New wearable device for the throat

A groundbreaking new wearable designed to be worn on the throat could be a game changer in the field of stroke rehabilitation. Developed in the lab of Northwestern University engineering professor John A. Rogers, in partnership with Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, the sensor is the latest in Rogers’ growing portfolio of stretchable electronics that are precise … Continue reading “New wearable device for the throat”

Researchers advance CRISPR-based diagnostic tool, develop miniature paper test

The team that first unveiled the rapid, inexpensive, highly sensitive CRISPR-based diagnostic tool called SHERLOCK has greatly enhanced the tool’s power, and has developed a miniature paper test that allows results to be seen with the naked eye — without the need for expensive equipment. The work, led by researchers from the Broad Institute of … Continue reading “Researchers advance CRISPR-based diagnostic tool, develop miniature paper test”

DJI Mavic Air Drone – Ultra Portable, Compact, 3-axis Gimbal, Hands Gesture Control, 8GB on-board Storage

The Chinese Drone company DJI has released a new Drone named as “DJI Mavic Air“. This ultra-portable Drone is marketed as a smartphone-sized drone that can fit in a jacket’s pocket. Mavic Air also sports a 4K camera capable of shooting UHD video and 12 megapixel stills. New HDR algorithms help you obtain the right … Continue reading “DJI Mavic Air Drone – Ultra Portable, Compact, 3-axis Gimbal, Hands Gesture Control, 8GB on-board Storage”

Google introduces “AMP Stories” in Mobile Search and “AMP for Email” in Gmail

Google is introducing snapchat-like Stories feature to the Google Search Results page on mobile devices. Some stories are best told with text while others are best expressed through images and videos. On mobile devices, users browse lots of articles, but engage with few in-depth. Images, videos and graphics help publishers to get their readers’ attention … Continue reading “Google introduces “AMP Stories” in Mobile Search and “AMP for Email” in Gmail”

Rice scientists create patterned graphene onto food, paper, cloth, cardboard

Rice University scientists who introduced laser-induced graphene (LIG) have enhanced their technique to produce what may become a new class of edible electronics. The Rice lab of chemist James Tour, which once turned Girl Scout cookies into graphene, is investigating ways to write graphene patterns onto food and other materials to quickly embed conductive identification … Continue reading “Rice scientists create patterned graphene onto food, paper, cloth, cardboard”