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Growth of 5G
January, 2019

5G, the fifth generation of cellular mobile communication, is witnessing an increase in adoption during the end of 2018. The technology is expected to be in wide use by the first half of 2019 in certain countries across the world. Many telecom giants like Sprint, Verizon and AT&T have started to roll out 5G, mainly in experimental phase. AT&T has launched its 5G network in 12 US cities, including Atlanta and New Orleans.In December 2018, Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 855, its high-end smartphone processor whi [...]

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PolyOne acquires Fiber-Line
January, 2019

PolyOne announced the acquisition of Fiber-Line, who is a one of a leaders in customized composite material and engineered fibers. The acquisition costed around $120 million.As, per Robert M. Patterson, CEO of PolyOne this acquisition is a path to upside growth owing to Fiber-Line being the innovative and new addition to their portfolio of composite solutions and fiber. Also, owing to the acquisition the firm will serve the built pout optic fiber cable and future 5G network.  The CEO also added the expectation that is a [...]

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Upcoming Healthcare Technologies
January, 2019

There have been a number of significant breakthroughs in medical science in the recent past - from ground-breaking surgeries to the latest biomedical technology. Artificial intelligence, IoT, cybersecurity, disaster preparedness and the real-world patient experience are some of the prime trends.Patient Data ManagementAlmost half of the healthcare vendors are expected to devote resources by 2019 to assist and manage healthcare data from retrieving, distributing, and analyzing p [...]

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New frontiers in HIV Treatment
January, 2019

Researchers team from Rockefellar University, that include Dr. Marina Caskey found that among 11 HIV patients given an antibody combo, nine maintained complete suppression of the virus for five months after going off their medication regimen.  According to experts the therapy could one day free some patients from taking daily pills to control the AIDS-causing virus. The drug "cocktails" used to treat HIV, called antiretroviral therapy (ART), have changed the face of the epidemic in countries where they are widely available, and t [...]

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Lungs-on-Chip
January, 2019

Organs-on-chips are newest human biology experimental tool, which can mimic from thumping hearts to breathing lungs. These devices closely resemblance the components of the computer than human body parts, but the scientists have now formed a functional archetypal for an entire array of organs like liver, lung, and also the reproductive system of female.Scientists are optimistic that these devices can help in modeling disease and simplify drug development process.The Lung:

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An Overview R&D Expenditure of Countries across the globe
January, 2019

Revolution and Innovation can be a major lead for any industrialized nation. Nevertheless, attaining a supportable rate of invention isn’t essentially an upfront exercise. The authenticity of invention is an intricate and difficult consequence to amount, and there are various variables that aspect into it at a national level.Research and development spending country wise [...]

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Thoughts to Speech Brain Implant
January, 2019

A Novel brain implant is currently in progress, which is developed under the supervision of the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Dr. Ashesh Mehta, a neurosurgeon at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, was working on his epilepsy patient to regulate the basis of annexations. However, the patient settled to be part of a brave research whose eventual goal is to decode thoughts into speech.An even set of microelectrodes was connected on the left cerebral cortex, on top of the zones which are responsible for li [...]

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BASF Profitability Alert! – A Dearing Warning Screaming at Distance?
January, 2019

Recently BASF, the Global Chemical Giant and Largest Chemical Producer after scheduled splitting DowDuPont, announced that it is expecting revenue decline in various markets which may impact its bottom line. The information outlined some of the macro level parameters such as the US-China trade war and BREXIT along with some circumstantial parameters such as low water levels in Rhine river as factors contributing in decline. The company announced that relatively weaker performance in chemicals segment is expected to result earnings before intere [...]

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Hanwha Total Petrochemical to Expand Daesan Facility
January, 2019

The 50-50 joint venture company between Total and Hanwha known as Hanwha total petrochemical is investing around $500 million to expand its Daesan integrated refining and petrochemical complex in South Korea. By end of 2020 the expansion is anticipated to increase the annual ethylene capacity by 10% to 1.5 million tones and polypropylene capacity by almost 60% to 1.1 million tones.The firm has been making series of investments and the recent project is a part of it. The total investments sum up to $750 million. The plant wil [...]

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Lotte Chemical to Construct Ethylene Project
January, 2019

The firm Lotte chemical announced the new project of constructing Ethylene petrochemical plants in Indonesia. The project is known as Lotte Chemical Indonesia New Ethylene (LINE). The new project will include installation a naphtha cracker and petrochemical plants to manufacture ethylene derivatives. The overall cost of the project is estimated to be around $3.5 billion. The project is estimated to start in 2020 and with targeted operational commencement by 2023. The naphtha cracker installation in the LINE project will also support the existin [...]

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