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Schiphol airport to introduce ultraviolet scanners

Delta R shoe scanner designed to guard against a horrifically lethal potential threat
Irish Times

It's dopamine in brain that helps in bonding

it's dopamine in brain that helps in bonding
* Representational picture* *New York:* In a first, researchers have found that neurotransmitter dopamine -- a chemical that acts in various brain systems to spark the motivation necessary to work..

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News video: UV camera reveals invisible skin damage

UV camera reveals invisible skin damage 02:54

A cool video has emerged of two photographers who have teamed up to experiment how Ultraviolet light reacts to various skin tones
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News video: Could a 'smart mirror' replace your doctor for disease diagnosis?

Could a 'smart mirror' replace your doctor for disease diagnosis? 04:20

When you look into a Wize Mirror, it looks back at you. It is a prototype of a smart mirror that detects disease symptoms. The mirror’s reflective surface has a touch interface which allows the..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Distant Galaxies Offer Clues To The Early Universe

Distant Galaxies Offer Clues To The Early Universe 01:09

LIGHTEN UP Two cosmic magnifying glasses are giving astronomers a glimpse of some extremely faint galaxies that existed as far back as 600 million years after the Big Bang (13.8 billion years ago)...
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News video: NASA's Latest Breakthrough Is Paint

NASA's Latest Breakthrough Is Paint 00:52

NASA’s Ames Research Center is using a substance known as “unsteady pressure sensitive” paint. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
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News video: An Umbrella is Not a Substitute for Sunscreen

An Umbrella is Not a Substitute for Sunscreen 01:09

Hitting the beach? An umbrella may not be enough to prevent sunburn, according to new research. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
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Xiaomi launches a pair of sunglasses priced around Rs 2,000, here’s everything you need to know

Xiaomi’s smartphones may already be well known in the industry, but the Chinese company is also known for its ecosystem of smart products. These days, the company seems to be working towards making..
BGR India

HexaTech and OSRAM Announce Strategic Relationship

hexatech and osram announce strategic relationship
*Business Wire India*HexaTech Inc. announced today the signing of two strategic agreements with OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, of Regensburg, Germany. The agreements include a long term supply..
Business Wire India

Plea in HC to use black film on car windows on medical ground

A man, suffering from a rare genetic disorder caused by ultraviolet (UV) light, today moved the Delhi High Court for using solar control black films in his car despite the apex court's verdict banning..

Samsung plans mass production of 7nm chipsets early 2018 ahead of Galaxy S9 launch

In the current mobile chipset manufacturing scene, Samsung is not only mass producing its own Exynos chipsets based on 10mn fabrication process, but also mass producing the Snapdragon 835 SoCs for..
BGR India

NASA proposes 'Ice Home' design for future Mars explorers

The first explorers on Mars may build their homes using the ice beneath their feet to effectively protect them from the harsh martian environment and provide a safe place to call home, NASA scientists..

Scientists develop new ultrasound technique to 'see' inside live cells

Researchers have developed a new technique that uses sound rather than light to see inside live cells, an advance that may have potential applications in stem-cell transplants and cancer..

Scientists develop James Bond-style erasable, rewritable chips

Scientists have developed a new material that could lead to James Bond-style erasable and rewritable optical chips whose contents can be instantly erased wirelessly. The researchers used a green..

Galaxy forming from cold soup of gas spotted

Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have spotted a giant galaxy - seen as it was more than 10 billion years ago - forming from a surprisingly-dense cold soup of molecular gas. "This is..

Rural post offices lacking counterfeit detection machines

*Rural post offices of Odisha, the lifeline of the rural economy in the state, witnessed chaotic scenes due to absence of machines to detect counterfeit notes, making it difficult to exchange..
Deccan Herald

Low Vitamin D levels may increase risk of bladder cancer

low vitamin d levels may increase risk of bladder cancer
*London*: Individuals with Vitamin D deficiency can be at an increased risk of developing bladder cancer, a study has warned. Vitamin D, which is produced by the body through exposure to sunshine,..

New rewritable material to help reduce paper waste

Scientists have developed a low-cost, environmentally friendly way to create printed materials with rewritable paper that can considerably reduce paper wastage. Researchers Ting Wang, Dairong Chen..

SoBo movement centre uses music and theatre for therapy

sobo movement centre uses music and theatre for therapy
*The centre is funded by Dr Neha Kothari (in action) and has a team of four therapists, two physiotherapists as well as psychologists; but creative and performing arts stand out as prefects at the..

UV light can improve the efficiency of smartphone cameras

Treating photodetectors — used in systems and devices from smartphones to space stations — with ultraviolet light can improve the efficiency of cameras, researchers say. Together with colleagues..
BGR India Also reported by •DNA

NASA's MAVEN reveals why Mars is devoid of water

After investigating the upper atmosphere of the red planet for a full martian year, NASA's MAVEN mission has determined that the escaping water does not always go gently into space. Sophisticated..

dna Tech Reads: From NASA's ultraviolet images of Martian atmosphere to Qualcomm's three new smartphone processors

Catch up on the latest and coolest sci-tech news you missed!

NASA’s MAVEN mission shows images of ultraviolet glow in Mars

NASA’s MAVEN mission has returned images showing the ultraviolet glow from the Martian atmosphere in unprecedented detail, revealing dynamic, previously invisible behavior. They include the first..
BGR India

NASA probe beams back ultraviolet images of Martian atmosphere

In a first, NASA's MAVEN spacecraft has beamed back ultraviolet images of Mars that unveils dynamic, previously invisible activities in the atmosphere of the red planet such as change in ozone levels..

Don't miss amazing ultraviolet view of Mars

newKerala.com Also reported by •Oneindia

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