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24.10.2018
17:09 Technology.orgHow to mass produce cell-sized robots

Tiny robots no bigger than a cell could be mass-produced using a new method developed by researchers at

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16:57 CNBC technologyFacebook is using new software to identify and remove child nudity photos uploaded to the site

The new tool helped moderators take down 8.7 million images with child nudity in the last quarter.

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16:22 Nanowerk.comRevealing the mechanisms behind the enhancement of thermal properties of graphene nanofluids

Researchers describe and explain why dispersing graphene in a suitable solvent leads to the resulting nanofluid having much better thermal properties than the original liquid.

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16:21 Phys.orgVirtual reality brings dog's anatomy to life for veterinary students

Sara Farthing, a first-year student in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech, needed a mental picture.

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16:17 ScienceDaily.comStudy reveals how the brain overcomes its own limitations

Neuroscientists have discovered how the brain tries to compensate for its poor performance in tasks that require complicated mental transformations.

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16:10 Phys.orgUsing AI to create new fragrances

Skilled perfumers bring art and science together to design new fragrances, a talent that takes ten or more years to develop. Crafting a fragrance that leaves an impression is one of the most important components a consumer considers when forming a positive or negative opinion about everyday products like laundry detergent, deodorant, air freshener and, of course, cologne and perfume. What if artificial intelligence (AI) could learn from these professionals to augment the process of developing new fragrances or identify completely novel creative pathways? With this in mind, my team at IBM Research, together with Symrise, one of the top global producers of flavors and fragrances, created an AI system that can learn about formulas, raw materials, historical success data and industry trends.

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16:05 ScienceDaily.comAstronomers spot signs of supermassive black hole mergers

New research has found evidence for a large number of double supermassive black holes, likely precursors of gigantic black hole merging events. This confirms the current understanding of cosmological evolution -- that galaxies and their associated black holes merge over time, forming bigger and bigger galaxies and black holes.

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15:58 Nanowerk.comNanophotonics technology to allow 100-times-faster internet

Groundbreaking new technology could allow 100-times-faster internet by harnessing twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster.

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15:34 Nanowerk.comJust in time for Halloween: Brain-eating amoebae halted by silver nanoparticles

Scientists have developed silver nanoparticles coated with anti-seizure drugs that can kill brain-eating amoebae while sparing human cells.

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15:22 Phys.orgMore goals in quantum soccer

Let's suppose you were allowed to blindfold German soccer star Timo Werner and turn him on his own axis several times. Then you ask him to take a shot blind. It would be extremely unlikely that he would hit the goal.

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15:18 Nature.ComMedical chimps’ retirement, Nobel laureates’ Brexit warning and science mega-prizes

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14:34 Phys.orgImage: Newborn stars blow bubbles in the Cat's Paw Nebula

This image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the Cat's Paw Nebula, so named for the large, round features that create the impression of a feline footprint. The nebula is a star-forming region in the Milky Way galaxy, located in the constellation Scorpius. Estimates of its distance from Earth range from about 4,200 to about 5,500 light-years.

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14:17 NewScientist.ComPresenting robots as people stops us thinking clearly about AI

Last week, Pepper the robot spoke before Parliament, but this kind of stunt distracts from the real issues AI provokes, says Joanna Bryson

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14:10 Phys.orgDeformation of nanotubes to control conductivity

Scientists from the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Inorganic Nanomaterials and international colleagues have proved that it's possible to change the structural and conductive properties of nanotubes by stretching them. This finding has applications in electronics and high-precision sensors such as microprocessors and detectors. The research article has been published in Ultramicroscopy.

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13:57 News-Medical.NetEmergex completes toxicology testing on gold nanoparticle carrier system for vaccine platform

Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited, a biotechnology company pioneering a new approach to synthetic vaccine development in the field of infectious diseases, today announces the successful completion of preclinical toxicology testing on the gold nanoparticle carrier system that forms the fundamental basis for Emergex's entire infectious disease vaccine platform.

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13:47 AzoRobotics.comNew Patrolling Robots to Eradicate Petrol Plant Explosions

Autonomous robots fitted with tiny chemical sensors that listen to the ‘sounds’ coming off gases will instantly detect gas leaks in petrochemical plants and pipelines to dramatically...

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13:35 FT.com TechnologyDoes virtual reality need a dash of magic?

‘We’ve been waiting a long time for VR to enter everyday life’

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13:35 Technology.orgAstronomers spot signs supermassive black hole mergers

New research, published today in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has found evidence for

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12:11 NYT HealthPhys Ed: Even a 10-Minute Walk May Be Good for the Brain

Ten minutes of mild exercise can immediately alter how certain parts of the brain communicate and coordinate with one another and improve memory function.

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12:01 AzoRobotics.comNew Method for Mass Production of Tiny Robots

Tiny robots no bigger than a cell could be mass-produced using a new method developed by researchers at MIT. The microscopic devices, which the team calls "syncells" (short for synthetic...

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11:49 AzoRobotics.comWorld’s First AI Smart Hives Help Conserve Declining Global Honey Bee Populations

Oracle and The World Bee Project have announced a world-first approach to understanding the declines of honey bee populations and helping protect them. The new programme uses cloud technology to...

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11:38 Technology.orgTo see what’s right in front of you, your brain may need some rewiring

Life-changing moments are also brain-changing moments: everything from a first kiss to a last goodbye modifies cells within

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11:38 AzoRobotics.comThermaltronics Wins Global Technology Award for New Full Vision Soldering Robot

Thermaltronics USA, Inc. announces that it was awarded a 2018 Global Technology Award in the category of Soldering Equipment – Other for its TMT-R9800S Soldering Robot. The award was presented...

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11:26 AzoNano.comIran Builds Machine to Purify Wastewater Using Nanotechnology

A graywater purification device, which is made based on nanostructured ceramic membranes, was recently unveiled in a nanotechnology exhibition in Tehran. The device was unveiled on the sidelines of...

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10:51 Technology.orgGas and Dust Seen Swirling Around our Galaxy’s Supermassive Black Hole

At the heart of the Milky Way Galaxy lurks a Supermassive Black Hole (SMBH) named Sagittarius A* (Sag.

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10:51 Technology.orgVirtual reality brings dog’s anatomy to life for veterinary students

Sara Farthing, a first-year student in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech, needed a mental

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10:51 Technology.orgMutation in common protein triggers tangles, chaos inside brain cells

A pioneer in the study of neural cells revealed how a single mutation affecting the most common protein

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10:37 News-Medical.NetResearchers identify a new way to prolong the circulation of cancer-fighting nanoparticles in the bloodstream

For a number of innovative and life-saving medical treatments, from organ replacements and skin grafts to cancer therapy and surgery, success often depends on slipping past or fending off the body's immune system.

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10:16 Technology.orgNew Packard Fellow leverages time crystals to improve quantum measurement

wo years ago, Norman Yao made a big splash by showing physicists how to create a unique material

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09:53 Gizmag MIT punches out cell-sized robots made of graphene


Robots are getting smaller and smaller, from the size of bugs down to tiny bead-shaped robots that could one day swim through the body to monitor health or deliver medication. MIT engineers recently managed to create cell-sized robots that could collect data about their environment, but were a little tricky to manufacture. Now, the team has found a way to mass produce these synthetic cells (syncells) through controlled fracturing of graphene.
.. Continue Reading MIT punches out cell-sized robots made of graphene Category: Materials Tags: Graphene Manufacturing Materials Microbots MIT Nanoscale Robotics Robots Sensors

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09:03 News-Medical.NetScientists develop nanodevice to deliver immunotherapy without side effects

Houston Methodist scientists have developed a nanodevice to deliver immunotherapy without side effects to treat triple-negative breast cancer.

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03:45 Google news HealthVirtual Reality Environments (image) - EurekAlert (press release)

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02:33 ScienceDaily.comTo see what's right in front of you, your brain may need some rewiring

As you encounter new experiences and form new memories, your brain changes. Now, researchers show that some of these change occur in a brain region devoted to visual perception.

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02:11 NewScientist.ComWinners of the astronomy photo prize reveal the beauty of the universe

Brad Goldpaint has won Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018 thanks to a fantastic image of the Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy above the Grand Canyon

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02:05 Phys.orgAstronomers spot signs of supermassive black hole mergers

New research, published today in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has found evidence for a large number of double supermassive black holes, likely precursors of gigantic black hole merging events. This confirms the current understanding of cosmological evolution—that galaxies and their associated black holes merge over time, forming bigger and bigger galaxies and black holes.

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01:07 NYT ScienceOut There: Stephen Hawking’s Final Paper: How to Escape From a Black Hole

In a study from beyond the grave, the theoretical physicist sings (mathematically) of memory, loss and the possibility of data redemption.

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23.10.2018
23:37 Nanowerk.comHow to mass produce cell-sized robots

Novel technique could lead to tiny, self-powered devices for environmental, industrial, or medical monitoring.

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22:53 Phys.orgScientists capture images of antibodies working together against malaria

Scientists investigating how the human immune system defends against malaria have uncovered a rare phenomenon: antibodies working together to bind to a vulnerable spot on the parasite.

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22:40 Phys.orgResearchers demonstrate 'random, transistor' laser that can be manipulated at nanoscale

In the last half-century, laser technology has grown into a multi-billion-dollar global industry and has been used in everything from optical-disk drives and barcode scanners to surgical and welding equipment.

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22:36 ScienceDaily.comHow to mass produce cell-sized robots

Researchers have discovered a way to mass produce tiny, cell-sized robots that could be used for industrial or biomedical monitoring.

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22:29 Phys.orgHow to mass produce cell-sized robots

Tiny robots no bigger than a cell could be mass-produced using a new method developed by researchers at MIT. The microscopic devices, which the team calls "syncells" (short for synthetic cells), might eventually be used to monitor conditions inside an oil or gas pipeline, or to search out disease while floating through the bloodstream.

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21:27 Nature.ComHere’s what the quantum internet has in store

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21:07 Nanowerk.com'Mushrooms' and 'brushes' help cancer-fighting nanoparticles survive in the body

Researchers find optimal polymer coating to preserve nanoparticles.

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20:55 Nanowerk.comDeformation of nanotubes to control conductivity

Scientists have proved it possible to change the structural and conductive properties of nanotubes by stretching them.

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20:08 Phys.org'Mushrooms' and 'brushes' help cancer-fighting nanoparticles survive in the body

For a number of innovative and life-saving medical treatments, from organ replacements and skin grafts to cancer therapy and surgery, success often depends on slipping past or fending off the body's immune system. In a recent development, aimed at aiding cancer detection and treatment, Drexel University researchers might have found the ideal surface texture for helping microscopic, medical helpers to survive in the bloodstream without being screened out by the body's natural defense mechanisms.

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19:56 Phys.orgHey Portal, Facebook might want to cut the losses now on the video device

Imagine the politician who gets caught in a scandal, breaching the public's trust, whether that be of a sexual nature, misspending taxpayer money or just doing something dumb.

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19:40 ScienceDaily.comAI doctor could boost chance of survival for sepsis patients

Scientists have created an artificial intelligence system that could help treat patients with sepsis.

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17:34 Nature.ComTeleportation over a 6-kilometre cable, courtesy of quantum powers

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17:26 TechnologyReview.comBlood infections kill millions—but AI could help

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17:24 CNN HealthNobel-winning scientists issue stark Brexit warning

If the UK leaves the European Union in 2019 without the closest possible future ties, new blocks to scientific collaboration "will inhibit progress, to the detriment of us all," 29 European Nobel Prize-winning scientists have warned.

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17:02 Phys.orgTesting an undersea robot that can detect and map oil spills

In late September 2018, MBARI engineers demonstrated a new use for MBARI's long-range autonomous underwater vehicles (LRAUVs)—detecting and tracking oil spills. Working with the US Coast Guard and collaborators at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), MBARI engineers outfitted an LRAUV with special instruments (fluorometers) that can detect oil in water. For the recent test in Monterey Bay, the team simulated an oil spill using non-toxic, biodegradable dye.

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16:50 Phys.orgArtificial intelligence will make you smarter

The future won't be made by either humans or machines alone – but by both, working together. Technologies modeled on how human brains work are already augmenting people's abilities, and will only get more influential as society gets used to these increasingly capable machines.

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16:33 ScienceDaily.comNew technology encodes and processes video orders of magnitude faster than current methods

Computer scientists have developed a new technology that can encode, transform and edit video faster -- several orders of magnitude faster -- than the current state of the art.

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16:33 ScienceDaily.comBrain training app helps reduce OCD symptoms

A 'brain training' app could help people who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) manage their symptoms, which may typically include excessive handwashing and contamination fears.

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16:04 AzoNano.comGreen Electronic Polymer-Based Films Produced Using Protein Nanowires

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has developed a new group of electronic materials that may pave the way to a “green,” more sustainable future in...

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16:03 AzoRobotics.comResearchers Take Artificial Intelligence to a Whole New Level

Computer scientists at TU Wien (Vienna) have used neurobiology to enhance Artificial Intelligence. The latest methods are able to accomplish incredible results with unexpectedly little effort....

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15:51 Phys.orgBattle of the video speakers: Amazon Echo Show vs. Google Home Hub

The battle of the video speakers begins in earnest today.

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15:05 InsideEVs.comMercedes-Benz EQC Interior Overview: Video

EQC will not disappoint typical Mercedes-Benz customers. Here is a very informative overview of the interior of all new Mercedes-Benz EQC at the 2018 Paris Motor Show by the Toronto Electric Vehicle Association TEVA. Mercedes-Benz took care to not compromise any luxury or quality with its first higher-volume electric car and to not sway too […]

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15:04 Phys.orgImage: Cloudlets swarm around our local supermassive black hole

This image from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) shows the area surrounding Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole that lurks at the centre of the Milky Way—highlighted here with a small circle. New research has revealed exciting evidence of interstellar gas and dust orbiting the black hole at high speeds.

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15:04 Phys.orgSelf-assembling silicone-based polymers

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology, RIKEN and Tohoku University have developed a silicone polymer chain that can self-assemble into a 3-D periodic structure. They achieved this by using their recently reported self-assembling triptycene molecules to modify the ends of the polymer chains.

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15:04 Phys.orgAvian neuroscientists identify new stress response component in poultry brain

Avian neuroscientists at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture probing the neural pathways for stress response have identitifed a new structure of neurons in the poultry brain.

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14:40 Technology.orgEntrainment of the Brain‘s Theta Waves Proven to Enhance Memory

A new study conducted at the Centre for Neuroscience at the University of California, Davis, published recently in

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14:40 Phys.orgRussian physicists postulate the existence of dark matter-based Bose stars

Researchers developed a mathematical model describing motion of dark matter particles inside the smallest galaxy halos. They observed that over time, dark matter may form spherical droplets of quantum condensate. Previously, this was considered impossible, as fluctuations of the gravity field produced by dark matter particles were ignored. The study is published in Physical Review Letters.

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14:40 Phys.orgHighly efficient cooling using a new nanoporous solid

Heat recovery (solar energy, heat pump, air conditioning, cooling) is a key research focus toward reducing power consumption and encouraging sustainable development. Even if water recovery and release using nanoporous materials is a reliable strategy to achieve this goal, developing new energy-efficient processes remains a challenge. Researchers from the Paris porous materials Institute (CNRS, ENS Paris, ESPCI Paris/ PSL University) and from the Charles Gerhardt Institute in Montpellier (Université Montpellier/CNRS/ ENSCM) have discovered a new hybrid porous material that is robust and synthetized through a "green chemistry" route. In Nature Energy, they report that this new material is much more efficient than any other water adsorbent, with a high storage capacity and a lower regeneration temperature.

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14:40 Phys.orgResearchers discover drug that could combat brain cell death in those with Alzheimer's disease

One of the hallmark traits of Alzheimer's disease, a debilitating disorder marked by memory deficits and general cognitive decline, is the accumulation in the brain of a protein called b-amyloid. These proteins form "plaques" and bind to unique proteins on the surface of brain cells called receptors, causing widespread cell death.

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13:30 Phys.orgNASA's First Image of Mars from a CubeSat

NASA's MarCO mission was designed to find out if briefcase-sized spacecraft called CubeSats could survive the journey to deep space. Now, MarCO—which stands for Mars Cube One—has Mars in sight.

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13:30 ModernHealthCare.comScripps and Nvidia look to apply AI to health data

The two organizations will investigate how to apply AI-based techniques to health data to detect and prevent atrial fibrillation, diabetes and high blood pressure.

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12:46 Nanowerk.comPhysicists carry out quantum simulation of the physical effects of disorder in topological insulators

Scientists used experiments with ultra-cold atoms trapped and driven by lasers to create a new disorder-induced topological insulator.

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12:30 Nature.ComLook to Africa to advance artificial intelligence

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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12:11 TechnologyReview.comAI can’t replace doctors. But it can make them better.

A machine can collate environmental data, genetic data, and patient history way better than I can.

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12:00 Technology.orgAI-powered pedestrians will be used for autonomous vehicles test simulations

New £2.7m research programme will use Artificial Intelligence powered pedestrians & other road users to test autonomous vehicles.

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10:52 Technology.orgOSU researchers propose CRISPR as influencer of low genetic diversity in deadly bacteria

Scientists at Oregon State University have shed light on the evolutionary history of a soil-borne bacteria that is

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09:57 Phys.orgNew technology encodes and processes video orders of magnitude faster than current methods

Computer scientists at the University of California San Diego have developed a new technology that can encode, transform and edit video faster—several orders of magnitude faster—than the current state of the art.

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09:46 Technology.orgMonitoring electromagnetic signals in the brain with MRI

Researchers commonly study brain function by monitoring two types of electromagnetism — electric fields and light. However, most

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09:46 Technology.orgSmallest life forms have smallest working CRISPR system

An ancient group of microbes that contains some of the smallest life forms on Earth also has the

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09:46 Technology.orgBrain Wave Device Enhances Memory Function

The entrainment of theta brain waves with a commercially available device not only enhances theta wave activity, but

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08:16 Technology.orgNASA’s First Image of Mars from a CubeSat

NASA’s MarCO mission was designed to find out if briefcase-sized spacecraft called CubeSats could survive the journey to

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04:37 Arxiv.org CSA System for Acquiring, Processing, and Rendering Panoramic Light Field Stills for Virtual Reality. (arXiv:1810.08860v1 [cs.GR])

We present a system for acquiring, processing, and rendering panoramic light field still photography for display in Virtual Reality (VR). We acquire spherical light field datasets with two novel light field camera rigs designed for portable and efficient light field acquisition. We introduce a novel real-time light field reconstruction algorithm that uses a per-view geometry and a disk-based blending field. We also demonstrate how to use a light field prefiltering operation to project from a high-quality offline reconstruction model into our real-time model while suppressing artifacts. We introduce a practical approach for compressing light fields by modifying the VP9 video codec to provide high quality compression with real-time, random access decompression.
We combine these components into a complete light field system offering convenient acquisition, compact file size, and high-quality

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03:41 DefenseTech.orgArmy Wants to Use Robots to Help Conduct Precision Strikes on the Enemy

Army officials are hoping that experts in non-military robotics can find new ways for combat units to defeat the enemy.

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01:33 Telegraph.co.ukNobel scientists make Brexit plea for free movement and funding

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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01:20 ScienceDaily.comBrain wave device enhances memory function

The entrainment of theta brain waves with a commercially available device not only enhances theta wave activity, but also boosts memory performance, according to new research.

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00:46 ScienceDaily.comNASA's first image of Mars from a CubeSat

NASA's MarCO mission was designed to find out if briefcase-sized spacecraft called CubeSats could survive the journey to deep space. Now, MarCO -- which stands for Mars Cube One -- has Mars in sight.

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00:17 ExtremeTech.comThieves Caught on Video Stealing Tesla With Key Fob Relay Hack

If you’ve got an expensive, popular car like the Tesla Model S, you have to expect that someone might eventually want to steal it. You should take steps to prevent that, but UK-based Tesla owner Antony Kennedy did not.
The post Thieves Caught on Video Stealing Tesla With Key Fob Relay Hack appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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00:13 Nature.ComEurope’s Nobel laureates step up warnings about Brexit’s effect on science

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22.10.2018
22:31 ScienceDaily.comWould you zap your brain to improve your memory?

Individuals were more willing to use a hypothetical brain stimulation device on others than on themselves, specifically to improve 'core functions,' like kindness and self-confidence.

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22:31 ScienceDaily.comNew target of alcohol in the brain

When alcohol enters the brain, it causes neurons in a specialized region called the ventral tegmental area, or VTA -- also known as the "pleasure center" -- to release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that produces those feel-good sensations, and tells the brain that whatever it just experienced is worth getting more of.

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22:08 ScienceDaily.comMonitoring electromagnetic signals in the brain with MRI

MIT engineers have devised a new technique to detect either electrical activity or optical signals in the brain, using a minimally invasive technique based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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22:08 ScienceDaily.comNanosized ferroelectrics become a reality

Using ferroelectricity instead of magnetism in computer memory saves energy. If ferroelectric bits were nanosized, this would also save space. But conventional wisdom dictates that ferroelectric properties disappear when the bits are made smaller. Reports that hafnium oxide can be used to make a nanoscale ferroelectric have not yet convinced the field. Physicists have now gathered evidence that could persuade the skeptics.

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22:02 TechnologyReview.comInside Europe’s quest to build an unhackable quantum internet

An ambitious project in the Netherlands aims to use quantum technology to foil hackers who try to spy on data flowing through the internet’s pipes.

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21:46 ScienceDaily.comScientists make new 'green' electronic polymer-based films with protein nanowires

A team has produced a new class of electronic materials that may lead to a 'green,' more sustainable future in biomedical and environmental sensing. Scientists say the work shows it is possible to combine protein nanowires with a polymer to produce a flexible electronic composite material that retains the electrical conductivity and unique sensing capabilities of protein nanowires.

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21:39 ExtremeTech.comThe AI Threat to Democracy

The rise of strong artificial intelligence could well send the spool of democracy unraveling across the floor.
The post The AI Threat to Democracy appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:04 SingularityHub.ComFrom Quantum Computing to a Quantum Internet—A Roadmap

Quantum computers are making all the headlines these days, but quantum communication technology may actually be closer to practical implementation. In a bid to hasten its arrival, researchers have now mapped out the path to a quantum internet. The building blocks for these emerging technologies are more or less the same. They both use qubits […]

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19:45 Phys.orgScientists make new 'green' electronic polymer-based films with protein nanowires

An interdisciplinary team of scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has produced a new class of electronic materials that may lead to a "green," more sustainable future in biomedical and environmental sensing, say research leaders microbiologist Derek Lovley and polymer scientist Todd Emrick.

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19:34 Nanowerk.comScientists make new 'green' electronic polymer-based films with protein nanowires

Scientists have produced a new class of electronic materials that may lead to a 'green', more sustainable future in biomedical and environmental sensing.

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19:23 InsideEVs.comJaguar I-PACE Versus Water: Video

Electric cars are not afraid of water at all. During the 2018 Invictus Games Sydney on Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour, Australia, 24 competitors from 12 countries had a chance to prove themselves in the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge. Drivers got the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE and were required to perform challenging tasks in three different […]

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19:22 Nanowerk.comNew technique reveals limb control in flies - and maybe robots

A new neural recording technique enables for the first time the comprehensive measurement of neural circuits that control limb movement. Tested on the fruit fly, results from the technique may inspire the development of more sophisticated robotic control approaches.

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19:22 ScienceNewsDaily.orgYouTube says EU copyright rules could see people banned from uploading videos and poses 'threat' to way site works

Passionate comment reflects widespread outrage about 'meme ban'

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19:22 CNBC technologyYouTube invests $20 million in educational videos, giving advertisers more safe places for ads

YouTube wants to expand learning opportunities on its platform, which also helps it add more brand-safe content marketers want to advertise next to. 

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19:11 Nanowerk.comNanosized ferroelectrics become a reality

Using ferroelectricity instead of magnetism in computer memory saves energy. If ferroelectric bits were nanosized, this would also save space.

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19:07 Physics.Aps.orgViewpoint: Cold Atoms Bear a Quantum Scar

Author(s): Neil Robinson Theorists attribute the unexpectedly slow thermalization of cold atoms seen in recent experiments to an effect called quantum many-body scarring.
[Physics 11, 105] Published Mon Oct 22, 2018

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