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18.05.2022
20:43 AzoNano.com Feasibility of Lead-Free Perovskite Nanocrystals in Optoelectronic Applications

A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials that demonstrated the feasibility of using novel lead-free perovskite nanocrystals for optoelectronic...

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20:33 TechInvestorNews.com Univ. of Washington and Meta partner on program linking PhD students to AI mentors at tech giant (Kurt Schlosser/GeekWire)

Kurt Schlosser / GeekWireUniv. of Washington and Meta partner on program linking PhD students to AI mentors at tech giant - Meta has accepted a new friend request from the University of Washington. The tech giant is bolstering its relationship with the UWs Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science Engineering to form the Meta AI Mentorship Program, allowing PhD students from that school to collaborate with company researchers. The ...

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20:30 NewScientist.Com Super-sized atoms can be used as a receiver to stream live video

When excited by lasers, a tiny glass container filled with rubidium atoms can act as a receiver for streamed video signals

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20:30 NewScientist.Com AI solves complex physics problems by looking for signs of symmetry

Complicated physics problems are sometimes simpler than they appear, so physicists have made a machine learning model to search for the simplicity

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Teaching physics to AI makes the student a master

Researchers have demonstrated that incorporating known physics into machine learning algorithms can help the inscrutable black boxes attain new levels of transparency and insight into material properties.

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19:50 Nature.Com Exercise spurs the brain to make more mood-boosting hormone

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Get Streamer-Ready Videos With the Logitech Litra Glow for $56 - CNET (Robin Mosley/CNET News)

Robin Mosley / CNET NewsGet Streamer-Ready Videos With the Logitech Litra Glow for $56 - CNET - This light can brighten up all your videos with the touch of a button. ...

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19:10 Nature.Com Giant collision created galaxies devoid of dark matter

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19:10 Nature.Com A trail of dark-matter-free galaxies from a bullet-dwarf collision

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19:10 Nature.Com Direct observation of the dead-cone effect in quantum chromodynamics

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19:10 Nature.Com How galaxies could exist without dark matter

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18:52 News-Medical.Net Study explores lipid nanoparticles against SARS-CoV-2

Researchers assessed the efficiency of lipid nanoparticles against SARS-CoV-2.

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18:43 Phys.org Physicists shine new light on an old quantum optics problem about collective behavior

When atoms interact with each other, they behave as a whole rather than individual entities. That can give rise to synchronized responses to inputs, a phenomenon that, if properly understood and controlled, may prove useful for developing light sources, building sensors that can take ultraprecise measurements, and understanding dissipation in quantum computers.

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18:33 Technology.org AI for a Clean Energy Future: Using Machine Learning for Advanced Fuel Development

Developing the nuclear power systems of the future requires innovative thinking and new approaches to solving complex challenges.

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18:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Controlling long ion strings for quantum simulation and precision measurements

Author(s): Florian Kranzl, Manoj K. Joshi, Christine Maier, Tiff Brydges, Johannes Franke, Rainer Blatt, and Christian F. RoosIn order to better characterize the performance of trapped ion systems and ease the experimental difficulties of addressing individual ions, the authors apply carefully-timed pulse sequences to ion chains up to 51 ions long. These techniques allow them to generate entanglement between all neighboring ion pairs and to quantify and mitigate sources of decoherence in the chains. [Phys. Rev. A 105, 052426] Published Wed May 18, 2022

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17:53 Nanowerk.com Perovskite nanocrystal for memristors for neuromorphic computing.

Researchers have developed an innovative concept for a memristor that can be used in a far wider range of applications than existing memristors.

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17:53 FierceBiotech.com NIH scientists use machine learning AI to narrow down risk factors for long COVID

NIH scientists use machine learning AI to narrow down risk factors for long COVID apark Wed, 05/18/2022 - 10:05

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Energy-efficient AI hardware technology via a brain-inspired stashing system?

Researchers have proposed a novel system inspired by the neuromodulation of the brain, referred to as a 'stashing system,' that requires less energy consumption. Computer scientists have now developed a technology that can efficiently handle mathematical operations for artificial intelligence by imitating the continuous changes in the topology of the neural network according to the situation.

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com How the brain changes during depression treatment

Researchers have shown what happens to the brain when a person receives a depression treatment known as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). rTMS is a depression treatment typically used when other approaches -- such as medications -- haven't been effective for a patient. By stimulating the dorsolateral pre-frontal cortex, rTMS activates several other regions of the brain involved in multiple functions, from managing emotional responses to memory and motor control.

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17:43 AzoRobotics.com Advanced AI-Based Technology Enables Amputees to Move a Robotic Arm with Their Brain

Scientists from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have engineered a more precise, less invasive technology that enables amputees to control a robotic arm using signals from their brain rather...

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Thermodynamic Principle for Quantum Metrology

Author(s): Yaoming Chu and Jianming CaiA system-independent relation quantifying the energetic cost of a measurement is derived for quantum metrological protocols. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 200501] Published Wed May 18, 2022

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17:23 AzoRobotics.com Engineers Aim to Design an ‘Explainable AI’ Approach to Accelerate the Innovation Process

Although over a century has gone by since Thomas Edison built the first electric light bulb, his hallmark method of ‘trial and error’ to realize his mission still remains a huge part of...

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17:14 OffshoreWind.biz Technip Energies Launches Green Hydrogen Production Package – Video

French engineering and technology company, Technip Energies, and its affiliates, Kanfa and Inocean, have […] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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17:10 SingularityHub.Com A 590-Foot-Tall Dam in China Will Be Built Entirely by Robots

As the world rushes to stop burning fossil fuels and implement more renewable sources of power, there’s a lot of hype around solar and wind. While they’re comparatively easier to get up and running, these energy sources don’t have nearly the same output capacity—or consistency—as hydropower. China is investing big in all of the above, […]

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17:10 ScienceDaily.com Scientists see signs of traumatic brain injury in headbutting muskox

Scientists saw for the first time hallmarks of concussions and other head trauma in the brains of deceased headbutting animals -- muskoxen and bighorn sheep. The results may contradict the commonly-held belief that ramming animals do not suffer brain injuries and support the notion that studies on animals with brains evolutionarily similar to those of humans may help researchers understand and reduce traumatic brain injuries.

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16:43 AzoNano.com Researchers Propose New Method to Determine Features of Magnetic Nanoparticles

Magnetic nanostructures are potentially useful medical instruments. They can be directed by external magnetic fields within the body to release medications or kill tumor cells once they have been...

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16:33 TechInvestorNews.com Apple AI’s loss is Google DeepMind’s gain (Philip Elmer-DeWitt/Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWitt)

Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWittApple AI’s loss is Google DeepMind’s gain - From Mark Gurmans Apple Executive Who Left Over Return-to-Office Policy Joins Google AI Unit posted Tuesday evening on the Bloomberg. From Mark Gurmans Apple Executive Who Left Over Return-to-Office Policy Joins Google AI Unit posted Tuesday evening on the Bloomberg: An Apple Inc. executive who left over the companys stringent ...

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16:33 Technology.org Component for brain-inspired computing

Researchers from ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and Empa have developed a new material for an electronic

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16:13 Phys.org Quantum key distribution network accurately measures ground vibration

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in China has found that quantum key distribution (QKD) networks can be used to accurately measure ground vibration. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes their implementation of a twin-field, fiber-based QKD network over a distance of 658 km. They also determined that the network could be used as a means for sensing ground vibrations associated with earthquakes or landslides.

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16:03 Technology.org ‘Socially aware’ robots that can anticipate – and safely avoid – people on the move

A team of researchers led by University of Toronto Professor Tim Barfoot is using a new strategy that allows robots to avoid

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15:43 AzoRobotics.com SMARTECH and RoyOMartin Announce Integration of SMARTECH AI-Based Autonomous Manufacturing Solution

SMARTECH and RoyOMartin announced the successful integration of the SMARTECH AI-based Autonomous Manufacturing Solution (Autonomous MaNEWfacturing™) that was implemented in 2019 at the...

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13:33 Technology.org How to build an ‘explainable AI’ framework to speed up the innovation process

More than a century has passed since Thomas Edison developed the first electric light bulb, yet Edison’s hallmark

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12:33 TechInvestorNews.com Apple’s Ex-AI Exec, Who Disagreed with its Return-to-Work Rules, Heads Back to Google (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechApple’s Ex-AI Exec, Who Disagreed with its Return-to-Work Rules, Heads Back to Google - Apples ex-AI and machine learning exec, who disagreed with its return-to-work policy, is heading back to Google. ...

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11:33 Technology.org Ultra-powerful brain scanners offer hope for Parkinson’s disease patients

Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could be used to help identify those patients with Parkinson’s disease and similar conditions most

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10:34 Nanowerk.com An automated platform for plasma production

Researchers have developed a versatile and automated platform for plasmid design and construction called PlasmidMaker.

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10:34 Technology.org Precursor of spine and brain forms passively

Researchers at ETH Zurich have conducted a detailed study of neurulation – how the neural tube forms during

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10:34 Technology.org Large NWA grant for research into the social impact of quantum secure cryptography

The arrival of quantum computers will have major societal consequences, especially in the field of cybersecurity. A new

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10:25 Nanowerk.com Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction: role of the cross-talk at nano-carbon interfaces

The DECADE project proposes a new photoelectrocatalytic (PEC) approach for the conversion of CO2 avoiding water oxidation as an anodic reaction to overcome the current limits in the PEC system and to maximize effective energy utilization.

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10:15 Nanowerk.com Energy-efficient AI hardware technology via a brain-inspired stashing system

Researchers demonstrate neuromodulation-inspired stashing system for the energy-efficient learning of a spiking neural network using a self-rectifying memristor array.

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09:35 TechInvestorNews.com Apples former machine learning director reportedly joins Googles DeepMind team (Mariella Moon/Engadget)

Mariella Moon / EngadgetApples former machine learning director reportedly joins Googles DeepMind team - An Apple executive who oversaw Apples machine learning and artificial intelligence efforts has left the company in recent weeks, citing its stringent return-to-office policy, according to Bloomberg. Ian Goodfellow is now reportedly joining Googles DeepMind team as an individual contributor, a few years after he left the tech giant for ...

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08:35 TechInvestorNews.com Apples former machine learning director reportedly joins Googles DeepMind team (Mariella Moon/Engadget)

Mariella Moon / EngadgetApples former machine learning director reportedly joins Googles DeepMind team - An Apple executive who oversaw Apples machine learning and artificial intelligence efforts has left the company in recent weeks, citing its stringent return-to-office policy, according to Bloomberg. Ian Goodfellow is now reportedly joining Googles DeepMind team as an individual contributor, a few years after he left the tech giant for ...

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03:34 TechInvestorNews.com Apple Executive Who Left Over Return-to-Office Policy Joins Google AI Unit (Yahoo! Finance: Company News)

Yahoo! Finance: Company NewsApple Executive Who Left Over Return-to-Office Policy Joins Google AI Unit - (Bloomberg) -- An Apple Inc. executive who left over the companys stringent return-to-office policy is joining Alphabet Inc.s DeepMind unit, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Most Read from BloombergOnetime Richest Singapore Tycoon Has Lost 80% of His FortuneMeet the Hedge-Fund Manager Who Warned of Terras $60 Billion ...

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03:04 ScienceMag.org YouTube videos reveal Asian elephants may mourn their dead

Movies give scientists a rare data set to study elusive pachyderms

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02:35 TechInvestorNews.com DeepMind’s Gato: A Step Towards Artificial General Intelligence? (Ben Wodecki/Windows IT Pro)

Ben Wodecki / Windows IT ProDeepMind’s Gato: A Step Towards Artificial General Intelligence? - Most AI systems are taught one or two responsibilities. Googles DeepMind can juggle several. ...

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01:25 Technology.org Can We Put a Supercapacitor In a Bike? (Video)

Electric bikes typically use lithium batteries: energy stored there powers the electric motor. But there is one interesting

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00:05 Phys.org Image: Hubble reveals a river of star formation

This newly revised NASA Hubble Space Telescope image of the Hickson Compact Group 31 (HCG 31) of galaxies highlights streams of star-formation as four dwarf galaxies interact. The bright, distorted clump of young blue-white stars (top-right of center) is NGC 1741. Although it appears to be a single galaxy, NGC 1741 is actually a pair of colliding dwarf galaxies. Another dwarf, cigar-shaped galaxy to the pair's right joins their dance with a thin, blue stream of stars that connects the trio. HGC 31's fourth member is revealed by a stream of young blue stars that point to the galaxy (bottom-left of center) and indicate its interaction with the other three. The bright object in the center of the image is a star situated between Earth and HCG 31.

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17.05.2022
23:35 Phys.org National Zoning Atlas aims to make America's patchwork of codes accessible and comprehensible

Zoning laws, adopted by thousands of local governments across the country, dictate much of what can be built in the United States. Zoning codes have major ramifications for businesses, housing, and quality of life but can be very difficult for non-experts to understand.

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22:15 ExtremeTech.com New Video Offers a Better View of Rocket Lab’s Helicopter-Catching Rocket

Earlier this month, the company succeeded in catching a parachuting rocket with a helicopter, and now it's released a much better video showing how it went down.  The post New Video Offers a Better View of Rocket Lab’s Helicopter-Catching Rocket appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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21:55 Phys.org NASA's InSight lander: The lonely fate of a robot on Mars

Covered in the red dust that sealed its fate, the NASA InSight lander is slowly shutting down, more than 250 million kilometers from home.

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21:55 Phys.org New metasurface-based device creates different images depending on light and environmental conditions

Researchers have developed a new metasurface-based device that can produce multiple distinct holographic images depending on the surrounding medium and the wavelength of light used. The ability to store information that is only retrievable with the right set of keys—such as a certain light wavelength combined with wet conditions—could be further developed to design simple yet effective encryption devices.

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21:22 ScienceDaily.com New silicon nanowires can really take the heat

A research team has demonstrated an ultrathin silicon nanowire that conducts heat 150% more efficiently than conventional materials used in advanced chip technologies. The device could enable smaller, faster, energy-efficient microelectronics.

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20:32 NewScientist.Com Quantum communication system could detect earthquakes

Quantum-encrypted messages sent through cables over long distances are sensitive to tiny vibrations, suggesting a possible by-product of a future secure network

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20:15 Phys.org A new law unchains fusion energy

Physicists at EPFL, within a large European collaboration, have revised one of the fundamental laws that has been foundational to plasma and fusion research for over three decades, even governing the design of megaprojects like ITER. The update shows that we can actually safely use more hydrogen fuel in fusion reactors, and therefore obtain more energy than previously thought.

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20:12 ScienceDaily.com Magnetic nanoparticles in biological vehicles individually characterized for the first time

Magnetic nanostructures are promising tools for medical applications. Incorporated into biological structures, they can be steered via external magnetic fields inside the body to release drugs or to destroy cancer cells. However, until now, only average information on the magnetic properties of those nanoparticles could be obtained, thus limiting their successful implementations in therapies. Now a team has conceived and tested a new method to assess the characteristic parameters of every single magnetic nanoparticle.

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19:52 ScienceDaily.com New guideline refines care for brain bleeds: Compression socks, some meds not effective, study suggests

Several in-hospital treatments and post-discharge therapies for people who have had an intracerebral hemorrhage, or a bleeding stroke, are not as effective as health care professionals once thought. Compression socks or stockings, anti-seizure medicines and steroid treatment are among treatments with uncertain effectiveness. Studies show that minimally invasive surgical procedures may be a useful addition to treating some bleeding strokes.

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19:22 ScienceDaily.com Seeing molecules inside a nanometer-sized 'sardine can'

Researchers have successfully developed a new technique allowing them to observe gas molecules packing into metal-organic frameworks (MOF) using infrared spectroscopy. Their innovation was to measure polarized light absorption of guest molecules in a MOF film to deduce molecule alignment using this common piece of lab equipment. This method is the first to show guest alignment and does so in real-time, while using an accessible and easily adoptable experimental setup.

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19:22 ScienceDaily.com Boost in nerve-growth protein helps explain why running supports brain health

Exercise increases levels of a chemical involved in brain cell growth, which bolsters the release of the 'feel good' hormone dopamine, a new study shows. Dopamine is known to play a key role in movement, motivation, and learning. Experts have long understood that regular running raises dopamine activity in the brain and may protect nerve cells from damage. In addition, past research has tied exercise-driven boosts in the dopamine-triggering chemical called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and in dopamine levels to improvements in learning and memory. However, the precise way these three factors interact has until now remained unclear.

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19:22 ScienceDaily.com Ultra-powerful brain scanners offer hope for treating cognitive symptoms in Parkinson's disease

Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could be used to help identify those patients with Parkinson's disease and similar conditions most likely to benefit from new treatments for previously-untreatable symptoms, say scientists.

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18:54 AzoNano.com Researchers Propose Mechanism to Explain Carbon Nanoparticles in the Terrestrial Environment

Carbon nanostructures seen in circumstellar envelopes surrounding carbon-rich stars could have a chemical origin with soot particles created during fuel combustion. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/...

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18:45 AzoNano.com Researchers Develop Nanobots That Can Assist In Accurate Root Canal Treatments

A new study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Theranautilus, an IISc-incubated firm, indicates that nano-sized robots operated with a magnetic field might help destroy...

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18:35 TechInvestorNews.com You can practice for a job interview with Google AI (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

Jon Fingas / EngadgetYou can practice for a job interview with Google AI - Never mind reading generic guides or practicing with friends Google is betting that algorithms can get you ready for a job interview. The company has launched an Interview Warmup tool that uses AI to help you prepare for interviews across various roles. The site asks typical questions (such as ...

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18:15 Nanowerk.com Magnetic nanoparticles in biological vehicles individually characterized for the first time

Scientists have conceived and tested a new method to assess the characteristic parameters of every single magnetic nanoparticle.

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18:05 Phys.org New silicon nanowires can really take the heat

Scientists have demonstrated a new material that conducts heat 150% more efficiently than conventional materials used in advanced chip technologies. 

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17:54 Phys.org Identification of kick velocity large enough for individual gravitational wave event following binary black hole merger

A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Germany and multiple institutions in the U.S. has identified a kick velocity large enough for an individual gravitational wave event after observing a binary black hole merger—a first. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes their study of the binary black hole merger GW200129_065458 (now called GW200129) and using models to estimate its recoil velocity.

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17:54 Phys.org Magnetic nanoparticles in biological vehicles individually characterized for the first time

Imagine a tiny vehicle with a nanomagnetic structure, which can be steered through the human body via external magnetic fields. Arriving at its destination, the vehicle may release a drug, or heat up cancer cells without affecting healthy tissue. Scientists of different disciplines are working on this vision. A multidisciplinary research group at Universidad del País Vasco, Leioa, Spain, explores the talents of so-called magnetotactic bacteria, which have the surprising property of forming magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles inside their cells. These particles, with diameters of around 50 nanometers (100 times smaller than blood cells), arrange, within the bacterium, into a chain. The Spanish team is pursuing the idea of using such "magnetic bacteria" as magnetic hyperthermia agents to treat cancer: Steered to the cancer site, the magnetic nanostructures are to be heated by external fields in order to burn the cancer cells.

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17:54 Phys.org An intelligent quantum sensor that simultaneously detects the intensity, polarization and wavelength of light

A team of researchers has built an intelligent sensor—the size of about 1/1000 of the cross-section of a human hair—that can simultaneously detect the intensity, polarization and wavelength of light, tapping into the quantum properties of electrons. It's a breakthrough that could help advance the fields of astronomy, health care, and remote sensing.

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17:53 News-Medical.Net Using AI to predict heart attacks

In this interview, we speak to Dr. Damini Dey from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center about their latest research that involved using AI to predict heart attacks.

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17:46 World-Nuclear-News.org In pictures: Refurb of 125-metre cooling tower at Mochovce

Slovenské Elektrárne has released a series of photos of work on a cooling tower at the nuclear power plant which has extended its life to 2060 and enabled an increase in the plant's power output.

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17:44 AzoNano.com Scientists Develop Nanomachines that Use Mechanical Molecular Movements to Kill Cells

Proteins are present in every biological process and utilize mechanical movements to change their shape using energy from the body. Since even the tiniest structural change in a protein has a major...

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17:44 Nanowerk.com New silicon nanowires can really take the heat

A game-changing discovery could speed up computer processors simply by conducting more heat.

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17:03 UniverseToday.Com Merging Supermassive Black Holes Gives us a New Way to Measure the Universe

A team of astronomers from Columbia University has found a new way to probe the depths of merging black holes, which could lead to a new understanding of physics! The post Merging Supermassive Black Holes Gives us a New Way to Measure the Universe appeared first on Universe Today.

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16:45 AzoNano.com Imaging Proteins Through a Carbon Nano-Test Tube

Cryogenic transmission electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is one of the recent methods for obtaining high-resolution images of proteins. However, this technique comes with certain limitations. Researchers...

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16:14 FierceBiotech.com FDA smiles on second cavity-spotting AI in a month with clearance for Overjet’s tech

FDA smiles on second cavity-spotting AI in a month with clearance for Overjet’s tech apark Mon, 05/16/2022 - 15:39

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16:14 AzoRobotics.com Veo to Display FreeMove 3D Safeguarding System for Industrial Robots at Automate 2022

Veo Robotics, the industrial automation company that created FreeMove®, a comprehensive 3D safeguarding system for industrial robots that powers dynamic human-robot collaboration, will be...

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16:14 AzoRobotics.com Dynam.AI Launches Vizlab 1.0A for Data Scientists

Dynam.AI, an artificial intelligence (AI) software development firm with expertise in real-world AI, today announced the limited commercial release of Vizlab™1.0A. This exclusive Alpha program...

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16:04 AzoNano.com Eco-Friendly Synthesis of Functional ZnO Nanoparticles from Papaya

A novel technique to synthesize and characterize zinc oxide-based nanoparticles using papaya leaf extract is presented in the study submitted to the journal Materials Today: Proceedings....

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15:45 AzoNano.com Advancements in AFM Solidify its Use in Nanomaterial Characterization

A team of researchers recently published a paper in the MDPI journal Materials that reviewed recent atomic force microscopy (AFM) investigations of halloysite nanotube (HNT) nanocomposites and HNTs to...

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15:45 Technology.org Nanobiotics: Model predicts how nanoparticles interact with proteins

Nanoengineered drugs that stop harmful bacteria and viruses could be on the horizon. With antibiotic-resistant infections on the

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15:34 TechInvestorNews.com From Foot-Stomping Grapes To Robots, Clos De La Tech Winery Embraces New And Ancient Technology (Liz Thach, MW, Contributor/Forbes Business News)

Liz Thach, MW, Contributor / Forbes Business NewsFrom Foot-Stomping Grapes To Robots, Clos De La Tech Winery Embraces New And Ancient Technology - As the CEO of Silicon Valley based Cypress Semiconductor, T.J. Rodgers made the novel decision of combining ancient winemaking practices, such as foot-stomping of grapes, with cutting edge technologies like drones and robots in the vineyards. Thus Clos de La Tech Winery was born.As the CEO of Silicon Valley based ...

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15:04 Technology.org Nanobiotics: Model predicts how nanoparticles interact with proteins

Nanoengineered drugs that stop harmful bacteria and viruses could be on the horizon. With antibiotic-resistant infections on the

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11:23 Nanowerk.com Antibacterial boron nitride nanosheets for combating drug resistant bacteria

The antibiotic resistance crisis has been ascribed to the overuse and misuse of these medications, as well as a lack of motivation to develop new drugs. In the field of nanotechnology, a variety of innovative materials are being studied to evaluate their potential applications as antimicrobial agents. Recently, researchers have shown that boron nitride nanosheets as a nano-antibacterial agent displays antibiotic-like activities and BN nanosheets were found to show potent antibacterial efficiency in five multidrug resistant bacteria strains.

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10:43 AzoRobotics.com Innovative AI Software for the Detection of Pancreatic Diseases: First-in-human Application Successful

Diseases of the pancreas can have serious consequences for patients and are difficult to diagnose. Early detection is crucial for the patient's chance of survival. In Europe today, more than 90...

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09:53 RoboHub.org Unable to attend #ICRA2022 for accessibility issues? Or just curious to see robots?

We can now offer you a telepresence robot tour of the ICRA 2022 expo hall, competitions and poster sessions, thanks to generous support from our friends at OhmniLabs. OhmniLabs build human-centric robots that elevate quality of life for billions of people worldwide, and they build all the robots right here in Silicon Valley using advanced […]

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03:12 Technology.org How can AI help improve COVID patient care?

Regardless if you think COVID-19 pandemic is over, we need to be prepared to tackle upcoming global health

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01:52 ScienceMag.org Bernard Bigot, head of gigantic ITER fusion project, dies

Observers credit him with reforming the world’s largest science project

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01:03 Technology.org Chain Drive vs Belt Drive vs Shaft Drive in Motorcycles: Which is Better? (Video)

Motorcycles are popular throughout the world. But despite that, not many people know that these two-wheeled motor transport

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00:33 TechInvestorNews.com Red Hat is a bright spot in the dreary IBM picture (Iain Morris/Light Reading)

Iain Morris / Light ReadingRed Hat is a bright spot in the dreary IBM picture - Big Blue stumped up $34 billion for the open-source pioneer back in 2019, but was the huge outlay worth it? ...

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16.05.2022
23:33 TechInvestorNews.com ‘KGF Chapter 2’ Earns $167.6 Million, Film Now Available On Amazon Prime Video Rental For $2.56 (Sweta Kaushal, Contributor/Forbes Business News)

Sweta Kaushal, Contributor / Forbes Business News‘KGF Chapter 2’ Earns $167.6 Million, Film Now Available On Amazon Prime Video Rental For $2.56 - The latest Indian blockbuster film, KGF Chapter 2, is now available online on Amazon Prime Videos movie rental.The latest Indian blockbuster film, KGF Chapter 2, is now available online on Amazon Prime Videos movie rental. ...

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22:50 ScienceDaily.com Scientists provide more than 50K camera trap images for massive study on Amazon wildlife

Scientists working in the vast Amazon Basin have contributed more than 57,000 camera trap images for a new study.

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22:50 ScienceDaily.com Stimulating brain circuits promotes neuron growth in adulthood, improving cognition and mood

Targeting specific brain cells modulated memory retrieval and altered anxiety-like behaviors in mice. Essentially, scientists boosted the electrical activity between cells in the hypothalamus and the hippocampus to create new neurons -- an important process called neurogenesis.

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22:22 UniverseToday.Com Scouring Through old Hubble Images Turned up 1,000 new Asteroids

Researchers have found over 1,700 asteroid trails in archived Hubble data from the last 20 years. While many of the asteroids are previously known, more than 1,000 are not. What good are another 1,000 asteroids? Like all asteroids, they could hold valuable clues to the Solar System’s history. As time passes and more and more … Continue reading "Scouring Through old Hubble Images Turned up 1,000 new Asteroids" The post Scouring Through old Hubble Images Turned up 1,000 new Asteroids appeared first on Universe Today.

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22:03 ExtremeTech.com Event Horizon: A Q&A With the EHT Scientists Who Captured Images of Sagittarius A*

This is the first image of Sgr A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy, with an added black background to fit wider screens. It’s the first direct visual evidence of the presence of this black hole. It was captured by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), an array which linked together eight existing radio observatories across the planet to form a single “Earth-sized” virtual telescope. The telescope is named after the event horizon, the boundary of the black hole beyond which no light can escape.   Although we cannot see the event horizon itself, because it cannot emit light, glowing gas orbiting around the black hole reveals a telltale signature: a dark central region (called a shadow) surrounded by a bright ring-like structure. The new view captures light bent by the

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22:03 Phys.org Nanobiotics: New machine learning model predicts how nanoparticles interact with proteins

With antibiotic-resistant infections on the rise and a continually morphing pandemic virus, it's easy to see why researchers want to be able to design engineered nanoparticles that can shut down these infections.

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22:03 Phys.org Scientists provide more than 57,000 camera trap images for massive study on Amazon wildlife

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) scientists working in the vast Amazon Basin have contributed more than 57,000 camera trap images for a new study published in the journal Ecology by an international team of 120 research institutions.

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21:43 ExtremeTech.com Human Rights Groups Ask Zoom to Scrap Emotion AI

An open letter signed by 28 non-profit groups accuses the technology of being manipulative, discriminatory, rooted in pseudoscience, and a data integrity risk.  The post Human Rights Groups Ask Zoom to Scrap Emotion AI appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:53 Phys.org Tall, dense trees identified as effective weapon against traffic's toxic nanoparticles

Toxic airborne nanoparticles from vehicles on our roads, which enter our bodies and lungs and damage human health, can more effectively be screened out by tall, dense trees than other "green infrastructure," finds a new study from the University of Surrey.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com Precursor of spine and brain forms passively

Researchers have conducted a detailed study of neurulation -- how the neural tube forms during embryonic development. They conclude that this happens less actively than previously thought. This also has implications for understanding defects such as spina bifida.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com CRISPR now possible in cockroaches

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-Cas9 approach to enable gene editing in cockroaches, according to a new study. The simple and efficient technique, named 'direct parental' CRISPR (DIPA-CRISPR), involves the injection of materials into female adults where eggs are developing rather than into the embryos themselves.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com Perception-based nanosensor platform could advance detection of ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer kills 14,000 women in the United States every year. It's the fifth leading cause of cancer death among women, and it's so deadly, in part, because the disease is hard to catch in its early stages. Patients often don't experience symptoms until the cancer has begun to spread, and there aren't any reliable screening tests for early detection.

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20:30 NewScientist.Com Plan to feed phone data of NHS mental health patients to AI mothballed

An AI was designed to predict when people are at risk of having a mental health crisis, based on their health records, but plans to extend the project with mobile phone data seem to have been scrapped

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