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September 2016 - The Art of Engineering

Monthly archives: September, 2016

Protecting Environment by the Use of Nanoengineering

Most efforts to turn back the superficially never-ending attack of climate change emphasize the paramountcy of eliminating carbon dioxide emissions. But with the Ecumenical Carbon Budget estimating that annual carbon dioxide emissions have grown by over three billion tonnes in 2015, it is pellucid that current emission-combative strategies are failing. An incipient study published by …

Creation of 3D Brain Models Using Biomedical Engineering as a Tool

Scientific researchers converted human fibroblasts and adipose-derived stem cells into stable, human induced neural stem cell (hiNSC) lines that acquire the features of active neurons within as few as four days, compared to the typical four weeks. The neural stem cells are hardy, can be frozen, passaged indefinitely, and have unique attributes that sanction them …

Cloud Like Appearances Discovered on Saturn Moon– NASA

Titan (or Saturn VI) is the most sizably voluminous moon of Saturn. It is the only moon kenned to have a dense atmosphere and the only object other than Earth where clear evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid has been found. Titan is the sixth ellipsoidal moon from Saturn. Frequently described as a planet-like …

Restructure and Redesigning of Landscape due to Tectonic Shifts

The deteriorating amount of renewable energy, efforts to discourse climate change and the propagation of sizably voluminous data are key trends upsetting the way  grid has operated for the last 100 years. Those trends were accentuated by industrialists from different industries and academies. “It’s a tectonic shift that’s transpiring,” the  ecumenical economic magnification, and the …

Kepler’s Space-craft Mission: A Latest News

The Kepler Space Telescope, NASA’s foremost planet predator, is about to speed up for planets toward the center of the galaxy.  Latest news arises, that its new mission was set to inaugurate the observatory giving astronomers a temporary emergency state that prevented mission supervisors from connecting with the spacecraft. Though, Kepler was talking to Earth again, and …

Paper Electronics: A Novel Approach by Laser Treatment Process

Engineers have led development of a laser-treatment process that sanctions them to utilize printed graphene for electric circuits and electrodes, even on paper and other frangible surfaces. The technology could lead to many authentic-world, low-cost applications for printed graphene electronics, including sensors, fuel cells and medical contrivances. As we all are aware that graphene is …