Science

To Soak Up The Sun, Change Its Frequency

Published on August 3rd, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Or rather, change the wavelength of photons. We have access to the universe’s most powerful source of energy — the sun. In one hour, it radiates an astounding 173,000 terawatts of power, six times more than what ... Read More


Apps

Improving Car Insurance With the Driveway App

Published on August 1st, 2015 | by Diogo Costa

Big data has a revolutionary potential, as it has been seen here on Techno FAQ. Almost all areas of knowledge and business are betting on it, which is a clear indication that the future lies among ... Read More


Science

Using Light To Create Graphene

Published on July 31st, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Graphene is probably one of the most talked about nanomaterials of the 21st century. As fate would have it, the core of number 2 pencils was meant to be much more than just for bubbling scantron ... Read More


Apps

Control What You Share With Kaboom

Published on July 30th, 2015 | by Diogo Costa

These days, our time online is very linked to social networks, even by sharing, creating or even simply watching content on them. However, one downside of social media is that the content creators often lose control ... Read More


Miscellaneous

Gift According to Horoscope

Published on July 30th, 2015 | by Guest

Gift is first and foremost thing which is given on any occasion and giving the wonderful gift to someone is quite difficult task. Gift giving is a way to make someone feel loved, somehow it is ... Read More


Accessories

How to pass exams

Published on July 30th, 2015 | by Guest

Many students ask how to cheat exams.  Some think the key is studying.  What rubes.  Some think the key is brown-nosing the professor.  Well, that might work; but it’s just shameful.  Have some self respect!  Just ... Read More


Science

Smart Windows For All Seasons

Published on July 29th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Everything is “smart” nowadays, and our windows getting there, too. Before you ask why windows need intelligent dimensions, ask yourself this: how many times have you wished the room could be brighter, but not hotter? And ... Read More


Science

Once Again, Scientists Go Nano For Solar

Published on July 25th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Photovoltaic solar cells have their limits, and that’s directly related to the underlying semiconductor material. The scientists who discovered the limit back in 1961 named it after themselves, the “Shockley-Queisser (SQ) efficiency limit.” The not-so-favorable SQ ... Read More


Miscellaneous

Financial Inclusion – No Longer an Exception!

Published on July 24th, 2015 | by Guest

The world is getting smaller and financial inclusion is steadily becoming a rule, not an exception. Sample this-according to The little Data Book on Financial Inclusion 2015 (TDB) released by the World Bank’s Development Research Group, 62 per ... Read More


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