Wednesday, September 21, 2011

World’s Cheapest Car no Longer remains Cheaper

Tata Nano although publicized as being the cheapest car appears between the most expensive after a single car was given a golden cover to probably make it the most exorbitant car so far. Tata Motors and Tata's Titan Industries Gold plus have ornamented the Nano with over 80 kilos of gold, as well as, 15 kilos of silver, expensive stones and other semi precious jewels.
The car was made public at Tata Theatre in Mumbai by not any other than Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Group.  Today, gold is priced at Rs. 28,147 per ten grams and with over 80 kgs of the yellow metal used to decorate the Nano one can only guess its cost.  Gold plus is a Tata owned jewelry chain that was dependable for this show of wealth atop the Nano.  This car will be on exhibit at some of the company's showrooms for the next six months and audience can get a look at this show of magnificence, or get a photograph of them sitting in a gold festooned Nano.

This is not the initial stage that Gold plus has arrived out with something so pioneering.  Some years back the company had aimed the world's largest bangle which was over 6 ft in diameter and weighed 25 kgs.

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Friday, September 16, 2011

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Treatment for Asthma is discovered

Scientists have staggered on a prospective new treatment for delayed asthma attacks which can arise several hours after exposure to allergens. A team from Imperial College London found that blocking sensory nerve functions stopped a late asthmatic response in mice and rats. Around half of people with asthma experience delayed symptoms. The aid Asthma  says the research could help the understanding of asthma. 

Researchers say the late asthmatic response happens because the allergen generates sensory nerves in the airways. These nerves then set off a chain reaction which causes the release of neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which causes the airways to narrow. If these findings translate to humans, it will mean that drugs called anticholinergics which block acetylcholine could be used to treat asthma patients who suffer from delayed attacks.

These attacks can often happen at night, three to eight hours after the sufferer comes into contact with grass pollen or house dust mites and etc. At present, steroids are the main treatments for asthma but they are not effective for all patients.

Nano-sized Electric Motor is developed

Scientists have developed the world's primary sole molecule electric motor, a growth that may potentially create a new class of strategy that could be used in applications ranging from medicine to engineering. 

The electrical motor measures just one nanometre. About 60,000 of them equal the width of a human hair. The molecular motor is a get through that could lead to new types of electrical circuitry, according to Charles Sykes, an associate university lecturer of chemistry at Tufts University in Massachusetts. 

In a research circulated online on September 4 in Nature Nanotechnology, the Tufts team has reported an electric motor that measures a measly 1 nanometre across, a revolutionary work considering that the current world record is a 200 nanometre motor. 

The team plans to submit the Tufts-built electric motor to Guinness World Records.