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There are numerous inventions yet to happen. We might see technological breakthrough in fields as superconductivity, quantum computers, batteries. Superconductivity is a phenomenon of exactly zero electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic fields occurring in certain materials when cooled below a characteristic critical temperature.
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The new line, called Core M is manufactured using a 14nm process. The 14nm process will let PC makers build much thinner and lighter devices. The new move from Intel's prior 22-nanometer chip, dubbed haswell to 14-nanameter chip not only makes device more power efficient but also opens a new era of fanless laptops.
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Capacitor can acts as a charge storage device which can discharge in a fraction of second. It blocks the DC when fully charged but always allows AC to pass. The main parts of capacitor are dielectric and conducting plates. Dielectrics has high permittivity and they are very thin. So plates of capacitors can be placed very close to each other. As a result, dielectric acts to increase the capacitor's charge capacity as well as to reduce size of capacitor.
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Instead of using a catalyst, two simultaneous chemical process occurs to produce hydrogen and it can achieved at a fraction of cost. A small amount of hydrogen mixed with ammonia is sufficient to provide combustion in a conventional car engine. Ammonia decomposition reactor no bigger than a 2-litre bottle will provide enough hydrogen to run a mid-range family car.
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By moving each actuator, inFORM can move the pin, allowing for a wide range of interactions. A projector mounted above the surface provides context to the shape shifting pins, giving them color and highlighting depth. In a video released by MIT, the table is shown moving a ball, displaying 3D charts, and giving an extremely visible smartphone notification.
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Mind-controlled exoskeletons will stand up from their wheelchair and make the opening kickoff. The technology used to do this springs from a close collaboration between Nicolelis the neuroscientist, and electrical engineer Gordon Cheng.

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A camshaft is a shaft to which a cam is fastened or of which a cam forms an integral part. So how camshaft works? You know about the valves that let the air/fuel mixture into the engine and the exhaust out of the engine. The camshaft uses lobes (called cams) that push against the valves to open them as the camshaft rotates; springs on the valves return them to their closed position which allows air in and exhaust out.
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Google has now built a completely self-driving car. The Google self-driving car doesn't include a steering wheel or pedals at all. It simply has an on/off switch; a small screen to show you the route, weather, and 2 seats + seat belts. The car has a range of 100 miles on a full charge, according to Google, and is limited to a max speed of 25 mph (40 km/h). It looks nothing like the self-driving cars Google has tested for years, as those were adaptations of conventional vehicles.
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Modern batteries are not Eco-friendly and they tend to die more quickly than just about any other part of the car. And when they die they must be disposed of carefully to avoid harming the environment. Now, a star-studded Japanese startup called Power Japan Plus (PJP) promises to fix that problem — literally, it promises that this technology will revolutionize the world of battery technology providing longer lifespan, more power, reducing cost and charge times while reducing environmental impacts.
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An artificial bionic ankle designed by Hugh Herr, an associate professor of media arts and sciences at MIT Media Lab is made of chips and sensors that work together to adjust ankle stiffness, power, position, and damping thousands of times per second, at two major positions: First, at heel strike, the system controls the ankle’s stiffness to absorb shock and thrust the tibia forward. Then, algorithms generate fluctuating power, depending on terrain, to propel a wearer up and forward.
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In recent years, scientists have investigated generating electrical power using nano-structures. In particular, they have looked at generating electricity when ionic fluids—a liquid with charged ions in it—are pushed through a system with a pressure gradient. However, the ability to harvest the generated electricity has been limited because it requires a pressure gradient to drive ionic fluid through a small tube. But scientists have now found that dragging small droplets of salt water on strips of graphene generates electricity without the need for pressure gradients.
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The folks behind this Mini Mobile Robotic Pocket Sized Printer want to revolutionize the mobile office. Instead of carrying a page-wide device that has to pull paper through it, this little marvel will instead print directly on a piece of paper while it rolls around on top of it. The prototype prints around 1.2 pages per minute at 96 x 112 dpi but the final version will be better, says Zuta Labs. Not bad for a 300g, 10 x 11cm bot.