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Light Controlled Materials: Light Controlled Microrobots Take a Leap Forward

Light Controlled Materials: Light Controlled Microrobots Take a Leap Forward

access_time November 22, 2018

Researchers at Tampere University of Technology have discovered a way to control materials through light. The researchers at the University

GeeklessTech Review: Sony A9 Capturing Life at 20 Frames per Second

GeeklessTech Review: Sony A9 Capturing Life at 20 Frames per Second

access_time September 8, 2017

Here Geekless Tech brings you a special review of the Full frame mirror less Camera Sony A9 The Sony A9

GeeklessTech Review: Acer Chromebook 15 (2017)

GeeklessTech Review: Acer Chromebook 15 (2017)

access_time October 25, 2017

There are a plethora of laptops and net books out there and the latest in the market is the Acer

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Graphene Crinkles: Research Shows Graphene Forms Electrically Charged Crinkles

access_time July 12, 2018 chat_bubble_outline 0

Graphene Crinkles formed on Graphene could open up new Opportunities Graphene has a lot of possible uses due to its

Yale Physicists Find Signs of a Time Crystal

access_time May 14, 2018 chat_bubble_outline 0

A New type of Crystal is discovered- the Time Crystal! Yes you read right, a time crystal has recently been

Engineers Invent Smart Microchip That Can Self-Start and Operate When Battery Runs Out

access_time May 8, 2018 chat_bubble_outline 0

Smart Microchip Developed With The Purpose Of Power Management A smart microchip, BATLESS has been developed by a team of

New Nanotweezers Open Door to Innovations in Medicine, Mobile Tech

access_time April 12, 2018 chat_bubble_outline 0

Nanotweezers unlocks the access to modernization in Medicine Just imagine that we easily can control nanoscale objects at our own

Self Healing Metal Oxides Could Protect Against Corrosion

access_time April 11, 2018 chat_bubble_outline 0

Researchers have found that there are metals which produce oxides which can act as a protective layer to prevent further