Friday , April 20 2018
Home / Tech

Tech

Scientists find way to bend, stretch diamond

JK NNI NEWS  Web desk Srinagar April 20 An international team of researchers has found that diamond, the strongest of all natural materials, can bend and stretch much like rubber and snap back to its original shape. A study published on Thursday in the journal Science opened the door to a variety of diamond-based devices for applications such as sensing, …

Read More »

Nissan introduced a car without tyres,and its speed is 250km.

JK NNI NEWS  Web desk technology April 09 This car has been named 370Zki.This car will be of 330 horsepower. The car will run on the ice. Its test drive was done a few days ago, in which it was successful. This car give speed from 0 to 100 km in 5.5 seconds. Its speed at ice was 250 km.Earlier, …

Read More »

Scientists Discover Bits of the Solar System in an Antarctic Glacier

JK NNI News Rafia Bashir Science April 07   On rare calm days, the most striking thing you notice at an altitude of more than 8,000 feet on an Antarctic glacier is the silence. “There was just no sound; no air handling equipment, no leaves rustling, no bugs, no planes or cars. So quiet you just heard your heartbeat,” said …

Read More »

Astrophysicists Discover a Dozen Black Holes Orbiting Sgr A*

JK NNI News Rafia Bashir Science April 06 A Columbia University-led team of astrophysicists has discovered a dozen black holes gathered around Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*), the supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. The finding is the first to support a decades-old prediction, opening up myriad opportunities to better understand the universe. “Everything you’d ever want to …

Read More »

3D map of universe helps find 4,000 early galaxies

JK NNI NEWS  Web desk London April 05 London: Astronomers have created one of the largest 3D maps of the infant universe, and discovered about 4,000 early galaxies, many of which may have evolved like the Milky Way. Researchers led by David Sobral from Lancaster University in the UK made the chart using the Subaru telescope in Hawaii and the …

Read More »

New MIT Device Can Harvest Water From Desert Air

JK NNI News Rafia Bashir Science March 31 It seems like getting something for nothing, but you really can get drinkable water right out of the driest of desert air. Even in the most arid places on Earth, there is some moisture in the air, and a practical way to extract that moisture could be a key to survival in …

Read More »

Reliance Jio beats rivals in 4G download speed in January: Report

JK NNI News PTI Technology March 29 New Delhi: Reliance Jio has topped the chart of fastest 4G telecom operators with an average peak download speed of 21.3 megabit per second (mbps) on its network in January, according to a Trai report. Reliance Jio’s 4G download speed was more than two times of rival Bharti Airtel’s average peak speed of …

Read More »

Scientists Make an Unexpected Discovery on a Volcanic Archipelago

JK NNI News Rafia Bashir Science March 28 While people tend to describe tropical oceanic islands as ‘paradises on Earth’ and associate them with calm beaches, transparent warm waters and marvellous landscapes, archipelagos are often the product of a fierce natural force – volcanoes which erupt at the bottom of the sea. Because of their origin, these islands have never …

Read More »

Orange snow’ covers Eastern Europe. Here’s why it happened

JK NNI News Web Desk Science March 26 New Delhi: People in eastern Europe are baffled at the appearance of orange-tinted snow that has turned the mountainous regions of Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria and Romania into a Martian surface.  According to a report in the BBC, the orange colouration is caused by fine particles of sand being lifted from the Sahara …

Read More »