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02.10.2021
17:40 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon is hijacking our emotions to put robots in our homes ((Alice Newcome-Beill)/The Verge)

(Alice Newcome-Beill) / The VergeAmazon is hijacking our emotions to put robots in our homes - The Anki Vector. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Theres something in our complicated human brains that immediately develops a connection to anything with eyes. Dont believe me? Ask the Anki Vector that lived on my desk for several months. This pocket-sized robot got my attention with its ...

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17:29 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-science European spacecraft reveals rare images of Mercury’s craters after a ‘flawless’ flyby

The BepiColombo joint mission sent back its first images of the planet after a gravitational flyby.

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17:04 ScientificAmerican.Com Microbes, Natural Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence

Humanity’s greatest achievement might be building our successors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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14:16 LiveScience.com Perseverance Rover spotted from space in striking new satellite image

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spied the little Perseverance Rover chugging around Jezero Crater in a striking new image.

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09:29 Technology.org Early accumulation of tau in the brain predicts memory decline in Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have compared how well different Alzheimer’s biomarkers predict the progression of the disease and

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00:34 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: The 26 best movies to watch tonight - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: The 26 best movies to watch tonight - CNET - A ton of new arrivals hit Amazon Prime Video this week. ...

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00:34 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: The 31 best TV shows to binge tonight - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: The 31 best TV shows to binge tonight - CNET - Catch the next instalment of the All or Nothing sports docuseries. ...

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00:34 TechInvestorNews.com Intels Loihi 2 speeds effort to make neuromorphic chips like human brains - CNET (Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

Stephen Shankland / CNET NewsIntels Loihi 2 speeds effort to make neuromorphic chips like human brains - CNET - The chip also is a key product in Intels plan to reclaim its processor manufacturing prowess. ...

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01.10.2021
23:31 TechInvestorNews.com Looking for what to watch on Amazon Prime Video? Try this smart sci-fi series - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsLooking for what to watch on Amazon Prime Video? Try this smart sci-fi series - CNET - Lauded Canadian gem Orphan Black is sci-fi at its most human and entertaining. ...

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23:31 Nanowerk.com Unprecedented view of a single catalyst nanoparticle at work

X-rays reveal compositional changes on active surface under reaction conditions.

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23:27 ScienceDaily.com Unprecedented view of a single catalyst nanoparticle at work

A research team has been using high-intensity X-rays to observe a single catalyst nanoparticle at work. The experiment has revealed for the first time how the chemical composition of the surface of an individual nanoparticle changes under reaction conditions, making it more active. This study marks an important step towards a better understanding of real, industrial catalytic materials.

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Astro: Everything you need to know about this home robot (Patrick Hearn/Digital Trends)

Patrick Hearn / Digital TrendsAmazon Astro: Everything you need to know about this home robot - This is everything you need to know about Amazons new home robot Astro, including its capabilities, price, and more. ...

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon hardware chief says the Astro home robot started as a security device and evolved to cover m (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsAmazon hardware chief says the Astro home robot started as a security device and evolved to cover m - Dave Limp, Amazons head of hardware, told CNBC why the company jumped into home robots with a product called Astro that can patrol your home. ...

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21:00 Phys.org Unprecedented view of a single catalyst nanoparticle at work

A DESY-led research team has been using high-intensity X-rays to observe a single catalyst nanoparticle at work. The experiment has revealed for the first time how the chemical composition of the surface of an individual nanoparticle changes under reaction conditions, making it more active. The team led by DESY's Andreas Stierle is presenting its findings in the journal Science Advances. This study marks an important step towards a better understanding of real, industrial catalytic materials.

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20:49 CNBC technology Amazon hardware chief says the Astro home robot started as a security device and 'evolved to cover much more'

Dave Limp, Amazon's head of hardware, told CNBC why the company jumped into home robots with a product called Astro that can patrol your home.

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20:35 ScienceDaily.com Revealing the logic of the body’s ‘second brain’

Researchers have made a surprising discovery about the human gut's enteric nervous system that itself is filled with surprising facts. For starters, there's the fact that this 'second brain' exists at all.

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20:35 ScienceDaily.com Powerful technique details brain tumors’ formidable resiliency

A team led by researchers  has profiled in unprecedented detail thousands of individual cells sampled from patients' brain tumors. The findings, along with the methods developed to obtain those findings, represent a significant advance in cancer research, and ultimately may lead to better ways of detecting, monitoring and treating cancers.

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20:30 DigitalTrends.com Autel’s EVO Lite and Nano drones are primed to compete with DJI’s best

Autel's new EVO Nano and EVO Light drones are intended to compete with DJI’s line of compact, lightweight drones.

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20:02 Nature.Com Space jellyfish and subterranean robots — September’s best science images

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Pixel Personal Safety App Can Now Record Videos During An SOS Alert (Chethan Rao/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Chethan Rao / AndroidHeadlines.comGoogle Pixel Personal Safety App Can Now Record Videos During An SOS Alert - The Personal Safety app on Pixel phones is getting an update with the new emergency SOS feature. With this toggle enabled, Pixel owners can tap the power button five times to call emergency services. Further, it can information with your emergency contacts or even record a video. These updates are ...

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18:57 Physics.Aps.org Video: Spreading Frost Under the Microscope

Author(s): David EhrensteinA new imaging technique reveals the effects of humidity on the spread of frost across a micropatterned surface. [Physics 14, 138] Published Fri Oct 01, 2021

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18:56 Nature.Com The genetic symphony underlying evolution of the brain’s prefrontal cortex

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18:55 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Quantum sensing of photonic spin density using a single spin qubit

Author(s): Farid Kalhor, Li-Ping Yang, Leif Bauer, and Zubin JacobThe authors develop a technique to probe spinning light at the nanoscale using atom-like spin-qubits. [Phys. Rev. Research 3, 043007] Published Fri Oct 01, 2021

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18:28 InsideEVs.com Tesla Model 3 Driver Teases Gas Car Owners, Video Viral On TikTok

The fuel crisis is no laughing matter in the UK, and some gas car owners were pretty upset by this Tesla owner's prank.

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18:16 Phys.org Inspired by photosynthesis, scientists double reaction quantum efficiency

Drawing on inspiration from photosynthesis and the way it can achieve high efficiency in plants, Regents Professors Tom Moore and Ana Moore in Arizona State University's School of Molecular Sciences and their groups, together with colleagues from the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University (including Professors Gregory Scholes and Robert Knowles), have introduced a bioinspired catalyst that lengthens the productive state of some chemical reactions.

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18:06 Phys.org How flawed diamonds 'lead' to flawless quantum networks

The color in a diamond comes from a defect, or "vacancy," where there is a missing carbon atom in the crystal lattice. Vacancies have long been of interest to electronics researchers because they can be used as 'quantum nodes' or points that make up a quantum network for the transfer of data. One of the ways of introducing a defect into a diamond is by implanting it with other elements, like nitrogen, silicon, or tin. In a recent study published in ACS Photonics, scientists from Japan demonstrate that lead-vacancy centers in diamond have the right properties to function as quantum nodes. "The use of a heavy group IV atom like lead is a simple strategy to realize superior spin properties at increased temperatures, but previous studies have not been consistent in determining the optical properties of lead-vacancy centers accurately," says Associate Professor Takayuki Iwasaki of Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), who led the study.

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18:06 Phys.org A non-invasive way to image Wigner crystals directly

A team of researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, working with a group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has developed a non-invasive way to image Wigner crystals directly. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the group describes their approach and explain how it could be used to advance research regarding Wigner crystal states. Carmen Rubio-Verdú with Columbia University has published a News & Views piece outlining the nature of Wigner crystals and describing the work by the team in the same journal issue.

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17:55 AzoNano.com Scientists Develop New Nanoparticle for Intravenous Cancer Immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy aims to change “cold” tumors into “hot” tumors – those that react to immunotherapy – by stimulating and enlisting the immune system of the...

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16:49 Phys.org Scientists assemble final detector of Fermilab's Short-Baseline Neutrino Program

With a directive to look for physics beyond the standard model and study the behavior of the universe's most elusive particles, the U.S. Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory's Short-Baseline Neutrino Program has a full plate.

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16:49 Phys.org Dissolved salt can reassemble at nanoscale, according to simulations

Any cook worth their salt knows that a dash of the stuff—which consists mostly of the compound sodium chloride—will dissolve when dropped into a pot of even room-temperature water.

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16:38 Nanowerk.com Using nanogenerators to power electronics with mechanical motion

Researchers develop a composite film that can be used in nanogenerators to generate electricity from mechanical motion.

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16:16 Phys.org Study finds that the fine structure constant of quantum spin ice is large

Quantum electrodynamics (QED) is the fundamental quantum theory governing the behavior of charged particles and light in vacuum. The strength of the interactions in QED is quantified by the fine structure constant α, which in our universe is both immutable and eternal (α ~ 1/137). The smallness of the fine structure constant has far-reaching consequences in the physical world—it determines the number of stable chemical elements, enables long-distance, light-based communication, etc.

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16:12 ScienceDaily.com Novel fluorescence imaging assay gives new insight to develop biomimetic nanoparticles for targeted cancer therapy

Researchers developed a fluorescence quenching assay to probe the integrity of the cell membrane coating of biomimetic nanoparticles (NPs) , discovering that the great majority of the cell membrane coated NPs were only partially coated when the traditional coating techniques were applied.

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16:12 ScienceDaily.com Early accumulation of tau in the brain predicts memory decline in Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers have compared how well different Alzheimer's biomarkers predict the progression of the disease and its effect on the memory. They found that early accumulation of tau proteins in the brain as measured by PET scanner was more effective at predicting memory impairment than biomarkers in the cerebrospinal fluid or amyloid plaque in the brain.

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14:36 CNBC technology Google and DeepMind face lawsuit over deal with Britain’s National Health Service

Google and DeepMind are facing legal action for the way in which they obtained and processed over a million patient health records without consent in the U.K. 

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14:36 CNBC health care Google and DeepMind face lawsuit over deal with Britain’s National Health Service

Google and DeepMind are facing legal action for the way in which they obtained and processed over a million patient health records without consent in the U.K. 

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14:21 Techcrunch.Com Nobel Medicine Prize for COVID-19 vaccine?

Scientists behind COVID-19 vaccines could be in the running to win the Nobel Prize for Medicine even though the pandemic is far from over. Some scientists say it is just a matter of time: If the work that went into developing the vaccines is not recognised when this year’s prize is announced on Monday, it will win the award in years to come. More than 4.7 million people have died from COVID-19 since the first cases of the novel coronavirus were registered in 2019, and many countries still live under severe restrictions intended to curb its spread. But COVID-19 vaccines have helped some wealthy states return almost to normality while others are yet to receive vaccine doses in large quantities. Among those seen by other scientists as potential winners of the Nobel Prize for Medicine are Hungarian-born Katalin Kariko and American Drew Weissman for their work on what are known as Messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccines. The mRNA vaccines developed by Moderna and by

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14:12 NYT Technology TikTok's Oddly Satisfying Pool-Cleaning Videos

Clips of swimming pools being cleaned have racked up millions of views on TikTok. Researchers have some ideas as to why.

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12:35 Technology.org New approach to 3D image segmentation nails medical scans, ready for more

Skoltech researchers led by Professor Dylov and their colleagues from First Pavlov State Medical University of St. Petersburg,

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11:40 AzoRobotics.com GML and EZ-WHEEL Partner to Bring a Unique AI Powered Wheel Drive to Autonomous Mobile Robots

GrAI Matter Labs (GML), a pioneer of brain-inspired computing solutions, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with ez-Wheel, a French company specializing in autonomous electric...

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11:07 Technology.org New nanoparticle developed for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy seeks to turn “cold” tumors into “hot” tumors––those that respond to immunotherapy––by awakening and enlisting the

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10:12 Technology.org New nano particles suppress resistance to cancer immunotherapy

A specially designed lipid nanoparticle could deliver immune-signaling molecules into liver macrophage cells to overcome resistance to anti-tumor

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05:20 News-Medical.Net Researchers develop nanoparticles delivering STING agonists for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy seeks to turn "cold" tumors into "hot" tumors––those that respond to immunotherapy––by awakening and enlisting the body's own immune system.

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05:10 Arxiv.org CS AIive: Interactive Visualization and Sonification of Neural Network in Virtual Reality. (arXiv:2109.15193v1 [cs.HC])

Artificial Intelligence (AI), especially Neural Network (NN), has become increasingly popular. However, people usually treat AI as a tool, focusing on improving outcome, accuracy, and performance while paying less attention to the representation of AI itself. We present AIive, an interactive visualization of AI in Virtual Reality (VR) that brings AI "alive". AIive enables users to manipulate the parameters of NN with virtual hands and provides auditory feedback for the real-time values of loss, accuracy, and hyperparameters. Thus, AIive contributes an artistic and intuitive way to represent AI by integrating visualization, sonification, and direct manipulation in VR, potentially targeting a wide range of audiences.

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00:34 Phys.org A kagome lattice superconductor reveals a 'cascade' of quantum electron states

Researchers have discovered a complex landscape of electronic states that can co-exist on a kagome lattice, resembling those in high-temperature superconductors, a team of Boston College physicists reports in an advance electronic publication of the journal Nature.

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30.09.2021
22:46 Nanowerk.com New nanoparticle developed for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

Researchers demonstrated the tumor-fighting effects of CMP nanoparticle system in various tumors, including colon carcinoma, melanoma, and head and neck cancer.

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22:23 Phys.org Optically generated quantum fluids of light reveal exotic matter-wave states in condensed matter physics

Researchers from Skoltech and the University of Southampton, U.K., have used all-optical methods to create an artificial lattice whose nodes house polaritons—quasiparticles that are half-light and half-matter excitations in semiconductors. This so-called Lieb lattice, which usually does not occur in nature, enabled the team to demonstrate breakthrough results important for condensed matter physics. From the applications perspective, the laser-generated polariton lattice, reported in Nature Communications, can be used for the design of next-generation devices like optical computers reliant on dispersion management and guided light.

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21:18 Technology.org VideoCLIP: Contrastive Pre-training for Zero-shot Video-Text Understanding

Natural language processing and computer vision have greatly benefited from the “pre-training + fine-tuning” paradigm. However, some recent

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20:52 ScienceDaily.com New nanoparticle developed for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy seeks to turn 'cold' tumors into 'hot' tumors -- those that respond to immunotherapy -- by awakening and enlisting the body's own immune system.

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19:50 Phys.org New microscopy technique makes deep in vivo brain imaging possible

A pioneering technique developed by the Prevedel Group at EMBL allows neuroscientists to observe live neurons deep inside the brain – or any other cell hidden within an opaque tissue. The technique is based on two state-of-the-art microscopy methods, three-photon microscopy and adaptive optics. The paper reporting on this advancement was published on 30th September 2021 in Nature Methods.

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19:39 Phys.org New nanoparticle developed for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy seeks to turn "cold" tumors into "hot" tumors––those that respond to immunotherapy––by awakening and enlisting the body's own immune system.

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19:06 ExtremeTech.com CRISPR Gene Therapy Restores Color Vision in Small Trial

Credit: cc0 Public Domain Genetic diseases are a compelling target for viral gene therapy, but the results can be spotty at best. There's good news, though. On Wednesday, researchers presented evidence from a breakthrough gene-editing experiment that restored some color vision to patients with progressive, genetic vision loss. The post CRISPR Gene Therapy Restores Color Vision in Small Trial appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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18:55 Technology.org NANOG Expression versus Cellular Senescence

Are there many strategies that can reverse cellular senescence? There are certainly strategies that can lower levels of

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18:22 AzoRobotics.com NTNU-Led Team CERBERUS Wins $2 Million Subterranean Robots Competition

Recently, team CERBERUS guided by a Norwegian University of Science and Technology professor won a highly esteemed competition for subterranean robots. MIT and NASA were also participants in the...

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18:11 ExtremeTech.com Scientists Built an Artificial Intelligence to Finish Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony

We don't know what Beethoven meant to do for his unfinished 10th Symphony. But what if we could plug his music into an AI to figure it out? The post Scientists Built an Artificial Intelligence to Finish Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:56 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Experiment and model for a Stokes layer in a strongly coupled dusty plasma

Author(s): Jorge Berumen and J. GoreeThe authors demonstrate that a dusty plasma can sustain a Stokes layer, a moving boundary layer in a viscous fluid caused by an oscillating wall. They apply a two-phase-liquid version of a Maxwell-fluid model to explain their experimental observation. [Phys. Rev. E 104, 035208] Published Thu Sep 30, 2021

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17:50 Phys.org Scientists use the glowing properties of plant cells to capture stunning images

Scientists have come a long way since Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovered teeming colonies of previously invisible bacteria and protozoa while peering through his custom-made microscopes. The architecture of cells, organelles, proteins, and even molecules has since been illuminated across the tree of life. Yet despite these advances, barriers still remain to comprehensively mapping the microscopic world. Before they can be viewed under a microscope, tissues and cell components must first be stained with dyes and fixatives and subjected to a lengthy preparation process.

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17:50 Phys.org Novel fluorescence imaging assay gives new insight to develop biomimetic nanoparticles for targeted cancer therapy

Cell membrane coated biomimetic nanoparticles (NPs) have been widely studied in nanomedicine because of their unique properties such as immune escaping, long blood circulation, specific molecular recognition and efficient cancer targeting, indicating a great potential in targeted cancer therapy. However, the integrity of the cell membrane coating on NPs, a key metrics related to the quality of these biomimetic-systems and to the resulting biomedical function, has remained largely unexplored. In the present study, the researchers developed a fluorescence quenching assay to probe the integrity of the cell membrane coating.

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17:39 Nanowerk.com New nanomaterial for treatment of skin infections

Researchers have developed a novel antibacterial material combining nonwoven nanotextile and unique compounds with antibacterial properties.

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16:43 Phys.org Image: Cosmic kit

ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer is suited, booted and ready for his Cosmic Kiss mission. As a member of US Commercial Crew-3 he will be launched to the International Space Station in a Crew Dragon spacecraft in around one month's time for his first six-month stay in orbit.

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16:31 TechInvestorNews.com AMD Wants to Improve AI, HPC Efficiency 30x by 2025 (Joel Hruska/ExtremeTech)

Joel Hruska / ExtremeTechAMD Wants to Improve AI, HPC Efficiency 30x by 2025 - AMD has a new plan for improving energy efficiency and claims it can deliver 30x gains by 2025. The post AMD Wants to Improve AI, HPC Efficiency 30x by 2025 appeared first on ExtremeTech. AMD has announced a major new efficiency initiative thats intended to build off its previous 2520 ...

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16:31 TechInvestorNews.com Soon Your Google Searches Can Combine Text and Images (Khari Johnson/Wired News)

Khari Johnson / Wired NewsSoon Your Google Searches Can Combine Text and Images - With the help of AI, youll be able to take a picture of a shirt, then ask Google to find socks with the same pattern. ...

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16:31 Phys.org Implementing a 46-node quantum metropolitan area network

Quantum key distribution (QKD) is a method used for secure or secret key exchanges between two remote users. Using secure communication, cyberscientists ultimately aim to establish a global quantum network. Existing field tests suggest that such quantum networks are feasible. To achieve a practical quantum network, several challenges must be overcome including the realization of varied topologies at large scales, simple network maintenance and robustness to node failures. In a new report now published on Science Advances, Teng-Yun Chen and a research team in quantum physics, quantum information and interdisciplinary information sciences in China, presented a field operation of a quantum metropolitan area network with 46 nodes. They realized diverse topological structures and ran the network for 31 months via standard equipment. They then realized QKD pairing and key management for secure communications including real-time voice telephone, text messaging and file transmission with

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15:57 Phys.org Study unveils the quantum nature of the interaction between photons and free electrons

For several decades, physicists have known that light can be described simultaneously as a wave and a particle. This fascinating 'duality' of light is due to the classical and quantum nature of electromagnetic excitations, the processes through which electromagnetic fields are produced.

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15:57 Phys.org New nanomaterial for treatment of skin infections

Researchers at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS (IOCB Prague) and the Technical University of Liberec in collaboration with researchers from the Institute of Microbiology of the CAS, the Department of Burns Medicine of the Third Faculty of Medicine at Charles University (Czech Republic), and P. J. Šafárik University in Košice (Slovakia) have developed a novel antibacterial material combining nonwoven nanotextile and unique compounds with antibacterial properties. Called NANO-LPPO, the new material can fulfill a wide range of applications as a dressing for wounds, such as burn injuries, by preventing infection and thus facilitating treatment and healing.

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15:46 Nanowerk.com An innovative way to deliver drugs using nanocrystals

Elongated nanocrystals can carry a high payload of drugs to potentially increase drug targetability and also decrease dosage frequency and side effects.

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15:35 Phys.org New method to deliver therapeutic drugs using elongated nanocrystals

Monash University researchers have used advanced techniques at ANSTO to investigate the production of new, elongated polymer nanocapsules with a high payload of drug nanocrystals to potentially increase drug targetability, and also decrease dosage frequency and side effects.

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15:35 AzoRobotics.com Amatrium Announces Launch of AI Software as a Service for Materials Science Research

Amatrium, a tech start-up company from Massachusetts, has announced the launch of its one-of-a-kind Artificial Intelligence (AI) Software as a Service (SaaS) for Materials Science research.  The...

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15:23 ExtremeTech.com AMD Wants to Improve AI, HPC Efficiency 30x by 2025

AMD has a new plan for improving energy efficiency and claims it can deliver 30x gains by 2025. The post AMD Wants to Improve AI, HPC Efficiency 30x by 2025 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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15:12 News-Medical.Net The applications of nanomaterials against viral disease

The application of nanomaterials in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of viral diseases is reviewed in detail, highlighting areas of significant progress or stagnation from the past few decades.

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13:08 Technology.org Wikipedia – Image/Caption Matching

A picture is worth a thousand words, yet sometimes a few will do. We all rely on online

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12:45 Technology.org New study shows that different types of cancers are likely to spread to specific areas of the brain

Brain metastasis occurs when cancer in one part of the body spreads to the brain. The lifetime incidence

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12:11 Technology.org AI improves precision in breast cancer diagnosis

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have developed an AI-based tool that improves the diagnosis of breast cancer tumours and

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12:00 Technology.org Have we detected dark energy? Cambridge scientists say it’s a possibility

Dark energy, the mysterious force that causes the universe to accelerate, may have been responsible for unexpected results

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11:27 Technology.org Hippocampus Is the Brain’s Storyteller

eople love stories. We find it easier to remember events when they are part of an overarching narrative.

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10:53 Technology.org Manic episodes in bipolar disorder linked to abnormal brain changes

Patients with bipolar disorder who experience manic episodes are more likely to show abnormal brain changes over time,

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10:42 Technology.org AI-driven dynamic face mask adapts to exercise, pollution levels

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have grown accustomed to wearing face masks to protect themselves and others,

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10:31 Technology.org Photonic chip is key to nurturing quantum computers

Quantum computers are gaining pace. They promise to provide exponentially more computing power for certain very tricky problems.

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09:34 Nanowerk.com Correlated electrons 'tango' in a perovskite oxide at the extreme quantum limit

Scientists have found a rare quantum material in which electrons move in coordinated ways, essentially 'dancing'.

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09:10 News-Medical.Net New AI-based tool improves the diagnosis of breast cancer tumors

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have developed an AI-based tool that improves the diagnosis of breast cancer tumors and the ability to predict the risk of recurrence.

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09:01 Nanowerk.com Molecular burdocks: peptides guide self-assembly on the micrometre scale

Researchers show how short peptides can trigger the self-assembly of comparatively large nanoparticles into new structures on the micrometre scale.

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08:28 Technology.org Correlated electrons ‘tango’ in a perovskite oxide at the extreme quantum limit

A team led by the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has found a rare quantum material

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08:05 Technology.org Expectable Motion Unit: Avoiding Hazards From Human Involuntary Motions in Human-Robot Interaction

Robots are set to relieve humans of the most mundane and repetitive tasks. Not only would they replace

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07:54 Arxiv.org CS RelicVR: A Virtual Reality Game for Active Exploration of Archaeological Relics. (arXiv:2109.14185v1 [cs.HC])

Digitalization is changing how people visit museums and explore the artifacts they house. Museums, as important educational venues outside classrooms, need to actively explore the application of digital interactive media, including games that can balance entertainment and knowledge acquisition. In this paper, we introduce RelicVR, a virtual reality (VR) game that encourages players to discover artifacts through physical interaction in a game-based approach. Players need to unearth artifacts hidden in a clod enclosure by using available tools and physical movements. The game relies on the dynamic voxel deformation technique to allow players to chip away earth covering the artifacts. We added uncertainty in the exploration process to bring it closer to how archaeological discovery happens in real life. Players do not know the shape or features of the hidden artifact and have to take away the earth gradually but strategically without hitting the artifact itself. From playtesting sessions

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06:43 TechInvestorNews.com US drug watchdog green-lights first prostate-cancer-predicting AI software (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach) / The RegisterUS drug watchdog green-lights first prostate-cancer-predicting AI software - Computer vision tool mildly helps doctors identify potentially cancerous cells The US Food and Drug Administration this month authorized the first AI-powered tool designed to help healthcare physicians diagnose prostate cancer. ...

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05:33 TechInvestorNews.com Legal framework for artificial intelligence advances in Brazil (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsLegal framework for artificial intelligence advances in Brazil - The Congress passed a bill that outlines guidelines for public policies and principles to be followed by companies, which now needs to be voted by the Senate. ...

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05:33 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: All the movies and TV shows coming in October 2021 - CNET (Mark Serrels/CNET News)

Mark Serrels / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: All the movies and TV shows coming in October 2021 - CNET - Its Halloween, so spooky shows and movies are incoming... ...

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04:38 TechInvestorNews.com All 43 movies Amazon Prime Video is bringing for Halloween - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAll 43 movies Amazon Prime Video is bringing for Halloween - CNET - Including Midsommar. ...

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.com Project Veritas Sues Stanford, University of Washington for Defamation (Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/Stanford-0290-767x633.jpgEducation/Technology Media and Telecom/Law.com)

Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/Stanford-0290-767x633.jpgEducation/Technology Media and Telecom / Law.comProject Veritas Sues Stanford, University of Washington for Defamation - This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here. ...

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.com Whats Next: Mistrial in Backpage Founders Trial + Perils of Tech-Based Discovery + 11th Circuit Up (Law.comMeghann Cuniffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/ssl.jpgWhat's Next/Technology Media and Telecom/Criminal Law/Discovery/Litigation/Social Media/Law.com)

Law.comMeghann Cuniffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/ssl.jpgWhat's Next/Technology Media and Telecom/Criminal Law/Discovery/Litigation/Social Media / Law.comWhats Next: Mistrial in Backpage Founders Trial + Perils of Tech-Based Discovery + 11th Circuit Up - Attorney Whitney Bernstein of Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams in San Clemente, California, shares insight into a recent mistrial in a federal criminal trial in Arizona against founders of Backpage.com, who are accused of using the website to facilitate prostitution. ...

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00:12 ScienceDaily.com Correlated electrons ‘tango’ in a perovskite oxide at the extreme quantum limit

Scientists have found a rare quantum material in which electrons move in coordinated ways, essentially 'dancing.' Straining the material creates an electronic band structure that sets the stage for exotic, more tightly correlated behavior -- akin to tangoing -- among Dirac electrons, which are especially mobile electric charge carriers that may someday enable faster transistors.

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29.09.2021
23:38 TechInvestorNews.com Leaked Documents show that Amazons newly introduced Astro Robot Tracks Everything you do (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleLeaked Documents show that Amazons newly introduced Astro Robot Tracks Everything you do - Yesterday afternoon Patently Apple posted a report titled At Amazons Product Event 2021 they introduced Astro, an In-Home Robot, the new Echo Show 15, a Projector Device called Amazon Glow+. The new Astro robot was only introduced yesterday and Motherboard (Tech by Vice) instantly hit Amazons with a negative report ...

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22:40 TechInvestorNews.com AI (Artificial Intelligence): Poised To Transform The Massive Construction Industry (Tom Taulli, Contributor/Forbes: Entrepreneurs)

Tom Taulli, Contributor / Forbes: EntrepreneursAI (Artificial Intelligence): Poised To Transform The Massive Construction Industry - The industry has been slow to adopt digital solutionsbut things are starting to change.The industry has been slow to adopt digital solutionsbut things are starting to change. ...

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22:40 TechInvestorNews.com The TECNO Way of Winning AI Camera Technology Race for the Future (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechThe TECNO Way of Winning AI Camera Technology Race for the Future - With the most extensive and most accurate labeled data for emerging markets, TECNO is leading the AI Camera technology innovation for the AI era, providing consumers humanized experience to capture their style in everyday life. ...

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22:40 TechInvestorNews.com Learn Python, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more (TechRepublic)

TechRepublicLearn Python, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more - Even without any prior knowledge or experience, you can start learning in-demand skills from scratch and switch to an exciting new career in tech. ...

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22:18 LiveScience.com Bright lava flows, smoke pour from La Palma volcano eruption in new Landsat photos

New satellite images of an active volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma capture vivid streams of lava pouring down the coastal mountain range and nearing the Atlantic Ocean.

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21:34 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon unveils ‘Jetsons’-like roaming robot for the home (Associated Press/SiliconValley.com)

Associated Press / SiliconValley.comAmazon unveils ‘Jetsons’-like roaming robot for the home - NEW YORK Amazons new robot can hear, see and follow you around the home, but its no Rosey the Robot. Amazons version, called Astro, doesnt cook or clean like the animated character from The Jetsons, but it can check if you left the stove on while youre out or ...

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21:34 TechInvestorNews.com Google is using AI to help users explore the topics they’re searching for — here’s how ((James Vincent)/The Verge)

(James Vincent) / The VergeGoogle is using AI to help users explore the topics they’re searching for — here’s how - Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Can you get medicine for someone at the pharmacy? Its a simple enough question for humans to understand, says Pandu Nayak, vice president of search at Google, but such a query represents the cutting-edge of machine comprehension. You and I can see that ...

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21:34 TechInvestorNews.com Google Lens will soon search for words and images combined ((James Vincent)/The Verge)

(James Vincent) / The VergeGoogle Lens will soon search for words and images combined - Google is updating its visual search tool Google Lens with new AI-powered language features. The update will let users further narrow searches using text. So, for example, if you snap a photo of a paisley shirt in order to find similar items online using Google Lens, you can add the ...

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21:34 TechInvestorNews.com 4 ways Google’s newest AI breakthrough will improve your search results (Harry McCracken/Fast Company)

Harry McCracken / Fast Company4 ways Google’s newest AI breakthrough will improve your search results - After unveiling its MUM algorithm in May, Google is showing off ways it will tie together related text, images, and video to make searching easier. Last May, at Googles I/O developer conference, the company previewed a new AI algorithm it had been working on known as MUM. Short for Multitask ...

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