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05.01.2022
17:03 DigitalTrends.com Nanoleaf adds Thread to HomeKit support for Shapes, Elements, and Lines smart lights

Nanoleaf's Shapes, Elements, and Lines smart lights can now use Thread over HomeKit. This should help simplify network management.

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16:50 AzoNano.com Nanosheet Biosensor Detects COVID-19 Spike Protein in 2 Hours

According to a new study published in the journal Electrochimica Acta, a group of researchers has successfully developed an electrochemical immunosensor for rapid identification of SARS-CoV-2...

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16:37 Technology.org “Deepfaking the Mind” Could Improve Brain-Computer Interfaces for People with Disabilities

Researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering are using generative adversarial networks (GANs) — technology best known

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16:09 ScientificAmerican.Com How AI Could Prevent the Development of New Illicit Drugs

The DarkNPS algorithm has predicted the formulas of millions of potential drugs -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:38 AzoRobotics.com Industry-First MORF AI ArtStick Transforms Any TV into a Mind-Expanding Fine Art Gallery

The art market has been transformed with the advent of NFT technology now enabling people to buy, curate and showcase their digital artwork on their TVs and displays. In 2021, the NFT art market...

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15:26 Zdnet.com CES 2022: Nanotech startup shows off tiny paper-based capacitive sensors

Carbon nanotubes built into the structure of paper form the basis of a sensor technology that could transform the interaction between people and digital devices.

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15:26 Nanowerk.com Researchers find whimsy at the nanoscale

At extremely small scales, looks can be deceiving. While at first glance you might see lily pads floating on a tranquil pond, this image is actually a clever adaptation of a snapshot taken on a scanning electron microscope.

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14:51 Phys.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 on a tranquil pond, this image is actually a clever adaptation of a snapshot taken on a scanning electron microscope.

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14:39 Technology.org Orion’s fireplace: ESO releases new image of the Flame Nebula

The newly processed image of the Flame Nebula, in which smaller nebulae like the Horsehead Nebula also make

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11:20 Nanowerk.com Suppressing the Auger recombination process in quantum dots

Scientists have successfully observed the Auger recombination in CdSe quantum dots occurring at a few picosecond timescales by utilizing transient absorption spectroscopy. The research group demonstrated that the process can be controlled through metamaterial nanostructures for the first time.

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08:28 Arxiv.org CS ENI: Quantifying Environment Compatibility for Natural Walking in Virtual Reality. (arXiv:2201.01261v1 [cs.GR])

We present a novel metric to analyze the similarity between the physical environment and the virtual environment for natural walking in virtual reality. Our approach is general and can be applied to any pair of physical and virtual environments. We use geometric techniques based on conforming constrained Delaunay triangulations and visibility polygons to compute the Environment Navigation Incompatibility (ENI) metric that can be used to measure the complexity of performing simultaneous navigation. We demonstrate applications of ENI for highlighting regions of incompatibility for a pair of environments, guiding the design of the virtual environments to make them more compatible with a fixed physical environment, and evaluating the performance of different redirected walking controllers. We validate the ENI metric using simulations and two user studies. Results of our simulations and user studies show that in the environment pair that our metric identified as more navigable, users were

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08:06 Technology.org Effects of Interfaces on Human-Robot Trust: Specifying and Visualizing Physical Zones

Robots are slowly becoming a part of our lives and are interacting with us nearly daily. Trust is

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05:34 News-Medical.Net Unique nanoparticle can deliver genome editing technology to endothelial cells

The lab of Youyang Zhao, PhD, from Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago developed a unique nanoparticle to deliver genome editing technology, including CRISPR/Cas9, to endothelial cells, which are cells that line blood vessel walls.

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05:22 News-Medical.Net Researchers develop acoustic virtual reality-based archery game for blind people

Researchers at the IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia developed an acoustic virtual reality-based archery game, enabling blind people to experience for the first time this type of technology, which is typically focused on vision.

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01:36 TechInvestorNews.com The best rom-coms on Amazon Prime Video right now (Michael Bizzaco/Digital Trends)

Michael Bizzaco / Digital TrendsThe best rom-coms on Amazon Prime Video right now - Love is a many-splendored thing, and it pairs best with a healthy dose of laughter in Amazon Prime Videos terrific lineup of rom-coms that you can stream now! ...

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01:08 ScienceDaily.com Plasma-based engineering creates contact-killing, antifouling, drug-release surfaces

Conventional wet-chemistry methods used to create biocidal materials are complex, time-consuming, and expensive. Researchers present a tutorial in which they explore a promising alternative called plasma-enabled surface engineering. The technology relies on nonequilibrium plasma that produces chemical reactions to change the properties at the material surface. Reactions can be manipulated by adjusting electric power for surface activation, coating deposition, and surface nanostructuring of virtually any solid material.

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00:26 Technology.org Where is The Boundary Between Black Holes & Neutron Stars? (Video)

Neutron stars are almost as violent as black holes. Both have extremely strong gravity capable of crushing anything.

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04.01.2022
23:39 TechInvestorNews.com Tech Predictions for 2022: Cloud, Data, Cybersecurity, AI, and More (James Maguire/eWeek)

James Maguire / eWeekTech Predictions for 2022: Cloud, Data, Cybersecurity, AI, and More - You might think it foolhardy to make predictions about something that changes as furiously fast as emerging technology. Driven by massive investments, competing for a market that appears limitless, thousands of companies innovate constantly, sometimes at cross purposes. Yet we are human, after all, so we cant resist peering into ...

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23:39 TechInvestorNews.com Intel updates its Evo laptop standard for better video calls and foldable laptops ((Chaim Gartenberg)/The Verge)

(Chaim Gartenberg) / The VergeIntel updates its Evo laptop standard for better video calls and foldable laptops - Intel has announced its third-generation update for its Intel Evo certification program at CES 2022, adding new requirements for better video calls for future devices, expanding the certification to include larger and more powerful laptops, and new foldable designs. The Evo branding (itself an extension of Intels original Project Athena ...

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23:01 Physics.Aps.org Research News: “Black Hole” of Atoms Observed

Author(s): Katherine WrightResearchers have imaged the long-sought electron charge distribution of a halogen atom, with the picture resembling the bright ring-like structure that surrounds a black hole. [Physics 15, 3] Published Tue Jan 04, 2022

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22:41 TechInvestorNews.com Dell put a 4K webcam in its new 4K video conferencing monitor (Igor Bonifacic/Engadget)

Igor Bonifacic / EngadgetDell put a 4K webcam in its new 4K video conferencing monitor - With the pandemic now almost in its third year, its fair to say video calling wont become a smaller part of our lives anytime soon. So its surprising we havent seen more monitors like the new U3223QZ from Dell. It has a webcam built directly into its frame. And judging ...

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22:41 TechInvestorNews.com CES 2022: LG Nova Media Briefing Invites AI Healthcare Tech, VR Headsets, Metaverse, and More (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechCES 2022: LG Nova Media Briefing Invites AI Healthcare Tech, VR Headsets, Metaverse, and More - From telehealth services via VR tech and smart home cooking applications, LG Nova is a concept forwarding tech through startup collabs. ...

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20:53 Phys.org Plasma-based engineering creates contact-killing, antifouling, drug-release surfaces

The deepening concern over antibiotic-resistant infections, coupled with prevailing hospital-acquired infections from surgical tools, implants, and heavily touched surfaces, has ramped up antimicrobial material development in recent years.

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20:41 Phys.org Orion's fireplace: New image of the Flame Nebula

Orion offers you a spectacular firework display to celebrate the holiday season and the new year with this new image from the European Southern Observatory (ESO). But no need to worry, this iconic constellation is neither exploding nor burning. The "fire" you see in this holiday postcard is Orion's Flame Nebula and its surroundings captured in radio waves—an image that undoubtedly does justice to the nebula's name! It was taken with the ESO-operated Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX), located on the cold Chajnantor Plateau in Chile's Atacama Desert.

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20:29 Phys.org Ultrafast imaging of terahertz electric waveforms using quantum dots

Microscopic electric fields govern a remarkable variety of phenomena in condensed matter and their ultrafast evolutions drive plasmonics, phononics and highspeed nanoelectronics. Access to high-frequency electric waveforms is of crucial importance to diverse disciplines in nanoscience and technology, yet, microscopic measurements are still severely limited.

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20:29 Phys.org Resolving the black hole 'fuzzball or wormhole' debate

Black holes really are giant fuzzballs, a new study says.

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20:14 ScienceDaily.com Resolving the black hole ‘fuzzball or wormhole’ debate

Black holes really are giant fuzzballs, a new study says. The study attempts to put to rest the debate over Stephen Hawking's famous information paradox, the problem created by Hawking's conclusion that any data that enters a black hole can never leave. This conclusion accorded with the laws of thermodynamics, but opposed the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics.

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20:08 DigitalTrends.com New Anker 736 Nano II GaN charger has three USB ports and 100W power output

Anker has launched its 736 Nano II gallium nitride (GaN) charger with three USB ports and a combined power output of 100 watts.

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19:50 ScienceDaily.com Gene involved in sense of smell could play a role in the spread of breast cancer to the brain

An olfactory receptor typically associated with the sense of smell may also trigger breast cancer cells to metastasize through a signaling pathway to the brain, bones and lung. Future research could potentially lead to an inhibitor of OR5B21 to prevent cellular invasion and metastasis, thus prolonging the lives of breast cancer patients.

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19:31 TechInvestorNews.com Sonys 2022 Quantum Dot OLED TVs can tweak quality settings using a camera (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

Jon Fingas / EngadgetSonys 2022 Quantum Dot OLED TVs can tweak quality settings using a camera - Sony thinks it knows how to counter the latest OLED and mini-LED TVs from its rivals: add a dash of intelligence. Its 2022 A-series 4K OLED TVs, plus its Z- (8K) and X-series (4K) mini-LED and basic LCD models, can use a new Bravia Cam (the bump shown at top) ...

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19:31 Nanowerk.com Resolving the black hole 'fuzzball or wormhole' debate

Study adds more certainty to theory involving information paradox.

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19:31 Technology.org AI powers autonomous materials discovery

When a master chef develops a new cake recipe, she doesn’t try every conceivable combination of ingredients to

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18:44 AzoNano.com Potential Bioresorbable Bone Implant Developed from Inverse Nanocomposites

Recently, an article was published in the journal Materials, which explores the potential of using polymer nanocomposites for use in bone implants. Study: Microstructure and...

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18:33 AzoNano.com Nanowires Could Help to Degrade Organic Pollutants with Visible Light

The development of core/shell Ag/SnO2 nanowires as a novel photocatalytic material for the fast breakdown of organic molecules by light waves is the subject of a recent study published in the journal...

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18:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Photos Is Getting A Strange Cellular Data Limitation (Chethan Rao/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Chethan Rao / AndroidHeadlines.comGoogle Photos Is Getting A Strange Cellular Data Limitation - The Google Photos app for Android is receiving a new update that effectively removes the option to allow (or disallow) videos from uploading over cellular data. Navigating to Settings Back up sync Cell data usage now shows a Daily limit for backup option. First spotted by the ...

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18:33 TechInvestorNews.com A sneak peak at Sonys 2022 TV lineup, including new 4K and 8K displays that promise brighter images (scohen@insider.com (Steven Cohen)/Insider: Tech)

scohen@insider.com (Steven Cohen) / Insider: TechA sneak peak at Sonys 2022 TV lineup, including new 4K and 8K displays that promise brighter images - Sony just announced its latest collection of 4K and 8K TVs at CES 2022, including a new OLED model with quantum dots for a wider range of colors. Prices are accurate at the time of publication. When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. ...

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18:21 AzoNano.com Graphene Nano-Additives Improve Eco-Friendly Lubricant Oil

A study published in the journal Sustainability investigated the introduction of graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) and hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) to canola oil to improve its...

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17:57 AzoNano.com Synthesis of Effective Nanofibrous Scaffold to Support Nerve Tissue Engineering

In a research paper published in the journal Materials Science & Engineering: C, a group of researchers investigated the effects of gold nanoparticles (Au-NPs) synthesized in situ on...

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17:33 AzoNano.com Near-Spherical Nanomaterial Could Form New Standard for Nitrite Detection

A group of researchers has successfully developed a distinctive near-spherical ZnO nanostructure using solvents composed of polyethylene glycol-400 (PEG-400), according to a recent study published in...

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17:33 TechInvestorNews.com What is QLED? Samsungs quantum dot TV tech explained (henry.stleger@futurenet.com (Henry St Leger) /TechRadar)

henry.stleger@futurenet.com (Henry St Leger) / TechRadarWhat is QLED? Samsungs quantum dot TV tech explained - What is QLED? We run through everything that makes Samsungs premium QLED TVs so bright and beautiful. QLED stands for quantum dot light-emitting diode. If you see a new TV with the QLED label, it means its similar to a regular LED TV, but the main difference is that it ...

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17:21 Phys.org Experimental quantum teleportation of propagating microwaves

The field of experimental quantum communication promises ways of efficient and unconditional secure information exchange in quantum states. The possibility of transferring quantum information forms a cornerstone of the emerging field of quantum communication and quantum computation. Recent breakthroughs in quantum computation with superconducting circuits trigger a demand for quantum communication channels between superconducting processors separated in space at microwave length frequencies. To pursue this goal, Kirill G. Fedorov, and a team of scientists in Germany, Finland and Japan demonstrated unconditional quantum teleportation to propagate coherent microwave states by exploring two-mode squeezing and analog feedforward across a distance of 0.42 m. The researchers achieved a teleportation fidelity of F= 0.689±0.004, which exceeded the asymptotic no-cloning threshold, preventing the use of classical error correction methods on quantum states. The quantum state of the teleported

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16:45 AzoNano.com Novel Hybrid Nano-Generator Could Revolutionize Sports Monitoring

A piezoelectric-triboelectric sport sensor (PTSS) consisting of PENG, TENG, and a stretchable transparent self-healing hydrogel-based electrode was developed in a study published in the journal...

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16:45 Technology.org Collaboration gets quantum view of superconductor junction

A crystal structure that combines a semiconductor and superconductor is a tantalizing prospect to create energy-efficient computers, or

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16:33 AzoNano.com Gold Nanoparticles Could Help Target Breast Cancer via Gene Therapy

The exciting field of nanotechnology and nanomedicine has outlined a novel strategy that has significant implications for gene therapy against diseases, including cancer. This research which...

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16:33 TechInvestorNews.com The Nextbase iQ is a Google Nest-style dash cam with clever AI smarts (mark.wilson@futurenet.com (Mark Wilson) /TechRadar)

mark.wilson@futurenet.com (Mark Wilson) / TechRadarThe Nextbase iQ is a Google Nest-style dash cam with clever AI smarts - The Nextbase iQ is a cloud-connected dash cam with AI-powered features, but it wont be available until later this year. If youve been looking for a cloud-connected dash cam that combines 4K recording with Google Nest-style security features, the Nextbase iQ could be your next big car upgrade. The iQ ...

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15:45 Phys.org Black holes and dark matter—are they one and the same?

Primordial black holes created in the first instants after the Big Bang—tiny ones smaller than the head of a pin and supermassive ones covering billions of miles—may account for all of the dark matter in the universe.

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15:45 AzoRobotics.com Cutting-Edge “Beomni” Humanoid Robot to be Showcased at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show

Beyond Imagination, in conjunction with Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G), will be showcasing its cutting-edge "Beomni" humanoid robot at the January 2022 Consumer Electronics Show. This...

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15:20 News-Medical.Net Study finds pan-sarbecovirus nanobodies can enhance development of super-immunity

A new study found that applying pan-sarbecovirus nanobodies shows a strong affinity toward all sarbecovirus clades and neutralized SARS-CoV-2 receptor binding domains

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00:52 Phys.org A starfish-shaped soft robot that creeps, changes its color, and self-heals broken parts

Natural camouflage is one of nature's most interesting traits. Materials scientists have now developed a material that can mimic the camouflage capabilities of marine mollusks. They created a starfish-shaped soft robot that responds to heat and pressure with deformation, movement, and color changes. Cut-off tentacles can be welded together, and the material can be fully recycled, they write in the journal Angewandte Chemie.

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03.01.2022
22:16 ScienceDaily.com Snapshots from the quantum world

A research collaboration can read out optically previously indistinguishable spin states by using a newly developed spectroscopy method.

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Uses AI to Recreate Lost Klimt Painting. But Should They? (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogle Uses AI to Recreate Lost Klimt Painting. But Should They? - The latest painting to receive the reconstructed-by-AI treatment is Gustav Klimts 1900 painting Philosophy. The Washington Post reports: For decades, only black-and-white photographs of Philosophy existed. Now, thanks to artificial intelligence, we can see the work in full color. But does the re-creation really look like the original? Does it ...

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21:09 RoboHub.org A Robot You Swallow

Torrey Smith, Co-Founder of Endiatx, is changing the reputation endoscopies have for being uncomfortable. At Endiatx, they are developing a pill-sized robot that you swallow, which will then livestream your digestive system for a doctor to view. Our interviewer Abate dives in. Torrey Smith Torrey Smith is the Co-Founder & CEO of Endiatx, a medical […]

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20:53 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Direct Atomic-Scale Observation of Ultrasmall Ag Nanowires that Exhibit fcc, bcc, and hcp Structures under Bending

Author(s): Shiduo Sun, Dongwei Li, Chenpeng Yang, Libo Fu, Deli Kong, Yan Lu, Yizhong Guo, Danmin Liu, Pengfei Guan, Ze Zhang, Jianghua Chen, Wenquan Ming, Lihua Wang, and Xiaodong HanBending silver nanowires leads to a previously unseen series of phase transformations, FCC → BCC → HCP → FCC, where the last is a twin version of the starting FCC structure. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 015701] Published Mon Jan 03, 2022

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20:18 ScienceDaily.com Self-healing nanomaterials usable in solar panels and other electronic devices

The field of self-repairing materials is rapidly expanding, and what used to be science fiction might soon become reality, thanks to scientists who developed eco-friendly nanocrystal semiconductors capable of self-healing. Their findings describe the process, in which a group of materials called double perovskites display self-healing properties after being damaged by the radiation of an electron beam.

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19:10 Phys.org Video: We made our own Pop Rocks-style popping candy, so you don't have to

Pop Rocks is a popular brand of popping candy manufactured and sold by Zeta Espacial S.A. The candies are just sugar and carbon dioxide, but making your own version of them at home is harder than it looks.

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19:10 Phys.org Self‐healing crystal voids in double perovskite nanocrystal

From the Terminator to Spiderman's suit, self-repairing robots and devices abound in sci-fi movies. In reality, though, wear and tear reduce the effectiveness of electronic devices until they need to be replaced. What is the cracked screen of your mobile phone healing itself overnight, or the solar panels providing energy to satellites continually repairing the damage caused by micro-meteorites?

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17:57 Phys.org Video: How to kick a pulsar out of the galaxy

Pulsars are neutron stars. They are formed when an old star explodes as a supernova, so you would expect to find them in the center of its supernova remnant. But not always. Astronomers have learned that some pulsars are ejected from its remnant. The Very Large Array has discovered one pulsar that is quite a kick.

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17:22 Phys.org AI-powered chatbots, designed ethically, can support high-quality university teaching

While COVID-19 forced an emergency transformation to online learning at universities, learning how to teach efficiently and effectively online using different platforms and tools is a positive addition to education and is here to stay.

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16:59 Phys.org Quantum imaging: Pushing the boundaries of optics

Quantum mechanically entangled light particles break down the boundaries of conventional optics and allow a glimpse into previously invisible wavelength ranges, thus bringing about new possibilities for imaging techniques, microscopy and spectroscopy. Unearthing these possibilities and creating technological solutions was the goal of the Fraunhofer lighthouse project QUILT, the results of which are now available.

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16:59 Phys.org Video: Orbital badminton in 360 degrees

Experience an orbital badminton match on the International Space Station ISS in 360° as ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer challenges his crewmates and Japanese spaceflight participants Yusaku Maezawa and Yozo Hirano.

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15:37 ExtremeTech.com The Air Force Wants LIDAR on Robot Dogs

Robot dogs have gained another superpower, and this time, it's the ability to "see" spaces and produce digital replications on humans' behalf. The post The Air Force Wants LIDAR on Robot Dogs appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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10:11 Technology.org Explainable AI, but explainable to whom? An explorative case study of xAI in healthcare

AI has tremendous applications in healthcare and beyond. It could make our existing systems faster, more efficient, and

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09:57 BBC Health NHS hospital uses robot technology

Southmead hospital in Bristol is using robots to help improve services.

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02.01.2022
19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Watch a young Bill Gates discuss Microsoft and Apples rises in a 1994 employee orientation video (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsWatch a young Bill Gates discuss Microsoft and Apples rises in a 1994 employee orientation video - A 15-minute video, restored and posted online, features a 39-year-old Bill Gates discussing the founding of Microsoft and collaborations with future rival Apple. ...

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16:37 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video eyes up 8K TV shows – but is it a play for new Samsung TVs? (henry.stleger@futurenet.com (Henry St Leger) /TechRadar)

henry.stleger@futurenet.com (Henry St Leger) / TechRadarAmazon Prime Video eyes up 8K TV shows – but is it a play for new Samsung TVs? - Prime Video joins the 8K Association but what does this mean for viewers? 8K TVs are here to stay, and it looks like Amazon Prime Video is getting fully behind the upgraded resolution technology. Prime Video is the latest member of the 8K Association, a cross-industry body that exists ...

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12:51 NewScientist.Com 2022 preview: Quantum computers may finally become useful tools

"Google and other research teams have proved that quantum computers can operate faster than a regu-lar machine, but in 2022 we might actually see them tackle useful problems

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00:08 Technology.org Runaway Truck Ramp: When There is no Other Way to Stop a Heavy Vehicle (Video)

Every driver knows: sometimes technical problems happen even with the best cars. And sometimes those problems happen in

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01.01.2022
21:05 ScientificAmerican.Com Genetic Therapies for Brain Diseases

Hopes are high for a class of drug that could treat neurodegenerative conditions—but a recent clinical trial has brought the field up short -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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14:06 Technology.org Edge Robotics: Edge-Computing-Accelerated Multi-Robot Simultaneous Localization and Mapping

Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) is an approach that aims to simultaneously construct a graphic map and track

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08:33 CNBC health care Pictures of the world ushering in 2022, as omicron weighs on New Year celebrations

From Sydney to Shanghai to New York and Paris, the world ushered in 2022 with New Year celebrations that were largely overshadowed by pandemic concerns.

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31.12.2021
22:37 TechInvestorNews.com The 44 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now (Derek Malcolm/Digital Trends)

Derek Malcolm / Digital TrendsThe 44 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now - With a new year comes more movies to watch. Luckily were here to help sift through the duds with our list of the best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now. ...

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19:32 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 long-awaited reunions to brand new sci-fi adventures, theres plenty to watch this weekend. That was one helluva year, wasnt it? Sure, the global pandemic continued to grab most of the headlines in 2021, but weve also been treated to some darn good movies and TV shows over the last ...

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18:34 TechInvestorNews.com Engadget Podcast: Quantum Dot OLED and other tech were expecting at CES 2022 (Devindra Hardawar/Engadget)

Devindra Hardawar / EngadgetEngadget Podcast: Quantum Dot OLED and other tech were expecting at CES 2022 - Were back from the holidays and gearing up to (virtually) cover CES 2022. Cherlynn and Devindra chat about some of the most interesting new tech we expect to see, like Quantum Dot OLED displays and new CPUs. And they discuss what the global chip shortage could mean for CES and ...

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18:07 SingularityHub.Com Some Black Holes Are Anything But Black—and Scientists Found 75,000 of the Brightest Ones

When the most massive stars die, they collapse to form some of the densest objects known in the universe: black holes. They are the “darkest” objects in the cosmos, as not even light can escape their incredibly strong gravity. Because of this, it’s impossible to directly image black holes, making them mysterious and quite perplexing. […]

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15:04 AzoNano.com Applications of Graphene Based Nanomaterial Functionalization

Researchers have published a paper in the Journal of Molecular Liquids that systematized the origins of graphene-based nanomaterials (GBN) functionalization utilizing organic and inorganic...

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09:14 AzoRobotics.com DX Spot Application Uses AI Trading Bots to Provide Strategies in the Cryptocurrency Field

DX Spot application began to help out and provide solutions to the traders on crypto exchanges. The rise and fall of the coins cannot be predicted in the crypto market. As a result, traders often...

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08:40 Technology.org Deep Video Prediction for Time Series Forecasting

Predicting the future has applications ranging from stock market analysis to weather forecasts to predicting life on Earth

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08:17 AzoNano.com Strawberry Yield and Quality Improved After CuO2 Nanoparticle Exposure

A new finding written in the journal Science of The Total Environment involving CuO2 nanoparticles has shown an increase in the yield and quality of strawberries after exposure....

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03:15 ScienceDaily.com Nanotube fibers stand strong -- but for how long?

A study calculates how cyclic strain and stress affects nanotubes and describes how fibers under cyclic loads can fail over time.

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02:52 ScienceDaily.com A-list candidate for fault-free quantum computing delivers surprise

Superconducting uranium ditelluride is a promising material in the race to create fault-tolerant quantum computers, but physicists are rethinking how superconductivity arises in the material in light of puzzling new experimental evidence.

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00:39 TechInvestorNews.com Students From Six Law Schools Develop New Legal Tech Ideas in Liberty Mutuals Legal Design Challeng (Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/Beth-Morahan-767x633.jpgProduct Review/QandA/Law Schools/Innovation/Legal Education/Legal Technology/Young Professionals/Law.com)

Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/Beth-Morahan-767x633.jpgProduct Review/QandA/Law Schools/Innovation/Legal Education/Legal Technology/Young Professionals / Law.comStudents From Six Law Schools Develop New Legal Tech Ideas in Liberty Mutuals Legal Design Challeng - Law is about information. No matter what type of practice area youre in, knowing how to access information and make sense of it and deliver it back to your clients is the key to doing good work. ...

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30.12.2021
18:49 AzoRobotics.com AI-Powered Applications to Convert Macao into a Smart City

The University of Macau (UM), to help develop Macao into a smart city and also in the diversification of the local economy with technological advancements, is creating numerous novel applications on...

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18:37 AzoNano.com Gold Nanocones Utilized to Fight Drug-Resistant Ovarian Cancer

Novel research investigating triple combination therapy against ovarian cancer has been undertaken and published in the journal, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. This exciting research utilized ultrasonic...

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17:28 AzoNano.com Biosynthesized Silver Nanoparticles Produce Successful Nanosensor

Extremely selective silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) were biochemically synthesized from Nilgirianthus Ciliatus leaves (NCL) harvest for spectrophotometric determination of Zn (II) ions to create nano...

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16:53 AzoNano.com Green Single Step Manufacture of Mn Nanoparticles for Nanofertlizer Use

In latest the latest study published in the journal Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, ​​​​​​​green manganese...

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16:28 AzoNano.com Carbon Nanotubes-Graphene Electrode Paste Detects NSAIDs in Water

In a study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, using a basic mix of graphene and multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) as an electrode paste,...

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16:28 Phys.org Plasma lensing discovered in black widow pulsar

Using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), a research team led by Dr. Wang Shuangqiang from the Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory (XAO) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered plasma lensing phenomenon in a black widow pulsar PSR J1720-0533.

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12:36 TechInvestorNews.com Big Tech Journeys Into the Virtual Reality Reaches of the Metaverse (Cade Metz/New York Times - Technology)

Cade Metz / New York Times - TechnologyBig Tech Journeys Into the Virtual Reality Reaches of the Metaverse - Techs biggest companies are joining game makers and start-ups in pursuit of an immersive digital world that some have been working on for years. ...

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11:12 NYT Technology Big Tech Journeys Into the Virtual Reality Reaches of the Metaverse

Tech’s biggest companies are joining game makers and start-ups in pursuit of an immersive digital world that some have been working on for years.

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09:40 Arxiv.org Physics The Nobel prizes in physics for astrophysics and gravitation and the Nobel prize for black holes: Past, present, and future. (arXiv:2112.14346v1 [physics.hist-ph])

We analyze the Nobel prizes in physics for astrophysics and gravitation since the establishment of the prize and highlight the 2020 Nobel prize for black holes. In addition, we comment on the names that could have received the prize in astrophysics and gravitation, and draw attention to the individuals who made outstanding contributions to black hole physics and astrophysics and should be mentioned as possible and deserved recipients of the prize. We speculate about the branches of research in astrophysics and gravitation, with an emphasis on the latter, that can be contemplated in the future with a Nobel prize.

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09:35 NewScientist.Com Can Elon Musk and Tesla really build a humanoid robot in 2022?

The car company’s expertise in AI could help it design a working prototype, but delivering a reliable product on schedule will be challenging

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08:53 Technology.org Symbolic AI for XAI: Evaluating LFIT Inductive Programming for Fair and Explainable Automatic Recruitment

Machine learning algorithms have had tremendous success in various fields, including speech recognition, image classification, machine translation, etc.

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04:06 RoboHub.org Brett Aldrich: State Machines for Complex Robot Behavior | Sense Think Act Podcast #10

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Brett Aldrich, author of SMACC and CEO of Robosoft AI. Robosoft AI develops and maintains SMACC and SMACC2, which are event-driven, behavior state machine libraries for ROS 1 and ROS 2, respectively. Brett explains SMACC, its origins, other strategies for robot control such as behavior trees, speaks about the […]

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29.12.2021
22:34 TechInvestorNews.com How Law Firms Can Gain a Competitive Advantage With Financial Intelligence (Law.comAri Kaplanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/finance3_767.jpgBest Practices/Legal Operations/Legal Practice Management/Legal Technology/Law.com)

Law.comAri Kaplanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/finance3_767.jpgBest Practices/Legal Operations/Legal Practice Management/Legal Technology / Law.comHow Law Firms Can Gain a Competitive Advantage With Financial Intelligence - The results of a new report Implementing Financial Intelligence to Give Law Firms a Competitive Advantage in 2022 and Beyond revealed a striking shift in the role of law firm finance leaders, both in their value and impact. Many are using data to drive change in their organizations, ...

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21:35 TechInvestorNews.com Georgia Tech Wins Commerce Department Grant to Develop AI Manufacturing Economic Corridor (Shannon Davis/Solid State Technology)

Shannon Davis / Solid State TechnologyGeorgia Tech Wins Commerce Department Grant to Develop AI Manufacturing Economic Corridor - The Georgia Institute of Technology was awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerces Economic Development Administration (EDA) as part of its $1 billionBuild Back Better Regional Challenge. Georgia Tech Wins Commerce Department Grant to Develop AI Manufacturing Economic Corridor was posted by Shannon Davis on Semiconductor Digest. As ...

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20:36 TechInvestorNews.com Best streaming service of 2022: Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, ESPN Plus and more (Alison DeNisco Rayome/CNET News)

Alison DeNisco Rayome / CNET NewsBest streaming service of 2022: Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, ESPN Plus and more - We rank the best streaming platforms and compare shows, movies, sports, features, and price. ...

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20:36 TechInvestorNews.com Legal Techs Predictions for Remote Work and COVID-19 in 2022 (Law.comZach Warrenhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/397/2021/12/Video-conference-767x633-2.jpgCommentary/Weekend Editor's Picks/COVID-19/Law Firm Management/Legal Operations/Risk and Compliance/Law.com)

Law.comZach Warrenhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/397/2021/12/Video-conference-767x633-2.jpgCommentary/Weekend Editor's Picks/COVID-19/Law Firm Management/Legal Operations/Risk and Compliance / Law.comLegal Techs Predictions for Remote Work and COVID-19 in 2022 - Almost two years out from the initial COVID-19 surge, the legal industry is still working out the hybrid work split, labor and security issues stemming from remote employees, and more. Heres what attorneys and legal technologists expect from a still-up-in-the-air 2022. ...

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18:56 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Low-Loss Ferrite Circulator as a Tunable Chiral Quantum System

Author(s): Ying-Ying Wang, Sean van Geldern, Thomas Connolly, Yu-Xin Wang, Alexander Shilcusky, Alexander McDonald, Aashish A. Clerk, and Chen WangMicrowave circulators are usually treated as auxiliary, classical components in superconducting quantum computing. This study integrates the cavity-magnon polariton modes of a custom-built circulator with superconducting microwave cavities to implement a tunable nonreciprocal interaction. The apparatus is well described by a non-Hermitian Hamiltonian, yielding a theoretical framework to model other nonreciprocally coupled circuit elements on the same platform in the future. The experiment also showcases an experimental probe of the left and right eigenvectors associated with the non-Hermitian Hamiltonian. [Phys. Rev. Applied 16, 064066] Published Wed Dec 29, 2021

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18:50 AzoNano.com Helium Nanodroplets Collide with Surfaces and Act Like Water Droplets

Researchers from the Department of Ion Physics and Applied Physics headed by Fabio Zappa and Paul Scheier observed an astonishing phenomenon while investigating helium nanodroplets. Ions packed in...

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18:38 TechInvestorNews.com Learn artificial intelligence, machine learning, Python and more for under $30 (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsLearn artificial intelligence, machine learning, Python and more for under $30 - Even with no tech experience, you can learn highly marketable skills to start and advance in a lucrative tech career without taking any time off from your full-time job. ...

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