# Technology on SCIENCE TRENDS

## Find The Vertex Of A Quadratic Equation Easily

A quadratic equation is any equation in the form of ax2+bx2 +c. Quadratic equations are most commonly found in the context of quadratic function s—functions such as ƒ(x) = x2 + x + 1 or ƒ(x) = 6×2−4x + 9. In more […]

## What Is An Unbalanced Force: Definition And Examples

In the context of physics, an unbalanced force is a force that causes a change in an object’s state of motion. Unbalanced forces are the things that make objects speed up or slow down. Recall Newton’s first law of motion, […]

## Polygon Shapes: 3, 5, 7 Sides And More

One of the kinds of shapes studied in geometry and algebra is polygons. Polygons are shapes that are made out a finite number of straight lines that close off some area of space. Polygons are among the simplest kinds of […]

## What Is The Force Equation?

The classical equation for force is one of the most important equations in physics. The force equation is a simple formula that captures the relation between the physical quantities of force, mass, and acceleration, and how changes in these quantities […]

## 30 60 90 Triangle: Formulas, Rules And Sides

If you have taken any geometry odds are you know about the many different kinds of triangles. Triangles are the simplest shape that can exist in Euclidean space and they can be classified according to the lengths of their sides […]

## Can Robot Bodies Express The Same Behaviors As Human Bodies? A Dancer-Engineer Breaks Open The Reality Of Robotics

Often, robots aim to replicate some form of natural motion or action. In controlled settings such as high-volume manufacturing or warehouse inventory, robots are often far better performing, with a higher quality of work and lower cost over time. However, […]

## GPAtlasRRT: Exploring What We Cannot See

When manipulating an unfamiliar object, we use the sense of touch to feel our way around it. We feel even what our eyes cannot reach, like the back of the object in our hands, and this is sufficient for us […]

## Sympathy Of Nanoparticles With Primary Astrocytes Leads To Neurotoxicity

Nanoscience and nanotechnology offer extremely optimistic possibilities to be applied in various disciplines of science and technology. Nobel laureate Richard Feynman laid the foundation for nanotechnology with his famous lecture, “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom,” at the California […]

## Utilizing Laser Light To Create A Novel Sound Laser

Yale scientists have created a new device that uses laser light to access sound waves and harnessed such light sound interactions to create a new type of “sound laser.” Acoustic wave devices are perhaps the unsung heroes of modern technologies. […]

## Study On The Ecological Diversity And Health Of Online News

News coverage can be dominated by just a few players, even in developed countries with an active free press. This dominance can lead to a reduction in topical and community diversity. Ownership structures might further limit coverage by implicitly or […]