Software Application for Determining the Protein Interaction

2019-12-14 09:38:57

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Proteins serves vital role in growth of cancer in the body by stimulating molecules that is responsible for tumor growth. Researchers from purdue university developed a software called “Nmrli ...

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The First Chip-Based Sensor to Detect Very Low Levels of Biomarkers

2019-12-12 08:42:48

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

A research team from the University of Twente in the Netherlands lead by Sonia M. Garcia-Blanco created a device that will detect cancer protein biomarker in a urine sample. The device is a chip-ba ...

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Removing Heavy Metals using Microwave Treatment

2019-12-10 06:47:47

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

During wastewater treatment, sewage sludge is left as the by-product. When the sewage sludge is treated and the requirements of a set of approved management guidelines are met, it can be considered ...

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New Technology Makes Internet Memes Accessible for People with Visual Impairments

2019-12-07 09:01:12

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

People with visual impairments regularly browse the internet using technology that assists them with sound cues which includes text to speech and input to speech. Social media is a huge chunk in ho ...

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Exposure of Blue Light-Emitting Diode

2019-12-05 02:07:56

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Light-Emitting Diodes are currently used in lighting application because of the negligble amounts of ultraviolet spectrum (UV) and infrared radiation(IR) it provides. LED also have a very high radi ...

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First-of-a-kind Electro-Optical Device

2019-12-03 01:49:11

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Electronic devices are used in almost every field, nowadays faster electronic devices are translated into increased productivity and efficiency. Computer processes at the speed of light are within ...

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A Step Towards Electricity as the Future of Transportation

2019-11-30 06:40:04

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

There have been many modes of transportation using electricity as power source. From simple electric bikes to huge vehicles capable of matching the power from conventional engines. Furthermore, ele ...

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A Bipedal Robot that can Mimic Human Balance

2019-11-28 07:42:54

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Most strides in robotic movement are focused on making four-legged robots move better. However, bipedal robots present a challenge in which engineers are struggling to find a center of gravity for ...

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Atomically Thin Heat Shield for Electronic Devices

2019-09-19 06:53:44

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Thermal management is important in electronic devices. Significant amount of heat may shorten the working life and decrease reliability of devices if not properly administered. Most common systems ...

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Artificial Intelligence Used to Recognize Primate Faces in the Wild

2019-09-14 09:39:21

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

"For species like chimpanzees, which have complex social lives and live for many years, getting snapshots of their behaviour from short-term field research can only tell us so much," says ...

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Psychosensory Electronic Skin Technology for Future AI and Humanoid Development

2019-09-12 16:45:54

By Mr. Dean Archie P. Mallari of Research and Development Committee

DGIST has announced that Professor Jae Eun Jang's team in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering developed electronic skin technology that can detect "prick" and ...

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Mind-Reading Chip

2019-07-16 10:07:01

By Ms. Ericka Feliciano Bobis of Research and Development Committee

Scrolling, clicking, and typing could soon be things of the past thanks to a new device called Brain Talker, which enables users to control a computer using just their brainwaves. The hands-free ga ...

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Playing Games Telepathically

2019-07-06 00:34:03

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from University of Washington have created a method for two people to help a third person solve a task using only their minds. A team created a method that allows three people to work t ...

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Eye-Tracking Autofocal Glasses

2019-07-04 06:20:57

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Presbyopia is the normal loss of near focusing ability that occurs with age. This vision defect plagues most people starting about age 45, as the lenses in the eyes lose the elasticity needed to fo ...

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Heartbeat Surveillance Laser

2019-07-02 09:59:23

By Ms. Ericka Feliciano Bobis of Research and Development Committee

According to MIT Technology Review, a laser has been developed for the Pentagon that can read people’s unique heartbeat signatures, after it was requested by US Special Forces. Code-named Jet ...

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Using Phones as Robots

2019-06-30 04:27:01

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Wouldn’t it be interesting to know that your phone can turn into a robot that does all your boring work with just an app? Researchers from Purdue University have developed a smartphone app th ...

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Circus Replaces Animals With Holograms

2019-06-27 10:33:33

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Germany’s Circus Roncalli have been entertaining Europeans with animal exhibitions, acrobatics, and circus arts since 1976. In recent years, however, they have moved to modern techniques to s ...

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Contactless Cardiac Arrest AI Monitoring System

2019-06-25 10:39:13

By Ms. Ericka Feliciano Bobis of Research and Development Committee

Cardiac arrests often occur outside of the hospital and in the privacy of someone's home. Recent research suggests that one of the most common locations for an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is ...

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Miniature Robot Checker

2019-06-22 10:57:03

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Worcester (Massachusetts), mer 19 giugno 2019 Engineers have shown it is technically possible to guide a tiny robotic capsule inside the colon to take micro-ultrasound images. The device is known a ...

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Virtual Biopsy Device in Detecting Skin Tumors

2019-06-20 03:52:05

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

A scientist from Rutgers University has developed a new "virtual biopsy" device that can quickly determine a skin lesion's depth and potential malignancy without using a scalpel. This ...

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Wearable Cooling and Heating Patch

2019-06-18 11:34:30

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a wearable patch that could provide personalized cooling and heating at home, work, or on the go. The soft, stretchy patch cools o ...

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Converting the Sound of your Voice to Physical Appearances

2019-06-15 03:30:02

By Ms. Ericka Feliciano Bobis of Research and Development Committee

From the guy who does the voice-over for movie trailers to the announcers on the subway, our lives are full of faceless voices. And while most of us are content to build a mental image of these dis ...

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Bringing Still Images to Life

2019-06-13 11:15:14

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Computer scientists from the University of Washington have developed a new algorithm that would make every Harry Potter fan’s dream come true: bringing two-dimensional images to life. This ne ...

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Teleportation of Quantum Logic between Ions

2019-06-12 04:18:09

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have successfully attempted the teleportation of a computer circuit instruction known as quantum logic operation between two ...

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Neural Lander System on Drones A.I.

2019-06-08 22:13:58

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Artificial intelligence experts at Caltech's Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST) in collaboration with control experts developed a system that uses a Deep Neural Network (DNN) ...

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Battery-like devices woven into clothes

2019-06-06 03:36:50

By Ms. Ericka Feliciano Bobis of Research and Development Committee

The Cambridge researchers, working in collaboration with colleagues at Jiangnan University in China, have shown how graphene -- a two-dimensional form of carbon -- and other related materials can b ...

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HyQReal, the Incredible Robodog

2019-06-04 02:48:36

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

The Italian Institute of Technology has achieved an incredible feat of robotics. It has constructed a four-legged robot that is capable of pulling a 3,300 kilogram (7,275 pound) airplane over 10 me ...

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New Telemedicine Approach in Detecting PTSD

2019-04-27 09:43:10

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from the NYU Langone Health and NYU School of Medicine have developed an artificial intelligence tool that can distinguish the voices of those with or without post-traumatic stress diso ...

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3D Printing Glass

2019-04-25 01:52:21

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

For the first time, researchers have successfully 3D printed chalcogenide glass, a unique material used to make optical components that operate at mid-infrared wavelengths. The ability to 3D print ...

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Snow Powered Electronics

2019-04-23 09:14:35

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Engineers and chemists from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed the first snow-based energy harvester. The device simply consists of a thin and flexible sheet of plastic ...

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Waterproof Electronic Skin

2019-04-13 11:50:28

By Antonio Manlud Jr. of Research and Development Committee

Most electronic devices are non-water resistant and fragile. When broken, we dispose them. Researchers led by Benjamin Tee, his team from the NUS Faculty of Engineering, and collaborators from Tsin ...

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Copper-based Alternative for Modern Electronics

2019-04-09 09:56:17

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

The development of the Internet of Things (IoT) has quickly increased the demand for thin and wearable electronic devices. For example, IoT depends on communication between devices, which requires ...

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Eat Nuts

2019-04-06 09:26:41

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

Our brain is the one responsible for controlling our thoughts, memory and speech, movement of the arms and legs, and the function of many organs within our body. As we get older, the efficiency of ...

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Obesity Connected To Overuse of Digital Devices?

2019-04-05 10:01:56

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

Research from Rice University indicates that mindless switching between digital devices is associated with increased susceptibility to food temptations and lack of self-control, which may result in ...

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Improving Sleep Pattern By Wearing A Headband

2019-04-02 04:01:32

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

Some of us suffer from sleep deficiency or even poor quality sleep. With that, Urgonight is one of the companies that aims to improve our sleeping pace. Showing off its non-invasive headband, it ai ...

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Robots as a Communicator for Two Different Species

2019-03-30 11:11:09

By Antonio Manlud Jr. of Research and Development Committee

The capability to communicate with other species like plants and animals would be a great ability to have. Researchers from the University of Graz; Frank Bonnet, Rob Mills, Martina Szopek, Sarah Sc ...

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Adhesives Can Be Produced From Bee Spit and Flower Oils

2019-03-28 07:48:31

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology discovered a new process of making a bioinspired glue based from the pollination process of bees. When bees collect pollen, they mix their spit with ...

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Bees Doing Mathematics

2019-03-26 08:08:10

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

There will come a time when we ask ourselves: Can animals understand basic mathematics? At first glance, this thought is utterly ridiculous, but as you think deeper it may not be as ridiculous as y ...

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Plasma Formed Between Two Connected Grape Halves

2019-03-22 22:45:14

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

A plasma is a hot ionized gas consisting of approximately equal numbers of positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons. Now, if you were to drop a cut grape into the microwave and heat ...

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A Computer Smaller Than A Grain Of Rice

2019-03-21 09:22:40

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

The world's smallest "computer" is so tiny that one would think that it is utterly useless, but as it turns out, it could be big news for the future of health monitoring. Researchers ...

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Charging Devices Through Ambient Light Is Now Possible

2019-03-19 01:58:00

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from the American Chemical Society led by Ryota Arai and Takuma Yasuda have developed a way to produce energy from ambient indoor light. The inspiration behind this is the ever growing ...

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Drinking Water from Air

2019-03-16 02:19:09

By Antonio Manlud Jr. of Research and Development Committee

Having an easy access to clean water would be great, especially when we are facing a water crisis. A research team led by Guihua Yu from the University of Texas at Austin and co-author of the study ...

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Machine Whisperers

2019-03-14 11:14:03

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

Laboratory equipment are essential tool throughout research and health care. Is it possible that these instrument had the capability to leak confidential information? The researchers from the Unive ...

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Biased Algorithms

2019-03-13 01:00:29

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Humans have been dreaming of having self-driving cars for decades. This awesome technology can be seen in almost every sci-fi show, and was thought of as only a far off fantasy. Nowadays, there are ...

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Restoring the sense of touch through a prosthetic arm

2019-03-05 10:11:23

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

The next-generation bionic hand, developed by researchers from EPFL, the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa and the A. Gemelli University Polyclinic in Rome, enables amputees to regai ...

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Dawn of Adaptive Clothing

2019-02-28 00:21:48

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

Whether it's the cold mountaintops of the Himalayas or the scorching sands of the Sahara, there are clothing designed to suit a particular environment. However, in a scientific breakthrough, re ...

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First Robot to Navigate Without GPS

2019-02-26 03:38:02

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Robots or other modern devices like phones and tablets rely heavily on GPS in order to navigate outdoors. However, a team of scientists and researchers from CNRS and Aix-Marseille University have d ...

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North Sea Rocks: A potential storage for renewable energy

2019-01-26 10:00:03

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

Fluctuations in electricity production or demand in a system dominated by renewable energy requires an economical, reliable, and practical storage of energy on a scale. Commercially mature compress ...

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Chasing Quakes

2019-01-22 19:47:35

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the most devastating natural disasters faced by man is earthquakes. The main reason that quakes are deadly is because they can strike without warning, giving people little time to react or e ...

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Freshness Detection via Emission of Infrared Light

2019-01-20 23:37:03

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Millions of wasted food thrown in the trash has been one of the major problems in the world. Mainly because people assume that the food is already spoiled when it is still perfectly good. To help r ...

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Adaptive Robot Helper

2019-01-17 20:40:30

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

When having a driver’s test, training for a sports event or just rehabilitating from a physical injury, have you ever wondered what it would be like if some sort of robot would assist you in ...

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Colloidal Quantum dots

2019-01-15 08:28:43

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

Novel colloidal quantum dots are comprised of an emitting cadmium/selenium core enclosed into a compositionally graded CdxZn1-xSe shell wherein the fraction of zinc versus cadmium increases towards ...

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Putting a Face in Genetics

2019-01-12 08:44:15

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the most common problems faced by doctors when it comes to diagnosing genetic diseases is their rarity. Because they are uncommon, many genetic disorders are not easily recognized by medical ...

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Wearable Biocompatible Sensor

2019-01-11 00:44:53

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

The researchers of Harvard University have developed a force and motion measuring sensor attached to the hand that is soft, non-toxic, and wearable to humans. The sensor is composed of non-toxic an ...

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Solar powered desalination device, a new low-cost technology

2019-01-09 05:32:35

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),it is estimated that by 2025 nearly 2 billion people may not have enough drinking water to satisfy their daily needs. One of the possible so ...

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AI Cancer Predictor

2019-01-06 08:40:01

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Cancer is one of the most deadly illnesses known to man. It is so deadly, in fact, that some forms of cancer cannot even be detected until it is too late. For years this has been the trend of the w ...

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Rashba effect; A new energy-efficient mechanism

2019-01-05 03:15:55

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

Movement of electrons is the basis of conventional electronics and mainly concerns their electric charge. Unluckily, it is now imminently reaching the physical limits for improving electronic devic ...

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Bionic Bees to the Rescue

2019-01-03 03:15:15

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

On the current generation, the human race has been dependent on technology for years. In the case of farming related technology, drones are used to help in the pollination and assessment of crops, ...

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A Symphony of Data

2018-12-28 00:04:53

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

As modern computer networks become increasingly complex, managing these connections has become a time-consuming task. However, researchers from Saint Louis University have developed a novel method ...

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AI computer mimics how humans visualize objects

2018-12-23 02:58:10

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from UCLA Samueli School of Engineering and Stanford have demonstrated a computer system that can discover and identify the real-world objects it "sees" based on the same meth ...

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Vulnerabilities in High-performance Computer chips

2018-12-20 10:03:06

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

A Washington State University research team found that by adding malicious workload intentionally, they could damage the on-chip communications system and shorten its lifetime significantly. Since ...

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Living Electrodes: A New Trend in Electronics

2018-12-18 03:34:43

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

Water purification, bioelectronics, biosensors, harvesting and storage of energy in fuel cells-these are just some of the methods used in using bacteria to convert chemical energy to electrical ene ...

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The Future in Fusion

2018-12-12 05:33:41

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

In a major scientific breakthrough, an artificial fusion reactor has achieved temperatures that exceeded 100 million degrees Celsius, bringing us closer to making nuclear fusion power plants a real ...

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Effects of Artificial Illumination

2018-12-11 11:00:35

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

Artificial illumination refers to any light source that is produced by electricity. Exposure to artificial light, whether from a screen, spending a day indoors or staying awake at night, causes dis ...

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Electronic Human Skin

2018-12-08 07:07:36

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

To help robots and prosthetic devices attain the abilities like that of human skin, scientists are trying to develop electronic skins. Now, researchers from the American Chemical Society (ACS), rep ...

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A New Frontier in Lighting

2018-12-07 05:58:01

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Light-emitting diode, also known as LED, is a two-lead semiconductor light source. LEDs are commonly used as replacements for incandescent and neon indicator lamps, and in seven-segment displays. P ...

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Spintronics: Ultra-Low Power Microchips

2018-12-05 19:51:06

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

The fact that silicon microchips are beginning to reach its fundamental physical limits hinders its capability to improve more. After thorough investigation, researchers from the Massachusetts Inst ...

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The Shock Bandage

2018-12-02 08:57:31

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Engineers from the University of Wisconsin – Madison have developed a new low-cost wound dressing that could speed up the healing of a wound dramatically.
 

This new dre ...

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Autonomous Modular Robots

2018-11-29 07:04:49

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Robots today have a wide range of uses. Some are created to mimic certain kinds of animals or insects, and some are for general purpose work like big factory assembly lines. But what these robots h ...

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A step closer to Battery-less Smart Devices

2018-11-27 03:29:51

By Mr. Nionel C. Ibarra of Research and Development Committee

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have taken a huge step towards making smart devices that do not use batteries or require charging! These battery-free objects feature an IP address for int ...

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Efficient Radioactive Cooling System

2018-11-24 08:13:24

By Mr. Rex Jerczon P. Guevarra of Research and Development Committee

Air conditioning has a major part in designing buildings and infrastructures. Traditional cooling systems that are utilized for homes, businesses, utilities and industries consume much more energy ...

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Digital Detection of HIV

2018-11-22 01:37:48

By Mr. Dominic Chris N. Mangune of Research and Development Committee

According to data from the Department of Health (DoH) and the Philippine National AIDS Council (PNAC), the Philippines has one of the fastest-growing HIV epidemics in the world. Human Immunodeficie ...

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Chernobyl Resurges

2018-11-19 23:29:01

By Elaine D. Sagao of Research and Development Committee

It has been 32 years since the horrific Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster occurred. Since then, the incident has been a warning to future projects, mostly regarding safety issues, to avoid ano ...

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Financing with Blockchain

2018-11-16 04:56:25

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the current major issues of the finance industry is the amount of time it takes to process overseas transactions. Due to strict security procedures and red tape, it can take as long as 48 ho ...

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The Wind Rises

2018-11-12 16:50:04

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

With the world turning to renewable sources as the solution to modern energy demands, researchers are scrambling to improve global green energy solutions. As part of this initiative, Penn State and ...

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The Tiny Workers

2018-11-10 17:39:51

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

In recent months, companies like Amazon and FedEx have been experimenting with the concept of using drones to perform delivery services. However, most drones still suffer from mobility and load cap ...

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Getting the Digital Treatment

2018-11-08 03:14:44

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

To be qualified to perform medical treatments, doctors have to undergo years of hands-on training. However, thanks to recent developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), medical AI is ...

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Photosynthesizing Fuel

2018-11-05 01:58:36

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the current goals of the energy industry is to find more efficient ways of producing electricity through renewable means. While solar and wind energy have proven to be viable examples, both ...

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Internet of Vehicles

2018-10-06 07:45:48

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Say goodbye to traffic lights and unnecessary stops in one's commute, for the vehicles of the future will render them things of the past.

A startup based in Carnegie Mellon University ...

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Reinventing the Battery

2018-10-04 08:40:30

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Today, most of the world's batteries make use of the element lithium. However, the comparative rarity of this metal, combined with the public's insatiable demand for energy, has resulted in ...

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Charging a Smartphone using Body Movement

2018-10-02 18:20:34

By Jeff Allen U. Marasigan of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, everyone owns a smartphone. It can almost be considered as a basic necessity of life. Smartphones can be used for a lot of things like sending e-mails, taking pictures, recording audios, ...

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Combining Cells and Circuits: The Future of Bioelectronics

2018-09-29 19:17:55

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the most common themes found in science-fiction is human augmentation, which is the concept of surpassing the limits of the human body through artificial means. Now, this piece of fiction is ...

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Face Averaging Technique

2018-09-27 19:05:43

By Jeff Allen U. Marasigan of Research and Development Committee

CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) records are critical in forensic examinations. It can easily provide evidence to law enforcers as to what really transpired in a crime scene. However, not all CCTVs ...

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Robotic Everything

2018-09-26 03:03:14

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Since the concept was first invented during the 1920s, robots have been perceived by many to be bulky, heavy, purely-metallic machines. However, Yale University researchers are working to change th ...

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Blood Pressure Patch

2018-09-23 08:06:17

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

The sphygmomanometer, also known as a blood pressure meter, has been the primary tool in measuring the pressure of blood for decades. Nowadays, there are electronic sphygmomanometers that could mea ...

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Palm-sized Miracle Circuit

2018-09-19 20:41:39

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the main drawbacks of monitoring systems is that more often than not, the equipment used to monitor the person's vitals is either bulky or interferes with one's normal routine. In or ...

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Smartphone Powered Ultrasound Machine

2018-09-18 15:25:58

By Jeff Allen U. Marasigan of Research and Development Committee

Nothing excites soon-to-be parents than their first OB-GYN (Obstetrics/Obstetrician Gynecology) appointment to see their unborn child live at the screen, and get a copy of the sonogram to be kept a ...

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The Shifting Defense

2018-09-15 01:51:25

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

As the world gets more and more connected, cybersecurity is becoming a major global concern. Since hackers are becoming more innovative in their exploits, the security solutions set up to deal with ...

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Printing a New Hope

2018-09-13 00:32:37

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Since its inception in 2012, bioprinting - the use of 3D printing techniques to cultivate living cells and tissue - has made leaps and bounds in the medical industry. From only being able to cultiv ...

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Reading Radiation

2018-09-11 01:54:55

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

For centuries, lighthouses have been used by sailors all over the world as beacons of safe haven. Now, engineers have taken this design and applied to a different method of saving lives. Rather tha ...

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Unlocking the Quantum Domain

2018-09-08 03:42:06

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

One of the greatest challenges facing Computer Engineering today is the design of a fully-functional quantum computer. After all, quantum computers are theorized to be more powerful and intelligent ...

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Shorting Out Seizures

2018-09-05 22:58:19

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders today, and is characterized by episodes of uncontrollable shaking that can cause physical self-injury. While there is currently no medicati ...

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Printing Vision

2018-09-04 01:54:58

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

One of the most critical applications of technology is in the field of medicine. Thanks to mankind's constant scientific advancements, modern medicine has eradicated many deadly diseases and re ...

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Fusion: The Helping hand

2018-09-01 04:54:59

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

From students chatting with their friends in Skype or Facebook to big corporate business men having a video chat conference, telepresence has evolved in a way that it is now incorporated into our d ...

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Lighting Up the Network

2018-08-29 20:00:16

By River Arliss M. Lontok of Research and Development Committee

From the discovery of fire to the introduction of the fiber-optic cable, light has a way of being a game-changer in whatever field it is introduced in. The realm of machine learning is no exception ...

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Artificial Intelligence (AI): The Hackers of Tomorrow

2018-08-27 23:26:48

By Jeff Allen U. Marasigan of Research and Development Committee

Artificial intelligence is the most influential technology as of today and it is being implemented in almost every software, platform, and tool out there. It is affecting all of us and one of the b ...

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3D Printed Human Cornea

2018-06-11 07:04:46

By Angelu L. Garingo of Research and Development Committee

Researchers have created the most advanced artificial cornea ever using 3D printing and human stem cells. The technology, if successfully developed, could help millions of people around the world t ...

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Tiny Robots in Disguise Combat Bacteria in the Blood

2018-06-08 23:20:39

By Lanz Clinton D. Valdez of Research and Development Committee

Sepsis is one of many potentially life-threatening conditions caused by an infected blood. The mortality rate, when progressed to septic shock, could go as near as 50 percent. A number of medicatio ...

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'HoloLens' for the Blind

2018-06-08 08:59:11

By Angelu L. Garingo of Research and Development Committee

Microsoft HoloLens is a pair of mixed reality smartglasses developed and manufactured by Microsoft. HoloLens gained popularity for being one of the first computers running the Windows Mixed Reality ...

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In-Mouth Sodium Sensor

2018-05-19 16:26:21

By John Philip Felices of Research and Development Committee

Eating too much salt is bad for the health, especially to people with hypertension, diabetes, and obesity since it worsens their condition. There are approximately 36 million adults with high blood ...

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Controllable Cyborg Beetles

2017-11-30 02:06:35

By JP Ysrael Damilig of Research and Development Committee

Tat Thang Vo Doan, the first author on a paper about this cybernetic insect appearing in the journal Soft Robotics said that “For a disaster scenario, we could release hundreds of cyborg inse ...

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Robot Learning Through Virtual Reality

2017-11-19 00:42:15

By Ian Carlo F. Santos of Research and Development Committee

(244, 'Robot Learning Through Virtual Reality', 'Trivia', 'Robots have been a large contributor in many industries for many years especially with repetitive tasks involving func ...

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RoboBee

2017-11-14 00:41:58

By Christ Ian Lim of Research and Development Committee

Inspired by the biology of a bee, RoboBees are autonomously flying micro bots designed for agriculture, search and rescue, surveillance, weather and environmental monitoring, and much more. These r ...

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Beam of Invisibility

2017-11-07 01:36:17

By John Christian P Gaspar of Research and Development Committee

Cloaking technologies have become more of a science fiction creation rather than a reality with recent films, featuring cloaking abilities from using a piece of cloth to more ambitious space vehicl ...

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W-STEG Ink

2017-10-27 00:29:41

By Rufter Fits Gerald Lomibao Zamora of Research and Development Committee

Energy harvesting is the process of accumulating waste energies from different systems that incorporates heat, sound, or mechanical movement. For example, the noise that we generate in our electron ...

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MIT�s Origami-Inspired Robots

2017-10-25 22:05:10

By John Christian P Gaspar of Research and Development Committee

Constructing and designing robots is not an easy task. It is incredibly difficult to make especially if youre not a robotics expert. However, researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technologys C ...

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Twistron Yarns

2017-09-12 01:21:46

By Rufter Fits Gerald Lomibao Zamora of Research and Development Committee

In a study published in the 25th of August issue of the journal, Science; researchers describe "twistron" yarns and their possible applications, such as harvesting energy from the motion ...

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Supercapacitor Leaves

2017-09-09 02:00:49

By John Christian P Gaspar of Research and Development Committee

China is considered as one of the world’s most pollution stricken country. Due to its gigantic population and industrialized prefectures, its air pollution is near to a point of no return wit ...

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Bacterial Optical Fibre

2017-09-02 01:09:07

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Bacteria based applications has been in use for different innovations, from medical applications to practical uses in acoustic electronics. Researchers at San Francisco State University used the sa ...

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Self-Healing Robot

2017-08-25 01:16:18

By Amber Meazyle Cababat of Research and Development Committee

Besides their super-human strength and their ability to execute multiple tasks, robots can now have the ability to heal themselves. Roboticists around the world aims to use soft and flexible materi ...

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Siloxane Nanowire

2017-08-22 01:18:32

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Molecular wires are molecular chains that conduct electric current. They, like ordinary wires, are the main building blocks for electronic devices, but on a molecular level. The typical thickness o ...

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Smart Shades

2017-08-14 18:27:58

By John Christian P Gaspar of Research and Development Committee

Smart windows are a technological innovation developed by engineers at Stanford University which are marketed to be able to tint glass in a way that it saves cooling costs in buildings by as much a ...

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Nature Inspired Nonrelfective Screen Coating

2017-08-13 02:17:02

By Christ Ian Lim of Research and Development Committee

University of Central Florida; Mr. Shin-Tson Wu and his colleagues from National Taiwan University created a mold similar to that of a moth's eye surface - hard and dimpled. These dimples at th ...

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Advanced Laser Weapon

2017-08-11 02:58:56

By Amber Meazyle Cababat of Research and Development Committee

The US Navy is set to field a new and powerful advanced weapon called Laser Weapon System. or LaWS. It was designed to defend US Navy ships by blasting the targets from the air and sea with its hig ...

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Cheap, Bright, and Realistic Holograms

2017-08-06 20:03:00

By John Christian P Gaspar of Research and Development Committee

Laser-based holograms have been in use since the 1960`s and not much has changed regarding the efficiency and its applications in the modern day world. It has been applied in security services such ...

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Magic Bots

2017-08-01 22:32:48

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Until now, robots that had the ability to grow could extend only about one to five times their body length and move at speeds of up to about 23.6 inches (60 centimeters) per hour. Now, Study lead a ...

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Wireless Charging

2017-06-18 00:58:55

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

In a feasibility paper published in NATURE. researchers from Stanford University claimed that electric charges can be transmitted wirelessly to any nearby moving objects. Their specific study invol ...

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Improved Robotic Exosuit for Running

2017-06-01 13:53:48

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

A team of scientists led by Wyss Postdoctoral Fellow Giuk Lee, Ph.D. studied an improved tethered soft exosuit developed in the lab of Wyss Core Faculty member Conor Walsh, Ph.D. that is used to re ...

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Electrick

2017-05-27 23:12:27

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh discovered a way to turn flat surfaces of any shape or size  ranging from walls to furniture to even musical instruments  int ...

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Ferroelectret Nanogenerator or FENG

2017-05-21 21:46:08

By Sunshine Joy Loro Silva of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever heard an electronic newspaper that listens to your voice command and the read news for you while generating energy when you swipe on it? With the new technology developed by the resea ...

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'Bioresorbable' Technology

2017-05-18 12:48:47

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

In the journal, Advanced Materials, authors Dr. Heng and Dr. Xian Huang both a S&T faculty at Missouri University of Science and Technology show a low-cost laser printing process using nanopart ...

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Solar Roof Tiles

2017-05-16 12:58:30

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Tesla, a major automaker, has begun selling its Solar Roof Tiles as it tries to pave the way for solar-powered homes. The cost of the tile is $21.85 per square foot. Unlike solar panels, the design ...

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IVO - a new autonomous driving system

2017-05-14 13:59:01

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Autonomous cars or self-driving cars are vehicles capable of navigation without inputs coming from humans. For the past years, big companies such as Google, Tesla and Uber have been developing auto ...

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MistForm

2017-05-10 22:13:28

By Anthony Vil B. Bague of Research and Development Committee

MistForm, developed at the University of Sussex, is the first system to combine the technologies of shape-changing displays and fog screens. It supports one or two users in interacting with either ...

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Revolution of Smart Cities

2017-03-10 22:12:53

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

(218, 'Revolution of Smart Cities', 'Trivia', 'Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) have developed a technology that transforms random objects into FM stations, read ...

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Face++

2017-03-09 20:36:52

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

If youre looking for proof of Chinas technological innovations, you better check out Face++. It is a Beijing-based company that specializes in facial recognition, this company is slowly striving to ...

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FRSC: A fabric stronger than steel

2017-03-08 11:50:55

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever thought of a bendable and stretchable material but is tough? Do you want to wear something that is stronger than steel but light and stretchable? Say no more! Researchers from Hokkaid ...

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Graphene: The Super Material

2017-03-04 20:14:18

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

Do you think that something as light as a feather could be stronger than steel? Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered a new material that is ten times stronger than ...

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Scorpion-3 hoverbike

2017-03-03 12:15:32

By Anthony Vil B. Bague of Research and Development Committee

The Scorpion-3 hoverbike is the first tested manned quadcopter revealed by Hoversurf, a Russian drone startup. Having a quadcopter-drone technology and a design inspired by a compact dirt bike, the ...

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Volumetric Bubble Display

2017-02-27 23:55:11

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

In a research paper published in Optica, researchers from the Utsonomiya University in Japan developed a new way to create voxels or commonly known as volumetric pixels that can produce three-dimen ...

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Ionotronic Nanodevice

2017-02-26 13:53:17

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Ionotronic inclination depends on assigned effects formed on ions, instead of electrons or in further to electrons. These inclination opened new possibilities for producing an electrically switchab ...

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Quasistatic Cavity Resonance

2017-02-23 21:56:53

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Scientists at Disney Research have come up with a solution that has been a fantasy for every smartphone users until now. They created a room that can wirelessly charge several electronic devices at ...

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OccupEye and Enlighted Systems

2017-02-21 01:17:20

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

In the corporate world, bosses tend to make any methods to ensure his/her subordinates will do their jobs. OccupEye and Enlighted systems are sensor technologies that can be placed in the workplace ...

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CardioInsight Electrode Vest

2017-02-17 20:41:32

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

It may be terrifying to have checkup or treatment especially when it concerns the heart. Electrocardiogram is one of the non-invasive treatments used to find the defective heart cells. But since th ...

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Stretchable Integrated Circuits

2017-02-16 00:00:29

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

Engineering specialists at Michigan State University have developed the first stretchable integrated circuit which totally utilizes an inkjet printer. This stretchable electronic material recreates ...

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KBNNO

2017-02-14 00:43:55

By Anthony Vil B. Bague of Research and Development Committee

Perovskite, a family of minerals with a specific crystal structure, is used in solar cells which are cheaper and more efficient than traditional silicon solar cells when it comes to generating elec ...

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Kaalink

2017-02-10 23:25:04

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Scientists from a company called Gravinky Labs, which is a spinoff company of MIT, devised a solution for the air pollution problem we have today. By using the device called Kaalink, they could tur ...

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Bat Bots

2017-02-09 16:51:56

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Bats have one of the most complicated wing structure in the animal kingdom. Their extreme agility and acrobatic way of flight inspired countless scientists to mimic them. Today, scientists were abl ...

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DragonflEye

2017-02-06 22:14:20

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Birds, bats, and insects are few of the many flying animals. Many researchers are also investigating on how to use technological means to interact and guide animals as they fly. Engineers come up i ...

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Real-life Sci-Fi 3D Imaging

2017-02-03 23:47:45

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

A group of physicists at the Australian National University (ANU) led by Lei Wang, a Ph.D. student, concocted a little gadget that makes the most astounding quality holographic pictures ever accomp ...

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Underwater Robots

2017-02-02 16:18:27

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

The oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth's surface and contain 97 percent of the Earth's water. These oceans contain 99 percent of the living space on the planet. Despite the large amount o ...

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Memory Implants

2017-01-30 22:30:11

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever thought of upgrading your memory? Not the memory of your smart devices but your own memory. Or perhaps, have you ever wanted to maintain a perfect memory recall? Dr. Theodore Berger f ...

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Voice-based Health Diagnosis

2017-01-27 23:07:40

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

In a few years, voice samples can help doctors diagnose their patients accurately especially when the patient is uncooperative or embarrassed about sharing the medical condition. Researchers are cu ...

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Robotic Exosuit

2017-01-26 00:50:23

By Jover Anthony Santillan Bemida of Research and Development Committee

Scientists from Harvard have developed a robotic exosuit that uses less energy than previous wearable exosuits. Published in Science Robotics, it has the highest reduction in energy expenditure pro ...

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K'track

2017-01-23 16:45:16

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

In todays technology, it is no surprise that a small device can do multitude of things. A smartwatch, for example, can help you make calls, track your movements, play games and much more. And now t ...

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Snapchat Spectacles

2016-12-03 21:15:28

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Snapchat is getting in the hardware game with these new smart glasses. Introducing Snapchat spectacles, that allows to record 10 second videos. The package includes spectacles, charging case, USB C ...

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A Remote for Everything

2016-12-02 00:21:20

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever imagined the ease of being able to control everything in just one click? The Sevenhugs Company had just made that idea turn into reality. Sevenhugs developed a universal remote that c ...

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Lead-free Perovskite Solar Cells

2016-11-28 06:46:15

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

The research paper published in Nature Energy, Enhanced Stability and Efficiency in Hole-Transport Layer Free CsSnI3 Perovskite Photovoltaics, tackles how solar cells can be enveloped by tin-based ...

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SPEAKE(a)R an Eavesdropping Malware

2016-11-27 00:19:23

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, there are lots of dangerous malwares present in the Internet. Most of these malwares affect your computer’s performance, some may restrict you from accessing your computer, and some ...

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Zuta Printer

2016-11-24 17:28:36

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, technology is evolving. Innovations have been made for the past years. One of this is the way we print our documents. With working printers now on hand, we can make our documents be easil ...

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Predictive World

2016-11-21 20:29:48

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever thought that a web tool can predict the course of your social media presence? Well, the University of Cambridge's Psychometric Centre, in partnership with Ubisoft developed an int ...

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Power Amplifiers using Gallium Nitride

2016-11-19 01:27:53

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, wireless transmission using mobile communications is a norm but the data volume per user is also rising. The problem is that the network is bombarded with data information and most of the ...

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PowerWatch

2016-11-18 01:21:49

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Running out of batteries on your watch is one of the biggest problems with smartwatches. Matrix Industries devised a way to harness our body heat to power smartwatches, introducing PowerWatch, the ...

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Power batteries that imitates human intestine

2016-11-16 13:36:35

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

With the technological advancement that is happening at the moment, the one thing that is constantly holding us back is the energy source. Usually, we use Lithium-ion batteries to power our devices ...

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Potential of Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensors

2016-11-11 21:51:35

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

Wireless sensors are progressively being utilized as a part of everyday life. For example, in viticulture to maintain soil factors suitable for optimizing plant growth, as well as in sports to reco ...

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Solar Road Traction

2016-11-09 18:40:36

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Almost all of the things that we use today is being powered by electricity. That’s why the need for a sufficient amount of electricity is increasing every single day. Having a different optio ...

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Electrocorticography Grid: An answer to paralyzed individuals

2016-11-07 21:55:06

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

Losing sense of touch is a heavy burden to an individuals everyday life. Because of this new technology, it is now possible to restore the movements of a completely paralyzed person. The researcher ...

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USBling: store information in diamonds

2016-11-04 19:25:44

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Having problems with low memory storage? Do you have diamonds? Say no more! A group of physicist from the City College of New York have demonstrated the possibility of using diamond as memory stora ...

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Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into A Bomb Detector

2016-11-02 09:18:08

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Spinach has become one of the most nutritious foods in the world. But researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered that spinach can detect bombs. A method called vascular i ...

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Control Virtual Reality with your Eyes

2016-10-31 23:46:10

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Eyes are powerful, eyes are fast. They see the world, they express emotion, they reveal humanity, and they confirm identity. And now, eyes can do even more. Introducing Eyefluence, the world's ...

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DNA App Store

2016-10-31 01:56:44

By Enrico V Mallari of Research and Development Committee

Genes are messages in code that provide the information for all cellular function. Our genes holds a lot of information about our body. This information can be of great help to us people today. Som ...

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'ViBand' Turns Skin as Smartwatch Touchpad

2016-10-29 12:55:48

By Sharmane Marie Meneses Go of Research and Development Committee

With the expansion of smartphone, comes a small but powerful wearable device called smartwatch. One common limitation of smartwatch is the functionality of a tiny screen. Ph. D. students, Gierad La ...

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Organs-on-chips

2016-10-26 21:37:21

By Mary Josanne Autencio De Castro of Research and Development Committee

Biomedical research had always relied upon animal testing and it is not a secret that many debates arise from this issue. Many organizations such as American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS), and Pe ...

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Kick-Starting the Internet of Disposable Things

2016-10-22 22:18:56

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Innovations using the internet seem to be the trend these days. Right now, these devices that use the IoT (Internet of Things) are making their way to disposable things. This new innovation demonst ...

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Kengoro, the Robot That Sweats

2016-10-21 16:19:21

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

A robot named Kengoro was built in the University of Tokyo that was powered by more than 100 individual motors that made it flexible in terms of its movements. In its ability to produce sweat, rese ...

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Bendable Batteries

2016-10-18 05:13:46

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Like they say, with great technological advancement comes great power requirements. Batteries are one of the most important devices that we use everyday. Without it, most devices that we have, incl ...

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Turn your smartphone into a microscope

2016-09-08 11:34:44

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

See and capture the tiniest detail of the world with Blips lens. Before, macro photography on smartphone uses nothing more than a drop of water which acts as a rudimentary lens but the gap would be ...

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Talk sarcastic to your computer

2016-09-05 18:04:24

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Sarcasm is using opposite words to point out something in order to draw attention to its ridiculousness. Sarcasm comes natural to us humans, but to machines - this might come as confusing since the ...

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Carbon Nanotube Transistors

2016-09-05 01:04:23

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Remember the traditional silicon transistors we learned in general electronics? A group of Materials Engineers invented a nanotube transistor made of carbon that outperforms even the state-of-the-a ...

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Safe and Efficient Solid Lithium-Ion Batteries

2016-08-31 01:21:24

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, almost of all our electronic gadgets at home are powered by lithium-ion batteries. And it comes with a very good reason. Lithium-ion batteries can store large amount of energy with very l ...

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Introducing SwagBot

2016-08-27 02:12:27

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever imagine robots in a farm? Probably not, but that could change in time thanks to SwagBot, the University of Sydney's autonomous, cattle- herding robot prototype.Even though the nam ...

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Connect your Eyes to your phone

2016-08-25 13:02:14

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

With the dawn of the internet of everything this days, it is no surprise that even tiny devices can be connected to your phone. Engineers from the University of Washington developed a new communica ...

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New technology may give electric car drivers more miles per minute of charging

2016-08-23 23:56:40

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever considered an innovation that can prolong battery life when not in use but also when in use? Researchers from Ohio State University developed a control system where the flow of charge ...

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The Future of Holograms are here

2016-08-20 02:43:23

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Watch your favorite movie character as it comes to life with the new HoloLens by Microsoft, which brings holograms to life in your environment. It is where you can interact with digital content in ...

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Solar Energy Tech That Can Work at Night

2016-08-18 10:39:58

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Using Solar Power at night? All of us would think that this feat is impossible but thanks to a new method in harnessing the power of the sun, this is made possible. This new tech can be found at th ...

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Using our skin as Controller

2016-08-16 05:32:47

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

When we hear about controllers, some of us will think of those gaming controllers or some of us will think of a tv remote. But in general, controllers are used by us, humans, to be able to interact ...

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Tiny Drone Can Autonomously Paint Dot Murals

2016-08-13 08:50:50

By Bien Carlo B Halili of Research and Development Committee

If you're into murals, have you ever thought that drones can automatically paint dot murals? Thanks to Dr. Paul Kry, now they can! By the help of his team of computer scientists, they developed ...

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Turning Carbon Dioxide to Fuel

2016-08-11 02:10:46

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Climate change is a threat to the whole world and we as the future engineers must strive to harness renewable energy. A new technology involving solar cells was developed by researchers from the Un ...

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Technology meets Art

2016-08-09 00:58:10

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Imagine painting with the whole world as your canvas. Yes! You can virtually paint with Google's Tilt Brush app, where you can create life-size paintings using VR lens and a console. WIth this ...

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Glasses free 3-D Cinema movies

2016-08-06 04:09:04

By Sherwin M Jualo of Research and Development Committee

Do you like movies? Are you one of those people who prefer 3-D movies to the 2-D ones but find it hard to watch, since you either already have an eyeglasses or you just find it uncomfortable? Well, ...

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Power Monitoring at Low-Cost

2016-08-04 01:34:18

By Michaela B Villar of Research and Development Committee

Power consumption is one factor that are being considered when buying appliances for your home, some appliances are labeled with their power consumption but most of them are for advertising purpose ...

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Facebook Plans to Beam Internet using Lasers

2016-08-02 01:22:29

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

We all know that lasers can propagate light to a very far distance. And we all know that fiber optics can transmit big data over a short period of time. Imagine these two combined minus the very lo ...

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This Brick-Laying Robot Can Build A House In A Few Days

2016-07-30 08:37:58

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

In a span of two days, Hadrian X from Fastbrick Robotics is a laser-guided bricklaying robot that can lay more than 1000 bricks every hour. Named after the roman emperor who famously engineered a w ...

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Artificial Intelligence Research using Minecraft

2016-07-28 10:49:10

By John Charles C Ga?o of Research and Development Committee

Minecraft is a famous video game where the player is able to explore and create almost anything they desire. Now, Microsoft have created a modified version of the game allowing anyone from an ambit ...

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Introducing Electronic Tattoo

2016-07-26 01:49:31

By Engineer Jumarie Gabot Mocon III of Research and Development Committee

Electronic tattoo was developed at Tel Aviv University in Israel, it's a temporary tattoo that can monitor your muscle's activity, without inconvenience to the person wearing it. The electr ...

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World's First Passenger Drone

2016-06-18 22:34:35

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Imagine a transport vehicle that could avoid those heavy traffic, wouldn't life be easier? Well imagine no more! The Chinese company Ehang made life easier for they built a drone that has 4 arm ...

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Transparent Directional Speakers

2016-06-18 22:32:23

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Tired of hearing the crappy love songs produced the person beside you? Loud Metal songs that irritates your ears? Well Turtle Beach proudly present a speakers that is designed to provide crystal cl ...

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Optics through the use of Metalens

2016-06-12 00:34:36

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

'In the near future, big microscopes and telephone lenses will be outdated. Researchers from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences produced planar metalens which has ultra-thin ...

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Cubimorph: The Morphing Phone

2016-06-09 02:41:55

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Ever wanted to change the shape of your phone depending on what app you're using? Well, researchers from the University of Bristol have designed a device that could one day do just that. The de ...

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Your Life in Virtual Reality

2016-06-07 01:21:46

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

As Virtual Reality aims to take gaming to the next level, many tech leaders are making ideas on how it can expand its horizons and never focus on gaming alone. Brain Surgery, in particular can be a ...

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Artificial Intelligence can tell stories based on photos

2016-06-04 03:43:11

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Imagine an AI telling your childhood years to your son. Wouldn't that be amazing? Well be amazed, for the scientist of Microsoft Research, together with their colleagues, are now developing a s ...

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The Rochester Cloak: Invisibility Cloak Closer to Reality

2016-06-01 12:51:22

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

There's a new upgrade, Yes!, a fantasy could soon become a reality, this cloaking device features the four standard lenses that allows an object to appear invisible as the viewer moves several ...

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Nanotechnology Can Help Us Grow More Food Using Less Energy And Water

2016-06-01 03:12:03

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Due to the rapid population around the world, global organizations such as World Bank and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization are calling for more innovative ways to resolve the FEW (f ...

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A Real Sonic Screwdriver

2016-05-26 02:40:56

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Fans of the hit series Dr. Who are on a nerdgasm. A popular sci-fi device from the series is on its way into reality. This device uses multiple focused sound waves to pin objects in mid-air. This t ...

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Robotics: Strength Augmentation

2016-05-24 03:19:22

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

An exoskeleton prototype has been developed by the engineers of Harvard University. The prototype is a lower body flexible exoskeleton mounted on a backpack and are driven by motors. Sensors are mo ...

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Cyborg Lenses, boon or bane?

2016-05-20 01:12:07

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Google filed a patent for their newest technology, from the name itself, Cyborg lenses are directly placed on the eyes of the user. The eyes can function as telescope, microscope, camera, and video ...

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Primitive Quantum Computers: The Future is now

2016-05-13 17:38:06

By Layden Ken B Bautista of Research and Development Committee

Just like the Google and NASA, quantum computing is the new generation, it is set to revolutionize our world. In today's computers, by manipulating the bits 0 or 1, quantum computers aren't ...

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Microscopic Robots powered by ANTs

2016-05-11 16:14:58

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Advancement in Technology enables scientist to develop devices smaller up to a nano meters. There have been many nano-devices developed before but one of the main struggles of Scientists is that th ...

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Augmented Reality Earbuds with IQbuds

2016-05-09 14:21:54

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever been irritated by outside noises like large sound systems, noisy barkers, and loud jeepney mufflers? If yes, then this new gadget, the IQbuds, is a heaven for you. The new earbuds can ...

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Spider Robots: The Future of Construction?

2016-05-08 15:29:44

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Spider Robots are also known as SiSpis or Siemens Spiders. These spider robots are equipped with sensors to understand their surroundings such as cameras and laser scanners. With the said component ...

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Hashtags Etiquette

2016-05-08 15:25:13

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

DID YOU KNOW? That ‪#‎Hashtags also has an Etiquette to follow? Just like every other feature on social media, though, there is both a right way and a wrong way to use hashtags. If youre look ...

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Coal Dominant Electricity

2016-05-08 15:23:07

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

DID YOU KNOW? That Coal will be a dominant electricity source for Southeast Asia 2011-2050 and is ASEAN's most important energy resource?From 2011-2035, coal will not only provide 43% of new ge ...

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Cooking Simulator

2016-05-08 15:20:47

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

DON'T KNOW HOW TO COOK? No worries! Augmented Reality will teach you how! A team at the Tokyo Institute of Technology designed and created this system for people who need a little help in the k ...

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A Filipino/Mapúan made Memristor is now a reality!

2016-05-08 15:17:35

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Memristor was first hypothesized in 1971 by Leon Chua, a Filipino-American professor at the University of California at Berkeley who got his degree in B.S. Electrical Engineering at the Mapú ...

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Japan firm showcases 'touchable' 3D technology

2016-05-08 15:13:43

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

This technology will give you a sense that you can touch objects in the 3D world. It works by fooling the brain, blending the images the eye is seeing with different patterns of vibration created b ...

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Agile walking robot could move around walking environments with ease!

2016-05-08 15:09:21

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Researchers/Computer scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created machines that have the balance and agility to walk and run across rough and uneven terrain, making them ...

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HOVERBOARD: NO LONGER A FANTASY

2016-05-08 15:06:08

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Remember the Movie "Back to the Future"? The movie was premiered 1989 and it was about a teenage boy, Marty McFly, who traveled far back in time and far into the future, specifically the ...

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3D-printed 'electronic glove' could help keep your heart beating for ever

2016-05-08 15:02:33

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

What if your heart could beat forever? The impossible made possible! Scientists have created a revolutionary new electronic membrane that could replace pacemakers, fitting over a heart to keep it b ...

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Ghost Robot

2016-05-08 15:01:14

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever felt this GHOSTLY PHENOMENON when all of a sudden, your senses start tingling and it just feels like someone is there beside you?Researchers created this robot capable of giving peopl ...

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Sound of Wi-Fi

2016-05-08 14:58:29

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Have you heard what the sound of Wi-Fi is? It sounds crazy since we can only see them in our mobile phones and laptops.The everyday thing we do to know if there is a Wi-Fi signal is by using our mo ...

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Li-Fi Gets Ready to Compete With Wi-Fi

2016-05-08 14:56:46

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Have you ever imagined sharing your internet connection at HOME using LIGHT waves rather than the conventional Wi-Fi? With Visible Light Communication, it is now a possibility!According to Harald H ...

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Turing Award and Biography

2016-05-08 14:49:17

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Have you heard about the Nobel Prize like recognition for brilliance in the computing industry? It�s the Turing Award that has a prize of $ 1M USD! It was named after Alan Turing who was back in ...

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EXPLORE YOUR WORLD WITH HOLOGRAMS!

2016-05-08 14:42:36

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Microsoft revealed an early version of an upgraded headset called Microsoft HoloLens that can create interactive holographic imagery in the vision of the wearer.This device creates a virtual univer ...

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C.H.I.P - The world's first 9 dollar computer!

2016-05-08 14:39:29

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

C.H.I.P is a linux based, mini computer that has a price tag of only 9 dollars. This small but deadly open source device has been dubbed as the "Raspberry Pi Killer", and for good reason. ...

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Print What You Want

2016-05-08 14:36:54

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

In this current time we've been stepping up our game in the field of technological advancement. One good example would be the 3D printer which creates a three dimensional object by building it ...

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THE FUTURE OF WIND TURBINES? NO BLADES!

2016-05-08 14:35:05

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

It's no longer surprising to encounter 100-foot pinwheels spinning in the breeze as you drive down the highway. But don't get too comfortable with that view. A Spanish company called Vortex ...

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Why it is called �breadboard�?

2016-05-08 14:33:17

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A breadboard is a device used as a construction base in developing an electronic circuit. Its main purpose is to create a variety of products using electricity by making electrical connections betw ...

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Capture picture and video on 360 degrees!

2016-05-08 14:31:25

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Three optics, three sensors, and just one video of photo file gets out. That`s the whole magic of the GIROPTIC patented and world premiere instant image fusion technology embedded in the 360 Cam. I ...

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Controlling your television set with your mind: now a reality

2016-05-08 14:27:36

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The BBC, in collaboration with tech company This Place, has developed a way people can select programmes using a cheap, brainwave-reading headset. The headset works with an experimental version of ...

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Lego makes everything better - even a prosthetic for kids.

2016-05-08 14:26:30

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Carlo Arturo Torres developed a prosthetic arm dubbed Iko in his internship at Lego's Future Lab. This prosthetic limbs can be customized with lego pieces so that kids can easily connect and sw ...

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Better and thinner solar panel? Introducing, the Solar Paper!

2016-05-08 14:24:53

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Solar paper is as for now the thinnest and lightest solar charger. It is just 0.15 inch and 4 oz, so thin that it can be placed inside your note, planner, or books! Imagine that! You can now charge ...

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The World's First White Laser!

2016-05-08 14:23:31

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

White laser is a semiconductor capable of laser operation in the tree fundamental lasing colors (Red, green and blue) which are combined so people can perceive only the white color. White laser was ...

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Electron Flows Slower than a Turtle Walks

2016-05-08 14:19:28

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Electron flows through a typical copper wire with a speed of 1.2 meters (4.1 feet) per hour which is slower than an average turtle that can walk 800 feet in the same amount of time. So, why can it ...

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The New Flexible Television

2016-05-08 14:09:59

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

LG Display introduced their new flexible TV panel with 18 inches wide that can be rolled up into a 3 cm radius without damage to the screen or technology. OLED, or organic light emitting diode, tec ...

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DENSITY SENSOR: You'll never have to wait in long lines or brave enormous crowds again!

2016-05-08 14:08:25

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Did you ever find yourself in an unfortunate situation wherein you would go to a mall only to find yourself swimming through a sea of people? With the sensor named Density, you'll never have to ...

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Your bike can be a smart one

2016-05-08 14:05:01

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Do you know that your ordinary bike can be a smart one? In many parts of the world, the bicycle is still fundamental transportation. Urban cyclists' main problems of biking in cities: navigatio ...

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BlackBerry's Android-powered slider phone gets shown in motion

2016-05-08 14:03:09

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A few years back, Blackberry phones were a big fad in the Philippine mobile phone industry. However, it's competitors continuous innovation led to the decrease in sales for the poor company. Wi ...

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A Shape-shifting Companion for the Visually Impaired

2016-05-08 14:01:16

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Engineers and researchers from the Yale University have developed a "companion" for both the sighted (a guide in the darkness) and visually impaired. Imagine walking in an unfamiliar dark ...

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Nanosatellites Provide New Opportunities for Space Science

2016-05-08 13:53:53

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, we use satellites for weather monitoring, communication, GPS, etc. And when we think of satellites, what come into our minds usually are large space laboratories or devices, where astrona ...

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'Soft on the outside, tough on the inside' Hybrid Jumping Robot

2016-05-08 13:48:09

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Innovations for robotics are rampant nowadays due to the vast demand for robots. Including to the long list of advances is the hybrid robot. This robot has a very unique characteristic having soft ...

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Our DNA is a robot?

2016-05-08 13:44:31

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A combination of robotics and nanotechnology, Nanorobots are made from DNAs which perform basic mechanisms. With continuous innovation, computers hold the potential to be integrated into our body. ...

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Sooner or Later: Robots will feel more human

2016-05-08 13:42:20

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Ras Labs together with International Space Station is working on a Synthetic Muscle where it contract like living tissue. This synthetic muscle can expand, contract and conform like human muscles. ...

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Japanese Paper Art Concept Innovates Solar Cell Technology

2016-05-08 13:37:48

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The Japanese paper as we know it is simply used for art projects but never have we imagined that it would contribute in the betterment of the solar cells. This September 2015, a group of scientists ...

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Microlattice: The Future of the Lightest Material

2016-05-08 13:33:24

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The world's largest aerospace company Boeing has publicized a video of the lightest metal structure ever created, which is made out of Microlattice, the lightest materials known to science. Mic ...

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Fully transparent solar cell could make every window in your house a power source

2016-05-08 13:30:11

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

When we think of Solar Cells, what comes into our minds are black, square devices, that can usually be found on roofs, walls, or fields. But now, imagine your windows at home or offices to be used ...

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Wearable Sensors Could Translate Sign Language into English

2016-05-08 13:27:09

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Communicating with deaf people is quite hard if you don't understand their sign language. Imagine if there are sensors that can interpret the gestures in sign language and translate them into E ...

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This Computer Will Self-destruct in 5 Seconds

2016-05-08 13:17:22

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Nowadays, information that is stored on our electronic gadgets, deleted or not, is very important. There is a new method that can protect your privacy and ensure your safety when an electronic gadg ...

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A Technology That Can See Through Walls

2016-05-08 13:13:38

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A group of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed a new technology that allows one to perceive or see a person behind walls called RF Capture. RF Capture is a device that ...

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Night Vision Contacts Could Allow Us To See In The Dark

2016-05-06 18:18:05

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

We probably all dreamed of having super powers and abilities like being able to see in the dark. But now, night vision is no longer a dream. It is now possible to see in the dark, thanks to the Nig ...

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Making the New Silicon: Gallium Nitride Electronics Could Drastically Cut Energy Usage

2016-05-06 18:11:32

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

There is a new semiconductor in town and it is called the Gallium Nitride (GaN). Cambridge Electronics Inc. (CEI) combined with MIT researchers, announced that a line of GaN transistors can cut the ...

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RoboBee to the Rescue!

2016-05-06 18:08:59

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Bees are friendly little creatures which help in the pollination of crops but what if there appears a type of bee that does more than that? Introducing the RoboBee, an insect inspired robot which c ...

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Ingestible Sensor measures heart and breathing rates from within the digestive tract

2016-05-06 18:04:55

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Yes, youve read it right. You might be thinking that it is absurd to do just that. Well, a new sensor is being created by researchers from MIT to help monitor heart beat and breathing pattern from ...

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The Future of Solar Power

2016-05-06 18:00:50

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Scientists from Stanford has developed a nanostructure wiring that allows more light to be aborbed increasing its efficiency by approximately 20 to 22 percent. The nanostructure is composed of sili ...

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Disaster-Response Unveiled in Japan

2016-05-06 17:56:28

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Last December 2, 2015, Japan unveiled a pair of humanoid robots that can function well under harsh conditions and can provide emergency support. Both robots were the highlight of the International ...

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Power-Generating Shoes

2016-05-06 17:53:19

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

In the November 16, 2015 issue of "Scientific Reports" journal. Tom Krupenkin and Ashley Taylor described an innovative energy-harvesting technology that is particularly well-suited for c ...

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Smallest Yet Powerful Lattice

2016-05-06 17:49:09

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The world's smallest 3D lattice structure, which is made of glassy carbon, can be used as load-bearing supports. Imagine that it can withstand 12,000 times the atmospheric pressure that is equi ...

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Robo-Roach to the Rescue

2016-05-06 17:32:04

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Imagine a small and soft robot that can squeeze through a small hole. Would you believe that this invention might help disaster victims in the near future? There are many robots that took its inspi ...

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Einstein Was Right All Along

2016-05-06 17:24:01

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Gravitational waves are ripples in the plane of space and time and it is one of many brainchild of Professor Einstein during his prime. He stated that space and time are dynamic and has the ability ...

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2D Semiconducting Material: Future of Electronics

2016-05-06 17:17:38

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The engineers from the University of Utah have discovered a new kind of semiconducting material for electronic devices. This semiconductor is not made up of the usual element used in many transisto ...

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5D Eternal Data Chip

2016-05-06 17:13:38

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Since 2013, a new type of technology that stores data was invented by a team at the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) that is about the size of a Contact Lens. T ...

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Eargasm: A Reality?

2016-05-06 17:08:59

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A a nerve-simulating headphones has been present to the public at Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show called Nervana. It focuses on our vagus nerve in which this nerve is connected from the br ...

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Music for the Eyes?

2016-05-06 17:04:10

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Achromatopsia is a rare visual condition of color blindness. This condition is so extreme images perceived by the eyes appear mostly in black, white, and grays. Artist Neil Harbisson was born with ...

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Microsoft Builds Underwater Data Centers

2016-05-06 16:39:14

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

Alot of human relics can be seen underwater, but right now the Microsoft Research adds its new prototype of an underwater data center. The prototype is known as "Project Natick" and it ai ...

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Lightest Solar Cells

2016-05-06 03:22:34

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have discovered the lightest and thinnest solar cells ever produced. The solar cells composed of a flexible polymer called parylene as the o ...

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DARPA Unveils Awesome New Design For A Vertical Take-Off Plane

2016-05-04 15:54:42

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has signed the second phase of its design contract with Aurora Flight Sciences. The project is called the "X-Plane" a VTOL aircraft o ...

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Road to Quantum Computers

2016-05-04 15:50:22

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

A faster and more complex calculations are now even more possible nowadays. Although they are very fragile, researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute showed that it is achievable to have a “s ...

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Electricity can flow through graphene at high frequencies without energy loss

2016-05-04 15:47:01

By Jamie Mitchelle A Soltez of Research and Development Committee

In thickness, it measures just about the size of an atom. In strength, it is around 100 times stronger than steel. This discovery is led by Dr. Shakil Awan, a lecturer from Plymouth University. Thr ...

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Road Wireless Power System

2016-05-04 15:26:10

By Giann Paulo Calit De Leon of Research and Development Committee

A new wireless power system could help people avoid the inconvenience of charging the electric cars and wait for about more than an hour to make use of it again. Researchers at Stanford University ...

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