Ganesh Rajput

As one of the efficient writer on Fact. MR, Ganesh holds experience in the field of the technology and science domains. He is more passionate about writing latest development in nanotechnology, virtual reality, cloud technology and connected device. Which also shines through in his articles on latest technology and science field. Ganesh’s interests lie in discovering the influence of the ever-changing nature of technology on several industries and the global economy.

Climate Changes

As per the latest research by University of Guelph’s researchers, warm climate is having an adverse impact on food webs present in Ontario lakes. Researchers have identified that warmer average climate changes in the last ten years have forced fish to rummage in deeper water. They pursue various prey species, which in turn leads to environment-induced rewiring of food webs, changing the energy flow & nutrients present in the waterbody.

Pinterest

Every single day, Pinterest processes & saves millions of food, vacation, fashion photos & videos through Amazon’s cloud. Recently, in the initial public offering filing, Pinterest revealed that they are dedicated to spend around seven hundred and fifty million dollars on Amazon Web Services over a six-year period, which will get over in July 2023. Towards the end of 2018, the remaining amount was over four hundred million dollars, which

Lithium Metal Batteries

Penn State researchers recently revealed that possibility of creating rechargeable lithium metal batteries with augmented energy density, performance & safety. They are planning on using a newly created, solid-electrolyte inter-phase to accomplish this. With increasing need for advanced energy density lithium metal batteries which is used for cellphones, drones & electric vehicles. Solid electrolyte inter phase’s stability has been an important issue in stopping their development due to the presence

Infrared Cameras

Infrared Cameras have the ability to see through plastic, fog & smoke. However, infrared cameras are comparatively more expensive than visible-light ones. Infrared light’s energy is smaller as compared to visible light, which makes it difficult to capture. New advancement by University of Chicago’s scientists may someday in the future result in cost-effective infrared cameras. This may also lead to using these cameras in consumers electronics such as cellphones and

Cobalt

IMDEA Nanociencia & various European Centers’ researchers have found out that integration of cobalt with graphene provides relevant characteristics in magnetism’s field. This advancement lead to the creation of novel logic devices, which can retain large amounts of data rapidly along with decreased consumption of energy. A new technology for digitally encrypting data is spin orbitronics. It not just uses electron’s charge & its spin but even the spin’s interaction

Robotic Leg

University of Southern California’s researchers have designed a robotic leg that learns to walk by itself through trial & error, pretty much like an animal. USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s research team feel that they are the first to develop a leg inspired by animal-like tendons. The robotic leg can gain its balance after being tripped so that it doesn’t fall. The robot was never programmed to recover its footing.

Data Centers

In recent news, Microsoft is proud to announce that they have started their first African data centers in two locations – Johannesburg & Cape Town. This is done to offer South Africa with rapid access to Azure Cloud. The latest canters will be the firm’s first in the area after Huawei, who recently introduced their cloud service available in Johannesburg. It also shows that for the first time that Microsoft

Micro Robots

Researchers have used the new nanofabrication methods to develop bug-shaped micro robots that can walk, stay in rough climate, wirelessly powered, and small in size to be injected via a standard hypodermic needle. Marc Miskin came up with nanofabrication methods with his colleagues Paul McEuen, Alejandro Cortese, and Itai Cohen. He says that when he was a child, he remembers looking in a microscope and observing everything that was going

Huawei Technologies

On Thursday, Huawei Technologies filed a case against the U.S. government claiming that a regulation restricting its business in the United States was unconstitutional. Thereby, increasing its fight back against the government, persistent in its efforts to shut the firm out of global markets. The firm explains that they filed a complaint in Texas in a federal court objecting Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). In August,

Audio Bracelet

A new product called Audio Bracelet for Blind Interactions is designed specifically keeping kids in mind. It is a device, which is strapped to a kid’s wrist and it offers additional feedback for kids who are visually impaired. The bracelet is not bigger than a wristwatch and it helps to sense body motion & offer the wearer with geographical information about the location of the movement based on series of