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15.03.2019
16:56 AzoNano.comNew Method Uses Nanocarrier-Based Biological Fluorescent Probes for Drug Detection

In a to-be-published paper in the upcoming issue in NANO, scientists from Zhejiang have revealed a new method of using nanocarrier-based biological fluorescent probes for identifying ketamine and...

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16:55 Phys.orgArtificial intelligence for the study of sites

An experimental study led by researcher Abel Moclán, from the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), has just been published in the Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences journal, which proposes a new method to understand how the faunal assemblages were generated in archaeological sites, and how they could have interacted with groups of humans and carnivores in the places they occupied.

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16:44 Phys.orgQuantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields

A new way of measuring atomic-scale magnetic fields with great precision, not only up and down but sideways as well, has been developed by researchers at MIT. The new tool could be useful in applications as diverse as mapping the electrical impulses inside a firing neuron, characterizing new magnetic materials, and probing exotic quantum physical phenomena.

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16:44 Phys.orgImage: Bering in dire straits

The Bering Strait is a sea passage that separates Russia and Alaska. It is usually covered with sea ice at this time of year – but as this image captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission on 7 March 2019 shows, it is virtually ice-free.

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16:44 Phys.orgInSight lander among latest ExoMars image bounty

Curious surface features, water-formed minerals, 3-D stereo views, and even a sighting of the InSight lander showcase the impressive range of imaging capabilities of the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.

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16:33 Gizmag Robots lined up to help out spectators at 2020 Olympics


The Organising Committee for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo – that last month confirmed that Games winners would receive medals made using recycled electronic waste – has revealed the first Tokyo 2020 Robot Project helpers, which will assist spectators in wheelchairs to ensure they have "an experience they are unlikely to forget."
.. Continue Reading Robots lined up to help out spectators at 2020 Olympics Category: Robotics Tags: Assistive Technologies Olympics Panasonic Robots Toyota

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16:27 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsQuantum dynamics of disordered spin chains with power-law interactions

Author(s): A. Safavi-Naini, M. L. Wall, O. L. Acevedo, A. M. Rey, and R. M. Nandkishore A powerful numerical algorithm is used to characterize the emergence of many-body localization in long-range interacting systems. The interplay between disorder and power-law interactions is analyzed, confirming the existence of a transition from a thermal phase to a localized one.
[Phys. Rev. A 99, 033610] Published Fri Mar 15, 2019

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16:22 InsideEVs.comTesla Model Y Event Video Overload

The unveiling, test rides and even some Model Y commentary Tesla Model Y unveiling was one of the most interesting EV events in recent times. Elon Musk said that it could sell better than the three other models – S, X and 3 combined, which translates to hundreds of thousand per year. First deliveries of Model […]

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16:20 CNBC technologyFacebook, YouTube and Twitter are struggling to remove New Zealand mosque shooting videos

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube said they removed the original videos, but hours later people reported finding versions on the platforms.

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15:45 Phys.orgVideo: Using light to move wireless data faster

"We explore a range of projects that turn light into a powerful medium for data communication and object or behavioral sensing," says Xia Zhou, an associate professor of computer science. "Our recent projects include visible light communication systems and applications, smartphone sensing, and efficient spectrum monitoring to enforce the usage of radio spectrum." 

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15:45 Phys.orgExploring the behavior of a gas as it transitions between quantum and classical states

A team of researchers from the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms has developed a way to study and measure gases as they transition between quantum and classical states due to changes in temperature. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes experiments they carried out with clouds of lithium-6 atoms and what they found.

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15:33 LiveScience.comPhysicists Reverse Time for Tiny Particles Inside a Quantum Computer

The "arrow of time" went backward inside this tiny quantum computer.

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15:33 Phys.orgNanocoating makes lightweight metal foams bone-hard and explosion-proof

Metallic foams developed by materials scientists Stefan Diebels and Anne Jung at Saarland University Strong are strong enough for use in impact protection systems in cars, and are able to absorb the shock waves produced by a detonation. Their super lightweight, extremely strong metal foams can be customized for a wide range of applications.

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15:21 Reuters.com TechnologyFacebook readies AI tech to combat 'revenge porn'

Facebook Inc said on Friday it would use artificial intelligence to combat the spread of intimate photos shared without people's permission, sometimes called "revenge porn," on its social networks.

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15:10 InsideEVs.comTesla Model Y Image Extravaganza

Tesla Model Y revealed at the unveiling event The unveiling of the Tesla Model Y is already behind us. It could be one of the hottest all-electric cars on the market. Deliveries are expected to start in Fall 2020, but the Standard battery version isn’t coming until Spring 2021. Let’s take a look at the live […]

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15:05 Nature.ComLiquid marbles self-assemble from a pile of powder

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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14:57 Phys.orgArtificial intelligence learns to predict elementary particle signals

Scientists from the Higher School of Economics and Yandex have developed a method that accelerates the simulation of processes at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The research findings were published in Nuclear Instruments and Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment.

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13:58 AzoRobotics.comPremier Health and BCT Join Hands to Bring AI-Powered Remote Patient Monitoring to Telemedicine App

Premier Health Group (the “Company” or “Premier Health”), a Company focused on developing innovative approaches that combine human skill-based expertise with emerging...

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13:46 Technology.orgUC awarded third CRISPR patent, expanding its gene-editing portfolio

The University of California announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued U.S. Patent Number

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12:57 ScienceNewsDaily.orgNew Zealand attack video spreads across Twitter, YouTube and Reddit despite pleas from police not to share it

Authorities say 'extremely distressing footage' that appears to be livestream of terror attack must be removed

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10:32 Phys.orgShort circuit: Tokyo unveils chatty 'robot-eers' for 2020 Olympics

Tokyo Olympic organisers on Friday rolled out a pair of chatty robots they will put to work to assist wheelchair users at the 2020 Games as they continue to plug Japan's cutting-edge technology.

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05:50 Gizmag Researchers home in on the brain’s taste-sensing "sweet spot"


While the locations other senses such as sight and hearing are processed in the brain have long been known, the subjective nature of taste has made pinning down exactly where this sense is processed more difficult. Now researchers have finally homed in on the brain's "sweet spot," revealing the center responsible for processing different types of tastes.
.. Continue Reading Researchers home in on the brain’s taste-sensing "sweet spot" Category: Biology Tags: Brain Neuroscience Taste

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01:43 ScienceDaily.comThe sweet spot: Scientists discover taste center of human brain

Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and a new method of statistical analysis, researchers have discovered the taste center in the human brain by uncovering which parts of the brain distinguish different types of tastes.

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01:25 Nanowerk.comNew approach to fabricate nanostructures from multiple materials

New NSF grant to support efforts to create large-scale nanostructures from very small nanocrystals.

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01:04 SeekingAlpha.comNanometrics launches $80M buyback

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00:44 ScienceDaily.comFrom mirror-image biology to enhanced therapeutic proteins

Scientists have succeeded in reconstructing biomolecules in their mirror-image form. The researchers' goal is to create a mirror-image artificial protein synthesis system. Their aim is to produce mirror-image therapeutic proteins, such as antibodies, which would be protected from biological breakdown in the body and do not provoke any immune response.

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14.03.2019
23:46 ScienceDaily.comBrain wave stimulation may improve Alzheimer's symptoms

By exposing mice to a unique combination of light and sound, neuroscientists have shown they can improve cognitive and memory impairments similar to those seen in Alzheimer's patients.

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23:23 ScienceDaily.comExpectant mothers can prevent fetal brain problems caused by the flu, study shows

Choline, an essential B vitamin nutrient, can prevent fetal brain developmental problems that often occur after prenatal maternal infections such as colds and influenza (flu), according to a new study.

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22:41 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon should pick up on this robot featuring an origami-inspired gripper with a special touch (Kurt Schlosser/GeekWire)

Kurt Schlosser / GeekWireAmazon should pick up on this robot featuring an origami-inspired gripper with a special touch - It can sometimes be tough to grasp just how quickly advances are happening in robotics, whether its taking place on a warehouse floor or via an artificially intelligent dog that has learned how to open a door. Researchers at MITs Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Harvard University ...

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21:32 InsideEVs.comSee Starman Drive The Tesla Model 3: Video

Starman must have come back to earth, possibly on a SpaceX rocket? All jokes aside, one silly, happy point of the Tesla “non-advertising” campaign is its “Starman” that’s up in space somewhere, orbiting the galaxy. Most fans, and many others, know that Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s interests in technology, leadership, and financial commitments don’t just lie […]

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21:31 TechInvestorNews.comSony could use a robot to turn your PlayStation into a fitness machine (Gabe Gurwin/Digital Trends)

Gabe Gurwin / Digital TrendsSony could use a robot to turn your PlayStation into a fitness machine - Sony submitted a patent application for a robotic device equipped with a camera to assist in your workout. The images included suggest that the device will work with your PlayStation console. The post Sony could use a robot to turn your PlayStation into a fitness machine appeared first on Digital ...

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20:42 CNN HealthThese sports are most likely to send kids to ER with brain injuries

Almost 2 million children and teens -- an average of 283,000 each year -- were seen in emergency rooms across the United States for traumatic brain injuries between 2010 and 2016, according to a new government report.

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20:33 TechInvestorNews.comChina is overtaking the US in AI, warns Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesChina is overtaking the US in AI, warns Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence - Apple and Google being overtaken by Chinas National University of Defense Technology ...

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20:20 Phys.orgVideo: Are we running out of helium?

Did you realize that just like certain animals here on Earth, there are endangered elements, too? For example, we're constantly losing helium, a gas that defies gravity and escapes our atmosphere into space. This incredible element is in high demand all over the globe. It's also way too expensive to create in the laboratory, and that's bad news for more than just your birthday party!

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20:15 ScienceDaily.comBernese Mars camera CaSSIS returns spectacular images

Three years ago, on March 14 2016, the Bernese Mars camera CaSSIS started its journey to Mars with the 'ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter' spacecraft. The camera system has been observing Mars from its primary science orbit since April 2018 and provides high-resolution, color images of the surface. On 2 March 2019, CaSSIS also delivered its first image of InSight, NASA's lander on Mars.

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19:29 Physics.Aps.orgSynopsis: Black Hole Test for Gravity

Researchers test a key element of the theory of gravity in the strongest gravitational field to date—that produced by the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
[Physics] Published Thu Mar 14, 2019

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19:21 Technology.orgHow to train your robot (to feed you dinner)

About 1 million adults in the United States need someone to help them eat, according to census data from

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18:46 InsideEVs.comCupra Formentor PHEV Is Manifesto Of Brand: Photos/Videos

In production starting in 2020 Cupra Formentor concept unveiled in Geneva is a Cupra designed from the ground up, which is why the Spanish company calls it the manifesto of the brand. The plug-in hybrid Formentor is not only a concept, but a preview of the production version, which is coming in 2020. If nothing changes, […]

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18:27 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsTest of the Einstein Equivalence Principle near the Galactic Center Supermassive Black Hole

Author(s): A. Amorim et al. (GRAVITY Collaboration) Researchers test a key element of the theory of gravity in the strongest gravitational field to date—that produced by the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 101102] Published Thu Mar 14, 2019

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18:21 Phys.orgResearchers put machine learning on path to quantum advantage

There are high hopes that quantum computing's tremendous processing power will someday unleash exponential advances in artificial intelligence. AI systems thrive when the machine learning algorithms used to train them are given massive amounts of data to ingest, classify and analyze. The more precisely that data can be classified according to specific characteristics, or features, the better the AI will perform. Quantum computers are expected to play a crucial role in machine learning, including the crucial aspect of accessing more computationally complex feature spaces – the fine-grain aspects of data that could lead to new insights.

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18:09 Phys.orgFrom mirror-image biology to enhanced therapeutic proteins

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) have succeeded in reconstructing biomolecules in their mirror-image form. The researchers' goal is to create a mirror-image artificial protein synthesis system. Their aim is to produce mirror-image therapeutic proteins, such as antibodies, which would be protected from biological breakdown in the body and do not provoke any immune response.

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17:57 ScienceNewsDaily.orgAn origami design helps this robot lift delicate and heavy cargo

Fragile items, such as soft fruits, as well as heavier goods are in safe hands with a new robotic gripper.

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17:42 BBC HealthMushrooms may 'reduce the risk of mild brain decline'

Eating the fungi more than twice a week cut people's risk of memory and language problems, a study found.

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17:33 Technology.orgNew Analysis Shows China is Poised to Soon Overtake the US in Artificial Intelligence

According to a new analysis published on Wednesday, 13 March 2019, by the Allen Institute of Artificial Intelligence,

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17:09 AzoNano.comAnalyzing Carbon Nanostructures Using X-Ray Paves Way for Better Material Design

Nanostructures derived from carbon are very adaptable. They are capable of absorbing ions in batteries and supercapacitors, storing gases, and desalinating water. How well they handle the task at hand...

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17:04 ScienceDaily.comResearchers reverse the flow of time on IBM's quantum computer

Researchers have managed to return a computer briefly to the past. The results suggest new paths for exploring the backward flow of time in quantum systems. They also open new possibilities for quantum computer program testing and error correction.

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16:57 Nanowerk.comLightweight metal foams become bone hard and explosion proof after being nanocoated

Strong enough not only for use in impact protection systems in cars, but able to absorb the shock waves produced by a detonation. Those are just some of the properties shown by the metallic foams.

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16:54 Physics.Aps.orgFocus:

Author(s): Michael Schirber Dew condensing on an inclined, grooved surface rapidly forms large drops that roll quickly to the bottom for collection.
[Physics 12, 26] Published Fri Mar 08, 2019

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16:54 Physics.Aps.orgSynopsis: Two Nanodrops Zip Together to Form One  

Simulations reveal that nanometer-scale droplets merge via a zipping-like action initiated by molecular-sized waves on their surfaces.
[Physics] Published Wed Mar 13, 2019

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16:51 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsQuantum regression theorem for out-of-time-ordered correlation functions

Author(s): Philip Daniel Blocher and Klaus Mølmer Out-of-time-ordered correlation functions, relevant for, e.g., diagnosing scrambling and spreading of quantum information, are investigated in open quantum systems. A unified theoretical model is established to connect this quantity with feasible experimental observables.
[Phys. Rev. A 99, 033816] Published Thu Mar 07, 2019

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16:51 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsReverse direct detection: Cosmic ray scattering with light dark matter

Author(s): Christopher V. Cappiello, Kenny C. Y. Ng, and John F. Beacom The authors obtain novel model independent constraints on the interaction cross sections of light (sub GeV) dark matter particles. In the case of dark matter proton cross section, the results are competitive with cosmological constraints. However, in the case of electron dark matter cross section, the results of this paper improve the existing ones by one to two orders of magnitude.
[Phys. Rev. D 99, 063004] Published Fri Mar 08, 2019

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16:51 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsLearning-with-errors problem is easy with quantum samples

Author(s): Alex B. Grilo, Iordanis Kerenidis, and Timo Zijlstra Most post-quantum-cryptography schemes rely on the fact that learning noisy functions is hard, even for quantum computers. However, this task is easy if quantum data is provided, which poses interesting consequences in the area of cryptography.
[Phys. Rev. A 99, 032314] Published Mon Mar 11, 2019

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16:34 AzoNano.comResearchers Use a Single Fluorophore to Simultaneously Image Different Molecules

In day-to-day life, blinking lights can be used for sending signals––for instance, that a car is about to turn. At present, tiny “blinkers” that show single molecules of RNA or...

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16:34 TechInvestorNews.comNo, IBM didn’t just “reverse time” with a quantum computer (Technology Review)

Technology ReviewNo, IBM didn’t just “reverse time” with a quantum computer - Amazing headlines about time machines are a long way off the mark, sadly. ...

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16:33 ScienceMag.orgBus-size robot set to vacuum up valuable metals from the deep sea

Scientists will monitor trial next month to assess collector’s ecosystem damage

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16:09 Phys.orgMiniaturized neuroprobe for sampling neurotransmitters in the brain

Researchers at the University of Twente have designed a tiny needle in which micro-channels can be used for extracting small liquid samples from a local area of the brain. The needle is about as thick as a human hair. Thanks to this invention, neuroscientists are now able to monitor dynamic processes more quickly (within a few seconds) and accurately (micrometre precision). The research is to be published in the renowned scientific journal Lab on a Chip.

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15:58 InsideEVs.comIs Tesla Autopilot Way Ahead Of Rivals In Self-Driving Race? Video

What makes Tesla Autopilot the clear leader? Sure, Tesla Autopilot is still a “hands-on” system. To say that there haven’t been problems caused by the technology would be a lie. However, we don’t see all the times the technology has helped a driver or even saved a life. There are a handful of other companies […]

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15:57 Phys.orgUsing black holes to conquer space: The halo drive

The idea of traveling to another star system has been the dream of people long before the first rockets and astronauts were sent to space. But despite all the progress we have made since the beginning of the Space Age, interstellar travel remains just that – a dream. While theoretical concepts have been proposed, the issues of cost, travel time and fuel remain highly problematic.

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15:08 AzoNano.comHighly Porous Nanomaterial Rapidly Removes Toxic Pollutants from Industrial Wastewater

Using a defective filter to clean pollutants from water may sound like a vague and unoriginal idea, but a new study carried out by Rice University chemical engineers has demonstrated how the...

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14:56 TechnologyReview.comNo, IBM didn’t just “reverse time” with a quantum computer

Amazing headlines about time machines are a long way off the mark, sadly.

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14:56 AzoRobotics.comInnovative Nano-Bot for Probing Inside Human Cells

Researchers at the University of Toronto Engineering have developed a set of magnetic “tweezers” that can place a nano-scale bead inside a human cell in three dimensions with extraordinary...

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14:44 Phys.orgX-ray analysis of carbon nanostructures helps material design

Nanostructures made of carbon are extremely versatile. They can absorb ions in batteries and supercapacitors, store gases and desalinate water. How well they cope with the task at hand depends largely on the structural features of the nanopores. A new study from the HZB has now shown that structural changes that occur due to morphology transition with increasing temperature of the synthesis can also be measured directly, using small-angle X-ray scattering. The results have now been published in the journal Carbon.

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14:34 SeekingAlpha.comNanosphere hires Chaé Manufacturing to help satisfy product demand

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14:20 Phys.orgVideo: Our endless fascination with pi

For centuries, pi—the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter—has fascinated mathematicians and scientists. The number, which is infinite but never falls into a repeating pattern, is used in formulae throughout the sciences. For more perspective on the significance and fascination with the number, for Pi Day (3.14) the Gazette spoke with Jacob Barandes, a lecturer and director of graduate studies for physics.

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13:35 SeekingAlpha.comNano Dimension beats by $0.15, beats on revenue

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13:22 AzoRobotics.comResearch Report on Global Artificial Intelligence Market 2019-2023

New Study On "2019-2023 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast" Added to Wise Guy Reports Database. The global artificial...

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12:12 Technology.orgResearchers turn liquid metal into a plasma

Most laypersons are familiar with the three states of matter as solids, liquids, and gases. But there are

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12:10 News-Medical.NetHolotomography (HT) technology used to image individual neurons

A Korean research team has demonstrated quantitative morphological profiling of individual neurons using Holotomography (HT) technology developed by Tomocube.

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12:00 Gizmag In pictures: Up close with the magnificent McLaren 720S Spider convertible


At today's Melbourne launch of what we'd describe as the most beautiful car in the McLaren stable, we had a chance to get up close and personal with the new 720S Spider convertible. And what a stunner it is.
.. Continue Reading In pictures: Up close with the magnificent McLaren 720S Spider convertible Category: Automotive Tags: McLaren Supercars

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11:02 Nanowerk.comScientists use a blender to reveal what's in our smartphones (w/video)

Scientists blended an entire smartphone to dust before conducting a chemical analysis of the dissolved results to demonstrate why we should all take a keener interest in what is contained within everyday electrical items.

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11:02 Technology.orgUsing Black Holes to Conquer Space: The Halo Drive!

The idea of one day traveling to another star system and seeing what is there has been the

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11:02 Arxiv.org CSA Visually Plausible Grasping System for Object Manipulation and Interaction in Virtual Reality Environments. (arXiv:1903.05238v1 [cs.GR])

Interaction in virtual reality (VR) environments is essential to achieve a pleasant and immersive experience. Most of the currently existing VR applications, lack of robust object grasping and manipulation, which are the cornerstone of interactive systems. Therefore, we propose a realistic, flexible and robust grasping system that enables rich and real-time interactions in virtual environments. It is visually realistic because it is completely user-controlled, flexible because it can be used for different hand configurations, and robust because it allows the manipulation of objects regardless their geometry, i.e. hand is automatically fitted to the object shape. In order to validate our proposal, an exhaustive qualitative and quantitative performance analysis has been carried out. On the one hand, qualitative evaluation was used in the assessment of the abstract aspects such as: hand movement

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09:40 Gizmag Magnetic nano-probe explores individual cells from the inside


There's a good chance that in the future, microscopic robots could be swimming and crawling their way through our bodies to deliver drugs or fight infections. While some of these have been capable of manipulating individual cells, researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a new way to get nanobots inside cells, and precisely control them once they're in there.
.. Continue Reading Magnetic nano-probe explores individual cells from the inside Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Cells Microbots Nanomedicine Nanoprobe University of Toronto

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09:05 Technology.orgResearchers reverse the flow of time on IBM’s quantum computer

Quantum simulation gives a sneak peek into the possibilities of time reversal. We all mark days with clocks

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08:30 Gizmag Astronomers spot new bumper crop of supermassive black holes in the early universe


To look through space is to look through time, and a five-year survey has pushed that to its limits, peering back some 13 billion years to a time just after the Big Bang. Astronomers on the international project have turned up 100 supermassive black holes from a time when they were thought to be rare, suggesting we might need to rewrite our understanding of their evolution.
.. Continue Reading Astronomers spot new bumper crop of supermassive black holes in the early universe Category: Space Tags: Astronomy Princeton University Quasar Supermassive black hole Telescope Universe

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07:09 Gizmag Virtual Frame Technique captures incredibly high-speed video with any camera


High-speed cameras offer more than simply breath-taking slow motion captures of fast-moving events. Scientists and engineers often turn to these advanced imaging technologies to better understand rocket launches, lightning and viper strikes, and now researchers in Switzerland are now proffering such folks a brand new tool they say will work with any kind of camera.
.. Continue Reading Virtual Frame Technique captures incredibly high-speed video with any camera Category: Science Tags: Cameras EPFL High-speed Imaging

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05:38 InsideEVs.comWatch Tesla Model 3 Autopilot Avoid Dangerous Side Collision: Video

Tesla Autopilot saves the day yet again. It seems not a day goes by without Tesla Autopilot preventing some sort of possible collision. This video captures a Tesla Model 3 on Autopilot that moves out of the way of a car that was close to colliding with it after crossing lanes. This is a bit […]

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05:37 TechInvestorNews.comArtificial intelligence progress gets gummed up in silos and cultural issues (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsArtificial intelligence progress gets gummed up in silos and cultural issues - Survey finds things slow-going for AI and robotic process automation, ...

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02:31 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Builds Circuit to Solve One of Quantum Computings Biggest Problems (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogle Builds Circuit to Solve One of Quantum Computings Biggest Problems - Researchers at Google, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and the University of California Santa Barbara has solved one of the biggest limitations with quantum computing: all the control and readout circuits of quantum computer systems must be at room temperature, while their superconducting qubits live in a cryogenic enclosure ...

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02:21 InsideEVs.comWatch Tesla Model 3 Go Ice Racing On Studded Tires: Video

How does the Model 3 perform on ice? Well, that depends on the tire selection mostly. This particular Tesla Model 3 Performance has fitted to it some proper Hakkapeliitta 9 studded tires. Therefore, grip shouldn’t be that big of an issue. Portions of the video are captured via drone, which allows us to see the slides […]

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01:57 Nanowerk.comAstronomers discover 83 supermassive black holes in the early universe

Subaru Telescope spots 13-billion-year-old quasars powered by black holes.

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01:46 Nanowerk.comResearchers create nano-bot to probe inside human cells

Researchers have built a set of magnetic 'tweezers' that can position a nanoscale bead inside a human cell with unprecedented precision. The nano-bot has already been used to study the properties of cancer cells, and could lead to enhanced diagnosis and treatment.

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01:46 Nanowerk.comPhysicists proposed fast method for printing nanolasers from rerovskites

An international research team has developed a new method of synthesizing miniature light sources. It is based on a special laser which produces millions of nanolasers from a perovskite film in a few minutes.

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01:46 Nanowerk.comX-ray analysis of carbon nanostructures helps material design

Nanostructures made of carbon are extremely versatile: they can absorb ions in batteries and supercapacitors, store gases, and desalinate water. How well they cope with the task at hand depends largely on the structural features of the nanopores. A new study has now shown that structural changes that occur due to morphology transition with increasing temperature of the synthesis can also be measured directly -- using small-angle X-ray scattering.

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01:23 Nanowerk.comDefects help MOF nanomaterial soak up more pollutant in less time

Researchers find new way to remove PFOS from industrial wastewater.

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00:50 InsideEVs.comMercedes-Benz Concept EQV Electric Van Seats Up To 8: Photos/Videos

EQV is the latest member of the growing EQ family The new all-electric Mercedes-Benz Concept EQV unveiled in Geneva is closer production than the usual concept cars. The German manufacturer didn’t say when sales could start, but the production version will debut in just six months at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The electric MPV […]

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00:37 Gizmag Insta360's folding Evo shoots both 360-degree and 3D video


Insta360 is no stranger to the world of 360-degree video cameras, having brought us consumer, prosumer and professional models. Now the company is back with the Evo, which can shoot both 360-degree interactive video and 180-degree 3D.
.. Continue Reading Insta360's folding Evo shoots both 360-degree and 3D video Category: Digital Cameras Tags: 360-degree 3D Cameras Insta360 Video Cameras

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13.03.2019
23:40 TechInvestorNews.comIBM, and Some Other Companies Did Not Inform People When Using Their Photos From Flickr To Train Fac (Slashdot)

SlashdotIBM, and Some Other Companies Did Not Inform People When Using Their Photos From Flickr To Train Fac - IBM and some other firms are using at least a million of images they have gleaned from Flickr to help train a facial recognition system. Although the photos in question were shared under a Creative Commons license, many users say they never imagined their images would be used in this ...

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23:28 Gizmag Massive hypervelocity star escaping Milky Way hints at presence of hidden black hole


An international team of astronomers has recreated the orbital history of an enormous star that is currently barreling away from our galaxy at a phenomenal rate, having been ejected from one of the Milky Way's spiral arms. The discovery challenges the popular theory that escaping stars originate from the galactic center, and could hint at the presence of an undiscovered black hole.
.. Continue Reading Massive hypervelocity star escaping Milky Way hints at presence of hidden black hole Category: Space Tags: Black hole Gaia Galaxy Magellan Stars Supermassive black hole University of Michigan

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23:11 ScienceDaily.comLike rats, you brain may contain 'time cells' that help form long-term memories

A new study represents an important step in understanding the mystery behind how the brain encodes time when long-term memories are formed.

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22:42 LiveScience.comDecapitated Worms Regrow Their Brains

Ribbon worms that lose their heads can grow a new one.

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21:50 ScienceDaily.comNew cell subtypes classified in mouse brain

An international team has created a new way to classify neurons in the mouse brain. The approach is revealing new brain cell subtypes even while bringing the BRAIN Initiative closer to its goal of comprehensively mapping a whole brain.

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21:50 ScienceDaily.comNano-bot can probe inside human cells

Researchers have built a set of magnetic 'tweezers' that can position a nano-scale bead inside a human cell with unprecedented precision. The nano-bot has already been used to study the properties of cancer cells, and could lead to enhanced diagnosis and treatment.

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21:38 ScienceDaily.comDifferences in brain activity in children with anhedonia

Researchers have identified changes in brain connectivity and brain activity during rest and reward anticipation in children with anhedonia, a condition where people lose interest and pleasure in activities they used to enjoy. The study sheds light on brain function associated with anhedonia and helps differentiate anhedonia from other related aspects of psychopathology.

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21:38 ScienceDaily.comIt's not your fault -- Your brain is self-centered

You're in the middle of a conversation and suddenly turn away because you heard your name. While this 'cocktail party effect' of turning our attention toward self-related stimulation is well-known, scientist don't know if something similar happens inside our heads. By testing for 'self-referential bias' in working memory, researchers are starting to understand how our brains make us naturally self-centered.

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21:26 NewScientist.ComAI-powered smartphone cameras are changing the way we see reality

Smartphone cameras now use artificial intelligence to completely transform the pictures we take, and it could change the way we see reality

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21:26 NewScientist.ComIBM made a quantum algorithm that could make AI more powerful

Artificial intelligence can automatically sort out data, but it struggles for some particularly complex datasets – a quantum algorithm could do better

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21:20 LiveScience.comPut a Black Hole in Your Pocket with This New Stephen Hawking 50-Pence Coin

It features one of the late physicist's most iconic equations.

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21:15 Nature.ComMachine learning in quantum spaces

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21:15 Nature.ComSupervised learning with quantum-enhanced feature spaces

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