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13.10.2021
18:06 Phys.org Photosynthesizing algae injected into the blood vessels of tadpoles supply oxygen to their brains

Leading a double life in water and on land, frogs have many breathing techniques—through the gills, lungs, and skin—over the course of their lifetime. Now German scientists have developed another method that allows tadpoles to "breathe" by introducing algae into their bloodstream to supply oxygen. The method developed, presented October 13 in the journal iScience, provided enough oxygen to effectively rescue neurons in the brains of oxygen-deprived tadpoles.

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18:06 AzoRobotics.com Using AI as a Tool to Improve Patient Outcomes in Telehealth Medicine

The comfort of remote consultations with healthcare professionals is offered by a platform called telehealth. This is of great help to patients who live far away from their physician’s office or...

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17:31 TechInvestorNews.com Sonys lightweight 70-200mm zoom has features designed for video creators (Steve Dent/Engadget)

Steve Dent / EngadgetSonys lightweight 70-200mm zoom has features designed for video creators - Sony has unveiled the FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS II zoom lens that looks to be an interesting option for hybrid video and photo shooters. Designed for the companys full-frame Alpha-series mirrorless cameras, its the lightest 70-200mm F2.8 lens on the market, Sony said. It also offers a number of ...

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17:16 ScienceDaily.com Did a black hole eating a star generate a neutrino? Unlikely, new study shows

New calculations show that a black hole slurping down a star may not have generated enough energy to launch a neutrino.

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17:05 ScientificAmerican.Com What Is 5G? Here is Short Video Primer

You see it mentioned in countless phone commercials, and your phone might use it. But do you know how it works? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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16:46 ExtremeTech.com Video Cards Are Getting More Expensive Again

A combination of factors has pushed video card prices into the stratosphere, and there's no sign they'll come down anytime soon. In fact, data collected by 3DCenter points to increasing prices in the last month.  The post Video Cards Are Getting More Expensive Again appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.com Google Cloud Next Paints Digital Landscape Where Data and AI Meet (Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer/InformationWeek)

Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer / InformationWeekGoogle Cloud Next Paints Digital Landscape Where Data and AI Meet - Kickoff for annual conference shows how some enterprises explore new layers of transformation through cloud migration. ...

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16:24 AzoNano.com Researchers Create Smart Nanomachines to Prevent Cancer Metastasis and Recurrence

The Innovation Center of NanoMedicine, Kawasaki Institute of Industrial Promotion (Director General: Kazunori KATAOKA, location: Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-City; abbreviated name: iCONM), in collaboration...

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16:24 Phys.org More effective cell studies using new AI method

A new study from the University of Gothenburg opens the way for more effective microscopy, making it easier to research diseases. The study shows how artificial intelligence can be used to develop faster, cheaper and more reliable information about cells, while also eliminating the disadvantages from using chemicals in the process.

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16:24 Phys.org Study demonstrates the potential of a quantum computer comprised of a small processor and a storage unit

Quantum computing systems, computer systems that are based on the key principles of quantum theory, could significantly outperform conventional computing systems, both in terms of speed and performance. Over the past decade or so, many physicists worldwide have thus been trying to develop these systems and assess their potential.

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16:21 Nature.Com How AI is helping the natural sciences

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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16:12 Phys.org A highly simplified way to predict quantum light-matter interactions

When light interacts with matter, for example, when a laser beam hits a two-dimensional material like graphene, it can substantially change the behavior of the material. Depending on the form of interaction between light and matter, some chemical reactions appear differently, substances turn magnetic or ferroelectric or begin to conduct electricity without any losses. In particularly thrilling cases, an actual light source may not even be necessary because the mere possibility for light to exist, i.e., its quantum equivalent, the photons, can change the behavior of matter. Theoretical scientists try to describe and predict these fascinating phenomena because they could be crucial in the development of new quantum technologies.

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16:01 Phys.org Image: Tethered satellites for propulsion without fuel

How to propel a spacecraft without propellant? Use electrodynamic tethers. These are long, strong conductors connecting two spacecraft. When direct current is applied to the tether, the tether exerts a force on the spacecraft, causing it to either accelerate or brake.

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16:01 Phys.org Video: Impression of Webb's journey to space

The James Webb Space Telescope will be the largest, most powerful telescope ever launched into space.

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15:03 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence helped seeing lost work of Picasso

You probably could name many famous artists, who made really expensive masterpieces. However, a lot of that money

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14:40 TechInvestorNews.com IBM turns to AI to predict and mitigate climate risk (tom.allen@incisivemedia.com(Tom Allen)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

tom.allen@incisivemedia.com(Tom Allen) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesIBM turns to AI to predict and mitigate climate risk - Extreme weather is already affecting supply chains around the planet IBM has launched a new AI-based tool to help companies assess and mitigate climate risks and their carbon footprint. Dubbed the Environmental Intelligence Suite (EIS), the SaaS tool brings together artificial intelligence, IBM weather data, climate risk analytics and carbon ...

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12:36 TechInvestorNews.com IBM AI Service Now Helps Companies with Climate Change Analysis Combining Weather Data, Risk Analysi (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechIBM AI Service Now Helps Companies with Climate Change Analysis Combining Weather Data, Risk Analysi - IBM is launching AI services that are aimed to help companies with their climate change analysis. Learn more about the companys new offering. ...

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12:35 TechnologyReview.com Podcast: The story of AI, as told by the people who invented it

Welcome to I Was There When, a new oral history project from the In Machines We Trust podcast. It features stories of how breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and computing happened, as told by the people who witnessed them. In this first episode, we meet Joseph Atick— who helped create the first commercially viable face recognition…

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12:13 Phys.org Did a black hole eating a star generate a neutrino? Unlikely, new study shows

In October 2019, a high-energy neutrino slammed into Antarctica. The neutrino, which was remarkably hard to detect, peaked astronomers' interest: what could generate such a powerful particle?

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11:34 Nature.Com Nobel-prizewinning ‘natural experiments’ approach made economics more robust, say researchers

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07:54 Technology.org Meet the 42: ESO images some of the biggest asteroids in our Solar System

he detailed images of these 42 objects are a leap forward in exploring asteroids, made possible thanks to

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04:19 HPCwire.com NSF Statement on 2021 Nobel Laureates in Science

Oct. 12, 2021 — This past week, the Nobel Assembly and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the 2021 Nobel Prize recipients. Among the prize recipients in physiology or medicine, physics, and economic sciences are researchers who have been supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation. “We extend our congratulations to all the recipients […] The post NSF Statement on 2021 Nobel Laureates in Science appeared first on HPCwire.

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02:30 TechInvestorNews.com #TechTimesLifeHack: Best Free Video Editing Software For iOS and Android [2021] (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : Tech#TechTimesLifeHack: Best Free Video Editing Software For iOS and Android [2021] - Here are the five best video editing apps that you can download on your iOs and Android phones. ...

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00:48 ScienceDaily.com Quantum phase transition detected on a global scale deep inside the Earth

A multidisciplinary team of materials physicists and geophysicists combine theoretical predictions, simulations, and seismic tomography to find spin transition in the Earth's mantle. Their findings will improve understanding of the Earth's interior, and help elucidate the impact of this phenomenon on tectonic events including volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.

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00:41 TechInvestorNews.com Microsofts Project Turing is Building AI to Rival Google and Open AI (Slashdot)

SlashdotMicrosofts Project Turing is Building AI to Rival Google and Open AI - An anonymous reader shares a report: Since 2017, Microsoft has pursued this goal under the name Project Turing, a team thats tasked with building these large language models and figuring out how they can be used in the companys vast suite of products. Project Turing might not be a visible ...

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00:40 LiveScience.com 'Explosive' photo captures 'otherworldly beauty' of spawning fish during a full moon

A striking photo showing the "otherworldly beauty" of spawning groupers has won the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

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12.10.2021
23:45 Phys.org Quantum phase transition detected on a global scale deep inside the Earth

The interior of the Earth is a mystery, especially at greater depths (> 660 km). Researchers only have seismic tomographic images of this region and, to interpret them, they need to calculate seismic (acoustic) velocities in minerals at high pressures and temperatures. With those calculations, they can create 3D velocity maps and figure out the mineralogy and temperature of the observed regions. When a phase transition occurs in a mineral, such as a crystal structure change under pressure, scientists observe a velocity change, usually a sharp seismic velocity discontinuity.

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23:34 TechInvestorNews.com Who Got the Work? : Boston Scientifics $1.75B Buy, IBMs Employment Class Action and More (Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/Boston-Scientific-Marlborough-MA-HQ-767x633.jpgLaw Firm Client Relationships/Law.com)

Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/Boston-Scientific-Marlborough-MA-HQ-767x633.jpgLaw Firm Client Relationships / Law.comWho Got the Work? : Boston Scientifics $1.75B Buy, IBMs Employment Class Action and More - Heres your weekly round-up of the law firms and lawyers around the country being tapped to handle key cases and close major deals for their clients. ...

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23:34 TechInvestorNews.com Competing by Connecting: Litigation Teams Must Leverage Centralized Technologies to Rise Above Rival (Law.comDon Fuchshttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/cloud_computing4_767.jpgCommentary/COVID-19/Cybersecurity/Legal Technology/Litigation/Law.com)

Law.comDon Fuchshttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/cloud_computing4_767.jpgCommentary/COVID-19/Cybersecurity/Legal Technology/Litigation / Law.comCompeting by Connecting: Litigation Teams Must Leverage Centralized Technologies to Rise Above Rival - Regardless of where each law firm currently stands in its innovation journey, it is crystal clear that the need to speed up the modernization of their technology solutions that facilitate connectivity, automation and workflow between their staff is real and immediate. ...

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22:17 Phys.org Shape-shifting worm blob model could inspire future robot swarms

Blackworms (Lumbriculus variegatus) are distant relatives of rainworms, measuring up to 10 cm long. They live in shallow marshes, ponds, and swamps in Europe and North America, where they feed on microorganisms and debris. To protect themselves from drought, blackworms can aggregate as entangled, shape-shifting "blobs" composed of a few to hundreds of individuals. Just like swarms of bees, rafts of fire ants, or flocks of starlings, blackworm blobs can show "intelligent" collective movement.

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com How I Made Partner: Dont Be an Amateur; Amateurs Practice Until They Get It Right. Professionals P (Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/miyar-alejandro-767x633.jpgQandA/Law Firm Partners/Law Firms - Mid Size/Litigation/Young Professionals/Law.com)

Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/miyar-alejandro-767x633.jpgQandA/Law Firm Partners/Law Firms - Mid Size/Litigation/Young Professionals / Law.comHow I Made Partner: Dont Be an Amateur; Amateurs Practice Until They Get It Right. Professionals P - Try to replicate, in your own style, all of the things that the top partners in your firm do well, both as practitioners and brand builders. Learn the facts and the law inside and out. There is no substitute for subject-matter mastery and hard work. ...

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Who Got the Work? : Boston Scientifics $1.75M Buy, IBMs Employment Class Action and More (Law.comZack Needleshttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/Boston-Scientific-Marlborough-MA-HQ-767x633.jpgLaw Firm Client Relationships/Law.com)

Law.comZack Needleshttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/10/Boston-Scientific-Marlborough-MA-HQ-767x633.jpgLaw Firm Client Relationships / Law.comWho Got the Work? : Boston Scientifics $1.75M Buy, IBMs Employment Class Action and More - Heres your weekly round-up of the law firms and lawyers around the country being tapped to handle key cases and close major deals for their clients. ...

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.com A Google Play Store Android Photo Editor App Steals Facebook Credentials, But Remains Active? (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechA Google Play Store Android Photo Editor App Steals Facebook Credentials, But Remains Active? - Google Play Store still hasnt removed this malicious Android app. The photoediting application is said to steal users Facebook credentials. ...

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.com The best LGBTQ movies on Amazon Prime Video (Christine Persaud/Digital Trends)

Christine Persaud / Digital TrendsThe best LGBTQ movies on Amazon Prime Video - It can take a while to mine Amazon Prime for some decent LGBTQ movies. Weve done all the digging for you and found the best the service has to offer! ...

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20:36 WhatReallyHappened.com Nobel Prize Will NOT Set Gender Or Ethnicity Quotas, Saying People Should Win 'Because They Made The Most Important Discovery'

The head of the academy that awards Nobel Prizes has ruled out having quotas for gender and ethnicity when selecting laureates of the prestigious award.

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20:32 NewScientist.Com Spies may be storing data to decrypt with a future quantum computer

Quantum computers may one day break encryption, and security researchers say intelligence agencies may already be storing encrypted data with a plan to crack it in future

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20:22 ScienceDaily.com Nanosilver no ‘silver bullet’ in long-term treatment of infections

New research has found that pathogens that form biofilms can evolve to survive nanosilver treatment. The study is the first to demonstrate that long-term nanosilver treatment can increase the risk of recurrent infections.

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19:48 ScienceDaily.com Optimal blood pressure helps our brains age slower

People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain aging, according to new research. The research also found optimal blood pressure helps our brains stay at least six months younger than our actual age.

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19:29 Phys.org Researchers unlock secret path to a quantum future

In 1998, researchers including Mark Kubinec of UC Berkeley performed one of the first simple quantum computations using individual molecules. They used pulses of radio waves to flip the spins of two nuclei in a molecule, with each spin's "up" or "down" orientation storing information in the way that a "0" or "1" state stores information in a classical data bit. In those early days of quantum computers, the combined orientation of the two nuclei—that is, the molecule's quantum state—could only be preserved for brief periods in specially tuned environments. In other words, the system quickly lost its coherence. Control over quantum coherence is the missing step to building scalable quantum computers.

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19:06 Phys.org ESO images some of the biggest asteroids in our Solar System

The detailed images of these 42 objects are a leap forward in exploring asteroids, made possible thanks to ground-based telescopes, and contribute to answering the ultimate question of life, the Universe, and everything.

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19:04 Physics.Aps.org Synopsis: Real-Time Monitoring of Nanoscale Polarization Switching

Author(s): Rachel BerkowitzResearchers have visualized the nanoscale jumps in a ferroelectric’s polarization that are thought to play a key role in how well some ferroelectric devices function. [Physics 14, s129] Published Tue Oct 12, 2021

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19:02 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Multicell Atomic Quantum Memory as a Hardware-Efficient Quantum Repeater Node

Author(s): C. Li, S. Zhang, Y.-K. Wu, N. Jiang, Y.-F. Pu, and L.-M. DuanA full quantum repeater node is realized in a compact setup, combining two challenging requirements together: Long coherence time and multi-cell memory with individual addressing. [PRX Quantum 2, 040307] Published Tue Oct 12, 2021

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18:55 Phys.org Researchers realize quantum teleportation onto mechanical motion of silicon beams

Quantum technology typically employs qubits (quantum bits) consisting of, for example, single electrons, photons or atoms. A group of TU Delft researchers has now demonstrated the ability to teleport an arbitrary qubit state from a single photon onto an optomechanical device—consisting of a mechanical structure comprising billions of atoms. Their breakthrough research, now published in Nature Photonics, enables real-world applications such as quantum internet repeater nodes while also allowing quantum mechanics itself to be studied in new ways.

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18:55 Phys.org How satellite images can help with environmental land management

Academics at the University of Surrey's Centre for Environment and Sustainability have undertaken research that proves Earth Observation satellite imagery can accurately assess the quality and quantity of some habitat types.

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18:55 Phys.org Researchers achieve universal route to family of penta-twinned gold nanocrystals

A research team led by Prof. Li Yue from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), together with Prof. Li Cuncheng from University of Jinan, has recently developed a universal route with fine kinetic control to a family of penta-twinned gold nanocrystals.

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18:55 Phys.org Finding sterile neutrinos

Experiments have spotted anomalies hinting at a new type of neutrino, one that would go beyond the standard model of particle physics and perhaps open a portal to the dark sector. But no one has ever directly observed this hypothetical particle.

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18:07 ScientificAmerican.Com Beyond the Winners, Nobel Prize for Climate Science Is a Victory for Many

Research in the field is more collaborative than the Nobel awards can acknowledge -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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17:59 AzoRobotics.com Human-Like AI Technology Based on Deep Neural Networks Approach

Developing a human-like artificial intelligence technology requires more than just reflecting human behavior. Such technology must be capable of processing information, or “thinking”...

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17:55 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Individual Barkhausen Pulses of Ferroelastic Nanodomains

Author(s): Reinis Ignatans, Dragan Damjanovic, and Vasiliki TileliResearchers have visualized the nanoscale jumps in a ferroelectric’s polarization that are thought to play a key role in how well some ferroelectric devices function. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 167601] Published Tue Oct 12, 2021

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17:25 AzoNano.com Researchers to Develop Cutting-Edge Functional Nanodevices Using 2D Materials

A Strategic Equipment Award worth £2m from EPSRC has been awarded to Loughborough University to invest in a new sophisticated “thin film” equipment. This is known to be the first of...

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17:21 ScienceDaily.com Brain damage from long stays in space

Spending a long time in space appears to cause brain damage. This is shown by a study of five Russian cosmonauts who had stayed on the International Space Station (ISS).

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17:21 ScienceDaily.com Ultrafast and coupled: Atomic vibrations in the quantum material boron nitride

Materials consisting of a few atomic layers display properties determined by quantum physics. In a stack of such layers, vibrations of the atoms can be triggered by infrared light. New experimental and theoretical work shows that atomic vibrations within the layers of hexagonal boron nitride, the so-called transverse optical phonons, couple directly to motions of the layers against each other. For a period of some 20 ps, the coupling results in a frequency down-shift of the optical phonons and their optical resonance. This behavior is a genuine property of the quantum material and of interest for applications in high-frequency optoelectronics.

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17:21 ScienceDaily.com New nanostructure could be the key to quantum electronics

A novel electronic component could be an important key to the era of quantum information technology: Using a tailored manufacturing process, pure germanium is bonded with aluminum in a way that atomically sharp interfaces are created.

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17:13 Phys.org Observing hydrodynamic phenomena with light via analogy between quantum gases and nonlinear optics

A team of researchers from Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Universit di Trento and the University of Birmingham has developed a way to "listen" to sounds generated in a fluid of light. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes their work and its possible use as a new way to study fluids.

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17:10 SingularityHub.Com AI-Powered Brain Implant Eases Severe Depression With a Zap of Electricity

Sarah hadn’t laughed in five years. At 36 years old, the avid home cook has struggled with depression since early childhood. She tried the whole range of antidepressant medications and therapy for decades. Nothing worked. One night, five years ago, driving home from work, she had one thought in her mind: this is it. I’m […]

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16:47 ScienceDaily.com Satellite images can help with environmental land management

Academics have undertaken research that proves Earth Observation satellite imagery can accurately assess the quality and quantity of some habitat types.

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.com Big picture, big data: Swiss unveil VR software of universe (AP News)

AP NewsBig picture, big data: Swiss unveil VR software of universe - LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) - The final frontier has rarely seemed closer than this - at least virtually.Researchers at one of Switzerlands top universities are releasing open-source beta software on Tuesday that allows for virtual visits through the cosmos including up to the International Space Station, past the Moon, Saturn or ...

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16:39 Phys.org Big picture, big data: Swiss unveil VR software of universe

The final frontier has rarely seemed closer than this—at least virtually.

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16:28 LiveScience.com Scientists capture image of bizarre 'electron ice' for the first time

Wigner crystals have been theorized for more than 80 years, but this is the first time the elusive crystals have been captured in an image.

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16:28 Phys.org Ultrafast and coupled: Atomic vibrations in the quantum material boron nitride

Materials consisting of a few atomic layers display properties determined by quantum physics. In a stack of such layers, vibrations of the atoms can be triggered by infrared light. New experimental and theoretical work shows that atomic vibrations within the layers of hexagonal boron nitride, the so-called transverse optical phonons, couple directly to motions of the layers against each other. For a period of some 20 ps, the coupling results in a frequency down-shift of the optical phonons and their optical resonance. This behavior is a genuine property of the quantum material and of interest for applications in high-frequency optoelectronics.

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16:28 Phys.org Brain injury after long-duration spaceflight

Spending long periods in space not only leads to muscle atrophy and reductions in bone density, it also seems to have lasting effects on the brain. Neuroimaging studies (amongst others from this LMU team of researchers) has hinted at this over the last three years. However, little is known if the observed brain-structural alterations are harmless or clinically relevant. LMU physicians Professor Peter zu Eulenburg and Professor Alexander Choukér together with renowned researchers from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Russian colleagues have assessed the structural integrity of the human brain via blood-based markers in astronauts after return from a long-duration mission. The researchers could demonstrate with their pilot study published in JAMA Neurology that there are strong indications for brain injury and accelerated aging following a long-duration mission.

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16:06 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence could make ice hockey analysis that much easier

Professional sports are all about data and analysis. Sports science is a very busy subject and each professional

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15:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google launches serverless Spark, AI workbench, new data offerings at Cloud Next (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsGoogle launches serverless Spark, AI workbench, new data offerings at Cloud Next - Google Cloud BigQuery, Vertex AI, Spanner all see important enhancements. Tableau partnership and Google Earth Engine further enable analytics scenarios on Google Cloud. ...

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15:33 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon is dangerously popular. The Astro robot proves it - CNET (David Priest/CNET News)

David Priest / CNET NewsAmazon is dangerously popular. The Astro robot proves it - CNET - Commentary: Its more valuable for the tech giant to be popular than good. ...

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15:32 AzoRobotics.com CureMetrix AI Improves Turnaround Time for Mammogram Results and Accurately Flags Anomalies, Two-Year Study Shows

New research finds that artificial intelligence (AI) by CureMetrix, Inc., a global healthcare technology company that develops AI-driven software for radiology, can greatly improve turnaround time for...

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15:32 AzoRobotics.com AI-Integrated Care Manager Connects Older Adults with Family and Caregivers and Enhances Their Lives

DaylaCare is an AI-integrated care manager that enhances the lives of seniors and keeps them connected with their caregivers through consistent and meaningful health updates. It emerges as the...

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15:22 Phys.org How AI can guide course design and study choices to help graduates get the jobs they want

Graduates entering an ever-more-competitive job market are often unaware of the skills and values they offer employers. The challenge is greater with emerging job roles that require certifications and both multidisciplinary skills and specialist knowledge, even for entry-level positions.

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15:22 Phys.org Study paints a grim picture of what young gangsters think about violence and manhood

Gang violence is a deeply rooted problem in many impoverished communities across South Africa. This not only significantly affects the young people involved, but has adverse effects on communities: psychological violence, substance abuse and abnormal levels of crime and gun battles.

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14:23 Nature.Com Publisher Correction: Demonstration of reduced neoclassical energy transport in Wendelstein 7-X

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14:14 IsraelNationalNews.Com Israeli-American Joshua Angrist wins Nobel Prize in economics

MIT professor Joshua Angrist among three winners of 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics.

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13:31 TechInvestorNews.com Peter Norvig Leaves Google To Join Stanford AI Unit (Slashdot)

SlashdotPeter Norvig Leaves Google To Join Stanford AI Unit - Artificial intelligence expert Peter Norvig is joining the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI this fall as a Distinguished Education Fellow, with the task of developing tools and materials to explain the key concepts of artificial intelligence. From a blog post: Norvig helped launch and build AI at organizations considered innovators ...

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12:36 TechnologyReview.com AI fake-face generators can be rewound to reveal the real faces they trained on

Load up the website This Person Does Not Exist and it’ll show you a human face, near-perfect in its realism yet totally fake. Refresh and the neural network behind the site will generate another, and another, and another. The endless sequence of AI-crafted faces is produced by a generative adversarial network (GAN)—a type of AI…

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11:40 IsraelNationalNews.Com Nobel Prize for Economics winners announced

UC Berkeley's David Card, MIT's Joshua Angrist and Stanford's Guido Imbens are this year's prize winners for the Nobel in Economic Sciences.

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10:54 Arxiv.org CS VIRUP : The Virtual Reality Universe Project. (arXiv:2110.04308v1 [astro-ph.IM])

VIRUP is a new C++ open source software that provides an interactive virtual reality environment to navigate through large scientific astrophysical datasets obtained from both observations and simulations. It is tailored to visualize terabytes of data, rendering at 90 frames per second in order to ensure an optimal immersion experience. While VIRUP has initially been designed to work with gaming virtual reality headsets, it supports different modern immersive systems like 3D screens, 180 deg. domes or 360 deg. panorama. VIRUP is scriptable thanks to the Python language, a feature that allows to immerse visitors through pre-selected scenes or to pre-render sequences to create movies. A companion video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJJXbcf8kxA) to the last SDSS 2020 release as well as a 21 minute long documentary, The Archaeology of Light, https://go.epfl.ch/ArchaeologyofLight have been both 100% produced using VIRUP.

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10:44 Technology.org The Search for Quantum Gravity

About a century ago, Albert Einstein amazed the world with his groundbreaking theory of relativity, and ever since

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10:43 Arxiv.org Physics VIRUP : The Virtual Reality Universe Project. (arXiv:2110.04308v1 [astro-ph.IM])

VIRUP is a new C++ open source software that provides an interactive virtual reality environment to navigate through large scientific astrophysical datasets obtained from both observations and simulations. It is tailored to visualize terabytes of data, rendering at 90 frames per second in order to ensure an optimal immersion experience. While VIRUP has initially been designed to work with gaming virtual reality headsets, it supports different modern immersive systems like 3D screens, 180 deg. domes or 360 deg. panorama. VIRUP is scriptable thanks to the Python language, a feature that allows to immerse visitors through pre-selected scenes or to pre-render sequences to create movies. A companion video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJJXbcf8kxA) to the last SDSS 2020 release as well as a 21 minute long documentary, The Archaeology of Light, https://go.epfl.ch/ArchaeologyofLight have been both 100% produced using VIRUP.

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09:04 RoboHub.org Join the Women in Robotics Photo Challenge

How can women feel as if they belong in robotics if we can’t see any pictures of women building or programming robots? The Civil Rights Activist Marian Wright Edelson aptly said, “You can’t be what you can’t see.” We’d like you all to take photos of women building and coding robots and share them with […]

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08:10 Technology.org Explaining Decisions Made with AI: A Workbook

Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine learning (ML) have changed our lives for the better in fields ranging from

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03:34 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: 31 of the best TV shows to binge this week - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: 31 of the best TV shows to binge this week - CNET - I Know What You Did Last Summer the TV series arrives this week. (Not last week.) ...

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03:34 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: The 26 best movies to stream this week - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: The 26 best movies to stream this week - CNET - Watch another movie with Daniel Craig this week. ...

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01:41 TechInvestorNews.com China Has Won AI Battle With US, Pentagons Ex-software Chief Says (Slashdot)

SlashdotChina Has Won AI Battle With US, Pentagons Ex-software Chief Says - China has won the artificial intelligence battle with the United States and is heading towards global dominance because of its technological advances, the Pentagons former software chief told the Financial Times. From a report: China, the worlds second largest economy, is likely to dominate many of the key emerging technologies, ...

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01:25 NewYork Times A Deserved Nobel Economics Prize Reminds Us Facts Matter

A well-deserved Nobel reminds us why facts seem to have a liberal bias.

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00:02 ScienceDaily.com Teaching ancient brains new tricks

Scientists have found a way to decode the brain activity associated with individual abstract scientific concepts pertaining to matter and energy, such as fermion or dark matter.

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11.10.2021
23:26 BBC Nobel Prize: We will not have gender or ethnicity quotas - top scientist

Journalist Maria Ressa was the only woman to win a Nobel Prize this year, and just the 59th in history.

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21:39 TechInvestorNews.com U.S. Has Lost AI Race to China, According to Former Software Chief at Pentagon (Daniel Politi/Slate Magazine)

Daniel Politi / Slate MagazineU.S. Has Lost AI Race to China, According to Former Software Chief at Pentagon - Nicolas Chaillan, who spent three years as the first chief software officer for the Air Force, resigned in protest. ...

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20:32 TechInvestorNews.com An artificial intelligence ecosystem isnt necessarily all cloud (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsAn artificial intelligence ecosystem isnt necessarily all cloud - A call for greater enterprise architecture in building AI ecosystems, leveraging both cloud and on-premises systems. ...

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20:32 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon AWSs AI team seeks the profound in the industrial (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsAmazon AWSs AI team seeks the profound in the industrial - In whats called Graceful AI, Amazon AWS AI lead Stephan Soatto and colleagues work to solve industrial problems that in turn may produce new insights into the fundamentals of deep learning and information theory. ...

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18:41 AzoRobotics.com New AI-Based Method Refines Understanding of Out of Africa Movement

Scientists from Estonia and Italy have collaborated to develop a unique technique by integrating neural networks and statistics. The “Out of Africa” scenario was refined using the new...

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17:08 SingularityHub.Com Intel’s Brain-Inspired Loihi 2 Chip Can Hold a Million Artificial Neurons

Computer chips that recreate the brain’s structure in silicon are a promising avenue for powering the smart robots of the future. Now Intel has released an updated version of its Loihi neuromorphic chip, which it hopes will bring that dream closer. Despite frequent comparisons, the neural networks that power today’s leading AI systems operate very […]

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17:01 Phys.org Bioinspired electromechanical nanogenerators to regulate cell activity

The extracellular matrix (ECM) including three-dimensional (3D) network and bioelectricity can profoundly influence cell development, migration, and functional expression. In a new report now published on Science Advances, Tong Li and a research team in chemistry, nanotechnology, bioelectronics and advanced materials in China, developed an electromechanical coupling bio-nanogenerator abbreviated bio-NG inspired by biophysical cues of the extracellular matrix. The device contained highly discrete piezoelectric fibers to generate piezo potential of up to millivolts to provide in situ electrical stimulation for living cells.

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17:01 Phys.org Quantum circuit black hole lasers to explore Hawking radiation

The fundamental forces of physics govern the matter comprising the universe, yet exactly how these forces work together is still not fully understood. The existence of Hawking radiation—the particle emission from near black holes—indicates that general relativity and quantum mechanics must cooperate. But directly observing Hawking radiation from a black hole is nearly impossible due to the background noise of the universe, so how can researchers study it to better understand how the forces interact and integrate into a "Theory of Everything?"

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17:01 Phys.org Nanosilver is not a 'silver bullet' in long-term treatment of infections

New research from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has found that pathogens that form biofilms can evolve to survive nanosilver treatment. The study is the first to demonstrate that long-term nanosilver treatment can increase the risk of recurrent infections.

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16:57 ScienceDaily.com A visit from a social robot improves hospitalized children’s outlook

A new study finds a visit from human-controlled robot encourages a positive outlook and improves medical interactions for hospitalized children.

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16:38 TechInvestorNews.com China is beating USA in AI race, says ex-Pentagon software chief (devz123@gmail.com(Dev Kundaliya)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

devz123@gmail.com(Dev Kundaliya) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesChina is beating USA in AI race, says ex-Pentagon software chief - Some US government departments cyber defences are at kindergarten level compared to Chinas advancement, Nicolas Chaillan thinks The United States has already lost the AI race to China, and has no competing fighting chance in the next 15 to 20 years, the Pentagons former software chief has warned. Nicolas Chaillan, ...

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15:52 AzoRobotics.com Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Boot Camp to Kick-Off on October 8th at the UNESCO Africa Engineering Week

The 7th Edition of the UNESCO Africa Engineering Week and the 5th Africa Engineering Conference kicked off in Ghana on the 4th of October 2021. The event is being organised by the Ghana Institution of...

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15:52 AzoRobotics.com Inaugural deeep AI Art Fair to Host the Most Extensive Showcase of Rising AI and ML Artists

The age of deep art has arrived, enabled by exponential technologies, including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), and art collectors and investors are taking notice. On the...

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15:52 Google news Health Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to U.S.-Based Trio - The Wall Street Journal

Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to U.S.-Based Trio  The Wall Street Journal3 economists awarded Nobel for work on real-world experiments  CNNU.S Growth Fears, Nobel Prize Winners, IMF Chief: Eco Day  Bloomberg3 U.S.-based economists, including 2 in California, receive Nobel Prize for economics  KTLA Los AngelesNobel Economics Prize awarded to 3 U.S.-based economists  CNBCView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:52 Google news Sci/Tech Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to U.S.-Based Trio - The Wall Street Journal

Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to U.S.-Based Trio  The Wall Street Journal3 economists awarded Nobel for work on real-world experiments  CNNU.S Growth Fears, Nobel Prize Winners, IMF Chief: Eco Day  Bloomberg3 U.S.-based economists, including 2 in California, receive Nobel Prize for economics  KTLA Los AngelesNobel Economics Prize awarded to 3 U.S.-based economists  CNBCView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:49 Nature.Com Daily briefing: Why COVID science didn’t win a Nobel

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15:29 RFI.fr Trio win Nobel Economics Prize for 'natural experiments'

Canadian David Card, Israeli-American Joshua Angrist and Dutch-American Guido Imbens on Monday won the Nobel Economics Prize for insights into the labour market and "natural experiments", the jury said. The researchers were honoured for providing "new insights about the labour market" and showing "what conclusions about cause and effect can be drawn from natural experiments", the Nobel committee said in a statement. Half of the 10-million-kronor ($1.1 million, one million euro) prize went to Card, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who was born in Canada in 1956, "for his empirical contributions to labour economics." Card's work has focused on labour market effects of minimum wages, immigration and education. The other half went jointly to Angrist, 61, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Imbens, 58, a professor at Stanford, "for their methodological contributions to the analysis of causal relationships." They demonstrated how precise

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