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How to reduce the price of petrol - its people's option

This article gives an idea about alternative fuel and its politics in real life.

Courtesy: Praveen Kumar



Whenever the demand for petrol raises there comes so many ideas to tackle. As the world proves this case many times " Demand is the mother of Inventions".

But, this idea is not a revolutionary one but the solution which is not implemented as people have already become money minded.

What is the solution?

Ethanol - which is a kind of bio-fuel yet it is one of easiest solution.

It is a chemical substituent which is already added in alcohol and many sweetening agents.

How to make ethanol?

Ethanol is a composition which is an additive to petrol, reducing the usage of petrol consumption.
India is a country using only 4% whereas in Brazil using around 20%.

Ethanol is not something strange or awkward one. People are well known about this. It is from the backbone of the Indian economy, nothing Agriculture. Yes, Ethanol can be produced and it is also a renewable one and also to the s…

New language for programming atoms,molecules

Synthetic biology is a relatively new region of research that might appreciably affect a number of fields, such as biology, nanofabrication, and medicine. A number one venture on this emerging discipline is that of embedding computation in molecular contexts, in situations where digital micro-controllers cannot be inserted. Doing this calls for the improvement of methods that may correctly represent computations the use of molecular additives.

 Molecular programming has been the art of adding value to full-featured AI systems. Thus this adds to create a new standard for usage.

A crew of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin has created CRN++, a brand new language for programming deterministic (mass-action) chemical kinetics in performing computations. In their paper, pre-posted on arXiv, the researchers define this new language and construct a compiler that translates CRN++ programs into chemical reactions.

Recent enhancements in DNA synthesis have unfolded new, interestin…