Japanese Researcher Accidentally Discovers ‘Self-Healing’ Glass

Japanese Researcher Accidentally Discovers 'Self-Healing' Glass

Japanese researcher at the University of Tokyo has discovered a new glass material that can repair itself after break to pieces. Yes, you read that right. On the basis of a paper published by the researchers in the journal Science, the new form of glass is have the ability to repair itself after being shattered. That sounds like good news to us consumers, but not so for the glass manufacturing industry.
Glass made from a low-weight polymer called ‘polyether-thioureas’ can be made like new by applying a self-deprecating amount of pressure, they said. That’s compared to traditional glass that needs to be melted down and re-pressed.

The research, published in Science, by researchers led by Professor Takuzo Aida from the University of Tokyo, guaranteed that healable glass could have possibility to use in phone screens and other breakable devices, which they say are an important challenge for maintainable societies.

This does not mean we’ll be getting smartphone screens that can repair itself soon after it breaks anytime, but it open up the way for the manufacturing of a super-durable glass that could last three times longer than what we currently have which would influence products like car windows, construction materials, fish tanks and even toilet seats.

The researchers wrote in their paper that, “excessive mechanical robustness and healing capacity tend to be mutually exclusive,” the researchers wrote in their paper.

“In most of the cases, heating to raise temperatures, on 120°C or more, to restructure their cross-linked networks, is necessary for the smashed portions to repair”, Researchers claimed.

This is not the first time that researchers suggest polymer as a healable material for equipment like smartphones or other breakable devices. On the beginning of this year, researchers from the University of California recommended the use of polymers that heal breaks after 24 hours and could stretch up to 50 times its original size.

Currently, the evolution of self-healing glasses could be considered as a remarkable game changer in the smartphone industry. While it might influence the cost of mobile phones should smartphone manufacturers use healable materials in the future, it could still save consumers hundreds of dollars in costly glass repairs.

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.

Advantages of an Online Food Ordering System

Advantages of an Online Food Ordering System

Technology is always evolving and fetching additional comfort and effortless use to the customer. The numbers of evolution that accept online customer food orders now days are increasing. This can be termed as how restaurant communicate with their customers.
Ordering food online has increased convenience by allowing customers to order wherever they want. Apart from only bringing convenience to customers, restaurants also receive many benefits from having an online food ordering system.

Why do people love online food ordering?
Because it’s very convenient and No misinterpretations and no frustrations

Several Benefits of an Online Food Ordering Are Including:
1) Enhanced Efficiency
Having online orders can make the daily operations better organized for a restaurant. The time employees use to receive orders on telephone is reduced and this grown the time employees have to focus on dine-in customers

2) Increase in Sales
An online ordering system opens up a window of opportunity for customers. Restaurants can custom-built their menus in a manner they can make proposals to the customer as they are ordering. Customers have all the time to examine the menu and make additional selections that they would not normally make. This tends to a larger order per customer and translates to increased sales for the restaurant.

3) Positive Customer Service
In any business, in particular restaurants, customer service is everything! If a customer experiences bad service at restaurant, they may share it on the web and cost you many customers as well as bad reviews.

4) Access to Powerful Analytics
By using online ordering structure, it is simple to trace and inspect the sales pattern of customers as well as determine if and how customers are reply to offers, discounts and coupons. With this information on hand, it is easier to adjust promotions and menus. It also increases the possibilities of having more business.

5) Expanded Market Reach
With an online ordering structure, market reach is increases. We are able to reach customers otherwise we are not in a situation to know what our restaurant has to offer from other locations across the nation.

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.

The Psychology of Colour in Marketing

The Psychology of Colour in Marketing

When it comes to construct a content marketing campaign, it can be difficult to know where to start. You may have a beginning idea but bringing it to life and getting your message display are always harder than beginning thought.

Colour has been well known to have a strong psychological influence on human’s behaviour and decisions, and this knowledge has been utilized by designers and marketers alike. Usually, Colour can be the only reason for someone to purchase a product, where 93% of buyers focus on visual aspects and primary reason for buying the product is colour said by almost 85% purchasers.

Generally, you want your content to resound with your customer in some way and for them to react and engage with your marketing. Whether you want to educate, inform or excite, your choice of colour can help you stimulate an emotion and that all-important action.

Which Colours?
Yellow: Cheerful colours that promote confidence. Yellow colour used to create a sense of eagerness that can draw in emotions of buyers.
Orange: Orange has a very compulsive psychological meaning as it combines red’s power and energy with yellow’s friendliness and fun. This mixture of red and yellow makes orange a good portrayal of physical comfort in the form of warmth. Orange is also known to be a colour of inspiration, and lends us a positive attitude and a general enthusiasm for life.

Red: When it comes to personality and visual cues, red evokes stimulate emotions, increases appetite, represent passion and love. In marketing, it is known to increase the heart rates, and it’s mostly used on passionate shoppers. Red creates seriousness often utilized during removal of sales.

Purple: It is commonly associated with royalty, wisdom, and respect. Encourages to problem solving as well as innovations. Purple colour is used to promote beauty and anti-aging products. This colour is the perfect blend between the stability of blue and the energy and power of red making it the most common colour in magnificence brand items. It’s the most used in the creative industries since it’s the colour of creativity, mystery, and regeneration. Marketers have to keep in mind that too much purple invites interruption and introspection.

Blue: Blue is known for its trust and dependability. It’s dependable, accountable and mentally calm. For that reason, it’s one of the best-liked colours across the world, particularly with men. Overall, blue colour brings a sense of calmness and trust when building relationships, especially in marketing.

Black: Black is a colour of knowledgeable, humourlessness, control and independence, although it can also be used to show evil, mystery, depression and even death. Black is a very restrained colour that completely lacks any light as it’s an absence of all the colours

White: White is comprehensive and pure, making it a perfect example of innocence, cleanliness and peace. White can also represent new beginnings and gives refreshment for new ideas

Using the psychology of colour is habitual in many industries including retail sales, real estate, fishing, military, auto-manufacturers, and restaurants. Minute changes in colour schemes, distribution, and arrangement can impact sales, brand loyalty, transformation, and reliability. At the end of the day, every firm has to think about how their brand colours influence customer point of view and eventual sales

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.

Snapchat to bring Stories to the web with new ‘Stories Everywhere’ feature

Snapchat

The most famous photo-sharing platform Snapchat is working on its “Stories” feature to increasing the outreach on the Web as it also continues to test redesign of its Android and iOS apps, a report declares.

With a main focus to increase its outreach and grow user base, Snapchat is said to be working on “Stories Everywhere” feature to bring Stories to the web.

This Stories feature is still in beginning stages of development, and the main focus is to figure out how to distribute user-generated content on the web and elsewhere. This could mean that, Snapchat is also likely to make it simple to share videos on other platforms via a Web player that brings out people to sign up and download the app, the report added.

Snapchat is anticipated to leave behind Facebook for the first time in the US and the latter growth of the user is set to slow between teenagers and adults, a report by market research firm eMarketer said in the last few days. The app currently has 166 million users globally.

While Facebook and Instagram have essentially dragged off Snapchat’s Stories feature, they don’t offer support for sharing that content on other platforms, so Stories to another place could give Snapchat the edge here. That is, of course, until Facebook copies them yet again.
Snapchat is expecting that users will start showing interest in creating Stories if they can share them on different platforms and web. This will give Snapchat some exposure and will help in increasing their users. Also, Facebook and Instagram have Stories feature, they lack the support of sharing them to another platforms and this will put Snapchat in the focus of attention and have an edge to increase the revenue from content licensing.

Since the feature is in very beginning stages of development, do not anticipate it go official anytime in the near future. The company is currently continuing to test the redesigned iOS and Android apps.

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.