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18.01.2022
14:36 Technology.org Nanotherapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes

Individuals living with Type 1 diabetes must carefully follow prescribed insulin regimens every day, receiving injections of the

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13:51 Technology.org AI analyzes tweets debating vaccination and climate change

Few topics divide opinions as much as COVID-19 control measures, including vaccinations. Myths, conspiracy theories, lies and misinformation

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13:06 AzoRobotics.com New Machine Learning Tool that Examines Brain MRIs

Good brain health is often a good indicator of chronological age. Today’s convolutional neural networks (CNN) are able to accurately predict a healthy patient’s age from structural MRI...

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12:09 Phys.org Images reveal devastation in tsunami-hit Tonga

A volcano that exploded on the Pacific island nation of Tonga has almost disappeared from view, new images revealed Tuesday, with swathes of the island nation smothered in grey ash and dust or damaged by a tsunami.

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10:39 Nanowerk.com Mini electricity generator from quantum dots

Researchers are planning to create a quantum heat engine that operates at room temperature by using graphene nanoribbons.

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02:04 Technology.org Physics’ greatest mystery: Michio Kaku explains the God Equation (Video)

Our greatest minds have always strived to create one greatest theory “to rule them all”, or in other

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17.01.2022
21:30 Nanowerk.com Nanocarrier therapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes

Researchers have opened new paths to islet transplantation by using nanoparticles to deliver immunosuppressive drug regimen.

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21:25 NewScientist.Com Unknown voices spark more brain activity in sleep than familiar ones

Unfamiliar voices seem to put the sleeping brain on alert in a way that familiar voices don’t

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20:55 AzoNano.com Novel Nanotherapeutic Drug Prevents Liver Metastasis

UT Southwestern Medical Center physicians have come up with an innovative nanotherapeutic drug that has the ability to prevent cancer from spreading to the liver in mice. Andrew Wang MD, Professor...

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20:44 InsideEVs.com Check New Photos Of Tesla Semi's Megachargers: The Plug Is Big

The plug appears different - unsurprisingly - than Tesla's proprietary connector on Tesla's cars in North America.

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20:38 ScienceDaily.com Nanotherapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes

Individuals living with Type 1 diabetes must carefully follow prescribed insulin regimens every day, receiving injections of the hormone via syringe, insulin pump or some other device. And without viable long-term treatments, this course of treatment is a lifelong sentence. Now a team of researchers has discovered a better way.

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20:19 Google news Health ‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says US philosopher - The Guardian

‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says US philosopher  The GuardianView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:19 Google news Sci/Tech ‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says US philosopher - The Guardian

‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says US philosopher  The GuardianView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:51 SingularityHub.Com Sensor-Packed ‘Electronic Skin’ Controls Robots With Haptic Feedback

Being able to beam yourself into a robotic body has all kinds of applications, from the practical to the fanciful. Existing interfaces that could make this possible tend to be bulky, but a wireless electronic skin made by Chinese researchers promises far more natural control. While intelligent robots may one day be able to match […]

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com IP Telecom strikes deal with Nokia to defend against quantum cyber attacks (Totaltele/Total Telecom)

Totaltele / Total TelecomIP Telecom strikes deal with Nokia to defend against quantum cyber attacks - Today, Nokia has announced it has struck a deal with IP Telecom to expand the latters data centre cloud connectivity infrastructure to metro areas in Portugal. The deal will see Nokia build an encrypted optical data centre interconnect (DCI) solution, including upgrades to multiple 100Gbps and 200Gbps wavelengths. In future, ...

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19:08 Phys.org Nanotherapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes

Individuals living with Type 1 diabetes must carefully follow prescribed insulin regimens every day, receiving injections of the hormone via syringe, insulin pump or some other device. And without viable long-term treatments, this course of treatment is a lifelong sentence.

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18:57 Phys.org Image: Rolling stones on Mars

There's more to this image of Mars than first meets the eye: nestled in the detail of the cliff face that cuts through this scene are signs of geology in motion. Zooming in reveals several boulders that have fallen from the cliff edge, leaving small dimples in the soft material as they tumbled down-slope.

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18:23 AzoNano.com Single-Dose SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Possible with Nanotechnology

The different variants of the severe acute respiratory coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection, and the mutations which have decreased the efficacy of vaccines, have triggered the release of research...

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18:11 AzoNano.com Surface Modification and Size Contribute to Nanoplastic Toxicity

Plastic pollution has become an increasing concern with microplastic and nanoplastic contamination in food being a risk for human health. A novel study has investigated the effect of these particles,...

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17:48 AzoNano.com Eco-Friendly Production of Nanoparticles Utilizes Gelucire®

In a study published recently in the Journal Materials Chemistry and Physics, the economical and cost-effective one-pot manufacturing of AgAu nanohybrids via ultraviolet light without the usage of...

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17:36 Phys.org Superabsorption unlocks key to next-generation quantum batteries

Researchers at the University of Adelaide and their overseas partners have taken a key step in making quantum batteries a reality. They have successfully proved the concept of superabsorption, a crucial idea underpinning quantum batteries.

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17:36 Phys.org Arase satellite uncovers coupling between plasma waves and charged particles in Geospace

In a new study published in Physical Review Letters, researchers from Japan show that high-frequency plasma waves in the geospace can generate low-frequency plasma waves through wave-particle interactions by heating up low-energy ions, unveiling a new energy transfer pathway in collisionless plasma.

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16:39 AzoNano.com Size of Pd Nanoparticles Influence Sensitivity to H2 in Gas Sensors

In a study published in the Journal of Alloys and Compounds, to investigate the influence of size and morphological characteristics of Palladium (Pd) nanoscale crystals on the performance...

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16:39 AzoNano.com Evolution Dynamics in Gas-Phase Produced Binary Nanoparticles is Revealed

In a study published in the journal ACS Nano, the use of electron (e-) beam assisted rapid localized heating and cooling inside a transmission electron microscope to investigate the stage evolution...

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16:39 Technology.org Superabsorption demonstrated – quantum batteries are possible

Quantum batteries are called that because they take advantage of quantum mechanical principles. They could be quite weird

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16:16 AzoNano.com Simple, Electrospun Synthesis of Nanofiber Membrane in PSCs

Using the proper aspect ratios, 1D flexible perovskite nanorods or nanowires may decrease crystalline surface defects and ultimately improve the performance of devices. In a study recently...

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16:04 Technology.org Superabsorption demonstrated – quantum batteries are possible

Quantum batteries are called that because they take advantage of quantum mechanical principles. They could be quite weird

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16:04 Phys.org The quantum field theory on which the everyday world supervenes

The laws of physics underlying everyday life are, at one level of description, completely known, and can be summarized in a single elegant—if quite complex—equation. That's the claim physicist Sean Carroll, an SFI Fractal Faculty member and External Professor, makes in a recent paper.

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16:04 Phys.org Video: Are there rainbows on Mars? A NASA expert explains

Are there rainbows on Mars? Sadly, no.

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15:07 Technology.org A language for Quantum computing

Time crystals. Microwaves. Diamonds. What do these three disparate things have in common? Quantum computing. Unlike traditional computers

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13:23 Technology.org Study reveals link between brain cell development and risk of schizophrenia

Genetic risk factors are known to disrupt brain development in a number of these disorders, but little is

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13:11 Nanowerk.com Nanobubbles provide pathway to build better medical devices

Tiny gas bubbles could help reduce drag in small medical devices, scientists have found. Drag can lead to clogging and damage biological samples, so this discovery could pave the way to more robust devices.

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13:11 Technology.org Study reveals link between brain cell development and risk of schizophrenia

Genetic risk factors are known to disrupt brain development in a number of these disorders, but little is

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12:48 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Lost In Translation?

Artificial intelligence can make medical care personalized, precise, cost-effective, and more effective. However, the real-life applications of Machine

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12:13 Phys.org Researchers use AI to analyze tweets debating vaccination and climate change

Using artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have found that between 2007 and 2016 online sentiments around climate change were uniform, but this was not the case with vaccination.

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09:33 TechInvestorNews.com Top 5 Best Presentation Software in 2022 for Your Explainer Videos (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechTop 5 Best Presentation Software in 2022 for Your Explainer Videos - Connect your business to your customers with these top 5 best presentation software for your explainer videos. ...

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01:10 Technology.org Why Are We Genetically Modifying Humans? The Promise of Epigenetics (Video)

Modern biotechnology already allows us to make corrections in our own genetic code which we inherited from previous

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16.01.2022
20:26 LiveScience.com Huge Tonga underwater volcano eruption captured in stunning satellite video

A powerful underwater volcano eruption in Tonga on Saturday (Jan. 15) was captured as it happened in stunning satellite images.

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17:41 ScienceDaily.com Like our social media feeds, our brains take a little while to update

Our brains are constantly uploading rich visual stimuli. But instead of seeing the latest image in real time, we actually see earlier versions because our brain's refresh time is about 15 seconds. The findings add to a growing body of research about the mechanism behind the 'continuity field,' a function of perception in which our brain merges what we see to give us a sense of visual stability.

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17:41 ScienceDaily.com The free-energy principle explains the brain

The free-energy principle can explain how neural networks are optimized for efficiency, according to new research. This finding will be useful for analyzing impaired brain function in thought disorders as well as for generating optimized neural networks for artificial intelligences.

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17:07 ScienceDaily.com Arase satellite uncovers coupling between plasma waves and charged particles in Geospace

Researchers show that high-frequency plasma waves in the Geospace can generate low-frequency plasma waves through wave-particle interactions by heating up low-energy ions, unveiling a new energy transfer pathway in collisionless plasma.

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15:30 LiveScience.com Rare octopus video shows 'once-in-a-lifetime encounter'

A mesmerizing new video of an elusive blanket octopus swimming above the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia shows a "once-in-a-lifetime encounter."

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13:47 RoboHub.org UN fails to agree on ‘killer robot’ ban as nations pour billions into autonomous weapons research

Sci-fi nightmares of a robot apocalypse aside, autonomous weapons are a very real threat to humanity. An expert on the weapons explains how the emerging arms race could be humanity’s last.

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12:06 Technology.org Astronomers confront massive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way, Sagittarius A*

At the center of the Milky Way is a supermassive black hole 4.3 million times bigger than the

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11:32 Technology.org Large international evaluation shows AI accurately diagnoses prostate cancer

KI researchers have together with international collaborators completed a comprehensive international validation of artificial intelligence (AI) for diagnosing

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10:03 Technology.org Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument creates largest 3D map of the cosmos

The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument has capped off the first seven months of its survey run by creating

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05:22 ScienceDaily.com Creating a reference map to explore the electronic device mimicking brain activity

Just like explorers need maps, scientists require guides to better understand and advance new technology. A neuromorphic device, which can mimic the neural cells in our brain, has lacked such a guideline and created headaches for scientists trying to understand their operational mechanisms. That is until now after a research group created a map that provides rational design guidelines for neuromorphic devices, paving the way for advancements in brain-inspired computers.

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04:26 ScienceDaily.com Risk of schizophrenia linked to brain cell development

Scientists have discovered new links between the breakdown in brain cell development and the risk of schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders.

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15.01.2022
16:05 Technology.org Nanostructures get complex with electron equivalents

Nanoparticles of two different sizes break away from symmetrical designs. Complex crystals that mimic metals—including a structure for

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15:21 LiveScience.com SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket spotted from space before and after epic 105-satellite launch (images)

SpaceX has some nice before-and-after photos to mark the 10th launch of one of its Falcon 9 rockets, thanks to a satisfied customer.

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14:59 Nanowerk.com Superabsorption unlocks key to next generation quantum batteries

Scientists have taken a key step in making quantum batteries a reality. They have successfully proved the concept of superabsorption, a crucial idea underpinning quantum batteries.

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14:02 Technology.org Scientists develop new strategy for brain cancer treatment

Researchers at Virginia Tech’s Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC have developed an encouraging three-pronged approach to treating glioblastoma, an

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13:40 TechInvestorNews.com Nvidias AI-Powered Scaling Makes Old Games Look Better Without a Huge Performance Hit (Slashdot)

SlashdotNvidias AI-Powered Scaling Makes Old Games Look Better Without a Huge Performance Hit - Nvidias latest game-ready driver includes a tool that could let you improve the image quality of games that your graphics card can easily run, alongside optimizations for the new God of War PC port. The Verge reports: The tech is called Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution, or DLDSR, and Nvidia ...

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12:10 Technology.org Effort to measure, preserve quantum entanglement

Rice University physicist Guido Pagano has won a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study quantum

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05:39 ScienceDaily.com Nanostructures get complex with electron equivalents

Complex crystals that mimic metals -- including a structure for which there is no natural equivalent -- can be achieved with a new approach to guiding nanoparticle self-assembly.

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04:45 ScienceDaily.com Heart disease causes early brain dysfunction and can treble key Alzheimer’s protein

Heart disease can directly cause brain dysfunction early on which could lead to dementia and can treble the amount of an Alzheimer's protein in the brain, say scientists.

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04:45 ScienceDaily.com The first AI breast cancer sleuth that shows its work

Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence platform to analyze potentially cancerous lesions in mammography scans to determine if a patient should receive an invasive biopsy. But unlike its many predecessors, the algorithm is interpretable, meaning it shows physicians exactly how it came to its conclusions.

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04:23 ScienceDaily.com AI accurately diagnoses prostate cancer, study shows

Researchers have completed a comprehensive international validation of artificial intelligence (AI) for diagnosing and grading prostate cancer. The study shows that AI systems can identify and grade prostate cancer in tissue samples from different countries equally well as pathologists. The results suggest AI systems are ready to be responsibly introduced as a complementary tool in prostate cancer care, researchers say.

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03:32 TechInvestorNews.com Nvidia’s AI-powered scaling makes old games look better without a huge performance hit ((Mitchell Clark)/The Verge)

(Mitchell Clark) / The VergeNvidia’s AI-powered scaling makes old games look better without a huge performance hit - Nvidia says its AI-powered upscaling is more powerful than regular super-resolution. | Image: Nvidia Nvidias latest game-ready driver includes a tool that could let you improve the image quality of games that your graphics card can easily run, alongside optimizations for the new God of War PC port. The tech ...

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00:01 FightAging.Org Nanowarming of Vitrified Kidneys and Hearts

Long term low temperature storage of living tissue is an active area of research. Cryoprotectant perfusion allows tissues to vitrify on cooling, minimizing ice crystal formation and thus preserving the small scale structure that is vital to tissue function. The challenge of cooling to vitrification is largely the challenge of obtaining good perfusion of cryoprotectant throughout the tissue, something that is much less of an issue for an isolated organ or tissue sample than it is for an entire animal or human. The more significant challenges are those related to the goal of warming vitrified tissue while retaining full function. The near term goal for reversible vitrification is to enable more cost-effective organ donation and transplantation. That organ transplantation is a very expensive, uncertain process, […]

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14.01.2022
23:41 TechInvestorNews.com The 53 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now (Derek Malcolm/Digital Trends)

Derek Malcolm / Digital TrendsThe 53 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now - With a new year comes more movies to watch. Luckily, were here to help sift through the duds with our list of the best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now. ...

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23:41 TechInvestorNews.com Arent Fox Wins Microsoft Sexual Harassment Audit Work Despite Scant Track Record With the Tech Giant (Law.comBruce Lovehttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Bill-Gates-767x633.jpgLegal Services/News/Labor Law/Law Firm Marketing and Business Development/White Collar Crime/Legal Services/Labor and Employment/California/District of C/Law.com)

Law.comBruce Lovehttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Bill-Gates-767x633.jpgLegal Services/News/Labor Law/Law Firm Marketing and Business Development/White Collar Crime/Legal Services/Labor and Employment/California/District of C / Law.comArent Fox Wins Microsoft Sexual Harassment Audit Work Despite Scant Track Record With the Tech Giant - Microsoft revealed in a statement Thursday that it had contracted the firm, saying Arent Fox is experienced in these matters and has not previously been involved in representing Microsoft in employment matters, nor has it done a significant amount of work for the company in the past. ...

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23:41 TechInvestorNews.com AI training: Leverage your tech skills and send your career soaring (TechRepublic)

TechRepublicAI training: Leverage your tech skills and send your career soaring - If you feel like your tech career is a little stalled, all you have to do is build on the skills you already have to move up in data science, game development, IoT, cybersecurity and more. ...

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23:41 Technology.org Why don’t Rocket Engines Melt? (Video)

There’s an inferno inside the rocket engines. Luckily, engineers know how to control it. But spaceships need a

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22:10 CNBC technology Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says

Apple had planned to debut the headset at its developer's event, but issues related to overheating, cameras and software may force a delay, the report said.

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21:53 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Experimental study of the $^{30}\mathrm{Si}(^{3}\mathrm{He},d)^{31}\mathrm{P}$ reaction and thermonuclear reaction rate of $^{30}\mathrm{Si}(p,γ)^{31}\mathrm{P}$

Author(s): D. S. Harrouz, N. de Séréville, P. Adsley, F. Hammache, R. Longland, B. Bastin, T. Faestermann, R. Hertenberger, M. La Cognata, L. Lamia, A. Meyer, S. Palmerini, R. G. Pizzone, S. Romano, A. Tumino, and H.-F. WirthElement abundance anomalies in globular star clusters may be used to understand their history and to identify the nature of the stars responsible for these anomalies. The 30 Si( p , γ ) 31 P thermonuclear rate is a key ingredient in addressing that topic, and a

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21:35 TechInvestorNews.com Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsApple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says - Apple was reportedly planning to debut the headset at its developers conference but is reportedly facing issues with overheating, cameras, and software. ...

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21:19 NewScientist.Com Portable laser scanner creates colour 3D images of surfaces or objects

Lidar uses lasers to create 3D images, but these can be hard to interpret because they are black and white. A new scanner adds cameras to make colour images that could be useful for infrastructure inspection or robot vision

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20:48 Google news Health Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says - CNBC

Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says  CNBCApple (AAPL) AV/VR Headset Risks Being Delayed Until 2023  BloombergApple’s long-in-the-works VR / AR headset may not launch until 2023  The VergeApple mulls delaying AR/VR device amid development hurdles - Bloomberg  Seeking AlphaApple VR/AR headset reportedly overheating, June announcement could be nixed for 2023 debut  9to5MacView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:48 Google news Sci/Tech Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says - CNBC

Apple may delay its virtual reality headset until next year, report says  CNBCApple (AAPL) AV/VR Headset Risks Being Delayed Until 2023  BloombergApple’s long-in-the-works VR / AR headset may not launch until 2023  The VergeApple mulls delaying AR/VR device amid development hurdles - Bloomberg  Seeking AlphaApple VR/AR headset reportedly overheating, June announcement could be nixed for 2023 debut  9to5MacView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:39 PowerMag.com Predict, Optimize, Synchronize, Control: How AI Can Fulfill the Promise of Sustainable Energy Resources and Reshape the Future of Utilities

The world is changing rapidly as technology advances at breakneck speed. From the fourth industrial revolution and virtual reality to 5G and artificial intelligence (AI), our society is on the brink of tremendous technological upheaval. Although many industries evolve alongside innovations, some, such as utilities, have not moved at the same pace. This is in […] The post Predict, Optimize, Synchronize, Control: How AI Can Fulfill the Promise of Sustainable Energy Resources and Reshape the Future of Utilities appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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19:26 Phys.org Examining tiny cells surrounding the smallest blood vessels in the brain

One of the laboratories at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences houses equipment worth many millions of kroners. Few research groups have the resources to buy an electron microscope when conducting scientific research. Using an electron microscope, Professor Mahmood Reza Amiry-Moghaddam and his colleagues can investigate the ultra-small structures in a cell.

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18:58 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Electron scattering on $A=3$ nuclei from quantum Monte Carlo based approaches

Author(s): Lorenzo Andreoli, Joseph Carlson, Alessandro Lovato, Saori Pastore, Noemi Rocco, and R. B. WiringaResponse functions and inclusive cross sections for lepton-nucleus scattering provide a window to aspects of long- and short-range nuclear structure. The authors’ microscopic calculations of electron-nucleus scattering on 3 H and 3 He, using quantum Monte Carlo methods and realistic interactions, quantify the accuracy and range of validity of different factorization schemes and analyze the relevance of relativistic effects. The benchmarking of theoretical approaches to calculating electron-nucleus scattering will enhance experimental

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18:58 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Efficient Experimental Verification of Quantum Gates with Local Operations

Author(s): Rui-Qi Zhang, Zhibo Hou, Jun-Feng Tang, Jiangwei Shang, Huangjun Zhu, Guo-Yong Xiang, Chuan-Feng Li, and Guang-Can GuoA quantum gate verification protocol is experimentally demonstrated for a two-qubit controlled-NOT gate and a three-qubit Toffoli gate, using only local state preparations and measurements. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 020502] Published Fri Jan 14, 2022

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18:27 AzoNano.com Nanocomposite Hydrogel Improves Bone Repair Treatment

Innovative researchers have investigated the potential of incorporating a gelatin methacryloyl hydrogel functionalized with synthetic nanoclay laponite to improve the delivery of osteoblast derived...

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18:23 SingularityHub.Com This Autonomous Delivery Robot Has External Airbags in Case It Hits a Person

Autonomous delivery was already on multiple companies’ research and development agenda before the pandemic, but when people stopped wanting to leave their homes it took on a whole new level of urgency (and potential for profit). Besides the fact that the pandemic doesn’t seem to be subsiding—note the continuous parade of new Greek-letter variants—our habits […]

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18:23 ScienceDaily.com Removing brain cells linked to wakefulness and addiction may lessen symptoms of opioid withdrawal

A study in mice shows that removing chemical messengers in the brain that are involved in both wakefulness and addiction may make withdrawal from opioids easier and help prevent relapse.

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18:15 Phys.org Image: Dedicated satellites to collect solar energy

Sunlight up in Earth orbit is 10 times more intense than down on Earth's surface, so the idea is to fly dedicated satellites to capture solar energy, then beam it down to Earth—and potentially the Moon or other planets further into the future.

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18:03 Phys.org New fluorescent nanovesicles for intracellular biomarker detection

A new work by the Nanomol Group, belonging to the CIBER-BBN network, together with a team from the University of Rome Tor Vergata, presents new nanovesicles capable of crossing biological barriers such as cell membranes, while maintaining their sensing capacity, which makes them attractive probes for intracellular detection of biomarkers.

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17:40 AzoNano.com Advancing Nanogenerators Powered by Water Evaporation

For the evolution of self-powered adaptable wearable electronic equipment, a power source with long-term stability and flexibility is critical as per the latest research published in the Chemical...

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17:16 AzoNano.com Nanobots Could Help Improve ELISA Analysis

A group of researchers utilized magnetic nanorobots (MNRs) as movable immunoassay sensors to allow an approach for automatic and extremely effective ELISA analysis, in an article...

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17:16 LiveScience.com Striking satellite photo captures Mount Vesuvius peering through a hole in the clouds

A satellite image captured by Landsat 8 shows Mount Vesuvius "peering" through an eerily circular hole in the clouds.

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16:53 AzoNano.com Simple Synthesis of Ti3C2 MXene Quantum Dots

According to a recent study published in the journal Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, a group of researchers has successfully developed Ti3C2 MXene quantum dots (Ti3C2 MQDs) treated with nitrogen...

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16:41 AzoNano.com The Role of Nanomaterials in a Bioenergy Fueled Future

Nanomaterials have the potential to improve the efficiency of biomass-based biofuel production as discussed in a review recently published in the journal Materials Letters. ...

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16:39 BBC Health Norfolk brain cancer mother to return home from the US

The family says they will have the "biggest party ever" for Kylie Weatherby, who had twins in May.

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13:58 RoboHub.org Science Magazine robot videos 2021

Did you manage to watch all the holiday robot videos of 2021? If you did but are still hungry for more, I have prepared this compilation of Science Magazine videos featuring robotics research that were released during last year. Enjoy!

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13:42 NewScientist.Com Robot piloted by a ball of algae is powered by photosynthesis

By placing a marimo, a naturally forming ball of algae, inside a plastic shell, researchers have created a robot that can move through water powered only by photosynthesis

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12:49 Nanowerk.com New fluorescent nanovesicles for intracellular biomarker detection

Researchers present new nanovesicles capable of crossing biological barriers such as cell membranes, while maintaining their sensing capacity, which makes them attractive probes for intracellular detection of biomarkers.

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10:43 Nanowerk.com Creating a reference map to explore the electronic device mimicking brain activity

Just like explorers need maps, scientists require guides to better understand and advance new technology. A neuromorphic device has lacked such a guideline and created headaches for scientists trying to understand their operational mechanisms. That is until now after a research group created a map that provides rational design guidelines for neuromorphic devices, paving the way for advancements in brain-inspired computers.

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08:16 Technology.org AI | Dialog Systems Part 3: How to Find Out What the User Needs?

In the first two parts of this technology.org series on Dialog Systems, we presented dialog systems from the

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04:20 ScienceDaily.com Blood markers of brain cell damage higher over short term in COVID-19 patients than in Alzheimer's patients, study finds

Patients hospitalized for COVID-19 had higher levels over the short term of blood proteins known to rise with neurological damage than non-COVID-19 patients diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

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03:39 TechInvestorNews.com The Kirkland-Connected SPAC Didnt Land A Legal Tech Biz. But Dont Call It A Dud (Law.comDan Packelhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/AdobeStock_247566988-767x633.jpgThe Law Firm Disrupted/Legal Services/News/Legal Technology/Private Equity and Venture Capital/Cybersecurity/Legal Services/Law.com)

Law.comDan Packelhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/AdobeStock_247566988-767x633.jpgThe Law Firm Disrupted/Legal Services/News/Legal Technology/Private Equity and Venture Capital/Cybersecurity/Legal Services / Law.comThe Kirkland-Connected SPAC Didnt Land A Legal Tech Biz. But Dont Call It A Dud - The SPAC backed by Jeff Hammes is combining with a cybersecurity tech provider. Two legal veterans describe it as a smart deal. ...

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03:04 News-Medical.Net Study shows AI systems can accurately identify and grade prostate cancer

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have together with international collaborators completed a comprehensive international validation of artificial intelligence (AI) for diagnosing and grading prostate cancer.

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01:38 Technology.org Why do Cats Have Vertical Pupils? (Video)

Look directly into the eyes of a cat. Their pupils are vertical, aren’t they? What is the reason

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00:53 Phys.org Astronomers confront massive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way, Sagittarius A*

At the center of the Milky Way is a supermassive black hole, 4.3 million times bigger than the sun, known as Sagittarius A*. Until recently, it was not clear how much of the matter at the heart of the galaxy was Sagittarius A*. Astronomers measured the velocities of four distant stars around the black hole. The movement of the stars indicates the mass at the galaxy's center is composed almost entirely of matter from Sagittarius A*, leaving little room for stars, other black holes, interstellar dust and gas, or dark matter.

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13.01.2022
23:20 TechnologyReview.com How cloud, AI, and machine learning are shaping the new work order

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” As enterprises embrace the cloud, AI and deep data analytics, existing jobs, and workplaces will go through a fundamental shift. This transformation will shape the present and future of talent. Srikantan Moorthy, executive vice president, Infosys, shares his thoughts on the…

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22:46 Nanowerk.com Have astronomers finally found an exomoon? (w/video)

International researchers have found a new candidate for an exomoon - a moon that orbits planets beyond the realm of our Solar System. If its exomoon status is confirmed, Kepler-1708 b-i - which is 2.6 times larger than Earth - could represent a missing piece in the puzzle to understand the formation and evolution of planetary systems long ago in galaxies far, far away.

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22:46 Nanowerk.com Tuning the bonds of paired quantum particles to create dissipationless flow

A tunable platform made from atomically thin materials may help researchers figure out how to create a robust quantum condensate that can flow without losing energy.

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22:10 Phys.org Tuning the bonds of paired quantum particles to create dissipationless flow

Electrons flowing through power lines and computers inevitably encounter resistance; when they do, they lose some of their energy, which dissipates as heat. That's why laptops get hot after being used for too long and why the server farms that power the cloud require so much air conditioning to keep the machines from overheating. Likewise, any particles carrying energy tend to lose that energy when they flow in a typical environment. There are a few exceptions, which usually occur at very low temperatures when particles form pairs called quantum condensates. This leads to superconductivity, with vanishing electrical resistance, in some metals such as aluminum, and superfluidity in liquified helium, which can then flow without dissipation.

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21:35 TechInvestorNews.com Google Meet Rolls Out Live Translated Captions Supporting Four Languages During Video Calls (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechGoogle Meet Rolls Out Live Translated Captions Supporting Four Languages During Video Calls - Google Meet releases live translated captions during video calls to connect people globally. ...

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