Sunday, January 22, 2023

Some interesting and useful innovations

Find below some interesting and useful innovations. This list will be updated continuously.

Which one of these innovations will make a high impact on our lives and which one do you want to see in the market soon? Share your thoughts through the comments. 

For most of the innovations, you can find the links to the research papers and news sources in the description section of the videos.

Targeting cancer with a multidrug nanoparticle

New Tool uses Ultrasound ‘Tornado’ to break down Blood Clots

AI Tool for detecting future lung cancer risk

‘Living medicine’ created to tackle drug-resistant lung infections

Printable Sensors Glow when they detect Viruses or other Dangers

Deflecting lightning with a laser lightning rod

Turning abandoned mines into batteries

Spray-on smart skin uses AI to rapidly understand hand tasks

Aging of Mice reversed

Artificial nerve cells

AI Tool VALL-E can imitate anyone's voice with just a three-second sample

3D Laptop

Cheap, sustainable hydrogen through solar power

Secret of durable Roman concrete

Hands-free connected home urine lab

Flying Car

MoodUP refrigerator

Wooden touch interface to improve your Sleep

Portable Volumetric System

AI technology to upscale old blurry videos on web browser itself

Morning exposure to deep red light improves declining eyesight

Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light

Green Light Therapy Shown to Reduce Migraine Frequency, Intensity

5-minute breathing workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs

Lanosterol Eye Drops can cure Cataract without Surgery

Gel sheet to absorb liquid effectively

Near-Field Ground Projections

World's First Truly Wireless TV

Gold-based passive heating for eyewear

'Gelbots' can crawl through human bodies to deliver medicine

Samsung Safety Truck

Wireless 'Skin VR' to provide a vivid, personalized touch experience in the virtual world

Producing ‘green’ energy — literally — from living plant ‘bio-solar cells’

Implantable ventilator

Paper-thin solar cell

Low-cost battery built with four times the capacity of lithium

Free online AI Tool to understand any research paper easily

Soft robot detects damage and heals itself

Fitness levels accurately predicted using wearable devices – no exercise required

Brain-Powered Wheelchair

MIT engineers develop a low-cost terahertz camera that works at room temperature

Can your phone tell if a bridge is in good shape?

Clear window coating could cool buildings without using energy

Battery-free, light-powered pacemaker may improve quality of life for heart disease patients

Students are using AI Tool OpenAI Playground to write essays

Facemask can detect viral exposure from a 10-minute conversation with an infected person

Can a robot laugh with you?

Painless tattoos that can be self-administered

Chinese astronauts have successfully grown rice onboard a space station

Eye Implant made from Pig Skin restores vision to 20 people with diseased corneas

Researchers change donor kidney blood type using “molecular scissors”

A more environmentally friendly air conditioner

Engineers fabricate a chip-free, wireless electronic “skin”

The best way to take pills according to science

MIT's WalkWise helps older adults stay safe and independent

Scientists restore cell, organ function in pigs after death

Engineered mattress and pillow system uses heating and cooling to fall asleep faster

MIT's stamp-sized ultrasound stickers can see inside the body

Scientists turn dead spiders into robots

Earthgrid's Plasma Boring Robot can dig tunnels 100x faster and up to 98% cheap

Robot dog learns to walk in one hour

World’s first "Sand Battery"

MIT proposes 'space bubbles' to reverse climate change

Smart textiles sense how their users are moving

Giant Swiss 'water battery' can store electricity equivalent to 400,000 electric car batteries

Wearable muscles

This Robot paints like a Human

Blood Pressure E-Tattoo Promises Continuous, Mobile Monitoring

LEGO-like artificial intelligence chip

Injectable gel to repair damage after a heart attack

Direct sound printing

Tracking sleep with a self-powering smart pillow

Tiny robotic crab

Brain death could be reversible, as scientists bring dead eyes back to life

Plastic-eating Enzyme could eliminate Billions of Tons of Landfill Waste

From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button

Green concrete

Paper-thin loudspeaker

Scientists created Crispier Chocolate using 3D Printers

A new heat engine with no moving parts is as efficient as a steam turbine

AI predicts if and when someone will experience cardiac arrest

World’s first LED lights developed from rice husks

A wearable device for enhancing deep sleep

Deep learning to enable color vision in the dark

A Solar Panel That Generates Electricity At Night

System helps severely motor-impaired individuals type more quickly and accurately

Reversing hearing loss with regenerative therapy

Using sound waves to break up kidney stones

World’s first distortion-free stretchable micro-LED meta-display technology

These solar panels pull in water vapor to grow crops in the desert

New lightweight material is stronger than steel

Fitbit for the face

‘Super jelly’ can survive being run over by a car

Needle-free device for collecting blood samples

High-speed laser writing method could pack 500 terabytes of data into CD-sized glass disc

This Robot can find lost items (e.g Keys, TV remote) even if they are buried under a pile

When walked on, these wooden floors harvest enough energy to turn on a lightbulb

Food generator turns plastic waste and inedible biomass into edible protein

For the First Time, Optogenetic Therapy Partially Restores Patient’s Vision

The whitest paint will help to fight Climate Change by cooling Homes without AC

Using artificial intelligence to generate 3D holograms in real-time

Materials move without Motors or Hands

Smart Tablecloth Can Find Fruit and Help With Watering the Plants

Researchers create a robotic camera backpack for insects

Now metal surfaces can be instant bacteria killers

Graphene Paint

Innovative mechanical system makes it easy to turn bedridden patients

Physiotherapy could be done at home using virtual reality

Toothpaste tablet to eliminate plastic tubes

Using AI to predict where and when lightning will strike

Scientists successfully use a gel to regrow tooth enamel. It may end Dental Fillings

Nanotechnology turns clothing into self-powered remotes

MIT's fiber-based artificial muscles can lift 650 times their own weight

Samsung's Deepfake AI can create animated talking head from single image

China’s CRISPR Twins Lulu and Nana might be Smarter than Others

This Fabric will automatically Cool or Warm as needed

Windowless Planes

Third Arm for Multitasking

Cooking Robot

MIT's Computer system transcribes words users “speak silently”

MIT's Invisible "Second Skin" XPL Cream Makes Wrinkles Disappear

Using the ‘shadow-effect’ to generate electricity

Charging cellphones with Wi-Fi signals using Graphene

Bendable Graphene-Based Supercapacitor charges quickly

Graphene smart textiles developed for heat adaptive clothing

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Saturday, December 31, 2022

Happy New Year 2023

 I wish you all a Happy New Year 2023.  

I like the "Do it Anyway" Poem which was written by Kent M. Keith and made popular by Mother Teresa. I uploaded it as a YouTube Shorts here. If you like this, share it with your friends.

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Friday, September 30, 2022

"QPT Talks" for sharing experiences and expertise of Scientists and Entrepreneurs

Currently, I run a YouTube channel for sharing the latest Science and Technology news. Now I am planning to use this channel for sharing the experience and expertise of Scientists, Innovators, Doctors, and Entrepreneurs so that my channel viewers will get more useful content while I could earn more from ads.

So, I am inviting the experts as Guest speakers to share their experiences with my channel viewers. Either they can record a video telling about them and talking about their favorite topic, or they can talk through Google Meet which will be live-streamed to my channel. 

I will add these Talks to the "QPT Talks" playlist.

And, I will be arranging panel discussions also in the coming days.

If you are interested, you can contact me (

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Wednesday, June 22, 2022

My Higher Secondary School Reunion

A few days back (on 19th June), I attended our school reunion. I completed my Higher secondary school at John The Baptist Higher Secondary School (JBHSS), Puthiamputhur, Tuticorin District Tamilnadu.

I felt happy to see our Teachers and Friends. I could remember the sincerity and dedication of the teachers there. Though our school is located in a village, most of our teachers were very skilled. I am thankful to all our Teachers, especially our Physics Teacher whose dedication is extraordinary. I still remember her teachings on Nuclear fusion, Black Holes, and Superconductors which were considered less significant at that time (around 28 years back) but getting more importance these days. Apart from that, she used to tell about the importance of education aggressively. Now I could understand it by going through the history of various countries and people. Nelson Mandela rightly said, “Education is the most powerful weapon in the fight against poverty". I mean real education, not the one selling on commercialized schools/colleges.

I studied engineering degree and then worked in many software companies, and then run a software company for many years. But currently, I am publishing Science and Technology news on my YouTube channel. I would like to thank my school for this also. Because my school gave me the opportunity to read news on assembly/prayer for many months while studying there. It was a good experience.

Apart from studies, this school strongly cultivated good spirituality and good habits. I believe it helped me to choose simple and peaceful life over stressful/luxury/corporate life though I got opportunities for both kinds of life.

This photo was taken in 1992 (Around 30 years back while studying 10th standard)

I am thankful for the people who started this school and the people who put their efforts to develop this school. And thanks to my friends who arranged this Reunion.

Though this Reunion made me feel happy overall, I felt some kind of sadness as some teachers who showed a lot of kindness to me were no more.

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Thursday, May 26, 2022

WhatsApp Group for watching latest Science & Technology News

For many years I am uploading science and technology news videos on my YouTube channel. If you want to watch those videos, you can join this WhatsApp Group.

Let me know if you find any issue in joining this Whatsapp Group.

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