Taking inspiration from the Japanese paper-folding art of origami, the team created a paper model of a meta material that uses "folding creases" to soften impact forces and instead promote forces that relax stresses in the chain.
What is of interest is that in the new techno-nationalist imagination, the issue is not protecting small producers or indigenous technology etc. The focus is on creating what people believe to be the carriers of national power in the form of large companies.
Workers at Amazon and Microsoft have also spoken up for change within their companies, on issues ranging from climate change to surveillance, AI ethics and the decision to work with federal immigration agencies.
Agartala, Feb 21 (ANI): Latest automobile components on display at a state of the art workshop. Recently, an upgraded automobile workshop with latest computer controlled machines was inaugurated at ITI Indranagar Agartala campus. The aim of the workshop was to develop skills of local youths and provide them with more employment options. The upgraded workshop has been supported by TATA Motors Ltd. Along with TATA Motors Ltd, Bosch, Fleetguard, Wabco, TATA Technologies, Castrol, JK Tyres and ZF Steerings are actively providing training to students on latest technology. Chairman of the National Skill Development Corporation believes the centre will help students sharpen their understanding of modern vehicles. In the age of globalization and cut throat competition, students are expected to have extraordinary skills.The workshop will help students from the Northeastern region to get better know how of latest automobile technology and face future professional challenges.
Surat, Feb 19 (ANI): The Surat Municipal Corporation had come up with the initiative to clean the city by organising the 4th international conference on ‘Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Processing Technology for Developing Nations’. The main theme of this conference is ‘War against Waste.’ SMC Commissioner Milind Torwane said as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Clean India’ Campaign, they organised this conference.
Mumbai, Jan 10 (ANI): Union Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunications Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday appreciated the mobile companies for spreading mobile technology in the entire country. He said the responsibilities of the mobile operators do not end there; their main responsibility is to provide good service and for this the government is ready to take any strict actions. He further stated that if mobile operators can provide mobile services to villages, they should also provide better services as it is their responsibility.