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27.04.2022
23:24 Phys.org Machine learning, harnessed to extreme computing, aids fusion energy development

MIT research scientists Pablo Rodriguez-Fernandez and Nathan Howard have just completed one of the most demanding calculations in fusion science—predicting the temperature and density profiles of a magnetically confined plasma via first-principles simulation of plasma turbulence. Solving this problem by brute force is beyond the capabilities of even the most advanced supercomputers. Instead, the researchers used an optimization methodology developed for machine learning to dramatically reduce the CPU time required while maintaining the accuracy of the solution.

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23:24 Phys.org Zero-index metamaterials offer new insights into the foundations of quantum mechanics

In physics, as in life, it's always good to look at things from different perspectives.

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22:34 Technology.org A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection

A robot named Lyra has been used to inspect a ventilation duct in Dounreay’s redundant nuclear laboratories and

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21:34 TechInvestorNews.com Critical Mass with Law.coms Amanda Bronstad: MDL Leadership Roles Rise For Attorneys Of Color. In S (Law.comAmanda Bronstadhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/04/Adams-Fell-Poindexter-767x633-1.jpgCritical Mass/Law.com)

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21:31 ScienceDaily.com Tangle no more, nanotubes

Scientists have developed an acid-based solvent that simplifies carbon nanotube processing in a way that's less toxic and easy to scale up for industrial applications.

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21:14 Nanowerk.com Tangle no more, nanotubes

Scientists have developed an acid-based solvent that simplifies carbon nanotube processing in a way that's less toxic and easy to scale up for industrial applications.

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21:04 Phys.org New solvent simplifies industrial 3D, roll-to-roll carbon nanotube printing

Carbon nanotubes that are prone to tangle like spaghetti can use a little special sauce to realize their full potential.

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20:54 Nanowerk.com Preventing infection with an improved nanosilver coating for medical devices

Scientists have tried to develop a silver coating for implantable medical devices to protect against infection, but they've had limited success. A recent study describes a new, long-acting silver-ion releasing coating that, in rats, prevents bacteria from adhering to implants and then kills them.

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20:51 ScienceDaily.com Nanoplastic particles love company: Researchers analyze polyethylene degradation in environment

Polyethylene accounts for nearly one-third of the world's plastic waste. An interdisciplinary team has now investigated the progressive degradation of polyethylene in the environment for the first time. Although the degradation process leads to fragmentation into ever smaller particles, isolated nanoplastic particles are rarely found in the environment. The reason is that such decay products do not like to remain on their own, but rather attach rapidly to larger colloidal systems that occur naturally in the environment.

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20:44 LiveScience.com ISS and China's space station photobomb image of 4 planets aligned in the sky

The International Space Station and China's Tianhe-1 station photobombed a four-planet line-up in the early morning sky for Italian astrophysicist Gianluca Masi.

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20:44 Phys.org Study points to physical principles that underlie quantum Darwinism

At the atomic and subatomic scales, objects behave in ways that challenge the classical worldview based on day-to-day interactions with macroscopic reality. A familiar example is the discovery that electrons can behave as both particles and waves, depending on the experimental context in which they are observed. To explain this and other phenomena, which appear contrary to the laws of physics inherited from previous centuries, models that are self-consistent but have contradictory interpretations have been proposed by scientists such as Louis de Broglie (1892-1987), Niels Bohr (1885-1962), Erwin Schrödinger (1887-1961) and David Bohm (1917-1992), among others.

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20:34 AzoNano.com Green Synthesis of Toxic Pollution Collecting Nanoparticles

Silicon Dioxide or silica (SiO2) nanoparticles (NP) have been extensively researched and utilized as an ecological friendly source for the removal of toxic substances. Sustainable methods for the...

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20:24 AzoNano.com Solar Production of Hydrogen Peroxide with Carbon Quantum Dots

A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Advanced Science that demonstrated an efficient and eco-friendly hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) generation method based on piezoelectric...

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20:21 NewScientist.Com Watch a jumping robot that could one day leap across the moon

A robot that could cover half a kilometre per jump on the moon may be the ideal lunar exploration vehicle

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20:14 AzoNano.com Tailoring Three-Phase Nanocomposites for Nanophotonics Applications

A novel approach for merging two or more materials to form hybrid materials with artificially tunable properties has been presented in a study published in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials....

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19:54 Phys.org Nanoplastic particles love company: Researchers analyze polyethylene degradation in the environment

Polyethylene, a plastic that is both cheap and easy to process, accounts for nearly one-third of the world's plastic waste. An interdisciplinary team from the University of Bayreuth has investigated the progressive degradation of polyethylene in the environment for the first time.

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19:44 LiveScience.com Over 100 brain tumors linked to NJ high school: Is it a cancer cluster?

An investigation is underway to determine if the school is linked with a cancer cluster.

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19:11 ScienceDaily.com Anesthetic drastically diverts the travels of brain waves

Under propofol general anesthesia very slow frequency traveling waves transform and dominate, redirecting and disrupting the higher frequency traveling waves associated with conscious function.

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19:11 ScientificAmerican.Com Record-Breaking Jumping Robot Can Leap a 10-Story Building

To propel itself higher than any known engineered jumper or animal can, it had to ignore the limits of biology -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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19:04 Technology.org Five diseases attack language areas in brain

There are five different diseases that attack the language areas in the brain’s left hemisphere that slowly cause

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19:02 Nature.Com Jumping robot bests biology by enhancing stored energy

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19:02 Nature.Com Observation of a linked-loop quantum state in a topological magnet

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19:02 Nature.Com Jumping robot leaps to record heights

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18:24 Nanowerk.com Plastic-eating enzyme could eliminate billions of tons of landfill waste (w/video)

An enzyme variant created by engineers and scientists can break down environment-throttling plastics that typically take centuries to degrade in just a matter of hours to days.

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18:14 Phys.org Fault-tolerant quantum computer memory in diamond

Quantum computing holds the potential to be a game-changing future technology in fields ranging from chemistry to cryptography to finance to pharmaceuticals. Compared to conventional computers, scientists suggest that quantum computers could operate many thousand times faster. To harness this power, scientists today are looking at ways to construct quantum computer networks. Fault-tolerant quantum memory, which responds well when hardware or software malfunctions occur, will play an important role in these networks. A research team from Yokohama National University is exploring quantum memory that is resilient against operational or environmental errors.

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18:04 Technology.org A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection

A robot named Lyra has been used to inspect a ventilation duct in Dounreay’s redundant nuclear laboratories and

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18:04 Phys.org Naked mole rats, frogs and other animals may hold the secrets to preventing brain injury

The brain is the organ that orchestrates all the diverse functions and complex decisions that take place in biological systems. Despite its critical nature, it is equally as fragile: the neurons that make up the brain do not regenerate like many other cell types.

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18:01 ScienceDaily.com New mechanism to transfer chirality between molecules in the nanoscale field

New research describes how the modulation of the geometry of a helical reactor at a macroscopic level enables controlling the sign of chirality of a process at a nanometric scale, an unprecedented discovery to date in the scientific literature.

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17:54 Nanowerk.com Electronic skin anticipates and perceives touch from different directions for the first time (w/video)

Scientists develop a new approach for miniaturization of soft ultra-compact and highly integrated sensor units for directional tactile sensitivity in e-skin systems

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17:54 Phys.org Advancing materials science for superconducting quantum circuits

NPL scientists, in collaboration with experts in physical chemistry, have unleashed state-of-the-art electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) techniques to understand materials relevant for superconducting quantum circuits, with results published in a recent paper in Science Advances.

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17:44 AzoRobotics.com Novel Portable Robot Used to Inspect Nuclear Infrastructure

A robot called Lyra has been employed to check a ventilation duct in the redundant nuclear laboratories at Dounreay and chart the radioactive materials. Image Credit: The University of Manchester....

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17:44 AzoRobotics.com AI Helps to Detect Early Stage Pancreatic Cancer

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) program that is able to properly identify who is likely to get pancreatic cancer depending on what their CT scan results...

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17:31 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions All-order correlation of single excitons in nanocrystals using a $k·p$ envelope-function approach: Application to lead halide perovskites

Author(s): S. A. Blundell and C. GuetThe authors revisit the theory of strongly correlated excitons confined in semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots, motivated by recent experiments on nanocrystals of all-inorganic cesium lead halide perovskites (e.g., CsPbBr 3 ), which have outstanding optoelectronic properties. Using a variety of k ⋅ p many-body approaches, including many-body perturbation theory, configuration interaction, the Bethe-Salpeter equation, and the random-phase approximation with exchange, they show that the strong correlation arises exclusively from the

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17:31 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Search for Cosmic-Ray Boosted Sub-GeV Dark Matter at the PandaX-II Experiment

Author(s): Xiangyi Cui et al. (PandaX-II Collaboration)A large unexplored region of parameter space has been ruled out for hypothetical sub-GeV dark matter which was boosted in energy from collisions with cosmic rays. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 171801] Published Wed Apr 27, 2022

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17:04 Technology.org Physicists embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow

A new approach could make it possible to detect the elusive Unruh effect in hours, rather than billions

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16:24 AzoNano.com Researchers Develop Nanocellulose Paper Semiconductors for Better Tunability of Electronic Properties

Semiconducting nanomaterials with 3D network architectures have large surface areas and lots of pores, making them ideal for adsorption, separation and sensing applications. Moreover, achieving...

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16:24 AzoNano.com Researchers Show How Nanoparticles May Turn Sunlight into Alternate Forms of Energy

Novel technologies to convert sunlight into power and fuels will be enabled by new materials. These materials are made possible by the combination of molecules and nanoparticles. These...

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16:04 Phys.org The use of magnetic nanoparticles for cancer therapy

A joint research paper from Chemnitz University of Technology and Shivaji University (India) titled "APTES monolayer coverage on self-assembled magnetic nanospheres for controlled release of anticancer drug Nintedanib" was downloaded 4,458 times last year. This puts the paper among the top most accessed papers in the peer-reviewed journal Scientific Reports.

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15:54 AzoRobotics.com 3E8 Inc. Awarded SDTC Funding to Develop the Next Generation of Sustainable AI Computing

3E8 Inc, a pioneer in photonic AI compute silicon, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) to support its mission to develop the...

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14:54 Technology.org High-Performance Lasers Make Waves in Self-Driving Cars, Quantum Devices

JPL photonics inventions improve lasers and oscillators for autonomous vehicles, next-generation communications, and quantum computing Navigating the solar

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14:44 Phys.org Direct printing of nanodiamonds at the quantum level

Diamond nanocrystals, namely nanodiamonds, which host point defects such as nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers, are a promising quantum material.

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14:12 Nature.Com China focuses on ethics to deter another ‘CRISPR babies’ scandal

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10:33 Technology.org Orgasm – everything starts in the brain 

Why do we like sex? Our brain perceives physical acts as a pleasure, just like abusive behavior, e.g.,

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08:52 Arxiv.org CS Virtual Reality Applications in Software Engineering Education: A Systematic Review. (arXiv:2204.12008v1 [cs.SE])

Requirement Engineering (RE) is a Software Engineering (SE) process of defining, documenting, and maintaining the requirements from a problem. It is one of the most complex processes of SE because it addresses the relation between customer and developer. RE learning may be abstract and complex for most students because many of them cannot visualize the subject directly applied. Through the advancement of technology, Virtual Reality (VR) hardware is becoming increasingly more accessible, and it is not rare to use it in education. Little research and systematic studies explain the integration between SE and VR, and even less between RE and VR. Hence, this systematic review proposes to select and present studies that relate the use of VR applications to teach SE and RE concepts. We selected nine studies to include in this review. Despite the lack of articles addressing the topic, the results from this study showed that the use of VR technologies for learning SE is still very seminal. The

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05:33 TechInvestorNews.com VLSI-Intel Patent Trial Canceled Due to COVID Outbreak (Law.comScott Grahamhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/401/2021/06/Albright-Alan-2018-10-767x633.jpgElectronics/Technology Media and Telecom/News/COVID-19/Intellectual Property/Patent Litigation/Technology/COVID-19/Intellectual Property/P/Law.com)

Law.comScott Grahamhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/401/2021/06/Albright-Alan-2018-10-767x633.jpgElectronics/Technology Media and Telecom/News/COVID-19/Intellectual Property/Patent Litigation/Technology/COVID-19/Intellectual Property/P / Law.comVLSI-Intel Patent Trial Canceled Due to COVID Outbreak - Attorneys on the case had been self-testing daily, and two of them came up positive on Tuesday. Judge Alan Albright postponed the trial until the fall. ...

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04:51 News-Medical.Net AI tool could capture subtle, early signs of pancreatic cancer in CT scans

An artificial intelligence (AI) tool developed by Cedars-Sinai investigators accurately predicted who would develop pancreatic cancer based on what their CT scan images looked like years prior to being diagnosed with the disease.

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03:32 TechInvestorNews.com We Are Not Purdue. Drugmakers Deny Blame for San Franciscos Opioid Crisis (Law.comAmanda Bronstadhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/403/2022/04/Opiod_Fees-767x633.jpgCases and Courts/Pharmaceuticals/State and Local Government/News/Consumer Protection/Government/Mass Torts/Breaking News/Biotech and Pharmaceuticals/Law.com)

Law.comAmanda Bronstadhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/403/2022/04/Opiod_Fees-767x633.jpgCases and Courts/Pharmaceuticals/State and Local Government/News/Consumer Protection/Government/Mass Torts/Breaking News/Biotech and Pharmaceuticals / Law.comWe Are Not Purdue. Drugmakers Deny Blame for San Franciscos Opioid Crisis - San Franciscos opioid trial began this week with two days of opening statements. Todays opioid crisis would not have occurred without the paradigm shifts caused by defendants and others in the pharmaceutical industry, said Richard Heimann, a lawyer for San Francisco. ...

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01:33 TechInvestorNews.com Netflix shares first look at pictures from The Gray Man (Blair Marnell/Digital Trends)

Blair Marnell / Digital TrendsNetflix shares first look at pictures from The Gray Man - The Russo Brothers next movie, The Gray Man, is coming to Netflix this summer. And now the streamer has released a first look at the all-star cast. ...

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00:10 ScienceDaily.com Physicists embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow

Researchers say they've found a way to significantly increase the probability of observing the Unruh effect, a 'quantum glow' phenomenon that was first proposed in the 1970s.

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00:02 Phys.org Physicists embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow

For "Star Wars" fans, the streaking stars seen from the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon as it jumps to hyperspace is a canonical image. But what would a pilot actually see if she could accelerate in an instant through the vacuum of space? According to a prediction known as the Unruh effect, she would more likely see a warm glow.

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26.04.2022
23:50 ScienceDaily.com AI may detect earliest signs of pancreatic cancer

An artificial intelligence (AI) tool can accurately predicted who would develop pancreatic cancer based on what their CT scan images looked like years prior to being diagnosed with the disease. The findings may help prevent death through early detection of one of the most challenging cancers to treat.

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23:13 Technology.org Nylon cooking bags, plastic-lined cups can release nanoparticles into liquids

Nylon cooking bags and plastic-lined cardboard cups are conveniences many people rely on, but a new study in

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22:33 Phys.org Research reveals a new mechanism to transfer chirality between molecules in the nanoscale field

If we compare the right to the left hand, we can see these are specular images—that is, like symmetrical shapes reflected in a mirror—and they cannot superimpose on each other. This property is chirality, a feature of the matter that plays with the symmetry of biological structures at different scales, from the DNA molecule to the tissues of the heart muscle.

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22:33 Phys.org Specially sourced argon may soon whisper secrets about universe's dark matter

A deposit of nearly pure argon left undisturbed since Earth's formation is about to help physicists understand more about the universe.

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22:23 Nanowerk.com Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker (w/video)

The flexible, thin-film device has the potential to make any surface into a low-power, high-quality audio source.

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21:43 AzoNano.com Gold Nanoparticles May Enhance Healing through Promotion of Key Proteins

A group of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Scientific Reports that demonstrated the effectiveness of gold nanoparticles synthesized using hydrogels as reducing and capping agents...

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21:43 AzoNano.com Finding the Best Nanocatalyst to Make Biodiesel from Microalgae

Recent research published in the journal Materials Today: Proceedings compares two nanocatalysts for the generation of biodiesel from microalgae, calcium methoxide Ca(OCH3)2 and lithium-ion...

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21:33 AzoNano.com Determining How Nanofiller Enhances Kevlar-Epoxy Composites

A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Materials Today: Proceedings that investigated the effect of different carbon nanotube (CNT) nanofiller concentrations on the impact and...

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com You Can Now Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage With T-Mobile (Arthur Brown/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Arthur Brown / AndroidHeadlines.comYou Can Now Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage With T-Mobile - Are you running out of space on Google Photos? Well, dont fret; not too long ago, news broke that T-Mobile collaborated with Google to give users unlimited Google Photos storage. Now, that plan is finally live, and you can pack on as many photos and videos as you want. You ...

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21:23 AzoNano.com Ideal Conditions to Produce High Performance Carbon Nanotube Fibers

A pre-proof published recently in the journal Carbon investigates shifts in fiber morphologies, particularly inter- and intra-bundle voids, as a result of solution spinning. This thorough...

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20:40 Nature.Com Fantastic feathers, brain writing — the week in infographics

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20:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Robust topological superconductivity in weakly coupled nanowire-superconductor hybrid structures

Author(s): Oladunjoye A. Awoga, Jorge Cayao, and Annica M. Black-SchafferThe emergence of topological superconductivity and Majorana bound states in superconductor nanowire structures relies on a large induced topological gap, usually assumed to require strong coupling between superconductor and nanowire. However, strong coupling also brings detrimental effects such as the need for large critical Zeeman fields and the emergence of trivial zero-energy states. This work demonstrates that the aforementioned problems can be drastically mitigated in the weak-coupling regime, while retaining the robust properties of topological superconductivity including large topological gaps. [Phys. Rev. B 105, 144509] Published Tue Apr 26, 2022

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19:53 FierceBiotech.com Intel lends its deep learning AI to DiA Imaging’s heart ultrasound analysis tech

Intel lends its deep learning AI to DiA Imaging’s heart ultrasound analysis tech apark Tue, 04/26/2022 - 11:44

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19:43 TechInvestorNews.com How to use a Google Nest Hub as a digital picture frame ((Jennifer Pattison Tuohy)/The Verge)

(Jennifer Pattison Tuohy) / The VergeHow to use a Google Nest Hub as a digital picture frame - Display your photos on your Google Nest Hub. | Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge Googles family of Nest Hub smart displays can do a lot of things: control your smart home devices; show you a feed of your video doorbell; play YouTube videos; double as a digital cookbook; ...

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18:43 Phys.org Forest trees also take up nanoplastics

Plastic is a petroleum product that is extremely slow to decompose. According to the German Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union, a plastic bag takes 10 to 20 years, a plastic straw 200 years and a plastic bottle 450 years to decompose. During decomposition, these objects are ground into ever-smaller particles over time. These are known as microplastics (particles smaller than 5mm) or nanoplastics (particles smaller than 1,000 nanometers). Nanoplastic particles in particular pose a potential hazard to living organisms, as these can absorb the particles. The particles accumulate in the tissue and there are indications that they can cause chronic inflammation.

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18:33 Nanowerk.com Electronics can grow on trees thanks to nanocellulose paper semiconductors

Researchers report wood-derived semiconductors that can be tuned for use in a range of sustainable electronic devices.

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18:02 Phys.org Electronics can grow on trees thanks to nanocellulose paper semiconductors

Semiconducting nanomaterials with 3D network structures have high surface areas and a lot of pores that make them excellent for applications involving adsorbing, separating, and sensing. However, simultaneously controlling the electrical properties and creating useful micro- and macro-scale structures, while achieving excellent functionality and end-use versatility, remains challenging. Now, Osaka University researchers, in collaboration with The University of Tokyo, Kyushu University, and Okayama University, have developed a nanocellulose paper semiconductor that provides both nano−micro−macro trans-scale designability of the 3D structures and wide tunability of the electrical properties. Their findings are published in ACS Nano.

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17:53 Nanowerk.com New strategy to synthesize single-hole hollow carbon nanospheres helps further reveal void-confinement effects

Hollow structured nanomaterials are promising in the fields of adsorption, catalysis, energy storage and drug delivery/controlled release, owing to their high porosity, large surface area and abundant inner void space. Researchers have developed a new strategy to synthesize single-hole hollow carbon nanospheres.

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17:12 AzoRobotics.com A New Method of Using AI to Predict Cancer from Patient Data Confidentially

Artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of examining huge volumes of data, such as trial results or images, and identifying patterns frequently unnoticeable by humans, rendering it extremely...

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16:53 Nanowerk.com Microrobot collectives display versatile movement patterns (w/video)

Collective behavior and swarm patterns are found everywhere in nature. Robots can also be programmed to act in swarms. Researchers have developed collectives of microrobots, which they can move in every formation they wish.

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16:41 News-Medical.Net Nanobody effectively neutralizes pseudotyped ancestral SARS-CoV-2 and Omicron spike proteins

Researchers identified a nanobody inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 variants.

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16:33 TechInvestorNews.com The Future of Activision Blizzard Stock With Microsoft in the Picture (Yahoo! Finance: Company News)

Yahoo! Finance: Company NewsThe Future of Activision Blizzard Stock With Microsoft in the Picture - In mid-January, shares ofActivision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) surged when news broke thatMicrosoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) was offering to buy the video game publisher in a $68.7 billion deal. In this episode of The Rank on Motley Fool Live, recorded on April 11, Fool.com contributors Matt Frankel, Jason Hall, and Brian Withers ...

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16:33 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Drops The Shark AV2001 Robot Vacuum To Just $299 (Alexander Maxham/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Alexander Maxham / AndroidHeadlines.comAmazon Drops The Shark AV2001 Robot Vacuum To Just $299 - Today, in Amazons Gold Box Deal of the Day, you can pick up the Shark AV2001 Robot Vacuum for just $299. Thats shaving about $130 off of its regular price. Keep in mind that this price is good today only, as it is part of the Gold Box Deal of ...

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15:53 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Fertility for trans men, and a Q&A with CRISPR’s co-creator

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Trans men’s eggs have been matured in the lab—and could help them have children Ovaries contain hundreds of thousands of underdeveloped eggs, held in a kind of suspended animation. Each month, one matures…

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15:32 Technology.org Nylon cooking bags, plastic-lined cups can release nanoparticles into liquids

Nylon cooking bags and plastic-lined cardboard cups are conveniences many people rely on, but a new study in

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15:03 AzoNano.com Research Highlights New Printing Technique of Nano Diamond at Quantum Level

Diamond is more than a lovely gem, and physicists like it because of its flaws. One of the most promising quantum materials is diamond nanocrystals, specifically, nanodiamonds with point defects such...

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14:53 AzoNano.com Self-Assembled Magnetic Nanoparticles May Enhance Anticancer Drug Nintedanib

Last year, an APTES monolayer covering self-assembled magnetic nanospheres for controlled drug delivery of the anticancer drug, Nintedanib, was downloaded 4,458 times, according to a joint research...

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14:41 News-Medical.Net Dotphoton and Hamamatsu Photonics are partnering to provide the ultimate raw image compression and address the ever-growing biomedical image data volume

Dotphoton, an industry-leading raw image compression company and Hamamatsu Photonics, a world leader in optical systems and photonics manufacturing, are pleased to announce their new partnership.

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13:53 Technology.org How to preserve our privacy in an AI-enabled world of smart fridges and fitbits? Here are my simple fixes

The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the total entropy – the amount of disorder – only ever

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13:33 Nanowerk.com Nanotechnology-enabled low-cost, point-of-care, self-test of sodium in the comfort of your home

Researchers have developed a point-of-care, portable, rapid, and cost-effective test for clinical diagnosis of sodium, which uses a paper printed colorimetric sensor that is based on Curcumin-functionalized copper (CuC) nanoparticles. They demonstrate that the proposed CuC paper strip can be used for detecting Na+ concentration within the whole physiological range in both blood serum and urine. Sodium is a vitally important electrolyte present in all body fluids and it plays a crucial role in maintaining normal body function, including nerve and muscle function.

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13:32 News-Medical.Net Exploring Populations of B and T Cells in Lymph Nodes of Patients Diagnosed with COVID-19 via Microscopy and Image Analysis

My work is focused on looking at the dynamics of B/T cell populations within lymph nodes from patients that had recovered from COVID-19. My role in this research was developing and implementing microscopy image analysis techniques using methods and instrumentation in part supplied by TissueGnostics.

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12:22 TechnologyReview.com The scientist who co-created CRISPR isn’t ruling out engineered babies someday

The day I spoke to Jennifer Doudna was a tough day: the US Patent Office had just ruled against her university on CRISPR’s most important uses, handing the commercial rights to her rivals at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Doudna is the co-discoverer of CRISPR editing, the revolutionary method for engineering genes that,…

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12:11 NYT Health Can Virtual Reality Help Ease Chronic Pain?

V.R. treatments may provide relief similar to intravenous opioids — a tantalizing prospect for the millions of Americans living with chronic pain.

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11:53 AzoRobotics.com Touchlab Gives Robots a Human Touch

UK startup Touchlab, a deep tech venture in EIT Digital's Innovation Factory roster, has raised £3.5 m (€4.36 m) in a funding round led by Octopus Ventures, one of...

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11:03 Technology.org Explains: How to preserve our privacy in an AI-enabled world of smart fridges and fitbits? Here are my simple fixes

The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the total entropy – the amount of disorder – only ever

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04:32 TechInvestorNews.com Theyre B-a-a-a-c-k! Irells Chu and Wilmers Lee Square Off for Trial No. 3 of VLSI v. Intel (Law.comScott Grahamhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/401/2021/06/Albright-Alan-2018-10-767x633.jpgElectronics/Technology Media and Telecom/News/Intellectual Property/Patent Litigation/Technology/Intellectual Property/Patent/California/D/Law.com)

Law.comScott Grahamhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/401/2021/06/Albright-Alan-2018-10-767x633.jpgElectronics/Technology Media and Telecom/News/Intellectual Property/Patent Litigation/Technology/Intellectual Property/Patent/California/D / Law.comTheyre B-a-a-a-c-k! Irells Chu and Wilmers Lee Square Off for Trial No. 3 of VLSI v. Intel - VLSI won a $2.175 billion verdict the first time around, while Intel secured a defense verdict in the second. This time Wilmers Bill Lee is telling jurors from the outset that VLSI paid only $35 million for a 170-patent portfolio that includes the asserted patent. ...

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02:11 News-Medical.Net Using AI to predict cancer from patient data without putting personal information at risk

A new way of using artificial intelligence to predict cancer from patient data without putting personal information at risk has been developed by a team including University of Leeds medical scientists.

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00:32 TechInvestorNews.com Nvidia’s Push for AI Innovation Could Propel This ETF Higher (Ben Hernandez/ETF Trends)

Ben Hernandez / ETF TrendsNvidia’s Push for AI Innovation Could Propel This ETF Higher - Companies that invest heavily in their research and development could be harbingers of expansive growth. In particular, artificial intelligence (AI) investment is driving innovation for the next wave of disruptive technology. Chip maker Nvidia is doing just that. Its evolving from its identification as a semiconductor producer and focusing on ...

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00:32 TechInvestorNews.com First Parent to Appeal Varsity Blues Jury Conviction Hires Jones Days Noel Francisco (Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Noel-Francisco-2021-008-767x633-2-1.jpgFederal Government/News/Civil Appeals/White Collar Crime/Massachusetts/Law.com)

Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Noel-Francisco-2021-008-767x633-2-1.jpgFederal Government/News/Civil Appeals/White Collar Crime/Massachusetts / Law.comFirst Parent to Appeal Varsity Blues Jury Conviction Hires Jones Days Noel Francisco - Francisco is asking the court to overturn private equity investor John Wilsons convictions or order him a new trial. ...

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25.04.2022
23:10 ScienceDaily.com An easier way to teach robots new skills

Researchers have developed a technique that enables a robot to learn a new pick-and-place task with only a handful of human demonstrations. This could allow a human to reprogram a robot to grasp never-before-seen objects, presented in random poses, in about 15 minutes.

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.com Leaked Pixel Watch Images Appear to Show Googles New Smartwatch - CNET (Macy Meyer/CNET News)

Macy Meyer / CNET NewsLeaked Pixel Watch Images Appear to Show Googles New Smartwatch - CNET - The images line up with previous rumors about the Pixel Watch. ...

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22:23 AzoNano.com The Global Scope of Cellulose Nanofiber Research Revealed

Due to its remarkable mechanical and physical properties, cellulose nanofibers (CNFs) have gained prominence in a variety of sectors in recent years. A study published in the journal Materials...

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21:53 AzoNano.com Novel Nanocomposite-Based PENG Displays Superior Wearability

An article published recently in the journal Materials Today: Proceedings sheds light on the fabrication of pliable piezoelectric nanogenerators (PENGs) made from a combination of polyvinyl fluoride...

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21:53 AzoNano.com Platform Sheds Light on Nanocrystal Applications, Boosting Quantum Tech Relevancy

A study published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials reports a scalable platform developed by a combination of microtomy and vapor-liquid-solid growth of III/V nanowires (NWs). The platform...

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21:43 AzoNano.com Reshaping Nanomaterials Synthesis for Bone Tissue Engineering

With the growing demand for new applications in tissue regeneration, the functionalization of melt electrowritten scaffolds has gained the attention of researchers in recent years to fulfill the needs...

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21:14 9to5mac.com Anker’s new Nano II 100W GaN charger is 30% smaller than Apple’s 96W adapter, now available

After being first revealed back at CES, Anker’s latest addition to its stable of chargers is finally available. Enter the new Nano II 100W, a USB-C power adapter centered around the brand’s GaN II charging technology. Sporting a three-port design with an ultra-compact build, it’s 30% smaller than Apple’s comparative wall adapter and is . more… The post Anker’s new Nano II 100W GaN charger is 30% smaller than Apple’s 96W adapter, now available appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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20:13 Phys.org Video: Toilet to tap—How are we able to safely drink water we've flushed?

In areas where water is scarce, reusing wastewater is one way to increase the supply. But to do that safely, water has to undergo lots of cleaning procedures, including some new innovations using edible materials like okra!

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19:50 ScienceDaily.com Using AI to detect cancer from patient data securely

A new way of using artificial intelligence to predict cancer from patient data without putting personal information at risk has been developed. Swarm learning can be used to help computers predict cancer in medical images of patient tissue samples, without releasing the data from hospitals.

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19:33 AzoRobotics.com AI Platform Assists Physicians to Assess the Efficacy of Chemotherapy in Bladder Cancer Treatment

An artificial intelligence (AI)-based platform, developed in multi-institutional collaborative research, enhanced the evaluations of providers regarding whether bladder cancer patients had a total...

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19:23 AzoNano.com NIH Grant to Help Future Medical Professionals Translate Nanotechnology Advances to the Clinic

Nanotechnology is becoming increasingly important in the development of cancer treatments, and clinicians must be able to comprehend it to succeed. Gang Bao. Image Credit: Jeff Fitlow. Rice...

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