32 Latest Seminar Topics on Upcoming Technologies

Today world is going through an era of science and technology, where inventions and innovations are exalting. Technology is creating our life a lot of easier and opulent. Things that we tend to solely imagine nowadays comes in to reality in different day. Science and technology is progressing day by day. 
32 Latest Seminar Topics on Upcoming Technologies
We have seen great growth and dependency in digital technology in past the past ten years. Smartphones, cloud computing, multi-touch tablets, these are all innovations that revolutionized the way we live and work. Here, below may be a list of top 32 technology trends that would be best for selecting seminar topics. Many of the given seminar topics have already been in research phase and prototypes built . You may select your seminar topic in consultation with your professor or another expert in the field.

Latest Seminar Topics on Upcoming Technologies that may revolutionize the World

Eye Tracking for Everyone

Advances in face and movement recognition ushers in a age of machines that are controlled by the gestures and movements of eyes.

Paper Diagnostics

After the entrance of digitization into the field of medicine, there is a reduction of time, and even many traits can be unmasked from it. But the problem is that there are certain areas (rural) which are not digitized to adopt these diagnostics. There is also an issue of cost perspective. To fulfill these rural circumstances, paper diagnostics comes into the picture. A strip of paper with urine or blood from one end to the other where chemicals and antibodies in the sample interact with an appropriate reagent, creating a change in color. The simple color-change reaction can provide critical information that lets doctors know whether a patient is in danger.

Designer Antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance has been declared as big a threat to our safety as terrorism — but now scientists are testing a new ‘designer’ form of the drugs that may help reduce the problem. This new style of antibiotic targets the specific strain of bacteria causing the illness, so that the other strains are left unharmed and don’t become resistant. The emphasis now is on the development of antibiotics with a much narrower focus to treat the most resistant bacteria.

Ingestible Robots

Consumable, biocompatible microbots that repairs injuries from within. Learn about Microelectronic Pill.

Smart Clothing

Smart clothing is still to go mainstream after first popping to the surface in 2015. Electronic textiles, also known as smart garments, smart clothing, smart textiles, or smart fabrics, are fabrics that enable digital components such as a battery and a light (including small computers), and electronics to be embedded in them. Smart textiles can be broken into two different categories: aesthetic and performance enhancing. Aesthetic examples include fabrics that light up and fabrics that can change color. Performance enhancing smart textiles are intended for use in athletic, extreme sports and military applications. 

Photonics in Space

Photonics are expected to make an impact in future Spacecraft engineering by replacing or enhancing conventional electrical approaches in the fields of digital and RF telecom payloads, sensors, micro LIDAR and spectrometers by reducing the size, weight, power, or performance of the systems they replace.

Volcanic Mining

Submarine volcanoes might eventually become a strategic resource for rare metals as humans exhaust deposits on land. A vast, untapped mineral resource exists beneath the seafloor, spread across the many thousands of submarine volcanoes worldwide. All volcanic magma contain at least trace amounts of various metals, and rocks are rich in metals like gold, silver, copper and molybdenum. 

Spintronics Revolution 

The rapid commercialization of “Spintronics” (electron spin-orbit technology) revolutionizes smartphones, smart technologies and IOT.

Carbon Breathing Battery

Carbon Breathing Battery In our rapidly warming world, finding a cheap way to pull greenhouse gases from the atmosphere while satisfying our energy needs could be the key to our continued survival on Earth in the centuries to come.

Super Antivirals

Broad spectrum antiviral drugs, based on the ISG15 mutation and other genetic therapies, arrive in market.

Diamond Batteries

Diamonds are made from carbon under high pressures, which can be synthesized. If made them from radioactive carbon-14 extracted from nuclear waste, they are able to generate a small electric current, becoming a battery that can last thousands of years with no emissions, radioactive or otherwise. The amount of radioactivity in each diamond battery is a lot less than in a single banana.

Optogenetic

Optogenetics (from Greek, Modern optik√≥s, meaning 'seen, visible') is a biological technique that involves the use of light to control cells in living tissue, typically neurons, that have been genetically modified to express light-sensitive ion channels. After a decade of Optogenetic engineering and research, neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Tourette’s, schizophrenia, autism, and many others become treatable.

Nano Feasibility

Light driven photomotors and DNA inspired technology finally make for widespread, inexpensive nanotech.

Cheap Solar Power

In the most optimistic scenarios for the power source, solar generation will increase 16-fold between 2016 and 2040, according to data from the International Energy Agency. A class of materials known as perovskites underway in U.S. government labs and other facilities around the world promises to accelerate rapidly even the most optimistic projections for solar deployment. By 2033, Perovskites and Organic Solar Cells achieves nearly 100% efficiency; innovation in manufacturing techniques make solar power widely available.

Uncheckable Quantum Internet

The internet is vulnerable to the kind of hacking revealed by Snowden because data still travels over cables in the form of classical bits—a stream of electrical or optical pulses representing 1s and 0s. A hacker who manages to tap into the cables can read and copy those bits in transit. The laws of quantum physics, on the other hand, allow a particle—for example, an atom, an electron, or (for transmitting along optical cables) a photon of light— to occupy a quantum state that represents a combination of 1 and 0 simultaneously. Such a particle is called a quantum bit, or qubit. When you try to observe a qubit, its state “collapses” to either 1 or 0. If a hacker taps into a stream of qubits, the intruder both destroys the quantum information in that stream and leaves a clear signal that it’s been tampered with. Because of this property, qubits have been used for quite some time to generate encryption keys in a process known as quantum key distribution (QKD). This involves sending data in classical form over a network, while the keys needed to decrypt the data are transmitted separately in a quantum state.

Biomimetic Materials 

New materials, inspired by the behavior of living things, have led to self cleaning clothing, self- repairing buildings, and the elimination of plastic packaging.

The Next Evolution of A.I. 

Big data analytics and predictive AI come of age-from weather, to elections, to geopolitics, evolution, and much else, the future has become almost disappointingly predictable.

Designer Molecules 

Artificial Molecules and from “super atoms,” with novel magnetic and chemical properties, enable the creation of revolutionary new materials.

3D Printing in Every Home

The ultimate in home shopping: cheap 3D printers in every home can print out almost anything – Electronics, Furniture, Food, and medicines – from files purchased and downloaded from the internet.

Fully Immersive Computer Interface

Intuitive interaction with entertainment, infotainment, web-surfing and what have you through advances in VR/AR, projection mapping, haptics, and brain-computer interface.

Self-Sufficient Energy Ecosystem

Microbial fuel cells, Anaerobic digestion tanks, lithium ion batteries, solar cell technology mean that virtually every home will now have a closed loop self-sufficient energy ecosystem.

Germline Genetic Modification 

Germline genetic modification is a form of genetic engineering which involves changing genes in eggs, sperm, or very early embryos. This type of engineering is inheritable, meaning that the modified genes would appear not only in any children that resulted from the procedure, but in all succeeding generations. Germline engineering is controversial because of its potential for human enhancement.

DNA Computing

“Genetronics” comes of age: self- assembling microelectronics made of genetic material and DNA-based supercomputers smaller than a laptop.

Holographic Pets

Holographic Pets become the next “thing” – interactive AI holograms that express and response to emotions.

Microwave Rockets

The use of gyrotron microwave arrays of beam lightweight rockets into orbit dramatically reduces the cost of space access. 

Rapid Genetic Screening

Easy home genetic diagnostics lead to customized medicine, genomics based drugs, and a revolution in the study of the genetic history of life.

Fusion Power

By 2044, Nuclear Fusion Power will be commercially available; infrastructure plans are underway for converting the grid to at least 75% fusion derived power in next two decades.

Space Based Solar Power 

Algorithmic Advances

Sophisticated algorithms- the product of advanced quantum computing-achieve wonders in medicine, astronomy, the search for extraterrestrial life, economics, architecture, and reconstructing the history of evolution on Earth.

Carbon Sequestration 

Programs for injecting large amount of atmospheric CO2 into basaltic rock, for permanent storage, become practical, and are widely implemented.

Wave top and Undersea Cities

Undersea and floating cities, developed to mine deuterium fusion fuel from seawater will emerge as wealthy and powerful city/states in the second half of 21st century. 

These are the some of the amazing things to come in near future. We hope this article will help you to select a good seminar topic.