Rechargeable Lithium Battery Made Possible by Chemists

By | December 24, 2018

The dream of making lithium battery rechargeable due to its high theoretical energy density and their less weight came true. The chemist from the University of Waterloo successfully solved the issues of chemistry and stability. Thus they have created a near 100 percent coulombic efficient working rechargeable battery. Based on their study, they found four… Read More »

Chemchina and Sinochem massive collaboration in China

By | December 24, 2018

The Chinese soil is going to witness a massive collaboration of chemical and oil giants in the coming weeks. China National Chemical Corporation aka Chemchina is to be merged with Sinochem. Top executives sorted out the legal issues of a collaboration of the two industrial giants which took around two years. The Chinese authorities have… Read More »

Robotics to be integrated with the Internet of things (IoT)

By | December 19, 2018

Internet of things is an evolutionary word in the technology world. It makes our lives comfortable and easy by sending and receiving information among objects with internet connections. It is revolutionizing the residential, commercial and industrial sector. Voice controlled speakers; smart temperature sensors are making our home smart. Alexa is a fine example for IoT… Read More »

Tech Companies Attracted To East Coast Talents

By | December 19, 2018

Google, Apple, and Amazon are the top tech companies in the competitive technology field. They are mostly grown in their hometown of United States of America (USA). Now they are expanding in terms of space and marketplace. The top technology companies are expanding their offices towards East coast of USA in search of talent. There… Read More »

WACKER and Fuji Polymers Tie Up For Pioneering Thermal Interface Material

By | December 19, 2018

The 11th international Automotive Electronics Technology Expo 2019 will be held in Tokyo, Japan. The expo starts from January 16th, 2019. This technology expo will witness the Presentation of components based on Elastosil®. This innovative highly efficient thermal interface material is from WACKER and Fuji Polymers collaboration. These components are used in electronic devices and… Read More »

Premature Babies Are Given Caffeine Treatment for Better Development

By | December 19, 2018

Premature babies are monitored and given the best care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). These babies face development issues like brain development, weight gain, hearing, eyesight, lung function etc. until they grow up. The researchers from the University of Calgary, Canada have found that a daily dose of caffeine boosts the brain development… Read More »

Dementia among Old People Have Raised In India

By | December 19, 2018

Dementia is the decline in memory and other thinking skills which results in failure of daily activities of a person. It is prevalent among elderly people. This disease is rising at an alarming level in the world particularly in India from 1990 to 2016. This study was published in a neurological journal Lancet. The study… Read More »

ABB’s Power Grid Business Goes to Hitachi

By | December 19, 2018

Swiss-based engineering company ABB is selling its 80% stake from power grid business to Hitachi. The deal is worth $11 billion dollars. Hitachi is a Japanese company into power grid business will become a major player after the acquisition. $7.6 to $7.8 billion will be given to the shareholders after the deal. The shareholders will… Read More »