Two failures and finally success
Samadhan Systems developed a video delivery platform which enabled a consumer with entry level feature phone to have an enjoyable video experience on his cell.
SoftBank's $100 billion vision fund eyes quantum computing
Shu Nyatta, who helps invest money for the fund, said the group wanted to find and...
Scientists working to develop most powerful cyber security
The team behind the new technology has been tasked with creating an impenetrable n...
Future of solar power: How about transparent solar cells that can be put on windows?
Scientists use a plasmonic solar cell that uses the bizarre laws of quantum mechanics to achieve high efficiency at low cost.
People are famous for changing their minds - especially when it involves questions about how the universe around them works, think Paul Dirac.
Big-Bang: Can something come out of nothing?
One of the biggest problems facing modern cosmology, and physics for that matter, is where the laws governing the Big Bang of creation came from.
The logic operating behind a person’s belief — or unbelief, for that matter — can not only defy all reason but sometimes even transcend it.
Nobel laureate Eugene Wigner, the theoretical physicist who became interested in Vedanta philosophy - particularly its ideas of the universe as an all-pervading consciousness - wrote that materialism was "not logically consistent with present quantum mechanics".
A newer age coming
The Dancing Wu Li Masters, people were going nuts over the apparent connections between new physics and Eastern mysticism.
No faith needed
Niels Bohr, the great Nobel Prize-winning Danish physicist, says that some objects have multiple properties.
World's first commercial quantum computer really works: Google
The computer is installed at NASA's Ames Research Centre and operates on data using a superconducting chip called a quantum annealer.
Portable lasers could be key to gen-next sensors
Researchers have developed a custom-tailored, compact laser diode smaller than a penny which can help improve detection of chemicals, industrial and pollutants.
How making low cost OLED screens have become a top priority for researchers in India
Rajeswaran and IIT Madras are developing the initial ideas for an R&D project to manufacture OLED screens at low cost in the country.
Why you should not try to predict the future when investing
Most equity investors believe if they gather enough knowledge and apply it all, they will know what is going to happen to an investment. All of it adds up to trying to know where stock prices will head tomorrow.
From the image of a black hole to 'artificial embryos', 2019 was the year of many firsts in science
There were many firsts in the micro world of laboratories too.
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