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13.01.2022
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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21:11 Phys.org Physicists discover 'secret sauce' behind exotic properties of new quantum material

MIT physicists and colleagues have discovered the "secret sauce" behind some of the exotic properties of a new quantum material that has transfixed physicists due to those properties, which include superconductivity. Although theorists had predicted the reason for the unusual properties of the material, known as a kagome metal, this is the first time that the phenomenon behind those properties has been observed in the laboratory.

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20:48 ExtremeTech.com Elon Musk Shares Video of Enormous Tower That Will Catch Rockets

Musk has tweeted a video of the tower that will eventually launch and catch Starship vehicles. The tower, known as Mechazilla, lives up to its name. The post Elon Musk Shares Video of Enormous Tower That Will Catch Rockets appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:36 Phys.org Human proteins behind COVID-19 infection revealed by innovative CRISPR technology

In the quest for new treatments for COVID-19, a team led by researchers at UC San Francisco has identified a new potential drug target that may block infection by SARS-CoV-2. The protein, called BRD2, regulates the ACE2 receptor, which the novel coronavirus relies on to gain entry to its host's cells. 

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19:57 Physics.Aps.org Synopsis: Dark Energy Survey Hits a Triple

Author(s): Michael SchirberA large galaxy survey releases its three-year observations, providing key cosmological-parameter measurements that have double the precision of those previously released. [Physics 15, s4] Published Thu Jan 13, 2022

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19:56 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmological constraints from galaxy clustering and weak lensing

Author(s): T. M. C. Abbott et al. (DES Collaboration)A large galaxy survey releases its three-year observations, providing key cosmological-parameter measurements that have double the precision of those previously released. [Phys. Rev. D 105, 023520] Published Thu Jan 13, 2022

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19:49 Phys.org A well-known iron-based magnet is also a potential quantum information material

Scientists pursuing better performance in a well-known type of iron-based magnet also discovered wide-gap semiconducting behavior and a quantum state useful for quantum information processing—all in a single low-cost material that has been in existence for decades.

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19:38 TechInvestorNews.com Videos show that Teslas Cyberquad for kids is starting to arrive — and the sold-out toy is selling (gkay@businessinsider.com (Grace Kay)/Insider: Tech)

gkay@businessinsider.com (Grace Kay) / Insider: TechVideos show that Teslas Cyberquad for kids is starting to arrive — and the sold-out toy is selling - After Teslas Cyberquad for kids sold out, resellers on eBay are betting that people are willing to pay as much as $5,000 for the product. The quad bike is made in the same angled style as Teslas highly anticipated Cybertruck. When Tesla first revealed its Cybertruck in 2019, it ...

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19:38 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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19:37 LiveScience.com Largest 3D map of the cosmos could reveal the effects of dark energy

A telescope in Arizona modified to measure the true distance of galaxies has produced the largest three-dimensional map of the universe ever.

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19:22 SingularityHub.Com New Research: Memories May Be Stored in the Connections Between Brain Cells

All memory storage devices, from your brain to the RAM in your computer, store information by changing their physical qualities. Over 130 years ago, pioneering neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal first suggested that the brain stores information by rearranging the connections, or synapses, between neurons. Since then, neuroscientists have attempted to understand the physical changes […]

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19:14 Nanowerk.com Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) creates largest 3d map of the cosmos

DESI has already mapped out more galaxies than all previous 3D surveys combined - and it's just getting started.

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19:03 Nanowerk.com Bioengineered nanoparticles show promise for fibrinogen manufacture

Scientists engineer a nanoparticle polymer that can selectively bind to fibrinogen in human plasma, presenting a pathway for improved drug development.

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19:02 Phys.org Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument creates largest 3D map of the cosmos

The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) has capped off the first seven months of its survey run by smashing through all previous records for three-dimensional galaxy surveys, creating the largest and most detailed map of the universe ever. Yet it's only about 10% of the way through its five-year mission. Once completed, that phenomenally detailed 3D map will yield a better understanding of dark energy, and thereby give physicists and astronomers a better understanding of the past—and future—of the universe. Meanwhile, the impressive technical performance and literally cosmic achievements of the survey thus far are helping scientists reveal the secrets of the most powerful sources of light in the universe.

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18:58 ScienceDaily.com Study may help clinicians use sleep brain wave patterns to diagnose dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment

Researchers have characterized how spindle detection parameter settings influence the association between spindles and cognition, and they identified parameters that best correlate with cognitive performance.

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18:37 AzoNano.com Novel Miniature Nanocrystals Can Be Engineered to Capture Carbon Dioxide Molecules

University of Oregon (UO) chemist Carl Brozek’s lab has managed to create an adaptable kind of tiny porous material termed a metal-organic framework (MOF) into nanocrystals — a form that...

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18:37 AzoRobotics.com Artificial Intelligence Used to Forecast Solar Flux

A deep learning method that had formerly demonstrated favorable performance in forecasting problems was used by scientists from the Department of Computer Systems Engineering at Universidad...

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18:00 Technology.org Gemini South telescope captures image of Chamaeleon Infrared Nebula

The Chamaeleon Infrared Nebula is an outflow of gas that resides in the larger Chamaeleon I dark cloud (one of

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18:00 Technology.org Immuno-CRISPR assay could help diagnose kidney transplant rejection early on

When a patient receives a kidney transplant, doctors carefully monitor them for signs of rejection in several ways,

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17:24 Phys.org Determining the Hamiltonian of quantum systems with far fewer measurements

The number of measurements needed to characterize a system of quantum particles is far fewer than previously thought, a RIKEN physicist and three collaborators have shown. As well as cutting the workload of experimentalists, this finding has important repercussions for verifying emerging quantum technologies such as quantum computing.

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17:12 AzoNano.com Future Fresh Food Packaging with Essential Oil Nano-Emulsions

The latest development, including essential oils for coating food products and their effects on shelf-life, has been reviewed by researchers in Applied Food Research. Study: A...

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16:48 AzoNano.com Sea Urchin-like Nanocrystals Enhance Zinc-Air Batteries

The creation of unique sea urchin-like SmMn2O5/ MnO2 for effective catalysis of the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is the subject of a recent study published in the journal Materials Research...

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16:35 LiveScience.com Shredded 'stellar streams' could lead to the Milky Way's missing dark matter

Astronomers mapped 12 stellar streams, which could lead to the Milky Way's missing dark matter.

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16:23 AzoNano.com Zinc Exposure in Mussels Emphasizes Importance of Marine Nanotoxicology

The effect of zinc anions and nanoparticle (Zn NP) exposure on the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis was written in the journal Science of The Total Environment to explore the...

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16:11 Phys.org Toward superior nanoscale sensing and imaging with optimized diamond probes

From the discovery of microorganisms in the field of biology to imaging atoms in the field of physics, microscopic imaging has improved our understanding of the world and has been responsible for many scientific advances. Now, with the advent of spintronics and miniature magnetic devices, there is a growing need for imaging at nanometer scales to detect quantum properties of matter, such as electron spins, magnetic domain structure in ferromagnets, and magnetic vortices in superconductors.

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16:11 AzoRobotics.com AI-Based Cancer Detection System Receives FDA Clearance

Last few days of our annual market report sale! Buy now. In December 2021, Koios Medical, a fast-growing medical device software developer, received FDA clearance for Koios DS, an artificial...

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16:11 AzoRobotics.com NEXT-SYSTEM Implements AI Pose Estimation Engine into “IETORE” App

NEXT-SYSTEM implemented their independently developed AI pose estimation engine "VisionPose" into their App "IETORE", and with this shows how the AI engine can be utilized in...

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14:03 Technology.org New weapon against the antibiotic-​resistant bacteria: Artificial Intelligence

To many of us antibiotic-​resistant bacteria seems like a problem in the distant future. However, it is very

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13:37 News-Medical.Net Nanovaccines and their immunomodulatory effect against human viruses

A review ]presented the primary progress of nanovaccines against the main viral illnesses.

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13:05 Technology.org Study: BPA exposure of the placenta could affect fetal brain development

University of Missouri scientists examine how the transfer of bisphenol A (BPA) from mother to child could affect

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12:53 Technology.org New insight into the internal structure of the proton provided by CERN’s Atlas Experiment

During the Lepton Photon Conference this week, the ATLAS collaboration presented a new paper that describes how partons

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12:42 Nanowerk.com Twelve for dinner: The Milky Way's feeding habits shine a light on dark matter

Astronomers are one step closer to revealing the properties of dark matter enveloping our Milky Way galaxy, thanks to a new map of twelve streams of stars orbiting within our galactic halo.

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12:30 Technology.org New nanocrystals put a tiny twist on useful materials

A new kind of tiny particle is a big deal in UO chemist Carl Brozek’s lab. He and

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12:07 Technology.org Researchers identify link that plays a role in regulating neuropsychiatric brain disorders

Florida State University researchers have identified a link between two key parts of the brain that play significant

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12:07 AzoRobotics.com Brain Corp Launches Mobile App to Provide Operators & Managers with Remote Access to Autonomous Robot Fleets

Brain Corp, an artificial intelligence (AI) company creating transformative core technology in robotics, today announced the launch of BrainOS® Mobile, a mobile application connecting...

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11:32 Nanowerk.com Towards superior nanoscale sensing and imaging with optimized diamond probes

Researchers propose an alternate fabrication method for diamond probes with greater control over probe shape, higher sensitivity, and broader applications.

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11:09 Technology.org Like our social media feeds, our brains take a little while to update

Like our social media feeds, our brains are constantly uploading rich, visual stimuli. But instead of seeing the

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09:37 TechInvestorNews.com 7 new movies and TV shows to watch in the UAE on Netflix, Prime Video and OSN (TechRadar)

TechRadar7 new movies and TV shows to watch in the UAE on Netflix, Prime Video and OSN - From returning dramas to poignant documentaries, theres plenty to watch this weekend. Were already into the second week of 2022 and there are some good shows and movies to watch this week- starting with the return of Scream on the big screen. Theres also Heavenly Bites: Mexico on Netflix and ...

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08:02 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Weyl points in multiterminal hybrid superconductor-semiconductor nanowire devices

Author(s): E. V. Repin and Y. V. NazarovThe technology of superconductor-semiconductor nanowire devices has matured in the last years in the course of Majorana research. This makes it feasible to design more complex and sophisticated devices. The authors investigate multiterminal superconductor-semiconductor wires to probe the feasibility of another topological phenomenon, namely, Weyl singularities in their Andreev spectrum. They discover an abundance of Weyl singularities for devices with intermediate spacing between the electrodes. [Phys. Rev. B 105, L041405] Published Wed Jan 12, 2022

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05:32 TechInvestorNews.com Google Translate: How to Scan and Translate Photos (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechGoogle Translate: How to Scan and Translate Photos - If you have photos with a foreign language in them, you can use Google Translate to change them to a language you prefer. ...

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04:10 ScienceDaily.com Nature helps us cope with body image ‘threats’

A new study has found that being in nature helps people deal with negative body image by removing some of the triggers of body image anxiety, such as the focus on social media, and strengthening coping mechanisms to keep negative feelings in perspective.

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03:37 ScienceDaily.com BPA exposure of the placenta could affect fetal brain development

Scientists demonstrate the direct transmission of bisphenol A (BPA) from a mother to her developing child via the placenta could negatively impact fetal brain development.

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12.01.2022
21:08 Technology.org Black Hole Devours a Star Decades Ago, Goes Unnoticed Until Now

Every galaxy, including our own Milky Way, has at its center a massive black hole whose gravity influences

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20:13 NewScientist.Com AI makes it possible to simulate 25 billion water molecules at once

Computer simulations of clouds of atoms and molecules must always trade scale for accuracy, but a new technique shows that both are possible at once using AI and clever coding

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19:41 Phys.org Scientists expand CRISPR-Cas9 genetic inheritance control in mammals

Nearly three years ago University of California San Diego researchers announced the world's first CRISPR-Cas9 genetic editing-based approach to controlling inheritance in mammals.

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19:12 ScienceDaily.com Images of enzyme provide insights into cause of hereditary neurological disease

Researchers have produced the first molecular images of an enzyme that controls proteins to signal and communicate with each other in human cells. The discovery could help to solve the mystery cause of a rare group of hereditary neurodegenerative diseases linked to deregulation of this enzyme.

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19:05 Technology.org Weight loss may repair the brain after stroke in diabetes

People with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of stroke and slower recovery from it. Now, researchers

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18:48 ScienceDaily.com How much do students learn when they double the speed of their class videos?

A new study shows that students retain information quite well when watching lectures at up to twice their actual speed. With 85% of college students surveyed as part of the study reporting they "speed-watched" lecture videos, the researchers engaged students in a series of experiments to test how faster speeds affected learning. Recorded lectures have become a routine part of course instruction during COVID-19.

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18:48 ScienceDaily.com Black hole at center of Milky Way unpredictable and chaotic

Researchers have found that the black hole at the center of our galaxy, Sagittarius A*, not only flares irregularly from day to day but also in the long term.

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18:40 Technology.org AI offers a faster way to predict antibiotic resistance

A study under co-​leadership of the ETH Zurich has shown that computer algorithms can determine antimicrobial resistance of

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18:16 Nanowerk.com Making MOFs into nanoparticles puts a tiny twist on useful materials

These MOF nanoparticles, made of iron triazolate, are adaptable: they behave differently at different sizes and even at different temperatures.

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18:04 Nanowerk.com Building a silicon quantum computer chip atom by atom (w/video)

Researchers have perfected a technique for embedding single atoms in a silicon wafer one-by-one. Their technology offers the potential to make quantum computers using the same methods that have given us cheap and reliable conventional devices containing billions of transistors.

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17:40 AzoNano.com Researchers Create Nanobombs Capable of Attacking Only the Cancer Cells

Bioinspired by tunicates and mussels, a Korean research team has created a “bomb-like” anticancer therapeutic agent that only destroys cancer cells. Schematic diagram of the mechanism of...

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17:40 TechInvestorNews.com Microsoft Teardown Video Shows Off Easily Repairable Surface Laptop SE (Ryan Whitwam/ExtremeTech)

Ryan Whitwam / ExtremeTechMicrosoft Teardown Video Shows Off Easily Repairable Surface Laptop SE - Unlike some past Microsoft devices, the Surface Laptop SE is designed to be easily repairable. It has even posted a teardown video showing how repair-friendly the laptop is. The post Microsoft Teardown Video Shows Off Easily Repairable Surface Laptop SE appeared first on ExtremeTech. Microsoft has been struggling to find ...

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17:40 Phys.org Artificial intelligence learns to predict solar flux

Researchers from the Department of Computer Systems Engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde (UK), used a deep learning approach that had previously shown promising performance in other forecasting problems, to forecast the F10.7 solar radio flux over days-ahead timescales relevant to space operations.

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17:40 Phys.org New nanocrystals put a tiny twist on useful materials

A new kind of tiny particle is a big deal in UO chemist Carl Brozek's lab.

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17:16 AzoRobotics.com Artificial Intelligence Helps Researchers Hunt for the Next SARS-Like Virus

Using artificial intelligence (AI), an international research team guided by researchers at Georgetown University has been able to forecast which viruses could infect humans (like SARS-CoV-2, the...

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.com Nvidia’s AI-powered DLDSR allows RTX GPUs to make your games look better (TechRadar)

TechRadarNvidia’s AI-powered DLDSR allows RTX GPUs to make your games look better - This new AI tech sounds seriously promising, and it should work with most games too. Nvidia has a new trick for its GeForce RTX graphics cards to help further improve the visual quality of games with only a (hopefully) minor performance hit. We say new trick, but this is actually ...

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16:39 Phys.org Building a silicon quantum computer chip atom by atom

A University of Melbourne-led team has perfected a technique for embedding single atoms in a silicon wafer one-by-one. Their technology offers the potential to make quantum computers using the same methods that have given us cheap and reliable conventional devices containing billions of transistors.

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16:04 AzoNano.com New Technique Developed to Improve the Efficiency of Nanomedicines

Researchers at Penn Medicine have discovered a new, more effective method of preventing the body's own proteins from treating nanomedicines like foreign invaders, by covering the nanoparticles...

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15:17 ExtremeTech.com Microsoft Teardown Video Shows Off Easily Repairable Surface Laptop SE

Unlike some past Microsoft devices, the Surface Laptop SE is designed to be easily repairable. It has even posted a teardown video showing how repair-friendly the laptop is.  The post Microsoft Teardown Video Shows Off Easily Repairable Surface Laptop SE appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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13:33 Technology.org Team first to discover new neural circuits that regulate spatial learning and memory in the brain’s hippocampal formation

Understanding of novel functional roles can advance research in Alzheimer’s disease, other learning and memory disorders. A research

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13:29 Nature.Com The COVID generation: how is the pandemic affecting kids’ brains?

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12:01 Phys.org Black hole at center of Milky Way unpredictable and chaotic

An international team of researchers, led by postgraduate student Alexis Andrés, has found that the black hole at the center of our galaxy, Sagittarius A*, not only flares irregularly from day to day but also in the long term. The team analyzed 15 years' worth of data to come to this conclusion. The research was initiated by Andres in 2019 when he was a summer student at the University of Amsterdam. In the years that followed, he continued his research, which is now to be published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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11:15 Nanowerk.com Black hole at center of Milky Way unpredictable and chaotic

An international team of researchers has found that the black hole at the centre of our galaxy, Sagittarius A*, not only flares irregularly from day to day but also in the long term. The team analysed 15 years' worth of data to come to this conclusion.

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11:03 Phys.org Black hole in the center of the Milky Way unpredictable in the long term

The black hole at the center of the galaxy not only flares irregularly from day to day, but also in the long term. This was revealed by an analysis of 15 years of data by an international team of researchers led by Alexis Andres from El Salvador. Andres started his research in 2019 as a summer student at the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and dug into it in the years that followed. The research is to be published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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11:03 Arxiv.org CS Music2Video: Automatic Generation of Music Video with fusion of audio and text. (arXiv:2201.03809v1 [cs.SD])

Creation of images using generative adversarial networks has been widely adapted into multi-modal regime with the advent of multi-modal representation models pre-trained on large corpus. Various modalities sharing a common representation space could be utilized to guide the generative models to create images from text or even from audio source. Departing from the previous methods that solely rely on either text or audio, we exploit the expressiveness of both modality. Based on the fusion of text and audio, we create video whose content is consistent with the distinct modalities that are provided. A simple approach to automatically segment the video into variable length intervals and maintain time consistency in generated video is part of our method. Our proposed framework for generating music video shows promising results in application level where users can interactively feed in music source and text source to create artistic music videos. Our code is available at

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10:52 Nanowerk.com 2D Semiconductor demonstrates elusive quantum physics model

With a little twist and the turn of a voltage knob, researchers have shown that a single material system can toggle between two of the wildest states in condensed matter physics: the quantum anomalous Hall insulator and the two-dimensional topological insulator.

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10:18 Nanowerk.com Scientists expand CRISPR-Cas9 genetic inheritance control in mammals

Biologists achieve gene conversion in male mice, broadening potential for human disease research and environmental applications.

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07:30 TechInvestorNews.com UK Experts Offer Legal Tech Predictions For 2022 (Law.comJack Womackhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/Billie-Moore-767x633.jpgAnalysis/International - United Kingdom/Legal Technology/Law.com)

Law.comJack Womackhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/Billie-Moore-767x633.jpgAnalysis/International - United Kingdom/Legal Technology / Law.comUK Experts Offer Legal Tech Predictions For 2022 - A range of experts from across the UK legal industry offer their thoughts on what legal technology might look like in 2022. ...

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06:12 News-Medical.Net AI-driven solution predicts RNA and DNA binding sites to accelerate rational drug discovery

The iMolecule group from Skoltech has developed an artificial intelligence-driven solution that uses data on the structure of RNA or DNA molecules to identify sites on them where interaction with potential drug candidates can occur.

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05:52 News-Medical.Net New technique could allow more diseases to be safely treated by nanomedicine

Researchers at Penn Medicine have discovered a new, more effective method of preventing the body's own proteins from treating nanomedicines like foreign invaders, by covering the nanoparticles with a coating to suppress the immune response that dampens the therapy's effectiveness.

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05:15 ScienceDaily.com Researchers use artificial intelligence to guide the search for the next SARS-like virus

Scientists have demonstrated the power of artificial intelligence to predict which viruses -- like SARS-CoV-2, the virus that led to the COVID-19 pandemic -- could infect humans, which animals host them, and where they could emerge.

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04:42 ScienceDaily.com Brain-based method to determine impairment from cannabis intoxication

A new study shows that imaging of brain activity with functional near-infrared spectroscopy might offer a more accurate and reliable way to distinguish impairment from cannabis intoxication.

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04:10 ScienceDaily.com Common household cleaner can boost effort to harvest fusion energy on Earth

Path-setting findings demonstrate for the first time a novel regime for confining heat in stellarators. The demonstration could advance the twisty design as a blueprint for future fusion power plants.

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02:44 News-Medical.Net International study offers a clearer picture of COVID-19's impact on children

A new international study offers a clearer picture of the impact of COVID-19 infection and the risk of severe outcomes on young people around the world.

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01:46 ScienceDaily.com Researchers develop new method to increase effectiveness of nanomedicines

Researchers have discovered a new, more effective method of preventing the body's own proteins from treating nanomedicines like foreign invaders, by covering the nanoparticles with a coating to suppress the immune response that dampens the therapy's effectiveness.

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01:17 Phys.org Common household cleaner can boost effort to harvest fusion energy on Earth

Scientists have found that adding a common household cleaning agent—the mineral boron contained in such cleaners as borax—can vastly improve the ability of some fusion energy devices to contain the heat required to produce fusion reactions on Earth the way the sun and stars do.

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00:39 ScienceDaily.com Twelve for dinner: The Milky Way’s feeding habits shine a light on dark matter

Astronomers are one step closer to revealing the properties of dark matter enveloping our Milky Way galaxy, thanks to a new map of twelve streams of stars orbiting within our galactic halo.

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11.01.2022
23:46 Phys.org Study finds that K-12 experience and population density are among factors that support rural 'brain gain'

Many academics and journalists have written about rural "brain drain," the migration of talented and bright young people who leave their communities, usually in search of better economic opportunities. But a team of Iowa State University researchers have identified three significant factors that draw people back to their hometowns a decade or two after leaving: public schools, population density and other college-degree-holders in the community.

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23:46 Phys.org Semiconductor demonstrates elusive quantum physics model

With a little twist and the turn of a voltage knob, Cornell researchers have shown that a single material system can toggle between two of the wildest states in condensed matter physics: The quantum anomalous Hall insulator and the two-dimensional topological insulator.

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23:35 TechInvestorNews.com Judge Reluctantly Recuses From Amazon Case Over Wifes Stockholdings (Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Amazon-Fulfillment-Center-4-767x633.jpgNews/Judges/Judicial Ethics/Government/Technology/District of Columbia/Law.com)

Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/Amazon-Fulfillment-Center-4-767x633.jpgNews/Judges/Judicial Ethics/Government/Technology/District of Columbia / Law.comJudge Reluctantly Recuses From Amazon Case Over Wifes Stockholdings - Perception of the fair administration of justiceboth by the public and by the parties in the caseis of the highest importance to the court, Judge Liam OGrady said in the order. ...

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23:11 Phys.org Twelve for dinner: The Milky Way's feeding habits shine a light on dark matter

Astronomers are one step closer to revealing the properties of dark matter enveloping our Milky Way galaxy, thanks to a new map of twelve streams of stars orbiting within our galactic halo.

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21:48 Technology.org Hawking Radiation: How Does it Work? (Video)

Nothing escapes from the depths of a black hole. Completely nothing, because it devours everything in its reach.

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20:35 TechInvestorNews.com AMD’s new powerful server processor leaked, including pictures and an X-ray (Monica J. White/Digital Trends)

Monica J. White / Digital TrendsAMD’s new powerful server processor leaked, including pictures and an X-ray - Following a previous leak, more information has emerged about the upcoming AMD EPYC Zen 4 Genoa processor, including specifications and photos. ...

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20:35 Phys.org How much do students learn when they double the speed of their class videos?

Recorded lectures have become a routine part of course instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic, and college students often try to pack more learning into a shorter span by watching these recordings at double their normal speed or even faster. But does comprehension suffer as a result?

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19:58 Phys.org In-fridge controller could scale up quantum computers

A collaboration between computer scientists and physicists at the University of Chicago broke through one of the key obstacles for large-scale quantum computing by figuring out how to move their control signals "inside the fridge."

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19:46 AzoNano.com Targeting Gastrointestinal Disease with Nanorobots

Revolutionary research on the use of nano/microbots for use within drug delivery could potentially be used for gastrointestinal diseases. A review published in the journal, Energies, has evaluated the...

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19:33 Phys.org Artificial intelligence predicts RNA and DNA binding sites to speed up drug discovery

The iMolecule group from Skoltech has developed an artificial intelligence-driven solution that uses data on the structure of RNA or DNA molecules to identify sites on them where interaction with potential drug candidates can occur. Knowledge of these binding sites allows pharmaceutical companies to discover new medications—including antiviral agents—in a much more focused and efficient manner. The new solution is also more accurate than prior approaches, because it accounts for how the shape assumed by a nucleic acid molecule affects which binding sites are exposed. The study came out in Nucleic Acid Research: Genomics and Bioinformatics.

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19:33 Phys.org Researchers develop new method to increase effectiveness of nanomedicines

Researchers at Penn Medicine have discovered a new, more effective method of preventing the body's own proteins from treating nanomedicines like foreign invaders, by covering the nanoparticles with a coating to suppress the immune response that dampens the therapy's effectiveness.

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19:33 Phys.org Gemini South telescope captures image of Chamaeleon Infrared Nebula

The Chamaeleon Infrared Nebula is an outflow of gas that resides in the larger Chamaeleon I dark cloud (one of the closest star-forming regions of the Milky Way), and adjacent to the Chamaeleon II and Chamaeleon III dark clouds. These three dark clouds—a type of nebula so dense that it obscures light—are known collectively as the Chamaeleon Complex, a large area of star formation.

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19:22 AzoNano.com Investigating Nanotexture Surface to Enhance Solar Cells

In a study published in the journal Applied Sciences, a GaAs singular-junction photovoltaic cell's nanotextured InA1P window sheet was used to reduce reflection across a wide range of...

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19:21 Nanowerk.com Researchers develop new method to increase effectiveness of nanomedicines

New technique uses complement inhibitor Factor I to prevent proteins from attacking treatment-carrying nanoparticles.

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19:10 Nanowerk.com Artificial intelligence predicts RNA and DNA binding sites to speed up drug discovery

Researchers developed an artificial intelligence-driven solution that uses data on the structure of RNA or DNA molecules to identify sites on them where interaction with potential drug candidates can occur. Knowledge of these binding sites allows pharmaceutical companies to discover new medications - including antiviral agents - in a much more focused and efficient manner.

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18:58 AzoNano.com UdeM Build World’s Tiniest Antenna to Understand Natural and Manmade Nanotech

Scientists at Université de Montréal (UdeM) have developed a nanoantenna to track the motions of proteins. Like a two-way radio that can both receive and transmit radio waves, the...

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18:41 ScienceDaily.com Sleep deprivation increases serotonin 2a receptor response in brain

Researchers have identified the effects of an environmental stressor, sleep deprivation, that could alter the balance controlled by antipsychotic drugs and impact individuals with schizophrenia.

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18:41 ScienceDaily.com New drug combo identified for liver cancer via CRISPR-Cas9 screen

A research team has successfully repurposed an approved drug ifenprodil, a vasodilator, to be used in combination with the FDA-approved first-line drug sorafenib for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) treatment. This study leveraged on their CombiGEM-CRISPR v2.0 screening platform1 to expedite the search among the many possible drug combinations to inhibit druggable targets in the genome for treating HCC.

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18:34 Technology.org Team Shows How Memories Are Stored in The Brain, With Potential Impact on Conditions Like PTSD

Fish that glow; a tailor-made microscope; a new way to catalog science. After six years, researchers produce the

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18:34 AzoRobotics.com New Algorithm Helps Mobile Robots Navigate Obstacles

Researchers at the University of South Australia have written a computational algorithm that allows mobile robots to navigate obstacles, finding the quickest path to their destination. Image Credit:...

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18:23 AzoNano.com Improved Biosensor Sensitivity with Polymer Coated Plasmonic Nanoparticles

Utilizing a functional polymer coupled with disulfide-containing anchoring groups, a one-pot technique for manufacturing polymer-coated silver nanoparticles was established by the researchers in the...

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