Sony’s Smart Contact Lens Records and Plays Video by blinking eyes

In recent years, many people are using contact lenses for correcting vision problems, and some people are using it for changing the appearances of their eyes, i-e changing the color of their eyes. Now Sony has published a patent for a new kind of Smart Contact Lens that can record and play Videos by blinking … Continue reading “Sony’s Smart Contact Lens Records and Plays Video by blinking eyes”

Making Electronics out of Coal

MIT Researchers have proved that the natural resource “Coal” is more than just a fuel source, by successfully creating electronics components out of coal. Even though coal has been one of the most widely used substances by human beings for centuries, its bulk electronic and optical properties had never really been studied for the purpose … Continue reading “Making Electronics out of Coal”

Microscope uses Artificial Intelligence to find cancer cells more efficiently

Scientists at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA have developed a new technique for identifying cancer cells in blood samples faster and more accurately than the current standard methods. In one common approach to testing for cancer, doctors add biochemicals to blood samples. Those biochemicals attach biological “labels” to the cancer cells, and those labels … Continue reading “Microscope uses Artificial Intelligence to find cancer cells more efficiently”

Graphene-coated solar panel generates Electricity from Rain Drops

Scientists in China are developing a new kind of solar panel that could be used to generate power from rain drops. By using a thin layer of highly conductive graphene, the solar cell could effectively harness power from rain. The salt contained in rain separates into ions (ammonium, calcium and sodium), making graphene and natural … Continue reading “Graphene-coated solar panel generates Electricity from Rain Drops”

E-skin for monitoring body’s oxygen level

University of Tokyo researchers have developed an ultrathin, ultraflexible, protective layer and demonstrated its use by creating an air-stable, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. This technology will enable creation of e-skin i-e electronic skin displays of blood oxygen level, e-skin heart rate sensors for athletes and many other applications. Integrating electronic devices with the human … Continue reading “E-skin for monitoring body’s oxygen level”