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Anand Kumar

Record-Breaking Laser Link Could Help Us Test Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

Researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA) and The International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) set a world record for the most...

Researchers develop new gene therapy strategy to delay aging

Cellular senescence, a condition of permanent growth arrest, has emerged as a hallmark and essential driver of organismal aging. It is managed by both...

Chinese researchers build the world’s first integrated quantum communication network

Chinese researchers have set up the world's first integrated quantum communication network, combining over 700 optical fibers on the ground with 2 ground-to-satellite connects...

Israel performs the world’s first augmented reality, 3D eye socket surgery

A team of Israeli doctors at the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, Israel, have successfully performed the first-ever eye socket fracture repair using augmented...

Google Glass-like device could help treat people with memory problems

The Google Glass project met a sad demise a couple of years ago, however, its application is receiving benefits for the University of Otago...

Volkswagen’s Shows Off Futuristic Electric Car Charging Robot Prototype

German carmaker Volkswagen has revealed a working prototype of a robot that can autonomously charge electric cars. A year ago, Volkswagen revealed its mobile charging...

Scientists make entangled photons 100 times more efficiently than previously possible

Super-fast communication devices and quantum computers could revolutionize countless aspects of our lives but first, scientists need a fast, efficient source of the entangled...

India is building the world’s largest renewable energy ‘megapark’ the size of Singapore

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundations Tuesday (15 December) for what he said would be the world's largest renewable energy park, set to...

Scientists develop an ‘electronic skin’ that can mimic the natural functions of human skin

A material that mimics human skin in? stretchability, strength, and sensitivity could be used to collect biological data in real-time. Electronic skin, or e-skin,...

US military developing mind-reading technology for the battleground

A discovery in decoding brain signals could be the initial move toward a future where soldiers quietly communicate with each other during operations. The US...