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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland Iceland: Eight days have passed and more than 17,000 earthquakes have been recorded in Iceland so far. The strongest earthquake was recorded at 5.6. Experts fear the quake could be triggered by volcanic activity. The strongest quake occurred on the morning of February 24 and shook buildings in the capital, Ryke J. Wick. Its intensity was 5.6. Five magnitude…
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The world's first system to detect jaundice in newborns

The world’s first system to detect jaundice in newborns Tokyo: The majority of newborns suffer from some form of jaundice. Now an easy-to-use tool for instant diagnosis. The system also monitors children’s other physical conditions. This device can be worn which is also the first wearable of its kind. As the level of cat ribbon in the blood of the majority of newborns increases, the…
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Find out the freshness of the fruit now with laser plasma

Find out the freshness of the fruit now with laser plasma Tokyo: Confirming the freshness of any fruit, from farmer to buyer, is a difficult process. But now the Shaibura Institute of Technology (SIT) in Japan has developed a state-of-the-art system specifically for mango freshness. This process examines the softness of the fruit without touching and damaging it, which is an important way to…
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The first successful experiment of hearing a robot from a locust's ear

The first successful experiment of hearing a robot from a locust’s ear Tel Aviv: The world’s first and most interesting experiment of its kind, in which a robot has been made audible using the ears of a dead locust. In this exciting experiment, scientists at Tel Aviv University have linked a locust’s ear to a regular robot, where electrical signals for hearing have reached the…
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Google started measuring earthquakes with an internet cable

Google started measuring earthquakes with an internet cable CALIFORNIA (Reuters) – Google has successfully used thousands of kilometers of Internet cables on the world’s oceans as seismometers, saying it could be used to make thousands of kilometers of stellar seismometers. Google recently laid a state-of-the-art Internet cable in the Pacific Ocean. It can measure earthquakes very…
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What was NASA's 'secret message' on the Mars parachute?

What was NASA’s ‘secret message’ on the Mars parachute? PASADINA, California: The latest US space explorer, Preservans, opened a white and red parachute to land on Mars with a “secret message” from NASA. According to the details, the US space agency “NASA” announced a few days ago after releasing the video and photos of the landing of its space mission…
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Dozens of drones flying and charging simultaneously

Dozens of drones flying and charging simultaneously Pisa, Italy: Drones with small and colorful lights are now commonplace. Such drones ask for electricity again and again, and now Italian engineers have developed a quadcopter-checking sheet at once. It is called the Flying Drone Blanket, developed by the Italian company Carlo Rati Associates in collaboration with the drone maker Flyfire. Each of…
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This hologram can also be eaten

This hologram can also be eaten Abu Dhabi: Scientists at the Khalifa University in the United Arab Emirates have developed a hologram sticker that can be eaten and digested. It should be noted that in recent years, the use of stickers such as “3D holograms” in the identification of various “real products” has been increasing as their price has been steadily declining. So…
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Pakistani science loses German assistant scholar

Pakistani science loses German assistant scholar KARACHI: The death of Dr. Wolfgang Foulter, a leading German scientist and professor at the University of Tbingen, has deprived Pakistan of a sympathetic and helpful scholar of international science. In this regard, a condolence reference was held at Karachi University ICCB on Monday to pay tribute to the services of the German scientist for…
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Groundwater filters 40 million tons of human waste annually

Groundwater filters 40 million tons of human waste annually LONDON: Groundwater and its components filter around 38 million tonnes of human waste every year and would cost trillions of rupees if commercial plants were set up to treat it. Allison Parker of Cranefield University in the UK and her colleagues have inspected toilets in 48 cities in Africa, Asia, North and South America. They estimate…
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