Scientist demonstrate Cockroaches that would Follow Your Orders

Remote controlled cockroach cyborgs

  Scientist have already demonstrated maneuvered and controlled insects which could be guide to follow a path. Even you can just use a “DIY kit” to build your own remote controlled cockroach, a cyborg cockroach! A team of researchers from NC State have taken this to the next level. They have developed an electronic interface through More...

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Bionic Eye
By Vipul Kumar On Monday, September 3rd, 2012

First Ever Working Bionic Eye Implanted In a Blind Patient

Bionic Eye It is exactly what we were waiting for, to help the blind see this colorful world. It is a major breakthrough in the field of medical science. Scientists have first time ever succeeded in implanting a More...

A 3D Printed Gun
By Vipul Kumar On Friday, August 24th, 2012

Just Download Blueprint And 3D Print Guns At Home

A 3D Printed Gun We had earlier posted about printing parts of a gun using a 3D printer and making it work. At that time, the project was quite doubtful and controversial. But now a group has came forward to make More...

Quantum Processor
By Vipul Kumar On Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Quantum Processors With 50% Accuracy Are Ready

Quantum Processor For the very first time, scientists have succeeded in calculating simple math problem of dividing a number into its prime factors by a functional solid-state quantum computer. This accomplishment More...

InSight Lander
By Vipul Kumar On Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

What’s Next After Curiosity : InSight Lander

InSight (Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) Lander After Curiosity, NASA’s next mission to Mars would be a stationary probe to drill into the planet. The probe More...

ChemCam Laser On Curiosity: An Artistic View
By Vipul Kumar On Monday, August 20th, 2012

Curiosity Blasts Rocks On Mars With Its Laser

ChemCam Laser On Curiosity: An Artistic View NASA’s space rover, Curiosity on Mars successfully completed the testing of its lasers by zapping its first rock with its laser beam on Sunday. It is an important More...

Components of Mini Ion Thrusters
By Vipul Kumar On Sunday, August 19th, 2012

MIT: Little Thrusters That Can Make CubeSats Clean Atmosphere

Components of Mini Ion Thrusters The big rockets get all the attention when they are launched into the space. But people generally ignore the important tiny stowaways known as CubeSats that accompany the rocket More...

Curiosity On Mars
By Vipul Kumar On Thursday, August 16th, 2012

NASA updates Curiosity’s software from 350 million miles away

Just as we like to keep our computers and smart phones up to date  with the latest software, same is the case with NASA. NASA is trying to keep the Curiosity rover’s software up to date from 350 million More...

An image of Mars taken by Curiosity
By Vipul Kumar On Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Curiosity Will Get A Software Upgrade Soon

An image of Mars taken by Curiosity The Mars Science Laboratory has landed on Mars with its cameras all set to discover Mars like never before. Those “7-minutes of terror” are history now. The breaking More...

Bob Beamon
By Vipul Kumar On Friday, August 10th, 2012

Physics Behind Long Jump Olympics World Record Set By Bob Beamon

Bob Beamon An amazing world record of long jump was set in 1968 by Bob Beamon. He made a crazy awesome leap of 8.9 meters. This world record is considered more amazing as it was set in Mexico City which is 8000 More...