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Trending Healthcare

A patch as a solution to hydration
A hydra patch may be especially helpful when you are exercising. Exercise often causes sweating as a way to release heat from the body and this new patch could replenish the electrolytes and essential nutrients necessary to manage your body's hydration. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/u-ade-hydrapatch-the-future-of-hydration
22nd January 2020 by IdeaSpies 1 Comments
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https://www.statnews.com/2020/01/24/dna-sleuths-read-coronavirus-genome-tracing-origins-and-mutations

 
26th January 2020 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Industrial

Recycling nuclear waste into batteries
Scientists are attempting to transform nuclear waste into batteries that can last for thousands of years.Next-generation
26th January 2020 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Artistic

Valentine's Day Tree
This Christmas tree got a whole new life by becoming a Valentine's Day tree.  See it at the Cooperage Inn in Baiting Hollow, NY
26th January 2020 by sabrabrock 1 Comments
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Wellbeing

Stop sending "thank you" emails to slow down global warming
Every email you send consumes electricity and adds a tiny amount of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Since there are so many of us, and each one sends many emails a day, our combined email carbon footprint is enormous. The easiest way to trim it is to stop sending useless emails, such as 'thank' messages. Here's what a British survey found:1 email=1g of CO264 million Britons won't mind not receiving 70% unnecessary emails sent daily in the UK16,433 tonnes  emissions would be cut cut if each Briton sends 1 less email a dayThat's equivalent to cancelling 81,152 London-Madrid flights,or 88,270 Delhi-Mumbai flights
25th January 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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Industrial

*FASTag like technology Fastlane for petrol pumps gains momentum
A FASTag-like technology called Fastlane is being rolled out in some petrol pumps in India. It was developed by Mumbai-based startup AGS Transact Technologies LtdCurrently, there are more than 120 Fastlane-enabled HPCL petrol pumps in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Pune. Many more are in the pipeline.A RFID reader on the fuel nozzle tells the petrol pump attendant how much petrol or diesel a consumer wants to buy, who then refills the car tank accordingly. This enables users to drive out quickly without the hassle of bill payment.
25th January 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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