Amazing Ultra-fast, the robotic arm. A robot developed by EPFL researchers is capable of reacting on the spot and grasping objects with complex shapes and trajectories in less than five hundredths of a second.The research was conducted with a ball, an empty bottle, a half full bottle, a hammer and a tennis racket.

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Some brilliant Ideas to Capture the Ocean's Energy

The world's ocean waves hold as much as 10 trillion watts, and engineers and scientists trying to find the best ways to get the incredible resource that's washing up on our shores every day.

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River Powered Water Pump, water from flowing streams, creeks, or rivers without electricity of fuel. it can lift water up to 82 feet vertically

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Kitepower: Kite Wind Turbine Demonstration video Wind energy harvesting at a higher altitude by using a kite results in a eco and cost friendly solution. This demonstration system is developed by the Asset Group of TU Delft. Roland Schmehl and Rolf van der Vlugt explain current developments and the future of the project.

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Amazing MIT Robotic Cheetah

MIT Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory members pose with the MIT cheetah robot in Killian Court (Learn more: http://bit.ly/1CZToFe) Now MIT researchers have developed an algorithm for bounding that they’ve successfully implemented in a robotic cheetah — a sleek, four-legged assemblage of gears, batteries, and electric motors that weighs about as much as its feline counterpart. The team recently took the robot for a test run on MIT’s Killian Court, where it bounded across the grass at a steady clip.

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 Pedal powered vehicle: filters and stores water

The Aquaduct is pedal powered vehicle that transports, filters, and stores water for the developing world. A peristaltic pump attached to the pedal crank draws water from a large tank, through a filter, to a smaller clean tank.

Team Aquaduct was declared as the winner of the first “Innovate or Die” Pedal-Powered Machine Challenge that took place earlier this month - See more at: http://thefutureofthings.com/5833-aquaduct-pedal-water-filter/#sthash.XL9i4iaQ.dpuf

 

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Turning Ordinary Glass Surfaces into Solar by MSU. A Michigan State University research team has developed a transparent solar panel capable of capturing solar energy.  Professor Richard Lunt, MSU assistant professor who headed the research, believes that the panel can be employed in a wide variety of settings.

Source: NMANewsDirect

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Periscope

Periscope

The activity focuses on the fundamentals of optics and light, its properties and phenomenon to develop an understanding of reflection Read More
Wind Turbine

Wind Turbine

Introduction The activity addresses the fundamentals of renewable energy, its types, importance, uses and applications in various aspects of life. Read More
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News&Update

  • PSC Founder Abdul Rauf & PAMS partners meet with PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi +

    PSC Founder Abdul Rauf & PAMS partners meet with PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Pakistan Science Club founder/President Abdul Rauf & PAMS partners meet with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Islamabad: “Maths and science Read More
  • Lahore Science Mela 2018 Successfully Concluded +

    Lahore Science Mela 2018 Lahore Science Mela 2018 Successfully Concluded Following the tradition of previous year, Lahore Science Mela 2018 held at 27 & Read More
  • MakerSpace / Tinkering Lab: 21st Century Skills +

    MakerSpace / Tinkring Lab: 21st Century Skills What is MakerSpace / Tinkering Lab? Maker space is an effective way to engage students in learning of important 21st century Read More
  • Sindh Provincial Science and Engineering Fair 2017 concluded +

     Sindh Provincial Science and Engineering Fair 2017 concluded Intel ISEF affiliated Shaukat Khanum Sindh Provincial Science and Engineering Fair 2017 was held at 7th November at Pak Turk Read More
  • PSC Conducted Science Sessions in Hyderabad +

    PSC Conducted Science Sessions in Hyderabad Pakistan Science Club Conducted Science Sessions in Hyderabad The fascinating, engaging and learning with fun activities were conducted in three Read More
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