Neutrinos – the enigmatic ghosts of the subatomic world

Fermilab recently announced that its 10-years-worth of efforts have yielded first results with its NOvA experiment successfully detecting neutrinos fired from 500 miles away. The experiment also confirmed the oscillations of neutrinos as they travelled with only 33 being detected out of the 201 muon neutrinos fired by Fermilab. Scientists describe neutrinos as the enigmatic ghosts ...

Virtual reality market to be worth a whopping $15.89 billion in next 5 years

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According to a new report released by MarketsandMarkets, Virtual reality market will be worth a whopping $15.89 billion by 2020 at a compounded annual growth rate of 63.18 per cent between 2015 and 2020. The growth will be seen in all virtual reality related technologies including devices (HMD, gesture tracking), components (sensor, display, software), and applications ...

Algae virus may affect brain’s activities, new research finds

By Friday, November 14, 2014 0 , Permalink 0

US scientists have claimed through a new study that those having algae virus in their throats had more difficulty completing a mental exercise compared to healthy people. The scientists have said that more research is required to establish the reason behind this. Researchers found that mice affected by Acanthocystis Turfacea Chlorella Virus 1 (ATCV-1) showed limited ...