User Authentication by a Selfie

Selfie has been one of the favorite buzzwords these days. And what is notable is that it is not limited to a specific age group. Although selfies had existed long before, it was in 2012 that the term made big news. By 2013, the word “selfie” had become common place enough to be monitored for…

Aircrafts on a Runway to Generate Electricity

“Boeing use noise produced by an aircraft on a runway to generate electricity. The patent mentions installing multiple acoustic collectors on both sides of a runway” When you hear of scientific innovations at airports, they’re usually trying to offset the environmental cost of such a necessary and long-haul mode of transportation. Airports and air travel…

Step into The Smart Shoes

Smart phone, Smart TV, Smart Camera, Smart Contact Lenses and now it’s time for Smart Shoes!! You recently did hear about smart contact lenses, now it’s time for the smart shoes. Yes you heard it right! Indian startup Ducere Technologies has designed a shoes, sync up with a Smartphone app that uses Google maps and vibrate to…

Smart Contact Lenses!!

Smart phone, Smart TV, Smart Camera, and now it’s time for Smart Contact Lenses!! The camera world has come a long way, since it was invented and built in 1975 by Steven Sasson as an engineer at Eastman Kodak. By the mid-2000s digital cameras had largely replaced film cameras, and higher-end cell phones had an…

NATCO Pharma Wins Patent War against Teva Pharmaceuticals.

Hyderabad based-Natco Pharma has won a patent battle against Israeli drug giant Teva Pharmaceuticals, over Copaxone, a drug used to treat multiple sclerosis. Natco markets Copaxone (Glatiramer Acetate) used in the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis — in the US market. The drug’s patent to Teva is set to expire in May. Teva appealed The…