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Before long, the U.S. Armed force will have the option to send self-ruling air vehicles that can change shape during flight, as indicated by new examination introduced at the AIAA Aviation Forum and

In the quest for a battery-powered battery that can control electric vehicles (EVs) for many miles on a solitary charge, researchers have attempted to supplant the graphite anodes presently utilized in EV batteries

At the tallness of a rainstorm, the tips of cell towers, utility poles, and other tall, electrically conductive structures can immediately transmit a blaze of blue light. This electric sparkle, known as a

Three-dimensional (3-D) nanostructured materials - those with complex shapes at a size of billionths of a meter - that can direct power without opposition could be utilized in a scope of quantum gadgets.

Scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder are building up a wearable electronic gadget that is "truly wearable" - a stretchy and completely recyclable circuit board that is propelled by, and sticks onto,

Our long for energy is unquenchable, it even keeps on ascending with the expanding flexibly of new electronic contraptions. In addition, we are quite often progressing and in this manner forever subject to

A group drove by 2018 Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Simmons has stepped forward in the improvement of a silicon quantum PC. Specialists at UNSW Sydney have shown the least commotion level on

Utilizing a mind roused approach, researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have built up a route for robots to have the man-made consciousness (AI) to perceive torment and to self-fix when

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