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    ROCKETS BY SERIGNE MACTAR BA

    Defense rockets by Serigne Mactar Ba Rockets have always been one of the significant fighter equipment at the time of war. But, who does creates such missiles? Serigne Mactar Ba is an electromechanical engineer from Senegal. He has not only designed but also manufactured and improved a series of rockets. These are the Skimikamiya. Serigne […] More

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    Martin Bionics Socket-less Sockets

    We also always complain about the things we don’t have. For instance, if we have a bicycle we want to have a bike. If we have a bike, then we can a car. And then we wish to have a luxury car. Thus, our “wishes” never end. But there is a difference between a wish […] More

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    Cell phone snaps by MOON Ultra light.

    As we all would observe, today’s generation spends most of their time in clicking selfies and making videos. Also, there are many platforms available on the internet where we can upload videos related to any topic. But the biggest problem faced while shooting a video is the lighting of the room. If there is no […] More

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    Tech-forward smart wooden block by kiri toys.

    As a kid, we all hated to study. Our parents would scold us for not studying. However, the activity which made happy the most was playing. We never thought of mixing these two activities together. If we study with fun, then it wouldn’t remain as the activity we hate. Kiri company thought of mixing these […] More

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    xMEMS – Consumer Friendly Headphones

    xMEMS Current Dynamic Drivers, patented by Oliver Lodge in 1989, has been around for more than a decade. We know it under the name “voice coils”. These devices help their user experience sound with very high accuracy. The devices are of a variety ranging from television speakers to headphones. However, they have a shortcoming. The […] More

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    AI ethicist – Meredith Whittaker

    Meredith Whittaker Meredith Whittaker is a research scientist at New York University who co-founded the AI Now Institute. She also founded Google’s open research group as well as M-lab. She has also co-founded simply secure. Consequently, she advises the open technology fund currently. However, she left Google after 13 years of service in 2019. AI […] More

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    AR Contact Lens

    The growth of augmented reality in today’s world is tremendous. AR is a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image, which is digital data on the user’s view of the real world. Thus it provides a combination of both real and digital life views. Augmented Reality overlays digital information into the real world. It helps you […] More

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    HabitAware Keen

    HabitAware’s Keen Break bad habits and be the greater ones. But it is troublesome to stop an unpleasant habit, now we can easily end our unpleasant habit using a monitor. The monitor didn’t need a person to monitor you better than even a gadget that can monitor you. Yes, there is a gadget that supports […] More

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    Bentley Are Making a New Electric Motor

    Bentley Bentley have been diversifying their vehicle portfolio. The British manufacturer, once a maker of luxury sedans and GT coupes, now also makes a luxury SUV in the form of the Bentayga.They now aredeveloping an electric motor without rare-earth metals. This would lower production costs and enhance recyclability. Bentley plan to have an electric car […] More

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    Making EVs Out of Fuel-Powered Cars

    Conversion Kits The last decade has seen some drivers choosing to convert their petrol or diesel powered vehicles to LPG powered vehicles. Manufacturers had, and still continue to launch variants of their vehicles that run on LPG. Some companies specialise in making LPG conversion kits for petrol/diesel powered cars, such as Italian firm Lovato. Recently, […] More

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    ROBOTIC ASSISTANCE FOR SURGERIES

    Robots have changed the world since the last decade. With robots, the work of a human decreases. Made by humans, these mobile metal objects can perform numerous tasks. Advances in science have led to incredible technologies and sparkling innovations. However, the most astonishing invention of humans is robots as a surrogate substitute for humans. From […] More

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    Artificial pancreas controls type 1 diabetes in children age 6 and up

    A new artificial pancreas system could automatically monitor and regulate blood glucose levels. It is very safe and effective at managing blood glucose levels in children at the age of six with type 1 diabetes. A clinical trial at four pediatric diabetes centres in the United States found this technique. National Institute of Diabetes and […] More

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