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Global Online Payment Gateway Market to be Worth around USD 59.00 Billion by End of 2026

01-Mar-2021 | Market Research Store
The Global Online Payment Gateway Market Is Powered By the Increased Demand For New Technologies, Digital Payments, Etc. Are Driving Online Payment Gateway Growth Across The World. The payment process, from the token system to cashless payments and cash pooling, has evolved at a dizzying pace. A payment gateway enables any company to collect money through the preferred bank of the client, like online retailing. When shopping online, online payment gateways, that are nothing more than merchan

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Global On the Go Packaging Market Projected To Grow and Reach above USD 3,309 Million by The End Of 2026

01-Mar-2021 | Market Research Store
As per the report published by Market Research Store, Global demand for On the Go Packaging market was valued at approximately USD 2,290 Million in 2019, and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 3,309 Million by end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of around 5.4% between 2020 and 2026. Packaging is a secure, science- and art-based technology to shield the commodity from loss and contamination, especially consumables such as food and liquids. Most products including meats, drinks and medic

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Tiny Mushroom-Like Fastener Hold Promise From Diapers To Robotics

28-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Wageningen University researchers have lately developed a velcro-like fastener that too in a microscopic structure. The latestfasteneris designed like a tiny mushroomso as to help make advances in everyday consumers and also in scientific fields like robotics. The fastener is designed using soft materials to provide it with the necessary strength and flexibility. The study published in Biointerphasesclearly explains about the probabilistic fasteners functionality. The current fastener is des

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Super-Hard Metals Is Built With Nanoparticles Using A New Technique

28-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Currently, a team of metallurgists has been working toward making a pile of metals harder than expected. They are also trying to add in some flexibility, bending, twisting, and hammering or crushing between roller properties to the chunk of metal as well. The researchers are basically trying to achieve by breaking the metal structurein order to scrutinize the tiny crystals that form the entire metal piece. It is thus the small grains that help make the metal harder. The Brown University scient

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Study Shows Use Of Cell Lines For Cultivating Meat

28-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Meat is one of the food products that majority of the people on Earth love to relish. Recently, a team of researchers from McMaster has created a new form of cultivated meat using a completely new method. Using the latest technique the researchers could add more natural texture and flavor to the meat other than the alternative methods used currently to manufacture meat. The researchers Alireza Shahin-Shamsabadi and Ravi Selvaganapathydecided to make meat by mounding thin sheets of in-vitro cul

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Study Of Disordered Protein Hopping Open Doors For Future Alzheimer's Disease Therapies

28-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
The University of Cambridge, the University of Milan, and Google Research engineers have used machine learning tools to predict the role of proteins, especiallythe onesconcernedwith neurological diseases, in changing their shapes within microseconds. The proteins named amyloid beta that exist in the Alzheimers disease are found to avoid sticking together or forming any toxic clusters by bringing about an extreme alterations in their shape. With the help of the current study published in the jo

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Red Blood Congenital Diseases Finds Cure In CRISPR Technology

27-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Researchers are on the run find a perfect treatment for severe red blood congenital diseases such as sickle cell anemia or Thalassemia. Recently, a team from theUniversity of Illinois Chicago has found the modification of the DNA of blood cells from the patients to help develop an improved sickle cell disease treatment.According to Dr. Damiano Rondelli, the latest study shows the role of CRISPR and CRISPR-associated genes (Cas) technology CRISPR-Cas9 technique in editing the genes in the blood

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Silicon Could Now Be Produced At No Cost Of Energy Or Cash

27-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Researchers from Curtin University have discovered a new way of developing silicon. This material is commonly used in electronics such as cameras,phones, and computers. Traditionally, silicon are made at room temperature but the latest method used high temperature (heat) generated using electrical currents to trigger the necessary chemical reaction that can turn silica into silicon without any extra cost and zero impact on the environment. According to lead researcher Song Zhang from Curtins S

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Scientists Develop Graphene Nanochannels For Filtering Water

27-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
Researcher have recently stacked sheets of 2D nanomaterials like grapheneon top of each other and the gaps formed between these sheets are found to wide range application. The latest study published in the journal Nature Communications has a team from Brown University that has found ways to use the gaps termed as nanochannels for filtering water or other liquids with nanoscale contaminants. Lately, an entire new study has been launched against the spaces in between 2D nanomaterials. The resear

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Researchers Use A New Desalination Membrane To Make Seawater Drinkable

27-Jan-2021 | Market Research Store
According to Professor MATSUYAMA Hideto at Kobe University, their team has created anovelseawater desalination membrane. The researchers developed the membrane by laminating 2D carbon material on a porous polymer membrane surface. The urgent need for desalinated membranes is to start using seawater as well. This newly developed membrane has the potential to produce fresh water from seawater. The new study is projected to solve global freshwater water insufficiency. The current goal is to creat

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