacles.
At the University of Waterloo, researchers have discovered extremely ancient carbon residue in the world's oldest ruby, some 2.5 billion-year-old. The study concluded that some of the world's oldest rubies are linked to ancient life.
Google's next internet-connected home device will test whether you rely enough on the company to let it monitor your sleeping pattern. Google's latest version of Hub, a 7-inch smart screen was unveiled with its key feature including sleep-sensing technology. It has features like fielding questions, displaying pictures and videos, handling tasks via Google assistant and more. It also offers a springboard for Google to get involved in what critics call Sleep Surveillance.
Russia's defence minister Sergei Shoigu has revealed his desire to clone 3,000-year-old army of ancient warriors from remains found in Siberia. This site is located in the Valley of the Kings in Tuva.
According to a study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters by Tyler Horvath, a PhD student in planetary science at the University of California, Los Angeles, they discovered pits on the Moon that stay at 63 °F all year and could be a place to visit to escape the heat.
A substantial population in Jharkhand was found suffering with anaemia, but were also found to be prone to blood illnesses such as thalassemia and sickle-cell anaemia. As per experts, fortified rice is leading to these side effects amongst Adivasis.
It was not until 1981 when microscopes capable of seeing individual atoms were produced. They gave a boost to the concept of nanotechnology. Since then, the field has seen massive advancements to the point that now experts claim that nanobots will be flowing through your body by 2030.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have developed a means to create electricity from solar radiation at night, potentially resolving the issue of solar renewable energy's intermittent nature.
According to data from space observatory Gaia, the closest star cluster to Earth is being shattered by the phenomenal gravity of an unseen massive object. Gaia is operated by the European Space Agency (ESA).