New York: Wearable air conditioning is in the offing as engineers from the University of Missouri-Columbia have designed an on-skin device that include numerous human health care apps such as the ability to monitor blood pressure, electrical activity of the heart and the level of skin hydration.
Unlike similar products in use today or other related concepts, this breathable and waterproof device can deliver personal air conditioning to a human body through a process called passive cooling.
Passive cooling does not utilize electricity, such as a fan or pump, which researchers believe allows for minimal discomfort to the user.
The 75th Cannes Film Festival is making all the noise, and May 19 was an important day for Indians as R Madhavan's film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect premiered at the prestigious event.
It was mayhem across the markets with the benchmark indices falling sharply, thanks to the fall in the US markets. Here are a list of Bluechip stocks at 52-week lows in trade today.
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