Mind-controlled Wheelchair Developed
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Mind-controlled Wheelchair Developed

US scientists have developed a machine that enables people to navigate a robotic wheelchair through their thoughts. “In some severely disabled people, even blinking is not possible,” said…

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‘Heart in a box’ Revive Hearts After Death, keeps beating until transplanted
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‘Heart in a box’ Revive Hearts After Death, keeps beating until transplanted

BY MAYA KAMATH Researchers develop ‘Heart in a box’ device to keep the heart alive for transplant even after it stopped beating in its original body Transplant surgeons in…

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NASA and Arx Pax have entered a Space Act agreement To Build A Magnetic Tractor Beam
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NASA and Arx Pax have entered a Space Act agreement To Build A Magnetic Tractor Beam

A Californian hoverboard company Arx Pax announced that it has entered into a Space Act Agreement withNASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) which aims to build real life hover engines for space…

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Wild Inflatable Space Elevator Idea Could Lift People 12 Miles Up
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Wild Inflatable Space Elevator Idea Could Lift People 12 Miles Up

Space enthusiasts and sci-fi fans, rejoice: The space elevator may be one step closer to reality. A Canadian space company was recently awarded a patent for a space…

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Drones to Control Man-Animal Conflict Around Indian Forests
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Drones to Control Man-Animal Conflict Around Indian Forests

If things go according to plan, drones may soon come to the rescue of those caught in conflict with wild animals. Scientists at the Wildlife Institute of India…

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Oxytocin spray to treat obesity
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Oxytocin spray to treat obesity

The hormone oxytocin in a nasal spray form may be used to treat obesity. The spray reduced caloric intake in healthy men, particularly consumption of fatty foods, after…

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11 year old cancer survivor invents “chemo” backpack
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11 year old cancer survivor invents “chemo” backpack

An 11-year-old who fought and survived cancer three years ago has made it her mission to help other kids fighting the disease. Kylie Simonds, from Naugatuck, Connecticut, was…

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Deciphering nature to drought-proof rice
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Deciphering nature to drought-proof rice

RICE is a staple of the daily diet for up to three billion people, mostly in Asia. But as population growth creates more hungry mouths, climate change is…

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Cancer detector in palm of every hand
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Cancer detector in palm of every hand

NEW technology could soon change the way people monitor their skin for signs of cancer. Scientists are exploring whether a small, but powerful magnifying device equipped with a polarising…

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Artificial heart that skips the beat
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Artificial heart that skips the beat

About 11 million people suffer from heart disease worldwide. Few families have not been touched by it. For those at the most advanced stages, a heart transplant is…

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