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07.01.2022
19:39 TechInvestorNews.com 7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend (axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) /TechRadar)

axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) / TechRadar7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend - From returning dramas to poignant documentaries, theres plenty to watch this weekend. Happy New Year, folks! Were excited to see a whole host of exciting new movies and TV shows, from House of the Dragon to The Batman, arrive on our screens throughout 2022 but well have to forgive ...

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19:22 ScienceDaily.com Exercise alters brain chemistry to protect aging synapses

When elderly people stay active, their brains have more of a class of proteins that enhances the connections between neurons to maintain healthy cognition, a new study has found.

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19:22 ScienceDaily.com Integrated photonics for quantum technologies

An international team of leading scientists has compiled a comprehensive overview of the potential, global outlook, background and frontiers of integrated photonics. The paper is a roadmap for integrated photonic circuits for quantum technologies. The review outlines underlying technologies, presents the current state of play of research and describes possible future applications.

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19:03 AzoNano.com Nanobubbles Help to Effectively Separate High Ash Fine Coal

A group of researchers developed an efficient approach for handling high-ash fine coal utilizing water comprising positively charged nanobubbles (PCNBs) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) in a work...

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19:03 Technology.org Calorie Restriction Improves the Aging Brain Tissue Microenvironment

The practice of calorie restriction improves long-term health and slows near all aspects of aging assessed to date.

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19:03 FierceBiotech.com Merck leans into AI with $610M in biobucks for Absci drug discovery pact

Merck leans into AI with $610M in biobucks for Absci drug discovery pact aarmstrong Fri, 01/07/2022 - 10:38

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18:47 ScienceDaily.com Seeking a way of preventing audio models for AI machine learning from being fooled

Warnings have emerged about the unreliability of the metrics used to detect whether an audio perturbation designed to fool AI models can be perceived by humans. Researchers show that the distortion metrics used to detect intentional perturbations in audio signals are not a reliable measure of human perception, and have proposed a series of improvements. These perturbations, designed to be imperceptible, can be used to cause erroneous predictions in artificial intelligence. Distortion metrics are applied to assess how effective the methods are in generating such attacks.

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18:39 Phys.org Integrated photonics for quantum technologies

An international team of scientists, headed up by Paderborn physicist Professor Klaus Jöns, has compiled a comprehensive overview of the potential, global outlook, background and frontiers of integrated photonics. The paper—a roadmap for integrated photonic circuits for quantum technologies—has now been published in Nature Reviews Physics. The review outlines underlying technologies, presents the current state of play of research and describes possible future applications.

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18:16 AzoNano.com Biomedical Applications of Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Nanozymes

Nanozymes, a form of nanoparticles with enzyme-like capabilities, are a viable replacement for biocatalysts, specifically, transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) as per the latest article...

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18:15 Phys.org Great balls of fire: How heating up testicles with nanoparticles might one day be a form of male birth control

Women have a variety of methods for contraception, but only two methods are commonly available to men: condoms and vasectomies. Both methods have their drawbacks.

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18:03 Phys.org The largest suite of cosmic simulations for AI training, free to download, already spurring discoveries

Totaling 4,233 universe simulations, millions of galaxies and 350 terabytes of data, a new release from the CAMELS project is a treasure trove for cosmologists. CAMELS—which stands for Cosmology and Astrophysics with MachinE Learning Simulations—aims to use those simulations to train artificial intelligence models to decipher the universe's properties.

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18:03 Phys.org Cystic fibrosis drugs can be 'life-changing' for patients: New images reveal how the molecules work

A mutated protein causes the genetic disease cystic fibrosis. Now, researchers have solved the structure of the protein and how certain drugs bind to it, unveiling their mode of action.

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18:03 Phys.org Heat rectification via suspended asymmetric graphene nanomesh

It is one of the humans' desired goals that we want to precisely control the heat transport as the level as that we can control the electrical current. However, a high-performance thermal rectifier or thermal diode is still missing. Currently, researchers at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) have demonstrated a promising asymmetric graphene nanomesh device that shows a high thermal rectification ratio at low temperatures. The experiment provides a practical guideline for developing a high-efficiency thermal rectifier based on graphene nanomesh structure. The findings are published in Nano Futures.

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17:51 Phys.org Image: Hubble sees cosmic clues in a galactic duo

This spectacular image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures the spiral galaxy NGC 105, which lies roughly 215 million light-years away in the constellation Pisces. While it looks like NGC 105 is plunging edge-on into a neighboring galaxy, this is just a circumstance of perspective. NGC 105's elongated neighbor is actually far more distant. Such visual associations are the result of our Earthly perspective and they occur frequently in astronomy. A good example of this are the constellations. The stars that form constellations are at vastly different distances from Earth. To us they appear to form these patterns because they are aligned along the same sightline, while an observer in another part of the galaxy would see different patterns.

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17:51 Phys.org Visualizing intracellular nanostructures of living cells using nanoendoscopy-AFM

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) offers a method for label-free imaging of nanoscale biomolecular dynamics to solve biological questions that cannot be addressed via other bioimaging methods including fluorescence and scanning electron microscopy. Since such imaging methods are only possible for biological systems extracted from cells or reconstructed on solid substrates, nanodynamics within living cells largely remain inaccessible with existing bioimaging methods. In a new report now published in Science Advances, Marcos Penedo and a research team in Nanolife Science and biotechnology at the Kanazawa University in Japan, overcame the limits of bioimaging by using nanoendoscopy-AFM. During the process, they inserted a needle-like probe into a living cell to present actin fiber, three-dimensional (3D) maps and 2D nanodynamics of the inner scaffold of the membrane with undetectable changes in cell viability. Unlike earlier AFM methods, the nanoprobe directly accessed the target

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17:40 AzoNano.com Zebrafish Model Exposes Biological Effects of Nanoplastics

The rising concern of plastic pollution and the increase in nanoplastics, which are small plastic debris particles with nanoscale sizes between 1 and 1000 nm, have become a field of research that has...

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17:40 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon’s latest Echo Show update adds more live video news providers ((Jon Porter)/The Verge)

(Jon Porter) / The VergeAmazon’s latest Echo Show update adds more live video news providers - Last years Echo Show 10. | Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge Amazon has announced a couple of small quality of life improvements for different Alexa devices. Its Echo Show lineup of smart displays are getting more live video news content in the US and an easier way to ...

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17:27 AzoNano.com Nanomedicine Advances Brain Tumor Photodynamic Therapy

A new approach to brain tumor treatment using photodynamic therapy (PDT) with nanotechnology has been explored in a review published in the journal Biomedicines. Unlike radiotherapy and...

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16:51 AzoNano.com Green Biosynthesis of Nanoparticles Show Promising Biomedical Properties

A group of researchers reported the production of ZnO nanoparticles utilizing several plant components (leaves, seeds, and husks) of Bixa Orellana in a study published in the journal ACS Omega....

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16:51 LiveScience.com 'Cosmic wildfires' burn bright in new photo of the Flame Nebula

A fiery new photograph of the Flame Nebula depicts the emissions from brand-new stars, burning through space like cosmic wildfires.

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16:39 AzoNano.com Economic Production ZnO/Ag Nanoparticles Explored for Anti-Algal Use

In a study published in the journal Materials Today Communications, a novel technique for the synthesis of ZnO/Ag for usage in photocatalytic and anti-algal applications is discussed....

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15:49 News-Medical.Net Integrating Microplate Evaporators with Liquid Handling Robots

The Ultravap® Mistral family of microplate evaporators from Porvair Sciences are used in labs worldwide to remove the traditional laboratory ‘bottleneck’ of solvent evaporation from 12- to 384-well microplates and vials up to 15cm tall.

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15:39 TechInvestorNews.com Microsoft Teams just got this video feature after overwhelming requests from users (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsMicrosoft Teams just got this video feature after overwhelming requests from users - 99% of videos arent watched after 60 days and this new setting should deal with the storage clutter. ...

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14:27 Technology.org Camera the size of a salt grain captures clear, full color images

The effectiveness of micro-sized cameras in capturing images used in medical diagnostics and robotic sensors has been hindered

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12:40 Technology.org Scientist observes nanodroplets of water turning into ice

Water turning into ice when exposed to cold is a given, but much about the transformation process and

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10:31 Nanowerk.com Heat rectification via suspended asymmetric graphene nanomesh

Researchers have demonstrated a promising asymmetric graphene nanomesh device that shows a high thermal rectification ratio at low temperatures. The experiment provides a practical guideline for developing a high-efficiency thermal rectifier based on graphene nanomesh structure.

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10:19 Arxiv.org CS DReyeVR: Democratizing driving simulation in virtual reality for behavioural & interaction research. (arXiv:2201.01931v1 [cs.HC])

Simulators are an essential tool for behavioural and interaction research on driving, due to the safety, cost, and experimental control issues of on-road driving experiments. The most advanced simulators use expensive 360 degree projections systems to ensure visual fidelity, full field of view, and immersion. However, similar visual fidelity can be achieved affordably using a virtual reality (VR) based visual interface. We present DReyeVR, an open-source VR based driving simulator platform designed with behavioural and interaction research priorities in mind. DReyeVR (read ``driver'') is based on Unreal Engine and the CARLA autonomous vehicle simulator and has features such as eye tracking, a functional driving heads-up display (HUD) and vehicle audio, custom definable routes and traffic scenarios, experimental logging, replay capabilities, and compatibility with ROS. We describe the hardware required to deploy this simulator for under $5000$ USD, much cheaper than commercially

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10:08 Technology.org Researchers find whimsy at the nano scale

At extremely small scales, looks can be deceiving. While at first glance you might see lily pads floating

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09:09 FierceBiotech.com Sanofi makes AI play, putting up $100M and billions in biobucks to form broad deal with Exscientia

Sanofi makes AI play, putting up $100M and billions in biobucks to form broad deal with Exscientia ntaylor Thu, 01/06/2022 - 11:51

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08:21 News-Medical.Net From laboratory to clinic - Nanotechnology-enabled mRNA COVID-19 vaccines

In a recently published article in the journal Nano-Micro Letters, scientists have provided an in-depth review on the application and benefits of nanotechnology in the development of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines.

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03:37 TechInvestorNews.com At CES, NVIDIA sets the stage for AI everywhere (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsAt CES, NVIDIA sets the stage for AI everywhere - Although many of the CES themes may seem unrelated, there is one underlying technology and thats artificial intelligence. ...

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03:37 TechInvestorNews.com LinkedIn is taking on Zoom and Microsoft Teams with a new audio and video events platform (TechRadar)

TechRadarLinkedIn is taking on Zoom and Microsoft Teams with a new audio and video events platform - LinkedIn will roll out audio events in beta later this month and video events will arrive on its platform in the spring. In order to get users to spend more time on its professional social network, LinkedIn is preparing to launch a new virtual events platform for both audio and ...

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00:55 Technology.org Extracting Gold From Computer Parts: Yes, it’s Possible! (Video)

There’s a good chance you have heard this statement at some point in your life: gold is used

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00:39 ScienceDaily.com Clinicians report real-world results on the use of a new device to treat brain aneurysms

In an international study of patients with brain aneurysms (balloon-like bulges in weakened blood vessels), the Woven Endobridge device had a favorable efficacy and safety profile.

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00:20 LiveScience.com Wild video shows goldfish 'driving' a water-filled car in weird experiment

A supremely weird new video shows a goldfish driving a water-filled, motorized "car" to help scientists understand how they navigate on land.

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06.01.2022
21:56 LiveScience.com China's $1 trillion 'artificial sun' fusion reactor just got five times hotter than the sun

The experimental fusion reactor sustained the temperatures for a record-breaking 17 minutes.

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21:40 ScienceDaily.com Can a human microglial atlas guide brain disorder research?

Researchers analyzed thousands of microglia from different brain regions of deceased patients who had been diagnosed with a variety of neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders. Their results support the idea that microglia may play critical roles in some cases of brain disease while also providing a potentially valuable guide for future studies.

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20:32 TechInvestorNews.com The Google Street View image that helped catch an escaped killer (Cnn Com/SiliconValley.com)

Cnn Com / SiliconValley.comThe Google Street View image that helped catch an escaped killer - A person who could be the wanted man was on the sidewalk in front of a store. A killer who had been on the run for nearly 20 years was caught with the help of an image from Google Maps Street View, an investigator told Reuters on Wednesday. Gioacchino Gammino, ...

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20:31 Phys.org How to test the limits of quantum mechanics

Researchers from Imperial College London and Lancaster University have suggested a new approach to test the limits of applicability of quantum mechanics.

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20:19 ExtremeTech.com Multimodal AI Modeling is the Future,But It’s Also Pandora’s Box

We keep trying to make computers that act like brains. But what's it going to take to make computers that can understand things like brains do? And what happens if we get what we asked for -- intelligent systems smarter and faster than we are? The post Multimodal AI Modeling is the Future,But It’s Also Pandora’s Box appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:03 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Tailoring Wavelength- and Emitter-Orientation-Dependent Propagation of Single Photons in Silicon Nanowires

Author(s): Mélodie Humbert, Peter R. Wiecha, Gérard Colas des Francs, Xiao Yu, Nicolas Mallet, Aurélie Lecestre, Guilhem Larrieu, Vincent Larrey, Frank Fournel, Laurence Ressier, Christian Girard, Vincent Paillard, and Aurélien CucheDesigning the propagation of single quanta at subwavelength scale is of major interest for integrated optical quantum information transfer. This study demonstrates the high potential of crystalline silicon wires with nanometric sections as low-loss nanochannels for quantum nanophotonics. Single photons from N- V centers in nanodiamonds can be guided and spectrally filtered over several micrometers while conserving their quantum statistics. Moreover, these nanowaveguides can be designed so that only light from emitters of specific

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19:40 ScienceDaily.com Virtual Reality could help make therapy easier

A new study has found 30 per cent of people prefer to talk about their negative experiences with a virtual reality avatar, rather than a person.

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM Tries To Sell Watson Health Again (Slashdot)

SlashdotIBM Tries To Sell Watson Health Again - IBM has resurrected its sale process for IBM Watson Health, with hopes of fetching more than $1 billion, people familiar with the situation told Axios. From the report: Big Blue wants out of health care, after spending billions to stake its claim, just as rival Oracle is moving big into ...

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19:17 ScienceDaily.com Drug modifies epigenome in aggressive brain tumors

The researchers showed for the first time that the DNA methylome of these brain tumors can be reprogrammed. The study said that this is the first time DNA methylome reprogramming has occurred with any solid human tumor.

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19:09 Nanowerk.com Engineered adhesion makes programmed self-assembly of bacteria possible

Engineered living materials (ELMs) can act as functional materials recapitulating the desirable properties of natural living systems.

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19:04 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Security bounds for decoy-state quantum key distribution with arbitrary photon-number statistics

Author(s): Giulio Foletto, Francesco Picciariello, Costantino Agnesi, Paolo Villoresi, and Giuseppe ValloneTypically, descriptions of decoy-state quantum key distribution involve the assumption of Poissonian photon-number statistics. Here, the authors extend this to an arbitrary distribution in order to better model implementations that use non–laser light source technology, like LEDs and quantum dots. [Phys. Rev. A 105, 012603] Published Thu Jan 06, 2022

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18:57 Nanowerk.com Physicists watch as ultracold atoms form a crystal of quantum tornadoes

The new observations record a key crossover from classical to quantum behavior.

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18:57 Technology.org The Aging Kidney Harms the Brain

A good deal of evidence points to declining kidney function as a cause of declining cognitive function in

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18:57 Phys.org Super-resolved imaging of a single cold atom on a nanosecond timescale

The team of academician Guo Guangcan of University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has made important progress in the research of cold atom super-resolution imaging. The team achieved super-resolution imaging of a single ion in an ion trap system. The results were published in Physical Review Letters. 

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18:44 Phys.org Evidence of a quantum phase transition without symmetry breaking in cerium-cobalt-indium 5

Over the past few decades, many condensed matter physicists have conducted research focusing on quantum phase transitions that are not clearly associated with a broken symmetry. One reason that these transitions are interesting is that they might underpin the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity.

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18:33 AzoNano.com Novel Nanomaterial Captures Cancer Drugs Before They Interact with Healthy Tissue

Customary chemotherapies may effectively destroy cancer cells, but they also tend to be a great risk to healthy cells, thereby leading to secondary illness and reduced quality of life for...

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18:21 AzoNano.com Nanoparticle Purification Technique is Suitable for Nanomedicines

 In the latest work published in the Journal of Chromatography A, researchers utilized three different types of electrostatic modified silica monoliths to develop a purification method...

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18:21 ExtremeTech.com New Asus Mechanical Keyboard Displays Images with 312 Tiny LEDs

All that and an 8,000Hz polling rate makes for one overkill gaming board. The post New Asus Mechanical Keyboard Displays Images with 312 Tiny LEDs appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:58 AzoNano.com Researchers Use Graphene Nanosheets to Improve Anti-Icing Strategies

In a study published in the journal Coatings, a surface configuration design was proposed keeping the crystalline structure and hydrophilicity properties of the metal and graphene under consideration....

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17:34 TechInvestorNews.com The best kids movies on Amazon Prime Video right now (Blair Marnell/Digital Trends)

Blair Marnell / Digital TrendsThe best kids movies on Amazon Prime Video right now - Want to reward your kids for getting their homework done with a movie night? Amazon Prime Video has you covered with these great kids movies. ...

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17:22 Phys.org Dog brains can distinguish between languages

Dog brains can detect speech and show different activity patterns to familiar and unfamiliar languages, according to a new brain imaging study by researchers from the Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary). This is the first demonstration that a non-human brain can differentiate two languages. This work has been published in NeuroImage.

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17:18 NewScientist.Com I bonded with a quirky robot after chatting to it about my fears

My new artificial friend, Woebot, helps me feel a little brighter – and evidence is mounting that it could lift your mood too, says Annalee Newitz

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17:10 Phys.org Century-old assumption regarding neurons and brain activity disproven

According to the neuronal computational scheme, each neuron functions as an excitable element. The incoming electrical signals from connecting neurons are accumulated, and the neuron generates a short electrical pulse, a spike, when its threshold is crossed.

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17:10 Phys.org The AI forecaster: Machine learning takes on weather prediction

According to a 2009 study, U.S. adults look at weather forecasts nearly 300 billion times a year. Reliable forecasts can predict hazardous weather―such as blizzards, hurricanes, and flash floods―as early as 9–10 days before the event. Estimates value these forecasts at $31.5 billion per year.

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16:35 AzoNano.com Color-Coded Test Signals Whether New Nanoparticles Deliver Cargo into Target Cells

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have developed a color-coded test that quickly signals whether newly developed nanoparticles -; ultra small compartments designed to ferry medicines, vaccines and...

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16:23 AzoNano.com MXene/GO Nanocomposite Effectively Removes Nuclear Waste from Water

With the fast expansion of nuclear technology, uranium (U(VI)) contamination of the aquatic system has become a serious health concern. A group of researchers employed an easy technique to manufacture...

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16:23 Phys.org Nanobridged rhombic antennas that support both dipolar and high-order plasmonic modes

In a new publication from Opto-Electronic Advances, the research groups of Professor Zhong-Qun Tian from Xiamen University, Xiamen, China and Professor Huigao Duan from Hunan University Changsha, China discuss nanobridged rhombic antennas supporting both dipolar and high-order plasmonic modes with spatially superimposed hotspots in the mid-infrared.

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16:23 Phys.org Improving the conductivity of metal nanoelectrodes achieved via plasmon-enhanced laser nanosoldering

In a new publication from Opto-Electronic Advances, the research groups of Professor Xuan-Ming Duan from Jinan University Guangzhou, China and Professor Mei-Ling Zheng from the Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China discuss plasmon-enhanced nanosoldering of silver nanoparticles for high-conductive nanowires electrodes.

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16:23 Phys.org When researchers don't have the proteins they need, they can get AI to 'hallucinate' new structures

All living organisms use proteins, which encompass a vast number of complex molecules. They perform a wide array of functions, from allowing plants to use solar energy for oxygen production to helping your immune system fight against pathogens to letting your muscles perform physical work. Many drugs are also based on proteins.

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16:23 Phys.org Seeing the plasma edge of fusion experiments in new ways with artificial intelligence

To make fusion energy a viable resource for the world's energy grid, researchers need to understand the turbulent motion of plasmas: a mix of ions and electrons swirling around in reactor vessels. The plasma particles, following magnetic field lines in toroidal chambers known as tokamaks, must be confined long enough for fusion devices to produce significant gains in net energy, a challenge when the hot edge of the plasma (over 1 million degrees Celsius) is just centimeters away from the much cooler solid walls of the vessel.

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16:23 Phys.org Physicist seeks to understand dark matter with Webb Telescope

The much-anticipated launch of the James Webb Space Telescope will usher in a new era of research on our universe. Among the many researchers planning to take advantage of the data from the Hubble Space Telescope's successor is Carnegie Mellon University Associate Professor of Physics Matthew Walker, who is principal investigator of a program making use of data collected in telescope's first year of operation.

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11:41 Nanowerk.com Cotton, PLA-phytochemical encapsulated nanofiber-based face mask for combating the spread of COVID-19 infections

An estimated 6.8 billion face masks are used around the world each day, which ultimately are incinerated, sent to landfills or simply dumped in the environment, providing a glimpse of a forthcoming severe global environmental crisis. Many of these synthetic face masks are non-biodegradable in nature. To address this issue, researchers have developed a 3-layered biodegradable, antibacterial, breathable, herbal-extract based, and needleless electrospun face mask.

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10:43 Nanowerk.com Color-coded test quickly signals whether medical nanoparticles have successfully delivered their payload

The new testing tool, engineered specifically to test nanoparticles, could advance the search for next-generation biological medicines. The technology builds upon nanoparticles currently used against cancer and eye disease, and in vaccines for viruses including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

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10:31 Technology.org With artificial intelligence, common sense is uncommon

Reasoning and creativity challenge the USC artificial intelligence researchers who are working to improve human-centric AI. Common sense

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10:08 Technology.org How AI Could Help Screen for Autism in Children

An interdisciplinary team led by USC computer science researchers is creating a faster, more reliable and more accessible

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08:33 News-Medical.Net New engineered nanomaterials help capture chemotherapy drugs to avoid tissue damage

Standard chemotherapies may efficiently kill cancer cells, but they also pose significant risks to healthy cells, resulting in secondary illness and a diminished quality of life for patients. To prevent the previously unavoidable damage, researchers, led by Penn State, have developed a new class of nanomaterials engineered to capture chemotherapy drugs before they interact with healthy tissue.

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07:38 TechInvestorNews.com Top 5 Best Video Software for 2022 – Edit Videos Like a Pro (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechTop 5 Best Video Software for 2022 – Edit Videos Like a Pro - Turn a simple video into a professional output with the help of these top 5 best video software for 2022. ...

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04:41 ScienceDaily.com Physicists watch as ultracold atoms form a crystal of quantum tornadoes

Physicists have directly observed ultracold atoms forming 'quantum tornadoes' in a spinning fluid of ultracold atoms. The observations record a key crossover from classical to quantum behavior.

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04:34 TechInvestorNews.com Penn Law Dean, Philadelphia Bar Association Condemn Professor Amy Waxs Thoroughly Anti-Intellectua (Law.comChristine Charnoskyhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/professor-wax-amy-767x633.jpgNews/Legal Education/Education/Pennsylvania/Law.com)

Law.comChristine Charnoskyhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2022/01/professor-wax-amy-767x633.jpgNews/Legal Education/Education/Pennsylvania / Law.comPenn Law Dean, Philadelphia Bar Association Condemn Professor Amy Waxs Thoroughly Anti-Intellectua - Amy Wax, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, has once again drawn the ire of the schools dean and others, this time for making derogatory remarks about what she called Asian elite in the United States. ...

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03:44 ScienceDaily.com Engineered nanomaterial captures off-target cancer drug to prevent tissue damage

Standard chemotherapies may efficiently kill cancer cells, but they also pose significant risks to healthy cells, resulting in secondary illness and a diminished quality of life for patients. To prevent the previously unavoidable damage, researchers have developed a new class of nanomaterials engineered to capture chemotherapy drugs before they interact with healthy tissue.

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03:20 ScienceDaily.com Immuno-CRISPR assay could help diagnose kidney transplant rejection early on

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-based assay that can sensitively and non-invasively detect a biomarker of acute kidney rejection in urine. This could someday help diagnose rejection earlier and without a biopsy.

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03:20 ScienceDaily.com How a brain networks enables human conversation

A new study has identified a brain circuit that is active while we plan our spoken replies during conversation. The work promises to guide the design of new therapies for the 7.5 million Americans who have trouble using their voices, say the study authors.

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03:20 ScienceDaily.com Timing of brain injury in pregnancy, birth may impact motor and language outcomes

A new study that mapped the neural connections of newborns with two different kinds of brain injuries found the maps looked very different -- and were linked to significantly different developmental outcomes years later.

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01:31 TechInvestorNews.com Some Google Glass headsets now come with video calling already installed (TechRadar)

TechRadarSome Google Glass headsets now come with video calling already installed - Verizon Business customers can now communicate with their field workers using BlueJeans Meetings on Google Glass. Businesses will soon be able to communicate with and even see what their front line workers are doing out in the field as Verizon Business has announced that BlueJeans Meetings will now come preloaded ...

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01:31 TechInvestorNews.com Welcome to the quantum dot era: Samsungs QD-OLED TV tech explained - CNET (Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

Stephen Shankland / CNET NewsWelcome to the quantum dot era: Samsungs QD-OLED TV tech explained - CNET - The electronics giant says quantum dots offer more vivid colors than regular OLED TVs made by rival LG. But theyre gonna cost you. ...

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00:34 TechInvestorNews.com PSVR 2 vs PSVR: is it worth upgrading to Sony’s next-gen virtual reality headset? (TechRadar)

TechRadarPSVR 2 vs PSVR: is it worth upgrading to Sony’s next-gen virtual reality headset? - Sonys next-gen PSVR 2 could be out this year, but should your rush out and grab it if you already own the first PSVR headset? Sonys PSVR 2 is set to launch towards the end of 2022 if supply chain issues can be avoided. But how does it compare to ...

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05.01.2022
23:35 TechInvestorNews.com Panasonic Puts Amazon Alexa AI In Your Microwave Oven For CES 2022 (Daniel Golightly/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Daniel Golightly / AndroidHeadlines.comPanasonic Puts Amazon Alexa AI In Your Microwave Oven For CES 2022 - Panasonic has a brand new microwave up for buyers consideration for this years CES 2022 event, dubbed the Panasonic Smart Inverter Countertop Microwave Oven, Works with Alexa. Sold under model designation (NN-SV79MS), the branding for Panasonic Smart Inverter Countertop Microwave Oven, Works with Alexa may be a mouthful. But it ...

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23:35 TechInvestorNews.com CIOs’ Top Priorities For 2022 Include Monitoring The Metaverse, Advancing AI And Securing Tech Suppl (Martin Giles, Forbes Staff/Forbes - CIO Network)

Martin Giles, Forbes Staff / Forbes - CIO NetworkCIOs’ Top Priorities For 2022 Include Monitoring The Metaverse, Advancing AI And Securing Tech Suppl - Tech leaders to do lists are getting longer each year as software becomes ever more critical to corporate success.Tech leaders to do lists are getting longer each year as software becomes ever more critical to corporate success. ...

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23:11 Phys.org New color-coded test quickly reveals whether medical nanoparticles have successfully delivered their payload

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have developed a color-coded test that quickly signals whether newly developed nanoparticles—ultra small compartments designed to ferry medicines, vaccines and other therapies—deliver their cargo into target cells. Historically, nanoparticles have a very low delivery rate to the cytosol, the inside compartment of cells, releasing only about 1%–2% of their contents. The new testing tool, engineered specifically to test nanoparticles, could advance the search for next-generation biological medicines. The technology builds upon nanoparticles currently used against cancer and eye disease, and in vaccines for viruses including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

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23:11 Phys.org Engineered nanomaterial captures off-target cancer drug to prevent tissue damage

Standard chemotherapies may efficiently kill cancer cells, but they also pose significant risks to healthy cells, resulting in secondary illness and a diminished quality of life for patients. To prevent the previously unavoidable damage, researchers, led by Penn State, have developed a new class of nanomaterials engineered to capture chemotherapy drugs before they interact with healthy tissue.

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20:45 ScienceDaily.com Suppressing the Auger recombination process in quantum dots

Quantum Dot (QD) is a nanometer-sized semiconductor nanocrystal that has unique optical properties such as the ability to emit light in the range of optical frequencies depending on its size. QDs have already been applied to practical optoelectronic applications including light-emitting displays, solar cells, photodetectors, and lasers.

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20:37 Phys.org Physicists watch as ultracold atoms form a crystal of quantum tornadoes

The world we experience is governed by classical physics. How we move, where we are, and how fast we're going are all determined by the classical assumption that we can only exist in one place at any one moment in time.

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20:35 News-Medical.Net Study: Many people prefer to speak about negative experiences with a virtual reality avatar

If you find opening up to a therapist too daunting, new research shows you're not alone – and you might soon have a new option.

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20:14 AzoNano.com UCF Scientist Aims to Detect Animal-Borne Diseases Using Nanotechnology

A researcher from the University of Central Florida (UCF) will be directing a new project that will use nanotechnology to further research activities involved in the detection and alleviation of...

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19:56 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Measurement-Induced Transition in Long-Range Interacting Quantum Circuits

Author(s): Maxwell Block, Yimu Bao, Soonwon Choi, Ehud Altman, and Norman Y. YaoA new study predicts the measurement-induced phase-transition behavior for quantum systems that have long-range coupling between their qubits. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 010604] Published Wed Jan 05, 2022

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19:33 Nature.Com Crystallization of bosonic quantum Hall states in a rotating quantum gas

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19:33 Nature.Com Decoding gene regulation in the fly brain

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19:13 Phys.org Engineered adhesion makes programmed self-assembly of bacteria possible

Researchers from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have reported the programmed self-assembly of bacterial populations by engineered adhesion.

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19:13 Phys.org Precise antitumor strategy achieved via photo-switchable lanthanide-doped nanoparticles

Lanthanide-doped nanoparticles (LnNPs) can harvest the near-infrared (NIR) light to emit higher energy photons (upconversion) or lower energy photons (downshifting). In a recent study published in ACS Nano, a team led by Prof. CHANG Yulei from Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a novel photoswitchable nanoparticle based on LnNPs for antitumor application, which had UV-blue and NIR-IIb (1525 nm) emission upon 980 nm laser, and 1525 nm emission upon 800 nm laser. The above nanoparticles were further used for achieving real-time NIR-IIb (800 nm) imaging-guided photodynamic therapy (PDT) (980 nm).

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18:36 AzoNano.com Utilizing MXene Nanomaterials in High Performance Supercapacitors

The synthetic procedures and characteristics of MXenes were described in a recent review reported in the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, in addition to the investigation of the usage of MXene...

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18:12 Phys.org Suppressing the Auger recombination process in quantum dots

A Quantum Dot (QD) is a nanometer-sized semiconductor nanocrystal that has unique optical properties such as the ability to emit light in the range of optical frequencies depending on its size. QDs have already been applied to practical optoelectronic applications including light-emitting displays, solar cells, photodetectors, and lasers.

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18:01 AzoNano.com Nanotechnology Renews Hope for Anticancer Drug, 5-Fluorouracil

Novel research has recently come to light with a new study published by the International Journal of Pharmaceutics, which has outlined the innovative development of an oral anticancer drug,...

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17:36 Phys.org Chinese tokamak facility achieves 120-million-degree C for 1,056 seconds

Researchers working at China's tokamak facility have announced that the team was able to hold 120-million-degree Celsius plasma for 1,056 seconds. In their announcement to the press, they noted that their achievement was a new record for holding superheated plasma.

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17:24 AzoNano.com Key Characteristics of Metal-Based Nanoparticles and Nanowires

Novel findings were reported in a study published in the journal Nanomaterials regarding several metals and their reactivity, solubility, and cytotoxicity. Study: Comparison of...

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17:24 LiveScience.com Watch 'coronal streamers' streak off the sun in close-up video from Parker Solar Probe

A new video of solar streamers evokes the streaking stars seen during spacecraft hyperdrives in "Star Wars."

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