Category Archives: Science & Technology

A refreshing sensor

Alcohol may come in a variety of different forms, from fine wine to cold ciders; the environment and situation which one consumes alcohol may vary   more

Roam freely

This month, June 2017, mobile network service providers aim to remove roaming charges throughout the Europe Union. This seems to mean telephone calls, sending text messages and   more

A miracle material

Scientists from Queens University Belfast have published new research, which suggests the discovery of a new material, which may revolutionise the face of smartphones. In   more

Holographic electronics

Holographic technology is a concept which seems to be straight from science fiction the way it projects 3D light images. These projections may be used   more

Aromatic allegations

Human beings seem to have five key senses, these being sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. Certain individuals may suggest humans have more senses than   more

A genetic discovery

In a collaborative study, led by University College London (UCL) in partnership with Imperial College London, two institutes set out to study the metabolic condition   more

A cardiovascular evaluation

The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body, a muscular organ responsible for circulating blood around the body. The function   more

A charitable concept

With the numerous options to support charities available, certain retailers aim to make supporting a charity easier by automatically donating a portion of each purchase.   more

Genetic data storage

In human beings and other organisms, there is a hereditary material in each cell known as deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA as it is more commonly   more

An artificial bluff

The term artificial intelligence or A.I, as it’s often abbreviated, is used to describe a form of intelligence demonstrated by computer systems. This definition seems   more

An assistant in the clouds

Seattle, USA, based Fortune 500 company Amazon.com Inc first launched its website in October 1998. With a considerable catalogue, ranging from Health and Beauty to Car   more