Scientific articles

Experts discover “Wide Spy” Operations via the SIM Cards

Users of mobile phones demonstrate a great care tithe safety of the programs that they download on their phones. However, they often forget that the (SIM) card may sometimes turn into a “spy and access point”. According to “Adaptive Mobile” companyspecialized in “digital security”, the SIM card posesa great danger more than the spywaresinstalledon the phone.According to the technical “Engadjet” ...

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What the world will look like in 50 years?

Underwater highways, hover board-based sports and holidays in space are some of the upcoming revelations which will be commonplace in 50 years’ time, a new report on the future of technology has predicted. The report also predicts the mass-scale production of 3D-printed organs, implants to monitor our health and self-cleaning homes will be key parts of everyday life. The predictions ...

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A Revolutionary Evolution in the Controversial Gene Modification Technique!

Scientists have made a significant breakthrough by developing the technique of genetic modification (CRISPR) to be able to modify “tens or even hundreds of genes,” allowing scientists to reprogram entire gene networks at once.  Previously, (CRISPR-Cas) managed to modify a handful of genes at once, and usually could only control one at a time. However, the new researches open up ...

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Devising aNew Way of Extracting Oil from Depleted Oil Wells

Scientists from Tyumen University in Russia have devised a new way of extracting oil from depleted wells using the nanoparticles’ solution of flat graphene which pushes the liquid in the borderline between oil and water. The(Journal of Physics: Conference Series)that haspublished the results of this studyreports that most of oil wells are about to deplete. In order to extract as ...

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Ancient Water Drops Analysis Reveals Interesting Facts about the Earth!

A new study shows that you can learn much from analyzing a microscopic drop of ancient seawater. Researchers have analyzed a series of such drops and arrived at an estimate that the process that underpins Earth’s plate tectonics may have started some 600 million years earlier than previously thought. Plate tectonics – the constant movement of huge blocks of Earth’s crust – ...

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A Project by Elon Musk to Control the Human Brain by Computer

NeuraLink Companythat is established by the businessman Elon Musk (the owner of Tesla and SpaceX companies) submitted a request to U.S. Food and Drug Administration that allows connecting human brain to computers. Musk said during the company’s conference that the experiments succeeded on monkeys and that the computer managed to control their brains. The company stated that it wants to ...

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Developing a Technology for 3D Bioprinting of Heart Parts

A team of bioen gineeringexperts from Carnegie Mellon University in The United States published an article inScience scientific journal where they showed 3D bio-printing technology of the parts of the human’s heart. Tis technology, known as FRESH, allows building an extracellularmatrix that works as a biological frame which forms the main structure of the components of human body’s organs and ...

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Coffee activates you in the morning and may charge your phone’s battery as well

Researchers have published a promising scientific study, talking about the unexpected benefit of coffee that can activate you in the morning, it may also charge your phone battery. The study suggests that caffeine can help improve the efficiency of solar cells by increasing their ability to convert light into electricity. Yang Yang, the study’s lead author, said he was able ...

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“Google”..Phone App Detects Acute Kidney Injury in Minutes!

Google’s DeepMind developed a great App that can detect potentially fatal kidney condition  for hospital patients in 14 minutes approximately and send  alerts straight to doctors and nurses. The app, called Streams, looks for signs of acute kidney injury caused by sudden damage or decreased blood flow to the kidneys, normally the result of another illness. It also looks for ...

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A Study Warns of the Possibility of “Exposing” the User’s Privacy of “Encrypted Data!”

Researchers have found that internet services that claim concealing personal information of users to be “anonymous or encrypted” are not as safe as many believe. The researchers have found that more than 99% of people (participants) can be identified, through a handful of data points presumed to be encrypted. The study suggests that skeptics can be silenced quickly, by using ...

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