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07.10.2021
11:21 Technology.org Common diabetes drug promising against rare childhood brain tumor in laboratory studies

Metformin, a drug commonly prescribed against diabetes, holds promise against a rare type of childhood brain tumor in laboratory studies,

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10:59 Technology.org Detailed analysis of the brain region that controls our movements

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have participated in a large international research project that has identified all cell types

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10:48 Nanowerk.com A colorful, sustainable solution for 3D printing (w/video)

Researchers have developed seaweed-based inks and materials for developing colorful 2-D and 3-D shapes and models.

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10:48 Technology.org LEONARDO, the Bipedal Robot, Can Ride a Skateboard and Walk a Slackline

Researchers at Caltech have built a bipedal robot that combines walking with flying to create a new type

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10:36 Nanowerk.com LEONARDO, the bipedal robot, can ride a skateboard and walk a slackline (w/video)

LEO carves out a new type of locomotion somewhere between walking and flying.

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10:03 Technology.org Non-invasive brain stimulation of the elderly may improve mobility

Tel Aviv University (TAU) researchers have found that non-invasive, gentle brain stimulation in older adults can improve their ability

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09:41 Technology.org Sibling brain structure differences make some more susceptible to severe antisocial behaviour

Structural differences in the area of the brain responsible for decision making could explain why two siblings living

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09:30 Technology.org University of Minnesota Receives NIH Funding to Study Early Child Brain Development

The University of Minnesota has received two grants totaling $26 million from the National Institutes of Health for

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09:19 Technology.org Neuroscientists roll out first comprehensive atlas of brain cells

When you clicked to read this story, a band of cells across the top of your brain sent

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08:35 Technology.org Researchers reach quantum networking milestone in real-world environment

A team from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Stanford University and Purdue University developed

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07:51 World Socialist Web Site Nobel Prize in Physics awarded for pioneering research in climate change and chaos theory

This year’s prize highlights the connection between seemingly random events, such as the weather on a given day, showing they arise from law-governed and knowable underlying processes.

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04:10 RenewEconomy.com.au Gina Rinehart peddles climate denial to students in bizarre video rant

Australia's richest person, Gina Rinehart, uses message to school students to peddle long-discredited claims that global warming is not real. The post Gina Rinehart peddles climate denial to students in bizarre video rant appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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00:14 Phys.org Researchers reach quantum networking milestone in real-world environment

A team from the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Stanford University and Purdue University developed and demonstrated a novel, fully functional quantum local area network, or QLAN, to enable real-time adjustments to information shared with geographically isolated systems at ORNL using entangled photons passing through optical fiber.

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00:11 ScienceDaily.com Common diabetes drug promising against rare childhood brain tumor in laboratory studies

Metformin, a drug commonly prescribed against diabetes, holds promise against a rare type of childhood brain tumor in laboratory studies, an international team of researchers.

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00:11 ScienceDaily.com LEONARDO, the bipedal robot, can ride a skateboard and walk a slackline

LEO carves out a new type of locomotion somewhere between walking and flying.

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00:11 ScienceDaily.com Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene

Under special circumstances, the electrical resistance of a material can adopt a fixed value that is independent from the basic material properties and 'quantized'. This 'quantization' normally occurs within strong magnetic fields at very low temperatures when electrons move in two-dimensions. Now, a research team has succeeded in demonstrating this effect at low temperatures in the almost complete absence of a magnetic field in naturally occurring double-layer graphene, just two atoms thick.

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06.10.2021
23:53 Nanowerk.com Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene

International research team finds atomically-thin carbon generates its own magnetic field.

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23:31 TechInvestorNews.com Intel finally reveals a real image of an Alder Lake CPU, leaving renders behind (TechRadar)

TechRadarIntel finally reveals a real image of an Alder Lake CPU, leaving renders behind - Intels Executive Vice President and Client Computing Group GM Gregory Bryant posted a picture of an engineer holding up two Intel Alder Lake CPU chips on Twitter. After many leaks and renders, Intel has finally revealed the first official image of an Alder Lake processor on Twitter. Executive Vice President ...

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23:17 ScienceDaily.com Neurobiologists identify widely used assembling and stabilizing forces behind brain synapses

Scientists provide promising new evidence that the 'planar cell polarity,' a powerful signaling pathway, is a widely used mechanism for the formation and maintenance of a large number of synapses.

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23:17 NewScientist.Com Flying robot can also ride a skateboard and balance on a rope

A versatile robot inspired by birds can walk, balance on a slackline, skateboard and even fly – a mix of skills that could be useful for monitoring power lines or space exploration

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23:10 Phys.org Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene

Usually, the electrical resistance of a material depends very much on its physical dimensions and fundamental properties. Under special circumstances, however, this resistance can adopt a fixed value that is independent of the basic material properties and "quantised" (meaning that it changes in discrete steps rather than continuously). This quantisation of electrical resistance normally occurs within strong magnetic fields and at very low temperatures when electrons move in a two-dimensional fashion. Now, a research team led by the University of Göttingen has succeeded in demonstrating this effect at low temperatures in the almost complete absence of a magnetic field in naturally occurring double-layer graphene, which is just two atoms thick. The results of the study have been published in Nature.

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22:38 TechInvestorNews.com The best thrillers on Amazon Prime Video right now (Michael Bizzaco/Digital Trends)

Michael Bizzaco / Digital TrendsThe best thrillers on Amazon Prime Video right now - Need a thrill in your life? Amazon Prime Video is the only streaming service you need, thanks to a stellar lineup of the best thrillers that you can stream. ...

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22:38 TechInvestorNews.com The best horror movies on Amazon Prime Video right now (Michael Bizzaco/Digital Trends)

Michael Bizzaco / Digital TrendsThe best horror movies on Amazon Prime Video right now - Whether you want blood and gore, psychological twists, or an old silent classic, one of these horror flicks streaming on Prime Video will satisfy the craving. ...

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22:22 ScientificAmerican.Com An Inventory of All the Brain Cells That Let You Run, Jump and Roll

A project to map the motor cortex used the widest range of tools for probing brain cells ever deployed in a single, coordinated effort -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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21:31 TechInvestorNews.com China Establishes AI Guidelines to Loosen Big Tech’s Grip (Ben Hernandez/ETF Trends)

Ben Hernandez / ETF TrendsChina Establishes AI Guidelines to Loosen Big Tech’s Grip - As China continues its regulatory wrangling of big tech firms like Alibaba and Tencent Holdings, the country developed a set of artificial intelligence (AI) guidelines. China has revealed its first set of ethical guidelines governing artificial intelligence, placing emphasis on protecting user rights and preventing risks in ways that align ...

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21:05 ScienceDaily.com Toxic fatty acids to blame for brain cell death after injury

Cells that normally nourish healthy brain cells called neurons release toxic fatty acids after neurons are damaged, a new study in rodents shows. This phenomenon is likely the driving factor behind most, if not all, diseases that affect brain function, as well as the natural breakdown of brain cells seen in aging, researchers say.

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20:55 ScientificAmerican.Com A Cell Atlas Reveals the Biodiversity inside Our Head

The NIH’s Cell Census delivers on its promise by mapping the cells in the motor cortex -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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20:54 NewScientist.Com EU votes to restrict AI use in law enforcement while UK rolls it out

Legislation working its way through the European Parliament could see a complete ban on the use of artificial intelligence in law enforcement

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.com Best video editing laptops of 2021 (TechRadar)

TechRadarBest video editing laptops of 2021 - We evaluate the top video editing laptops for video enthusiasts on the go, for all budgets. The best laptops for video editing are crucial if youre trying to get any creative work or screen recording done on the road. You cant just get the priciest or most kitted out machine ...

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20:33 Nature.Com The AI that accurately predicts the chances of rain

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20:25 Nanowerk.com Skyrmion research: Braids of nanovortices discovered

Scientists have discovered a new physical phenomenon: complex braided structures made of tiny magnetic vortices known as skyrmions.

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20:02 LiveScience.com Nobel Prize in chemistry given to duo whose method solves 'mirror-image problem' in chemistry

Their solution allows scientists to select the 'chirality' of the molecule they are building

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19:47 ScienceDaily.com Brain cell differences could be key to learning in humans and AI

Researchers have found that variability between brain cells might speed up learning and improve the performance of the brain and future AI.

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19:14 ScienceDaily.com Skyrmion research: Braids of nanovortices discovered

A team of scientists has discovered a new physical phenomenon: complex braided structures made of tiny magnetic vortices known as skyrmions. Skyrmions were first detected experimentally a little over a decade ago and have since been the subject of numerous studies, as well as providing a possible basis for innovative concepts in information processing that offer better performance and lower energy consumption. Furthermore, skyrmions influence the magnetoresistive and thermodynamic properties of a material. The discovery therefore has relevance for both applied and basic research.

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19:06 CNBC technology Hacker breaches Amazon's Twitch video site, exposing future product plans

The hacker exposed details on payments to content creators and an unreleased product from Amazon Game Studios.

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18:55 Phys.org Skyrmion research: Braids of nanovortices discovered

A team of scientists from Germany, Sweden and China has discovered a new physical phenomenon: complex braided structures made of tiny magnetic vortices known as skyrmions. Skyrmions were first detected experimentally a little over a decade ago and have since been the subject of numerous studies, as well as providing a possible basis for innovative concepts in information processing that offer better performance and lower energy consumption. Furthermore, skyrmions influence the magnetoresistive and thermodynamic properties of a material. The discovery therefore has relevance for both applied and basic research.

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18:55 Phys.org Modelling nonequilibrium nanoscale junctions with steady-state density functional theory

NUS scientists have predicted a new type of nonequilibrium effects that could generally exist in nanoscale electronic devices, and successfully explained a recent puzzling experiment using the effects.

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18:55 Phys.org NASA spacecraft takes a picture of Jupiter … from the Moon

You may know the feeling of seeing Jupiter through your own telescope. If it gives you the chills—like it does for me—then you'll know how the team for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter felt when they turned their spacecraft around—yes, the orbiter that's been faithfully circling and looking down at the Moon since 2008—and saw the giant planet Jupiter with their camera. If you zoom in on the picture, you can even see Jupiter's Galilean moons.

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18:53 Physics.Aps.org Viewpoint: Rising Above the Quantum Noise

Author(s): Elisabetta ColliniThe control of molecular-level quantum effects in artificial photosynthetic membranes is a powerful tuning knob for optimizing long-range energy transport, according to a theoretical study. [Physics 14, 140] Published Wed Oct 06, 2021

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18:41 Nature.Com Neuroscientists make strides towards deciphering the human brain

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18:41 Nature.Com Platinum catalysts strained controllably by size-changing nanocubes

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18:41 Nature.Com How the world’s biggest brain maps could transform neuroscience

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18:41 Nature.Com A census of cell types in the brain’s motor cortex

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18:41 Nature.Com Quantum anomalous Hall octet driven by orbital magnetism in bilayer graphene

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18:41 Nature.Com Epigenomic diversity of cortical projection neurons in the mouse brain

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18:41 Nature.Com DNA methylation atlas of the mouse brain at single-cell resolution

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18:34 InsideEVs.com Lucid Air Does Four-Wheel Drifts, Drag Strip Launch In New Video

The Lucid Air test driver's motto seems to be: "Some call it rigorous testing. We call it fun."

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18:11 Phys.org BRAIN Initiative unveils detailed atlas of the mammalian primary motor cortex

The NIH Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative Cell Census Network (BICCN) has unveiled an atlas of cell types and an anatomical neuronal wiring diagram for the mammalian primary motor cortex, derived from detailed studies of mice, monkeys, and humans. This publicly available resource represents the culmination of an international collaborative effort by more than 250 scientists at more than 45 institutions across 3 continents. The atlas provides a foundation for more in-depth study of cell types in the rest of the mammalian brain and may help scientists translate research done in animal models to humans. The findings appear as 17 associated papers published in a dedicated issue of the journal Nature.

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17:37 TechInvestorNews.com Databricks, Qlik, Nvidia show AI is heating up (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsDatabricks, Qlik, Nvidia show AI is heating up - Databricks is announcing its acquisition of 8080 Labs today. This follows Qliks announcement last week that its buying Big Squid, and Domino Data labs announcement yesterday of a $100M Series F funding round, and deepened partnership with Nvidia. AI is working hard to get to the enterprise mainstream. ...

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17:37 LiveScience.com William Shatner 'AI' will chat with you about the 'Star Trek' actor's life

Conversational video technology enables AI-powered back-and-forth between viewers and prerecorded responses.

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17:03 Phys.org My PhD supervisor just won the Nobel prize in physics – here's how his research on complex systems changed science

The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2021 has been jointly awarded to Italy's Giorgio Parisi, Japan's Syukuro Manabe and Germany's Klaus Hasselmann for their "groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex systems".

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17:03 AzoRobotics.com JobKred Introduces New AI-Powered Skills Intelligence Platform

JobKred, a skills intelligence company, announced today the launch of its latest AI-powered platform - Lithium. Lithium provides enhanced visibility and analytics into the skills ecosystem of an...

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16:52 AzoRobotics.com Novel AI-Powered Video Voiceover System Provides Dubbing, Voiceover Solutions for All Languages

Aitranslate.org, a voiceover technology of Wise Tech Holding Inc. in the United States is introducing its highly-anticipated Video Voiceover System powered by artificial intelligence to provide...

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16:41 TechInvestorNews.com D-Wave Announces New Hardware, Compiler, and Plans For Quantum Computing (Slashdot)

SlashdotD-Wave Announces New Hardware, Compiler, and Plans For Quantum Computing - On Tuesday, D-Wave released its roadmap for upcoming processors and software for its quantum annealers. The company is also announcing that its going to be developing its own gate-based hardware, which it will offer in parallel with the quantum annealer. Ars Technicas John Timmer talked with company CEO Alan Baratz ...

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16:40 Phys.org Virtual reality may help us develop empathy for oceans and marine life

Hundreds of kilometres from shore, and covering two-thirds of the Earth's surface, the high seas are a world that few of us will ever see. After more than a year in the field, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Urbina concluded: "There are few remaining frontiers on our planet. Perhaps the wildest, and the least understood, are the world's oceans."

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16:40 Phys.org Nobel prize: Why climate modellers deserved the physics award – they've been proved right again and again

This year's Nobel prize in physics has been split between Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi. While Parisi is a theoretical physicist, the other two are climate modellers whose work laid the foundations of our understanding of how carbon dioxide would shape the climate.

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16:18 Google news Health Two Scientists Win Chemistry Nobel For Elegant Tool For Building Molecules - NPR

Two Scientists Win Chemistry Nobel For Elegant Tool For Building Molecules  NPRNobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery  CNNNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Tool to Build Molecules  The New York TimesChemistry Nobel awarded for mirror-image molecules  BBC NewsNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Two Scientists for Work on Molecular Tool  The Wall Street JournalView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:18 Google news Sci/Tech Two Scientists Win Chemistry Nobel For Elegant Tool For Building Molecules - NPR

Two Scientists Win Chemistry Nobel For Elegant Tool For Building Molecules  NPRNobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery  CNNNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Tool to Build Molecules  The New York TimesChemistry Nobel awarded for mirror-image molecules  BBC NewsNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Two Scientists for Work on Molecular Tool  The Wall Street JournalView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:14 ScienceDaily.com Differences in brain structure between siblings make some more susceptible to developing severe antisocial behavior

A new study reveals differences in brain structure between antisocial and non-antisocial members of the same families which could explain why some show violent behavior whilst others do not.

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15:22 Google news Health Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery - CNN

Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery  CNNNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Tool to Build Molecules  The New York TimesChemistry Nobel awarded for mirror-image molecules  BBC NewsNobel Prize in chemistry awarded to duo who made a tool to build molecules in an environmentally-friendly way  The Washington PostNobel chemistry prize goes to duo who developed a tool for molecule building  ReutersView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:22 Google news Sci/Tech Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery - CNN

Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'simple' yet 'ingenious' discovery  CNNNobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Tool to Build Molecules  The New York TimesChemistry Nobel awarded for mirror-image molecules  BBC NewsNobel Prize in chemistry awarded to duo who made a tool to build molecules in an environmentally-friendly way  The Washington PostNobel chemistry prize goes to duo who developed a tool for molecule building  ReutersView Full Coverage on Google News

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14:34 News24 World News24.com | WATCH | Scientists who created tools to build molecules win Chemistry Nobel

German Benjamin List and Scottish-born David MacMillan won the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for developing new tools for building molecules that have helped make new drugs and are more environmentally friendly.

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14:00 Phys.org Scientist looks to AI, lensing to find masses of free-floating planets

Exoplanet hunters have found thousands of planets, most orbiting close to their host stars, but relatively few alien worlds have been detected that float freely through the galaxy as so-called rogue planets, not bound to any star. Many astronomers believe that these planets are more common than we know, but that our planet-finding techniques haven't been up to the task of locating them.

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13:27 Nanowerk.com Blockchain technology could provide secure communications for robot teams

The transaction-based communications system ensures robot teams achieve their goal even if some robots are hacked.

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13:13 NewYork Times Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Scientists for Creating a Tool to Build Molecules

Benjamin List and David W.C. MacMillan were honored for work that may help develop new drugs and that has already reduced the effect of chemistry on the environment.

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13:03 NYT Science Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Scientists for Creating a Tool to Build Molecules

Benjamin List and David W.C. MacMillan were honored for work that may help develop new drugs and that has already helped chemistry have less of an environmental impact.

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11:56 Technology.org Blockchain technology could provide secure communications for robot teams

Imagine a team of autonomous drones equipped with advanced sensing equipment, searching for smoke as they fly high

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11:40 Nature.Com Doctored research images, Arctic sea ice and Germany’s climate policy

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11:32 TechInvestorNews.com Google turns its AI on traffic lights to reduce pollution (Cherlynn Low/Engadget)

Cherlynn Low / EngadgetGoogle turns its AI on traffic lights to reduce pollution - Poorly timed traffic lights dont just waste precious minutes. Like Googles chief sustainability officer Kate Brandt pointed out at a media event yesterday, theyre also bad for the environment and public health. The company unveiled a slew of sustainability-centric products and updates today that aim to help users make more ...

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11:32 Technology.org A robot that finds lost items

A busy commuter is ready to walk out the door, only to realize they’ve misplaced their keys and

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11:21 Technology.org NIH New Innovator Award recipient studying the use of artificial intelligence for paralysis

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is awarding Chethan Pandarinath the 2021 Director’s New Innovator Award, an honor

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11:20 Phys.org Sequencing, mRNA, or maybe nanocrystals? Wide-open field for Nobel Chemistry Prize

Breakthroughs in DNA sequencing, innovative gas storage, nanocrystals or a second chance for mRNA Covid-19 vaccines? Speculators on the Nobel Prize in Chemistry are spoiled for choice ahead of the announcement on Wednesday.

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10:15 Technology.org Fighting cancer with heat! Biocompatible thin film to make thermotherapy more common – Research video

Biocompatible thin film to make thermotherapy more common. Tokyo Tech researchers have developed a small, flexible thin film

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07:29 News-Medical.Net Researchers solve 3D structure of supramolecular protein nanoparticle using cryo-electron microscopy

Nanoparticles and nanocages are attractive materials that may be applied in color agents, catalysts, and drug delivery. For real-world use, it is necessary to produce a large number of nanoparticles of uniform size and shape, but thus far, nanoparticle formation methods using metals have been widely researched, and the formation of nanoparticles with a certain shape and size have been realized.

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04:26 ScienceDaily.com New way to image whole organisms in 3D brings key skin color pigment into focus

To understand the biological underpinnings of skin and hair pigmentation and related diseases such as albinism or melanoma, scientists and doctors need quantitative, three-dimensional information about the architecture, content and location of pigment cells. Researchers have developed a new technique that allows scientists to visualize every cell containing melanin pigment in 3D, in whole zebrafish.

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04:26 ScienceDaily.com Blockchain technology could provide secure communications for robot teams

The use of blockchain technology as a communication tool for a team of robots could provide security and safeguard against deception, according to a new study. The research may also have applications in cities where multirobot systems of self-driving cars are delivering goods and moving people across town.

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04:06 News-Medical.Net Automated system based on AI helps rule out cancer in women with dense breasts

An automated system that uses artificial intelligence (AI) can quickly and accurately sift through breast MRIs in women with dense breasts to eliminate those without cancer, freeing up radiologists to focus on more complex cases, according to a study published in Radiology.

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01:43 ScienceDaily.com New study uncovers brain circuits that control fear responses

Researchers have discovered a brain mechanism that enables mice to override their instincts based on previous experience.

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05.10.2021
23:39 TechInvestorNews.com Brightcove announces new video features allowing companies to build their own Netflix or Hulu (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsBrightcove announces new video features allowing companies to build their own Netflix or Hulu - Brightcove CorpTV allows enterprises to build content streaming channels for their customers and employees while the Brightcove Marketing Studio provides a centralized video management system to marketers. ...

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23:16 RFI.fr Physics Nobel: deciphering climate disorder to better predict it

The Nobel Prize in Physics has gone to three scientists who sought to predict the long-term evolution of a complex system such as the climate by modelling variables -- weather, human actions -- that create disorder within those systems. What is the link between the modelling of global warming, which earned Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann half the prize, and the work of the third winner, Giorgio Parisi, who focused on the underlying disorder of matter? All three study complex systems: large-scale climate or the behaviour of certain materials at an infinitely small scale. From the erratic fluctuations within these systems, the three physicists succeeded in teasing out simpler behaviours and reliable predictions. "We recognised that emerging phenomena sometimes require us to look at all the individual complicated physical mechanisms and knit them together to make a prediction," said Nobel Physics Committee member John Wettlaufer, on hand when the awards were announced in Stockholm on

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22:55 Phys.org Physics Nobel: deciphering climate disorder to better predict it

The Nobel Prize in Physics has gone to three scientists who sought to predict the long-term evolution of a complex system such as the climate by modelling variables—weather, human actions—that create disorder within those systems.

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.com Chrome’s New Tab Page To Soon Show Google Photos Memories (Sagar Naresh/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Sagar Naresh / AndroidHeadlines.comChrome’s New Tab Page To Soon Show Google Photos Memories - Google has been continuously adding new features to Chromes new tab page. Recently, this new tab page feature received Drive file shortcuts, and now, the company will soon add Google Photos Memories when opening a new tab. In order to enhance the usefulness and let you go through your glorious ...

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.com How to turn off subtitles on Amazon Prime Video (Tyler Lacoma/Digital Trends)

Tyler Lacoma / Digital TrendsHow to turn off subtitles on Amazon Prime Video - Do subtitles keep popping up when you are using Amazon Prime Video? Its an annoying problem, but you can quickly turn them back off again: Heres how to do it! ...

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22:07 ScienceDaily.com A robot that finds lost items

Researchers developed a fully-integrated robotic arm that fuses visual data from a camera and radio frequency (RF) information from an antenna to find and retrieve object, even when they are buried under a pile and fully out of view.

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21:37 TechInvestorNews.com Why 34,000 Amazon customers love this $150 robot vacuum (Briley Kenney/Digital Trends)

Briley Kenney / Digital TrendsWhy 34,000 Amazon customers love this $150 robot vacuum - Robot vacuums are hit or miss. But the eufy by Anker BoostIQ RoboVac 11S Slim is loved by over 34,000 Amazon customers. Heres why. ...

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21:37 Phys.org New way to image whole organisms in 3D brings key skin color pigment into focus

To understand the biological underpinnings of skin and hair pigmentation and related diseases such as albinism or melanoma, scientists and doctors need quantitative, three-dimensional information about the architecture, content and location of pigment cells. Penn State College of Medicine researchers have developed a new technique that allows scientists to visualize every cell containing melanin pigment in 3D in whole zebrafish.

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21:01 News24 World News24.com | Trio win Nobel Prize in physics for climate discoveries

Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi share prize for climate models, understanding of physical systems.

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18:58 Phys.org 3D structure of artificially designed protein nanoparticle TIP60 elucidated by cryo-electron microscopy

Nanoparticles and nanocages are attractive materials that may be applied in color agents, catalysts, and drug delivery. For real-world use, it is necessary to produce a large number of nanoparticles of uniform size and shape, but thus far, nanoparticle formation methods using metals have been widely researched, and the formation of nanoparticles with a certain shape and size have been realized. However, it is not easy to create a group of uniform nanoparticles with the same structure at the atomic level.

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18:56 Physics.Aps.org Synopsis: Images Captured of Colliding Microjets

Author(s): Katherine WrightResearchers have successfully imaged the collision of a pair of micrometer-wide jets made of tin particles. [Physics 14, s121] Published Tue Oct 05, 2021

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18:47 LiveScience.com Nobel prize in physics goes to trio whose research alerted the world to climate change

Their work gave us crucial insights into how complex systems behave.

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18:13 CNBC top news Nobel Prize-winning economist: The world of long work hours is ripe for a revolution

As the pandemic began, many doubted work culture was ready to embrace remote. The obsession with long work hours is another job idea that needs to be upended.

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18:09 ScienceDaily.com Ketone supplement might be a novel therapeutic for boosting brain function in obesity

New research has shown that ketone supplements may be a novel therapeutic strategy for protecting and improving brain health in people with obesity.

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17:40 TechInvestorNews.com Alphabet’s DeepMind A.I. lab turns a profit for the first time ever (CNBC: Technology)

CNBC: TechnologyAlphabet’s DeepMind A.I. lab turns a profit for the first time ever - DeepMind, one of the worlds top artificial intelligence labs, has turned a profit for the first time, according to a filing with the U.K. company registry. ...

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17:40 Nanowerk.com 3D structure of artificially designed protein nanoparticle TIP60 elucidated by cryo-electron microscopy

The structure of a soccer-ball-shaped self-assembling supramolecular protein nanoparticle, TIP60, was elucidated by cryo-electron microscopy, with promising functionality modification potential for application in nanomaterials and nanobiotechnology.

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17:40 Technology.org NASA Spacecraft Takes a Picture of Jupiter – From the Moon

You know the feeling …. seeing Jupiter through your own telescope. If it gives you the chills —

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16:29 Euronews.Net Nobel Prize in Physics: Two Europeans among winning trio for work on 'climate & physical systems'

It comes 100 years since the same award was given to Albert Einstein

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16:27 NewScientist.Com Physics Nobel awarded for work on chaotic systems such as the climate

This year's winners of the Nobel prize for physics are Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi

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16:15 ScientificAmerican.Com Physics Nobel Honors Breakthroughs in Understanding Climate and Other Complex Systems

Half the award goes to Giorgio Parisi for his studies of disorder and chaos; the remainder is shared between Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann for modeling of global warming and climate variability -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:22 CNBC technology Alphabet’s DeepMind A.I. lab turns a profit for the first time ever

DeepMind, one of the world's top artificial intelligence labs, has turned a profit for the first time, according to a filing with the U.K. company registry.

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14:56 Nature.Com Climate modellers and theorist of complex systems share physics Nobel

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