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Aug 19, 2019

‘Social networks’ could tease new particles out of collider data

Posted by in categories: innovation, particle physics

Physics World represents a key part of IOP Publishing’s mission to communicate world-class research and innovation to the widest possible audience. The website forms part of the Physics World portfolio, a collection of online, digital and print information services for the global scientific community.

Aug 14, 2019

Crystallized Drugs to Protect Implants from Immune Attack

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

Heart & Diabetes Conference is delighted to welcome you at the “International Conference on Heart & Diabetes” scheduled on August 19–20, 2019 at Osaka, Japan based on the Theme “Innovations Of New Treatment In Diabetes & Heart Diseases”.

Heart & Diabetes Conference 2019 targets to carry out multidisciplinary research in Diabetes & Heart Diseases. Our main motto is to highlight the innovative treatments which are involved for cure of these Diseases.

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Aug 14, 2019

Priority to US33586481A

Posted by in categories: energy, innovation

The invention is an improved piston engine, either two stroke or four stroke. In one, two stroke, one cylinder embodiment, the improvement comprises two springs connecting between the piston and the base of the piston. These springs are relatively relaxed when the crank is at top dead center. Then during the power/intake stroke, some of the fuel’s energy is delivered to the crankshaft and some is used to compress the springs. The stored energy in the springs is delivered to the crankshaft during the exhaust/compression stroke while the springs return to their relatively relaxed condition. As a result, energy is delivered to the crankshaft during both strokes of the cycle, and the engine runs smooth.

In one, four stroke, two cylinder embodiment, each cylinder has springs as described above, the cranks of each cylinder are aligned, and the cam sets one cylinder in the power stroke while the other is in the intake stroke. As a result, the engine runs smooth because energy is delivered to the crankshaft during all four strokes of the cycle, during two of the strokes by the burning fuel and during the other two by the release of energy in the springs. In both embodiments, a heavy crankshaft is not needed because of the more uniform power delivery.

Aug 14, 2019

Light can scatter from light, CERN physicists confirm

Posted by in categories: innovation, physics

Physics World represents a key part of IOP Publishing’s mission to communicate world-class research and innovation to the widest possible audience. The website forms part of the Physics World portfolio, a collection of online, digital and print information services for the global scientific community.

Aug 12, 2019

Space travel breakthrough: Spacecraft which could cover 3.6m miles per day passes test

Posted by in categories: innovation, space travel

A SPACESHIP which is so fast it could travel 3.6 million miles per day has been successfully tested in Earth orbit.

Aug 11, 2019

Supergravity theory wins scientists $3M Breakthrough Prize

Posted by in categories: innovation, quantum physics

The scientists who came up with the theory of supergravity in the 1970s are $3 million richer.

The trio, physicists Sergio Ferrara, Daniel Z. Freedman and Peter van Nieuwenhuizen, won the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, according to a statement Wednesday.

Supergravity is described in the prize announcement as a theory in which, “quantum variables are part of the description of the geometry of spacetime.”

Aug 8, 2019

Quantum teleportation, FLASH radiotherapy and the end of electricity from coal

Posted by in categories: innovation, quantum physics

Physics World represents a key part of IOP Publishing’s mission to communicate world-class research and innovation to the widest possible audience. The website forms part of the Physics World portfolio, a collection of online, digital and print information services for the global scientific community.

Aug 5, 2019

List of Nikola Tesla patents

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Nikola Tesla was an inventor who obtained around 300 patents[1] worldwide for his inventions. Some of Tesla’s patents are not accounted for, and various sources have discovered some that have lain hidden in patent archives. There are a minimum of 278 patents[1] issued to Tesla in 26 countries that have been accounted for. Many of Tesla’s patents were in the United States, Britain, and Canada, but many other patents were approved in countries around the globe.[2] Many inventions developed by Tesla were not put into patent protection.

Aug 4, 2019

The Next Breakthrough in Computer Control: Plant-Fondling

Posted by in categories: computing, innovation

It’s an intruiging technology. All it takes to set up is burying a sensor in the plant’s dirt, and it works for living and non-living things alike. Given that the experience is going to be wildly different depending on the plant, it’s not like this would be useful for doing anything with accuracy. But for doing weird, unique things (while fondling plants) it’s perfect.


In this era of Kinect, Wii, and Leap, everyone wants to capitalize on motion control. Disney still likes physical peripherals, like houseplants for example.

Aug 4, 2019

Founders: A wonderful news on the creation of an organisation, Academy for Health and Lifespan Research, founded by the giants in aging and healthy life extension research: …

Posted by in categories: innovation, life extension

Inaugural Academy for Health and Lifespan Research (AHLR) …towards achieving the goal of not just accelerating longevity research, but making sure that its implications are accessible to all…”


The Academy is comprised of an elite group of world-renowned researchers, scientists and clinicians, all united toward making breakthroughs in longevity both accelerated & accessible.

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