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ladies with henna all over their hands and feet (let us not forget the scalp) is a common sight these days, be it for festivals or wedding functions. how many of us have seen the white henna designs on the arms and hands of modern babes? not many, right. time to know and befriend this new-kid-on-the...



the science of cryopreserving the human body




a small group of companies are offering an alternative to the traditional options that follow death: preserving corpses by freezing your body for future scientists to revive. but is this even possible?



nl fares well on eu innovative list, but europe trails asia, us




the netherlands is the fifth most innovative country in europe, surpassing germany for the first time, according to a list published by the european commissionon tuesday.the top six countries on the commission’s list are at least 20% more innovative than the european average, the financieele dagbl...



designer viruses stimulate the immune system to fight cancer




image: this is a view of a modified lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (lcmv). view more credit: © unige / doron merklerswiss scientists from the university of geneva (unige), switzerland, and the university of basel have created artificial viruses that can be used to target cancer. these designe...



htc u11: perfect if you want smartphone with brilliant camera, audio output




taiwanese smartphone maker htc’s latest, the ‘squeezable’ htc u11, appears to have all qualities of the flagship breed – several technological innovations with powerful innards in a compact body. in the premium segment, the htc u11 not only offers top-of-the line specifications but also inno...



total-body pet: maximizing sensitivity for clinical research and patient care




reston, va. - the new total-body pet/ct scanner could revolutionize our understanding and treatment of disease through analysis of better imaging data from the whole body. in the journal of nuclear medicine (jnm) featured january article, scientists at the university of california, davis (uc davis),...



fire breaks out at innovative film city in bidadi




a major fire broke out in the innovative film city, bidadi, ramanagara district in the wee hours of thursday. there is no report of casualties yet.the fire broke out at 3:00 am and a major part of the museum were gutted in the fire. the fire also reached the sets of kannada bigg boss.seven fire tend...



this is uber's first air taxi prototype




the design looks a bit like a drone, with multiple propellors and stacked rotors to allow for vertical takeoff and landing. the body of air taxi is reminiscent of the fuselage of a plane, rather than a helicopter. the aircraft will run on electricity, rather than fuel, so it will be quieter, more ef...



smart textiles use body heat to power devices as you exercise




new research is paving the way to power our devices by powering up our fitness.thermal energy and solar energy are not new, but as researchers have learnt more about how to harvest that energy and convert it into power, they turned their attention to turning body heat into electricity. jun chen sugg...



report: google is buying innovative camera startup lytro for $40 million




share this story the first-gen lytro camera, released in 2012. lytro the lytro illum, a second-gen light-field camera with a more traditional form factor. with the pivot to vr come crazy camera setups like this, the "lytro immerge 2.0." it captures 3d vr video. the lytro cinema is a super-sized ligh...



temple hospital offering innovative approach to treat patients with complex temp




(philadelphia, pa) -- temple university hospital is offering an innovative approach to treat patients with complex temporal bone defects, including conditions known as tegmen dehiscence and temporal encephalocele (te). the temporal bones are a pair of bones that form part of the side of the skull. t...



7 reasons innovation may fail | hr exchange network




when a company uses the term innovation, what comes to mind?any number of things i would imagine. in fact, i know. i’ve been doing quite a bit of research lately around the topic of developing an innovative workplace culture. i’ve spoken to a lot of hr professionals in the process. some of the a...



nanoscale 'abacus' uses pulses of light instead of wooden beads to perform calcu




the quest to develop ever-faster and more powerful computers has led to one of the most rudimentary methods of counting being given a 21st century make-over.an international team of researchers, including professor c. david wright from the university of exeter, have developed a nanoscale optical 'ab...



study: pro-diversity policies make companies more innovative and profitable




while some may see corporate diversity initiatives as nothing more than glitzy marketing campaigns, a psu business school professor's research shows that companies that hire a more diverse set of employees are rewarded with a richer pipeline of innovative products and a stronger financial position.



3-d scanning with water | eurekalert! science news




image: 3-d scanning using dip transform. the object is dipped in water (left) using a robot arm, acquiring a dip transform by which the object is reconstructed (right). the team's method... view more credit: courtesy of acm siggraph 2017chicago, july 21, 2017--a global team of computer scientists ...



ten things you need to know today: tuesday 4 jul 2017




an increasing number of charities are going beyond traditional models of fundraising and distribution to come up with creative ways to improve the lives of those in need, both at home and abroad.facing cuts to their government grants, more social initiatives are going "back to the drawing board" to ...



presstv-'10 more senses may hold key to happy life'




uk pain specialist chris eccleston has underscored ten physical attributes that he says are being neglected in the diagnosis of disease by traditional doctors.speaking at the australian and new zealand college of anesthetists’ (anzca) annual scientific meeting in brisbane, australia on saturday, p...



presstv-iranian man create innovative things from scraps




©presstvsaeed akbari is a creative iranian welder living in northeastern city of tabas. he uses scraps to create innovative things. from helicopter mock-ups and to fake machine guns and aquariums.



resolving to have a happier, healthier 2018? reshape your body attitudes




image: fsu psychology professor pamela keel's thoughts on the traditional new year's resolutions: "i think a better resolution, instead of trying to change your body, is to change your attitudes about... view more credit: fsu photography servicesput together a list of new year's resolutions yet?ev...



from not innovating to innovating: changing your workplace culture




creating an innovative workplace culture is riddled with challenges.when taking on the project transforming your company’s workplace culture into that of an innovative culture, the first challenge is making innovation a strategic imperative and a core competency.“any culture change is difficult to



what is innovation, and how can we awaken its dormant traits and cultivate them?




tampa, fla. (mar. 10, 2017) - what innovation is and how it can be cultivated are two of the compelling questions raised in a paper exploring the potential for fostering innovation in students in the new issue of technology and innovation, journal of the national academy of inventors® (full text). ...



how to reduce body heat naturally




while the temperatures outside soar, chances are that the body would heat up, since it is exposed to the sun’s scorching rays. in addition to that, it could be the foods you eat which heat the body up- spicy foods, alcohol based foods and alcohol too, caffeine to a large extent as well should be a...



ultra-thin optical fibers offer new way to 3-d print microstructures




for the first time, researchers have shown that an optical fiber as thin as a human hair can be used to create microscopic structures with laser-based 3d printing. the innovative approach might one day be used with an endoscope to fabricate tiny biocompatible structures directly into tissue inside t...



presstv-impact of modernity on traditional values




no doubt, that traditions are an important part of a society. for so many people the process of modernization is an equivalent of losing their long known old traditions and traditional values. in this episode of press plus, we will learn how to make a balance between living in the modern age and k...



interior design love: singapore's suzette dessert bar




from london to los angeles, sydney to san francisco, loft-living as a hip alternative to the traditional dwelling option. with more and more creative and innovative design forces restoring historic warehouse buildings left to rot, the number of chic lofts cropping up globally was just enough to insp...