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Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) (https://www.engadget.com/2019/08/21/harvard-metalens-better-than-human-eye/) unveiled their new creation that could revolutionize the lenses of today used in cameras, VR/AR headsets, and eyewear.
Elastic PSCs will revolutionize and widen the application base of solar cells integrated with moving parts and curvilinear surfaces with potential applications in intelligent prosthetic, prosthetic skin, smart textiles, consumer electronics, and biomedical devices.
3) Novel Reusable Sponge Could Revolutionize Ocean Oil Spill Cleanup
"This fun-to-use and innovative product will not only revolutionize the ear aisle but also be the first ear product that keeps moms coming back to the ear aisle month after month."
Our aim is to revolutionize and modernize the art of entertainment provision to our mass viewers." He further added that, Cinemas provide expression to the ever changing means of entertainment and we want to bring our Cinemas to the most advanced level."
"Revolutionize Your Child's Life: A Simple Guide to the Health, Wealth and Welfare of Your Child" will do just that for the parent looking to help their child while at the same time empowering them to make their own, sound decisions as they grow and face challenges that lie ahead of them.
With over 100 patented technologies that provide a solid foundation on which to continuously revolutionize the way multimedia is experienced, CyberLink's visionary outlook has allowed the company to grow rapidly.
Before the end of the decade, the Laser Communication Relay Demonstration (LCRD) mission will revolutionize the way we move tons of data from orbit to ground and all around the solar system.
LAHORE -- Nanotechnology is expected to revolutionize both science and society in various prospective and research is key to success not only in livestock but every field.
London, August 11 (ANI): Scientists are developing a new drug, which is showing great potential to revolutionize the world of medicine with its ability to cure everything from colds to HIV.
of Chester, Pennsylvania, and Revolutionize of Las Vegas, Nevada, protest the rejection of their proposals under request for proposals (RFP) No.
Artificial invention has many implications on society and will revolutionize it.