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Future Fuel is from Sewage, Unfolds New Technology

It may sound weird but wastewater treatment plants across the world may one day turn ordinary sewage into biocrude oil, said new research at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The technology, hydrothermal liquefaction, mimics the geological conditions the Earth uses to create crude oil, using high pressure and temperature to achieve in minutes something that takes Mother ...

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Wireless Charging, A Game Changer for Google Self-Driving Cars

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has announced that it is testing new ground for wireless charging of its self-driving pod in Kirkland location that will revolutionize the way self-driving cars charge themselves without manual wired charging, taking another leap forward in its future driving project. Google has already filed details of the project with the US Federal communication Commissionabout its plan to ...

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Laser Wall Technology to Fence Border, Stop Infiltration Completely from Pakistan Soon

A laser wall technology developed by the Border Security Force will cover about 40 vulnerable unfenced stretches like riverines along Punjab border with Pakistan soon as the Indian home ministry has given a go-ahead to the project. A laser beam over a river, whenever somebody tries to breach, will set off a loud siren alerting the force to deter any ...

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Scars on Mars Landing Spot Intensify NASA Search for New Landing Technology on Planets

When NASA landed its Curiosity Rover on Mars in August 2012, it did create a dark blast zone, huge enough to observe from the satellite above in the orbit and surprisingly it is seen fast eroding as the latest pictures suggest. “Curiosity (has) created these dark blast zone patterns where bright dust was blown away by the landing,” said Ingrid ...

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Nilekani pitches for smart phones with iris cameras to take over soon

With biometric sensors becoming popular and within the reach, former Aadhaar Card chief and Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani has predicted emergence of smart phones with iris cameras for authentication. “As biometric sensors get popular and cheaper, the next generation of smart phones will have iris cameras built into them. In a year or two, we will have sub-$100 smart phones ...

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