Science

Biocomputers of the future to be made by Magnetic Bacteria

Researchers from the University of Leeds, UK and Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology are say that magnetic bacteria can be used to create tiny computing...
Vipul Kumar
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Gesture Recognition using Sound Waves: Microsoft makes it POSSIBLE

Till now people just played on XBox Kinect using their physical gestures, but now they can even control their PC’s with their physical gestures....
Vipul Kumar
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Was beer the secret to Facebook’s success?

Scientists at the University of Illinois in Chicago discover that men solve brain teasers better after a couple of beers. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was...
Shashank Agarwal
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Google’s Project Glass: The next gen of spectacles

Google’s Project Glass demo is certainly the coolest hardware demo so far this year. Behind the scenes is something equally intriguing: artificial-intelligence software. The augmented-reality...
Shashank Agarwal
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Flawed diamonds are perfect ingredients for quantum computing, just add…

The latest news published in Nature is that diamonds are a quantum computer’s best friend — particularly if they’re flawed. An international team of...
Shashank Agarwal
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The Sun ‘sandblasts’ the Moon

According tho new NASA simulations, the moon gets periodically “sandblasted” by intense solar storms that can strip tons of material from the lunar surface....
Geetika Datta
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Worms to explain weightlessness in space?

Worm colonies can be established on space stations without the need for researchers to tend to them, which could help scientists understand the effects...
Shashank Agarwal
1 min read

Cosmic Log – Seven-tonne satellite to fall from orbit

A six tonne space satellite launched in 1991 and which completed its mission in 2005, is expected to fall out of its orbit. it is...
Shashank Agarwal
1 min read

About Dailyjag

DailyJag is aimed at delivering quality and interesting news from across the world. Why the name “DailyJag”? Jag is described in the dictionary as...
Shashank Agarwal
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