Category: Science & Technology

An app that shows anemia just by looking at the eye

An app that shows anemia just by looking at the eye Tests will no longer be needed for hemoglobin deficiency in the blood, and soon an app will be able to detect this condition, which is commonly called anemia. All

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Self-cooking oven by scanning recipe

Self-cooking oven by scanning recipe Cooking at home is a daily challenge. To solve this problem, a smart oven has been developed that scans the ingredients of the food and its cooking recipe and prepares the food itself. Named the

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The bones of an 8-foot-tall kangaroo and a 20-foot-long lizard have been discovered in Australia

The bones of an 8-foot-tall kangaroo and a 20-foot-long lizard have been discovered in Australia QUEENSLAND: Experts have announced that the world’s largest kangaroo, 8 feet tall and weighing 600 pounds (274 kilograms), was present in Australia 40,000 years ago.

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Light emitting mask in case of corona virus

Light emitting mask in case of corona virus Boston: Can a mask detect corona virus on its own?The answer to this interesting question is yes, and the credit for this invention goes to the heads of the Massachusetts Institute of

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Popularity of “Corona Hairstyle” in Kenya

Popularity of “Corona Hairstyle” in Kenya Millions of people around the world have lost their jobs due to quarantine and lockdown due to corona virus, but in the same circumstances, the barbers of Kabira, the largest slum in Kenya, have

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The use of ‘robotic dogs’ to keep distance between people

The use of ‘robotic dogs’ to keep distance between people Singapore: This dog does not bite or bark because it is designed to keep people socially apart in Singapore. Singapore has recently experimentally deployed some robotic dogs in parks and

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