Monday, January 18, 2021

Vignesh TT

Self-motivated and energetic person with diversified interest in Fitness, sports, science, and nature. I seek uniqueness and perfection in all the activities I do.
113 Published Articles

Florida Aquarium has a solution to save our coral reef from extinction

The American Great Barrier reef is the only coral system in the continental United States.

Waters thought to be safe contains E. coli, a study reveals

Some strains of E. coli cause disease by producing a toxin called Shiga.

Hot Quantum Bits: A step closer to a more practical quantum computer

We are closer to solving the temperature problem in quantum computing.

Enzyme-based plastic recycling: A breakthrough in recycling science

Today, plastic has become an integral part of our life. Every product we use daily, there is a certain amount of plastic that is...

CERN’s fight against COVID-19: An innovative and basic ventilator

The novel coronavirus has infected more than 1.4 million and killed around 88,000 people around the world. While most experience mild symptoms, few require...

New laser-based particle accelerator – More powerful and much smaller

Particle accelerators are vital in studying the fundamentals of particle physics. Apart from research, accelerators with varying energy outputs are used in several fields,...

Bioengineering to help future Mars Colonies and Earth’s Global Warming

Today many aerospace industries and nations are competing in the race for Mars. Some with a plan for crew flybys, others with short term...

New smartphone-powered, low-cost COVID-19 testing kit to help widespread testing

We may be one step closer to effectively containing the COVID-19 pandemic by way of mass testing. Technology to test viral spread among chicken...

COVID-19 pandemic halts NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope development

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, NASA did its first assessment to determine the mission-critical work that requires personals onsite, the work that...

Darwin’s theory on subspecies proved by Cambridge researcher

Researcher Laura van Holstein is a Ph.D. student in Biological Anthropology at St John's College, University of Cambridge. She discovered that mammal subspecies play...

Is Earth being bombarded by sub-relativistic meteors? A study says yes.

Planet Earth occasionally gets bombarded by space rocks that either vaporizes in the upper atmosphere or sometimes reach the earth's surface. There is a...

Phone batteries made safer with a spillway, new study details

A lithium metal battery, most commonly found in phones and laptops, comprises of a metallic lithium anode and cathode separated by a "separator." The...

True structure of Benzene revealed – electrons exist in 126 dimensions

Benzene is an organic compound, comprising 6 carbon atoms and 6 hydrogen atoms in a hexagonal structure. Benzene is clear, colorless, and aromatic and...