Its difficult to predict how the world will be on 10, 20 or 50 years. Here we introduce you with top 10 technologies according to MIT Technology Review, a renowned technology magazine, that have potential to change the world or at least the way we live.
1. Solar Fuel:
Noubar Afeyan Professor, Director cum Joule Biotechnologies co-founders created the organization brought microbial genetics can convert sunlight into ethanol or diesel. This invention will allow biofuels competitive with fossil fuel energy in terms of prices and rates.
2. Mobile 3-D:
Through two very successful films recently and Up Avatar, we can see the 3D film is gradually expanded its popularity. Professor Julien Flack, director of technology Dynamic Digital Depth (DDD) are directed to the development trend of 3-D not only on TV but also on smartphones and other mobile devices using a technology that converts 2-D content available to 3-D.
3. Antibodies dual impact:
Scientists Germaine Fuh antibody technique of biotechnology company Genetech has found a promising way to help patients fight diseases like cancer and AIDS by the dual effects of antibodies. The patients will be given two medications but took only one type of price. Hopefully from this discovery, drug treatment is better and cheaper.
4. Search time:
Veteran member of Google’s Amit Singhal Google aims to exploit the capabilities of social networking to the search results are always fast and timely, but still ensure consistent quality and the like search search common site.
5. Photoelectric light trap:
By precipitation of silver nanoparticles on the surface of a thin panels, Dr Kylie Catchpole Australian National University have discovered a way to improve battery performance. This finding could make solar energy competitive with more powerful fossil fuels.
6. Designed stem cells:
Researchers cell biologist James Thomson from Cellular Dynamics and University of Wisconsin, the United States has made a revolution in the way drug discovery and disease. He could provide a new way to create all types of cells in the patients with different diseases.
7. Social TV:
Everyone was ready to try combining social networking and TV, using correct hand computer, mobile phone to comment directly on events like the Oscars or the Olympics. Dr. Marie-José Montpetit MIT is working with Social TV to bring a combination of methods of active social networks and the mobilization of traditional TV.
8. Green Concrete:
The production of cement polluted environment with 5% carbon emissions globally. So the scientists Nikolaos Vlasopoulos Novacem company has created a kind of cement can absorb CO2. His innovations can reduce a large amount of carbon emissions which result from the cement manufacturing process.
9. Implantable electronic devices:
Professor Fiorenzo Omenetto Tufts University, Massachusetts, United States are developing implantable electronic devices can be used to distribute drugs in the body, stimulating nerves, monitoring biological signals, and more other purposes. And once it’s done, the device will automatically dissolved completely without affecting healthy patients.
10. Programming cloud:
Professor Joseph Hellerstein computer science from the University of California Berkeley, United States are developing a software to build cloud applications in hopes of bringing a new wave of applications for social media analysis Assembly, or the enterprise computing network sensor signal monitoring earthquakes.