CO2Rail Company, Carbon Capture Train That Suck Carbon Dioxide CO2

Carbon dioxide removal from the air can be costly, and it often requires large-scale land and energy consumption. A new, portable solution has been proposed by researchers to capture and store carbon dioxide from retrofitted train cars as they shuttle around on their normal routes. The concept, outlined in a

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Scientists Develop High Tech ‘Smart’ Contact Lenses That Can Treat Glaucoma

A group of ophthalmologists and biomedical engineers in China introduced a smart contact lens that capable to detecting eye pressure fluctuations and discharging small doses of brimonidine, a drug that lowers pressure and can help prevent or delay vision loss in glaucoma patients. Glaucoma is a disease that affects more

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A Technique To Produce Transplantable Human Livers In The Laboratory

Many patients with liver disease have been facing difficulties when they needed a liver transplant. They had to wait for long periods to get a compatible liver donor. Also if a donor got involved in an accident and their liver got damaged it could not be repaired. The good news

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World’s First Implantable BioArtificial Kidney Is Good News To The World

Do you agree that one person can change the world for good? If you think so, what if two people teaming together with able and ingenious idea to save hundreds or even thousands of people? That is a very nice thing. Dr. Shuvo Roy and his counterpart, Dr. William Fissell

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‘Revolutionary’ Super Glue Could Heal The Wounds In Car Crashes

Australian researchers have already developed a form of superglue-like substance, the Revolutionary Superglue, which medical experts can squirt on wounds (including internal wounds) to seal them within a few seconds and potentially change treatments in war zones and car crash sites. The working process of the glue is similar to

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James Webb Telescope Has Its First Assignments Launch to Spring 2019

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which is the next generation of space telescopes, is prepared to being work in 2019. The first selection of tests has made it through the rounds, and 13 proposals have been accepted. The work will begin after the six-month commission period and is expected

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