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20.01.2022
19:39 ScienceDaily.com First clinical-grade transplant of gene-edited pig kidneys into brain-dead human

Researchers have announced the first peer-reviewed research outlining the successful transplant of genetically modified, clinical-grade pig kidneys into a brain-dead human individual, replacing the recipient's native kidneys. These positive results demonstrate how xenotransplantation could address the worldwide organ shortage crisis.

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19:31 FierceBiotech.com Charles River diving deeper into AI drug development in partnership with Valo Health

Charles River diving deeper into AI drug development in partnership with Valo Health jkeenan Wed, 01/19/2022 - 10:09

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19:31 Phys.org Seeking a hydrophilic nanoparticle solution to antibiotic resistance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 2.8 million Americans experience antibiotic-resistant infections each year; more than 35,000 die from those infections. 

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19:31 Phys.org Towards compact quantum computers thanks to topology

Researchers at PSI have compared the electron distribution below the oxide layer of two semiconductors. The investigation is part of an effort to develop particularly stable quantum bits—and thus, in turn, particularly efficient quantum computers. They have now published their latest research, which is supported in part by Microsoft, in the journal Advanced Quantum Technologies.

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19:08 Phys.org Towards quantum simulation of false vacuum decay

Phase transitions are everywhere, ranging from water boiling to snowflakes melting, and from magnetic transitions in solids to cosmological phase transitions in the early universe. Particularly intriguing are quantum phase transitions that occur at temperatures close to absolute zero and are driven by quantum rather than thermal fluctuations.

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19:03 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Cosmic Coincidences of Primordial-Black-Hole Dark Matter

Author(s): Yi-Peng Wu, Elena Pinetti, and Joseph SilkA scenario where baryogenesis is triggered by single-field inflation models for primordial black hole formation can explain the cosmic coincidence between the densities of dark matter and baryons. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 031102] Published Thu Jan 20, 2022

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18:34 TechInvestorNews.com The best drama series on Amazon Prime Video right now (Blair Marnell/Digital Trends)

Blair Marnell / Digital TrendsThe best drama series on Amazon Prime Video right now - From the furthest reaches of the galaxy to the familiar neighborhoods of Los Angeles, Amazon Prime Videos lineup of drama series takes TV to another level. ...

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18:18 Nature.Com Guided by the light, nimble nanovehicles make special deliveries

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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18:11 Phys.org Study finds that black hole inner horizons can be charged or discharged

Black holes are intriguing and widely studied cosmic bodies with extremely high tidal forces, from which even light is unable to escape. While many studies predicted the existence of black holes, which have also recently been detected, many questions about these cosmic bodies remain unanswered.

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18:00 Phys.org Groundbreaking light sources can increase effectiveness and security of transferring quantum information

Entanglement is a central phenomenon of quantum mechanics. It enables two photons to be connected with each other regardless of distance, and it is the basis of the immense potential of quantum technologies. However, the continuing development of quantum computers, cryptography, and sensors requires new, more efficient sources of entangled photon pairs.

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17:49 Phys.org Polar ice contaminated with nanoplastics

Decades-old polar ice contains significant amounts of nanoscale plastic particles. Studying ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica, an international team of scientists have identified several types of nanoplastic particles, including particles that originate from tires. As nanoplastics may cause toxic effects, the researchers address that remote and pristine areas may contain more nanoparticle pollution than expected.

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17:49 Phys.org Robot gestures lead to better learning performance in children learning a second language

Social robots can support teachers in, for example, individual second language lessons where gestures increase children's engagement and promote learning. They can thus relieve the pressure on overloaded classrooms. Robots, unlike other technological education, have the additional advantage of being physically present where the teaching takes place. Researcher Jan de Wit, of the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences, defends this research for his Ph.D. on 28 January.

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17:49 RoboHub.org How robots learn to hike

By Christoph Elhardt Steep sections on slippery ground, high steps, scree and forest trails full of roots: the path up the 1,098-​metre-high Mount Etzel at the southern end of Lake Zurich is peppered with numerous obstacles. But ANYmal, the quadrupedal robot from the Robotic Systems Lab at ETH Zurich, overcomes the 120 vertical metres effortlessly […]

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17:38 AzoNano.com Nano-Based Treatment for Allergic Conjunctivitis Effective in Mice

A new study published in the journal molecules has aimed to investigate the immunotherapy effect and potential mechanism of recombinant Amb a 1-loaded poly(DL-lactide-co-glycolide)-polyethylene...

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17:38 Technology.org Cerebrospinal Fluid Offers Clues to Post-COVID ‘Brain Fog’

Some patients who develop new cognitive symptoms after a mild bout of COVID-19 have abnormalities in their cerebrospinal

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17:26 LiveScience.com 40 quintillion stellar-mass black holes are lurking in the universe, new study finds

The researchers hope to use the estimate to figure out the mystery of how supermassive black holes came to be.

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17:15 AzoNano.com Modified Gold Nanoparticles Improve Photodetector Performance

A recent study published in the journal Optical Materials investigates and achieves a simple but innovative idea to enhance the performance of the MoS2/ZnO heterostructure photodetectors, by improving...

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17:11 ScientificAmerican.Com SpaceX's Starlink Satellites Leave Streaks in Asteroid-Hunting Telescope's Images

Despite efforts to reduce light pollution from the satellites, their disruptions of astronomical observations are increasing at an alarming pace -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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16:36 NewScientist.Com Genetically modified pig kidneys transplanted into a brain-dead person

In an experiment paving the way for clinical trials, two pig kidneys produced urine for 77 hours after transplantation into the body of a brain-dead man

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16:14 ScienceDaily.com New sensor grids record human brain signals in record-breaking resolution

A new array of brain sensors can record electrical signals directly from the surface of the human brain in record-breaking detail. The new brain sensors feature densely packed grids of either 1,024 or 2,048 embedded electrocorticography (ECoG) sensors. If approved for clinical use, these sensors would offer surgeons brain-signal information directly from the surface of the brain's cortex in 100 times higher resolution than what is available today. The technology could provide better guidance for planning surgeries to remove brain tumors and surgically treat drug-resistant epilepsy.

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16:14 ScienceDaily.com Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy

Often portrayed as destructive monsters that hold light captive, black holes take on a less villainous role in the latest research from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. A black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is creating stars rather than gobbling them up. The black hole is apparently contributing to the firestorm of new star formation taking place in the galaxy. The dwarf galaxy lies 30 million light-years away, in the southern constellation Pyxis.

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16:07 AzoNano.com Benefit of ZnO Nanowires in Wearable Capacitive Pressure Sensors

In a study published recently in the journal nanomaterials, a new composite capacitance pressure sensor was produced by hybridizing zinc oxide nanoparticles into a permeable polydimethylsiloxane...

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15:55 Technology.org How Sandia Labs is revealing the inner workings of quantum computers

Gate set tomography used to discover and validate 2 innovations in the area of quantum computers published in

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15:20 LiveScience.com Double pig kidney transplant successfully performed in brain-dead patient

The experiment was intended to assess the safety of such transplants, prior to them being tested in clinical trials.

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15:09 Nanowerk.com 'Superpower' nano bubbles could treat, prevent current and future strains of SARS-CoV-2

Nano-bubble evACE2 fights new variants as well as or better than original strain of virus.

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15:07 NYT Science Kidneys From a Genetically Altered Pig Are Implanted in a Brain-Dead Patient

Surgeons at the University of Alabama at Birmingham said they hoped to start clinical trials with kidney patients later this year.

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15:07 NYT Health Kidneys From a Genetically Altered Pig Are Implanted in a Brain-Dead Patient

Surgeons at the University of Alabama at Birmingham said they hoped to start clinical trials with kidney patients later this year.

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13:04 Phys.org Nano-sized vesicles with ACE2 receptor could prevent, treat infection from current and future strains of SARS-CoV-2

Scientists at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Northwestern Medicine have identified natural extracellular vesicles containing the ACE2 protein (evACE2) in the blood of COVID-19 patients that can block infection from broad strains of SARS-CoV-2 virus in preclinical studies. The study was published today in Nature Communications.

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11:56 Nanowerk.com Quantum computing in silicon hits 99 per cent accuracy (w/video)

New research paves the way for large silicon-based quantum processors for real-world manufacturing and application.

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08:59 Technology.org How Sandia Labs is revealing the inner workings of quantum computers

Gate set tomography used to discover and validate 2 innovations published in Nature A precision diagnostic developed at

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05:39 ScienceDaily.com Quantum computing in silicon hits 99% accuracy

Researchers have proven that near error-free quantum computing is possible, paving the way to build silicon-based quantum devices compatible with current semiconductor manufacturing technology.

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04:38 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX Starlink satellite streaks now present in nearly fifth of all astronomical images snapped by (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach) / The RegisterSpaceX Starlink satellite streaks now present in nearly fifth of all astronomical images snapped by - Annoying, maybe but totally ruining science, no SpaceXs Starlink satellites appear in about a fifth of all images snapped by the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), a camera attached to the Samuel Oschin Telescope in California, which is used by astronomers to study supernovae, gamma ray bursts, asteroids, and suchlike. ...

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04:36 News-Medical.Net Researchers develop nanotherapeutic drug to prevent cancer from spreading to the liver

Physician researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center have developed an innovative nanotherapeutic drug that prevents cancer from spreading to the liver in mice.

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.com Quantum Computers To Be Mass-Produced? New Study Shows Theyre Now Compatible With Current Manufactu (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechQuantum Computers To Be Mass-Produced? New Study Shows Theyre Now Compatible With Current Manufactu - Quantum computers are expected to be mass-produced, based on a new study. Heres what experts revealed. ...

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02:58 News-Medical.Net Pioneering AI technology can accurately detect Covid-19 in a few minutes

Pioneering Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, developed by experts at University of the West of Scotland, is capable of accurately diagnosing Covid-19 in just a few minutes.

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01:34 TechInvestorNews.com Cramers Investing Club Stock Profile: From AI to gaming, this chipmaker is in all the right markets (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsCramers Investing Club Stock Profile: From AI to gaming, this chipmaker is in all the right markets - Nearly every secular growth end market on the planet relies on the companys chips. ...

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01:12 Nanowerk.com Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation In a dwarf galaxy

A black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is creating stars rather than gobbling them up. The black hole is apparently contributing to the firestorm of new star formation taking place in the galaxy.

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01:12 Nanowerk.com When graphene speaks, scientists can now listen (w/video)

Researchers find audio from graphene production contains valuable data.

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00:47 ScienceDaily.com Inner workings of quantum computers

A precision diagnostic is emerging as a gold standard for detecting and describing problems inside quantum computing hardware.

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00:47 ScienceDaily.com Scientists achieve key elements for fault-tolerant quantum computation in silicon spin qubits

Researchers have achieved a key milestone toward the development of a fault-tolerant quantum computer. They were able to demonstrate a two-qubit gate fidelity of 99.5 percent -- higher than the 99 percent considered to be the threshold for building fault-tolerant computers -- using electron spin qubits in silicon, which are promising for large-scale quantum computers as the nanofabrication technology for building them already exists.

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00:47 ScienceDaily.com There are 40 billion billions of black holes in the universe

How many black holes are out there in the Universe? A new study has investigated the demographics of stellar mass black holes, which are black holes with masses between a few to some hundred solar masses, that originated at the end of the life of massive stars. According to the new piece of research, a remarkable amount around 1% of the overall ordinary matter of the Universe is locked up in stellar mass black holes. Astonishingly, the researchers have found that the number of black holes within the observable Universe (a sphere of diameter around 90 billions light years) at present time is about 40 trillions, 40 billion billions (i.e., about 40 x 1018, i.e. 4 followed by 19 zeros!).

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00:07 Phys.org Researchers set their sights on chalcogenide nanostructured displays

One of the key components behind next-generation high resolution video displays will be optical nanoantennas. These devices use nanotechnology to mix and interfere with light beams to produce color and even holograms.

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19.01.2022
23:47 Yahoo Tech Nanoleaf has stopped selling its original wall tiles

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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23:34 TechInvestorNews.com Semiconductor Spin Qubits Gain Further Credibility as Leading Platform for Quantum Computing (Shannon Davis/Solid State Technology)

Shannon Davis / Solid State TechnologySemiconductor Spin Qubits Gain Further Credibility as Leading Platform for Quantum Computing - Researchers at QuTecha collaboration between the Delft University of Technology and TNOhave taken an important step for semiconductor spin qubits by surpassing the 99% barrier for two-qubit gate fidelity. Semiconductor Spin Qubits Gain Further Credibility as Leading Platform for Quantum Computing was posted by Shannon Davis on Semiconductor Digest. Advantages ...

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23:22 Phys.org Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy

Black holes are often described as the monsters of the universe—tearing apart stars, consuming anything that comes too close, and holding light captive. Detailed evidence from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, however, shows a black hole in a new light: Fostering rather than suppressing star formation. Hubble imaging and spectroscopy of the dwarf starburst galaxy Henize 2-10 clearly show a gas outflow stretching from the black hole to a bright star birth region like an umbilical cord, triggering the already dense cloud into forming clusters of stars. Astronomers have previously debated that a dwarf galaxy could have a black hole analogous to the supermassive black holes in larger galaxies. Further study of dwarf galaxies, which have remained small over cosmic time, may shed light on the question of how the first seeds of supermassive black holes formed and evolved over the history of the universe.

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22:34 Nature.Com Light that never ‘sees’ items takes their picture

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21:41 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon reveals title and trailer for new ‘Lord of the Rings’ series coming to Prime Video (Kurt Schlosser/GeekWire)

Kurt Schlosser / GeekWireAmazon reveals title and trailer for new ‘Lord of the Rings’ series coming to Prime Video - Are you ready to head back to Middle Earth? Amazon Studios revealed the title and trailer Wednesday for its highly anticipated prequel to the Lord of the Rings series, called The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The series will debut on Prime Video on Sept. 2. The ...

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21:18 Phys.org Semiconductor spin qubits gain further credibility as leading platform for quantum computing

Researchers at QuTech—a collaboration between the Delft University of Technology and TNO—have taken an important step for semiconductor spin qubits by surpassing the 99% barrier for two-qubit gate fidelity. They report on their findings in Nature on 19 January 2021 and are featured on the issue's cover. Two independent works from groups at UNSW Sydney and at RIKEN report similar results in the same issue of Nature.

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21:18 Phys.org The secrets of ancient Japanese tombs revealed thanks to satellite images

A research group at the Politecnico di Milano analyzed the orientation of ancient Japanese tombs—the so-called Kofun. This study has never been carried out before, due to the very large number of monuments and the fact that access to these areas is usually forbidden. For these reasons, high-res satellite imagery was used. The results show that these tombs are oriented towards the arc of the rising sun, the Goddess Amaterasu that the Japanese emperors linked to the mythical origin of their dynasty.

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21:18 Phys.org Discovery of a 'hidden gem' enables gene editing with a small but mighty CRISPR-Cas3 system

Nearly a decade ago, scientists discovered the power of CRISPR, a tool employed by bacteria to protect themselves against viral invaders. This system is now a fundamental research tool used for editing genomes. One of most popular CRISPR tool is CRISPR-Cas9, with which researchers can identify and then cut out or replace the targeted DNA within a cell.

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21:18 Phys.org Quantum zeta epiphany: Physicist finds a new approach to a $1 million mathematical enigma

Numbers like π, e and φ often turn up in unexpected places in science and mathematics. Pascal's triangle and the Fibonacci sequence also seem inexplicably widespread in nature. Then there's the Riemann zeta function, a deceptively straightforward function that has perplexed mathematicians since the 19th century. The most famous quandary, the Riemann hypothesis, is perhaps the greatest unsolved question in mathematics, with the Clay Mathematics Institute offering a $1 million prize for a correct proof.

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21:18 Phys.org Theory predicts new type of bond that assembles nanoparticle crystals

Entropy, a physical property often explained as "disorder," is revealed as a creator of order with a new bonding theory developed at the University of Michigan and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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21:16 News-Medical.Net Emerging nanomaterials-based biosensor for detecting SARS-CoV-2

A new study aimed to highlight the different smart and emerging nanomaterials used to detect SARS-CoV-2.

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21:14 ScienceDaily.com Self-organization of complex structures: A matter of time

Researchers have developed a new strategy for manufacturing nanoscale structures in a time- and resource-efficient manner.

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20:54 News-Medical.Net Emerging nanomaterials-based biosensor for SARS-CoV-2 detection

A new study aimed to highlight the different smart and emerging nanomaterials used to detect SARS-CoV-2.

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20:21 TechnologyReview.com Sustainability starts in the design process, and AI can help

Artificial intelligence helps build physical infrastructure like modular housing, skyscrapers, and factory floors. “…many problems that we wrestle with in all forms of engineering and design are very, very complex problems…those problems are beginning to reach the limits of human capacity,” says Mike Haley, the vice president of research at Autodesk. But there’s hope with…

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20:10 AzoNano.com Carbon Nanotubes’ Numerous Unique Properties Make it a Much-Sought-After Material

Due to the material’s exceptional properties, carbon nanotubes are great for scientific research and commercial applications. A researcher at Karlstad University explores how the atomic...

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19:43 NewScientist.Com Weird black hole spewed star-forming jets 500 light years long

Black holes located in dwarf galaxies usually stop star formation but now one has been seen seeding new stars through a huge plume of ionised gas

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19:36 TechInvestorNews.com Assistive tech startup led by former NASA engineer uses an AI ‘parrot’ to help people with disabilit (Charlotte Schubert/GeekWire)

Charlotte Schubert / GeekWireAssistive tech startup led by former NASA engineer uses an AI ‘parrot’ to help people with disabilit - David Hojah is a former NASA engineer, but his real passion is healthcare. Growing up, he saw his family members taking care of his aunt, who had multiple sclerosis, and his uncle, who had a spinal cord injury. Now, hes developing tech to help people with disability have more independence. ...

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19:36 Technology.org SDSS-V’s robots turn their eyes to the sky

After 21 years of observers loading heavy aluminum plates night after night, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS)

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19:31 Nature.Com Nanoparticle asymmetry shapes an immune response

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19:31 Nature.Com Androgens increase excitatory neurogenic potential in human brain organoids

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19:31 Nature.Com Enantiomer-dependent immunological response to chiral nanoparticles

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19:31 Nature.Com Precision tomography of a three-qubit donor quantum processor in silicon

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19:31 Nature.Com Quantum logic with spin qubits crossing the surface code threshold

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19:31 Nature.Com Fast universal quantum gate above the fault-tolerance threshold in silicon

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19:31 Nature.Com Black-hole-triggered star formation in the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10

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19:13 Phys.org Video: Bioluminescence: Living light in the deep sea

A dive into the deep sea is like a trip to outer space. The descent into darkness reveals twinkling lights. Sunlight cannot penetrate to these depths. Instead, this light show comes from the animals that live here. Scientists call it bioluminescence—when living organisms create their own light using a chemical reaction.

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19:09 ScienceDaily.com Cerebrospinal fluid offers clues to post-COVID 'brain fog'

Some patients who develop new cognitive symptoms after a mild bout of COVID have abnormalities in their cerebrospinal fluid similar to those found in people with other infectious diseases. The finding may provide insights into how SARS-CoV-2 impacts the brain.

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19:02 Nanowerk.com Theory predicts new type of bond that assembles nanoparticle crystals

Turns out entropy binds nanoparticles a lot like electrons bind chemical crystals.

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19:01 Phys.org Penguin takes astounding selfie video of its diving and feeding activity

Just in time for Penguin Awareness Day (Thursday, January 20th), the Wildlife Conservation Society's (WCS) Argentina Program has released amazing underwater selfie video recently taken by a male Gentoo penguin fitted with a special camera.

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19:01 Phys.org Quantum computing in silicon hits 99% accuracy

UNSW Sydney-led research paves the way for large silicon-based quantum processors for real-world manufacturing and application.

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19:01 Phys.org Scientists achieve key elements for fault-tolerant quantum computation in silicon spin qubits

Researchers from RIKEN and QuTech—a collaboration between TU Delft and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)— have achieved a key milestone toward the development of a fault-tolerant quantum computer. They were able to demonstrate a two-qubit gate fidelity of 99.5 percent—higher than the 99 percent considered to be the threshold for building fault-tolerant computers—using electron spin qubits in silicon, which are promising for large-scale quantum computers as the nanofabrication technology for building them already exists. This study was published in Nature.

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19:01 Phys.org Gate set tomography: How physicists are revealing the inner workings of quantum computers

A precision diagnostic developed at the Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories is emerging as a gold standard for detecting and describing problems inside quantum computing hardware.

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18:57 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Simulation of Quantum Circuits Using the Big-Batch Tensor Network Method

Author(s): Feng Pan and Pan ZhangA tensor network method is used to compute amplitudes and probabilities for a large number of correlated bitstrings in the final state of a quantum circuit. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 030501] Published Wed Jan 19, 2022

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18:04 Phys.org Self-organization of complex structures

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich researchers have developed a new strategy for manufacturing nanoscale structures in a time- and resource-efficient manner.

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17:54 AzoNano.com Research Uncovers Influence of Graphite Nanoplatelets on Nanofluid Fuel

In a study published recently in the journal ACS Omega, different physical and heat-transfer properties and evaporation characteristics of graphite/n-decane nanofluid fuels were discussed....

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17:54 AzoNano.com Nanosurf Webinars and Live Demonstrations

Nanosurf regularly holds webinars on topics of interest to our industry as well as live demonstrations of Nanosurf AFMs. All these events are free of charge and open to everyone. We hope to be able...

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17:54 AzoNano.com Dr. James Berwick joins Nanosurf as Head of Sales, Marketing & Service

Nanosurf is proud to announce the addition of James Berwick as the new Head of Sales, Marketing and Service. He will be based in our headquarters in Liestal, Switzerland. James will manage the global...

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17:54 AzoNano.com Nanosurf Introduces a Cutting-Edge Tip-Scanning Atomic Force Microscope

Nanosurf, a global provider of scanning probe microscopes, has launched the DriveAFM — a high-performance tip-scanning AFM that incorporates innovative technologies. The DriveAFM was is designed...

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17:42 AzoNano.com New Biocompatible, Fast-Acting Antifungal Nanomaterial

In an article published in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials, it was shown that molybdenum diselenide (MoSe2) nanosheets dispersed in the cationic polymer chitosan (CS) exhibit exceptional...

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17:38 Nature.Com Robots rise to meet the challenge of caring for old people

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17:31 TechInvestorNews.com The Opportunity And The Danger Of Artificial Intelligence At Retail (Richard Kestenbaum, Contributor/Forbes Business News)

Richard Kestenbaum, Contributor / Forbes Business NewsThe Opportunity And The Danger Of Artificial Intelligence At Retail - Technology is creating a new era of decision-making in retail but its not clear that it will always be good. Now is the time for the industry to act. Technology is creating a new era of decision-making in retail but its not clear that it will always be good. Now ...

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17:31 Technology.org New device developed for easier link between brain, computer, and body

Scientists from Skoltech, South Ural State University, and elsewhere have developed a device for recording brain activity that

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17:20 Nanowerk.com Scalable diamond-based quantum microprocessors under development

Researchers aim to harness the special material properties of diamond and develop technologies for manufacturing and controlling diamond-based quantum microprocessors by 2025.

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17:09 Nanowerk.com Self-organization of complex structures: a matter of time

Researchers have developed a new strategy for manufacturing nanoscale structures in a time- and resource-efficient manner.

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16:58 AzoNano.com Nanoinhibitors Fight Bacteria that Induce Tumor Resistance To Chemotherapy

Novel research has been undertaken in an attempt to decrease chemotherapy resistance to gemcitabine. A study published in the journal, Nano Today, has presented an antitumor strategy comprising...

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.com Best streaming service of 2022: Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Starz and more (Alison DeNisco Rayome/CNET News)

Alison DeNisco Rayome / CNET NewsBest streaming service of 2022: Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Starz and more - We rank the best streaming platforms and compare shows, movies, sports, features and price. ...

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16:24 AzoNano.com Nano-Biochar Supports Sustainable Techno-Economic Endeavors

The wide applications of nano-biochar biorefineries have been reviewed in the journal Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Study: Preparation of nano-biochar from conventional...

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16:24 AzoRobotics.com SpinCar Announces Expansion of Sales AI Platform into Specialty Vehicle Markets

SpinCar, the global leader in digital merchandising and engagement technology, announced today the expansion of its Sales AI product into specialty vehicle markets. The announcement was made at the...

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16:24 AzoRobotics.com UC Engineers Propose New Collision-Avoidance System Using Explainable AI

What do you call a broken satellite? Today, it's a multimillion-dollar piece of dangerous space junk. But a new collision-avoidance system developed by students at the University of...

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16:02 Technology.org When should someone trust an AI assistant’s predictions?

Researchers have created a method to help workers collaborate with artificial intelligence systems. In a busy hospital, a

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15:51 Technology.org New device developed for easier link between brain, computer, and body

Scientists from Skoltech, South Ural State University, and elsewhere have developed a device for recording brain activity that

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15:39 Technology.org CSHL and Veranome partner to accelerate brain mapping tech

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) and Veranome Biosystems LLC, an Applied Materials company, are collaborating to bring engineering solutions

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15:06 AzoNano.com Precision Motion, Nanopositioning, and Automation Solutions to Showcase at SPIE Photonics West 2022

A few steps past the foot of the escalator into the exhibit hall of the world’s largest multidisciplinary photonics event, PI’s booth displays the latest state-of-the-art precision motion...

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15:06 Technology.org 16 million euros for photonic quantum processors

Quantum computers will one day be able to solve problems at high speed that cannot be handled by

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14:32 Nanowerk.com Unexpected energy storage capability where water meets metal nanoparticle surfaces

A new method can measure the electrical (re-)charging of boundary layers between very small, metallic particles and aqueous solutions and understand it at a molecular level.

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14:10 Technology.org Ketogenic diet likely to reduce brain damage after traumatic injury

A new international study led by Tel Aviv University (TAU) has determined that a ketogenic diet may reduce the effects

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13:48 TechInvestorNews.com UK police lack framework for adopting new tech like AI and face recognition, Lords told (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark) / The RegisterUK police lack framework for adopting new tech like AI and face recognition, Lords told - Governance structure is a bush, not a tree whatever that means UK police forces have no overarching rules for introducing controversial technologies like AI and facial recognition, the House of Lords has heard. ...

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13:01 News-Medical.Net The latest advancements in polymer-based nanotechnology approaches used to fight against SARS-CoV-2

A recent review discusses the engineering versatility of polymeric nanoparticles - making a good therapeutic alternative against coronavirus diseases.

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