Gravitational waves were first predicted Albert Einstein in 1916, on the basis of his theory of general relativity. Gravity waves transport energy as gravitational radiation, a form of radiant energy similar to electromagnetic radiation.

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Supercontinuum laser generation is a process where laser light is converted to light with a very broad spectral bandwidth. It is better explained as a super-wide continuous optical spectrum hence the name. The spectral broadening is usually accomplished by propagating optical pulses through a strongly nonlinear device.

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What To Do With Realistic Androids. If we are ever to realize the future portrayed in so many sci-fi movies and series such as West-World, we will need to develop synthetic muscles that can be activated by electric signals. In order to replicate ( or improve?) the flexibility of the human body, androids will a […]

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The Truth About Fingerprint Recognition. For anyone using a smartphone these days most models allow for an option to use your fingerprint to gain access to your phone instead of entering your code. The process to activate this feature involves the application learning what your fingerprint looks like when it is pressed in a variety […]

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The Question Of How Life Begins. Scientists do not know precisely how life began on earth but they do know that the abundance of water was one of the critical components involved. As man continues to explore the universe to answer the question of ” Are we alone?”, we need to be ready to find […]

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Want To Join The Mars 2020 Mission? According to NASA, barring any changes in program scope, the Mars 2020 rover will investigate a region of Mars where the ancient environment may have been favorable for microbial life, probing the Martian rocks for evidence of past life. Throughout its investigation, it will collect samples of soil […]

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New Research Into 3D Printing Human Organs and Cells. Additive manufacturing other wise known as 3D printing is starting to have a disruptive impact on many mature technologies across a large cross section of industries. Surprisingly applications for 3D technology also include health care and biomedical. What if we could “print” new body parts instead […]

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Ocean Drilling Research May Reveal New Secrets. Maybe I did not pay enough attention during geography in public school, but I thought I new all of the continents of mother earth. It turns out that I was wrong and scientists are heading out to explore it. It is the continent of Zealandia ( not Zoolander!).

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Research To Make Robots Move Faster. While two of the biggest names in tech squabble over the merits and dangers of artificial intelligence and robots, work continues around the world to make them better, cheaper and even faster. Here is one of the latest developments from the brains at MIT.

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Fear The Energy Weapon. Energy is such an important part of any successful society and economy that the threat of losing access to sufficient amounts or large increases in the cost of energy can impact the economy of the entire region. In effect energy or the threat of losing it can be considered as an […]

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