Science & Technology | Jasarat Newspaper English - Part 149

Overeating can cause liver diseases

MADRID: Scientists research reveals that overeating can cause fatness and liver disease. Spain Institute for Research Medicine research said that overeating can cause lungs...

New technology could keep lungs alive for 24 hours

LONDON: Experts have succeeded to introduce a new technology that keep human lungs alive up to 24 hours outside the body. The new technique...

US scientists discover Planet made of diamonds

WASHINGTON: American scientists have claimed to discovered a planet made of diamond outside our Solar System. The planet " Cancrie 55" was found revolving around...

Pakistani students introduce electronic cap for blinds

PESHAWAR: Peshawar University students have invented an electronic cap for blinds. The cap would enable blinds to walk without stick. Four Peshawar university electronic department...

Hubble Finds Giant Halo Around the Andromeda Galaxy

WASHINGTON: NASA scientists have found giant Halo around the Andromeda Galaxy. Andromeda is our neighbor galaxy. They found the Halo with the help of...

Next Thing Co. releases world shortest computer in 9 dollars

OCLAND: Next Thing Co. has released world shortest and cheapest single board computer named C.H.I.P. Its price is only 9 dollars. The board is an...

NASA announces journey to Mars challenge

WASHINGTON: National Aeronautics and Space Administration on Tuesday has announced a writing competition on "journey to Mars challenge" to seek public input on establishing...

Chocolate, Cake affect mental health

WASHINGTON: American study reveals that Chocolates, Cakes and more usage of sugar badly affect on mental health. American expert has said that increase of sugar...

US invent high-tech leg brace s to power artificial heart

WASHINGTON: Two students of Houston University have successfully invented a high-tech brace system that would generate electricity to run the artificial heart. The system generate...

NASA observe X2.7-class Solar flares

National Aeronautics and Space Administration on Tuesday observed X2.7-class Solar flares. Flares wavelength were up to 304 angstroms. The Sun produces a significant Solar flare....