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01.06.2022
21:03 Phys.org Bacteria-killing nano-drills get an upgrade: Visible light triggers molecular machines to treat infections

Molecular machines that kill infectious bacteria have been taught to see their mission in a new light.

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20:33 Phys.org Looking ahead to Webb telescope's first images

The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope will release its first full-color images and spectroscopic data on 12 July 2022.

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com How the brain responds to surprising events

MIT researchers have found that one key role of the neuromodulator noradrenaline, produced by the locus coeruleus, is to help the brain learn from surprising outcomes.

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19:50 ScienceDaily.com Newly discovered brain cell sheds light on the formation of memories

The study reports a novel neuron type in the hippocampus, defines its functional role in the brain, discloses its connectivity with other nerve cells and brain areas and progresses the understanding of brain circuits underlying fast brain waves that are often associated with memory.

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google is combining Meet and Duo into a single app for voice and video calls ((David Pierce)/The Verge)

(David Pierce) / The VergeGoogle is combining Meet and Duo into a single app for voice and video calls - Meet is Googles calling app of the future. | Image: Google Google announced today that its combining two of its video-calling apps, Duo and Meet, into a single platform. Pretty soon, there will be only Google Meet, and Googles hoping it can be the one calling app users need for ...

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19:30 NewScientist.Com Advanced quantum computer made available to the public for first time

A computer capable of achieving quantum advantage – a demonstration of supremacy over conventional machines – is the first that anyone can use over the internet

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18:53 Phys.org Unprecedented level of insight into plasma edge phenomena

Producing energy and heat using plasma fusion is one of the promising technologies for the transition to sustainable energy sources. One of the challenges is managing the temperatures in the plasma edge. Ph.D. researcher Artur Perek has built an imaging system known as MANTIS to image and monitor temperature in the plasma edge, and he has improved the software performance to enhance control of plasma edge temperatures. Perek defended his thesis at the department of Applied Physics on April 13th.

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18:50 Nature.Com Loops simplify a set-up to boost quantum computational advantage

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18:50 Nature.Com A tissue-like neurotransmitter sensor for the brain and gut

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18:50 Nature.Com An on-chip photonic deep neural network for image classification

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18:50 Nature.Com Quantum computational advantage with a programmable photonic processor

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18:50 Nature.Com Robot exercises shoulder cells for better tissue transplants

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18:43 TechInvestorNews.com The best documentaries on Amazon Prime Video (June 2022) (Christine Persaud/Digital Trends)

Christine Persaud / Digital TrendsThe best documentaries on Amazon Prime Video (June 2022) - Feel like learning something new tonight rather than bingeing ordinary entertainment? Then check out the best documentaries on Amazon Prime Video instead. ...

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18:13 Phys.org Gold nanoparticles arranged by custom DNA molecules to produce colors

A new technology is using particles of gold to make colors. With further work, the method developed at Aalto University could herald a new display technology.

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16:23 Phys.org Could we detect dark matter's annihilation within globular clusters?

A team of astronomers studied two nearby globular clusters, 47 Tucanae and Omega Centauri, searching for signals produced by annihilating dark matter. Though the searches turned up empty, they weren't a failure. The lack of a detection placed strict upper limits on the mass of the hypothetical dark matter particle.

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16:14 AzoNano.com MoO2 Quantum Dots Strengthen Copper Composites

The development of a hydrothermal technique for generating linked bridge-like molybdenum dioxide (MoO2) quantum dots to improve the physical and mechanical characteristics of copper composites is the...

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15:40 Nature.Com Giant stingray and alien doorway — May’s best science images

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15:33 AzoNano.com Cancer Therapy Could Benefit from Chitosan-Based Nano-Prodrugs

Scientists have stated that polysaccharide-based nano-prodrug crosslinked by stimuli-responsive synergetic prodrugs exhibit great tumor selectivity, stability, and synergetic effect. As a result, such...

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14:23 AzoRobotics.com MVision's Guideline-Based, AI-Powered Segmentation Software Receives FDA Clearance

MVision AI announces that it receives 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for guideline-based, AI-powered software for automatic segmentation for radiotherapy....

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14:23 AzoRobotics.com Techcyte Announces First AI-Powered Mold and Air Quality Reporting Service

Techcyte, the leader in AI-powered clinical pathology diagnostics, is proud to announce Sporecyte, the first AI-powered mold and air quality reporting service, with next-day and same-day turnaround,...

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12:33 Technology.org Researchers look to unleash the power of stem cells to repair brain injuries

Scientists at the University of Toronto and Sinai Health say they have identified a new way to control

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12:30 Nature.Com Guardians of the brain: how a special immune system protects our grey matter

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10:33 Nanowerk.com Water treatment efficiently removes nanoplastics

The biologically active, slow-flow sand filters of lake water treatment would remove nanoplastics from the raw water very efficiently. This was shown both in the laboratory and in larger, realistic tests and modelling.

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07:52 Arxiv.org CS SaccadeNet: Towards Real-time Saccade Prediction for Virtual Reality Infinite Walking. (arXiv:2205.15846v1 [cs.GR])

Modern Redirected Walking (RDW) techniques significantly outperform classical solutions. Nevertheless, they are often limited by their heavy reliance on eye-tracking hardware embedded within the VR headset to reveal redirection opportunities. We propose a novel RDW technique that leverages the temporary blindness induced due to saccades for redirection. However, unlike the state-of-the-art, our approach does not impose additional eye-tracking hardware requirements. Instead, SaccadeNet, a deep neural network, is trained on head rotation data to predict saccades in real-time during an apparent head rotation. Rigid transformations are then applied to the virtual environment for redirection during the onset duration of these saccades. However, SaccadeNet is only effective when combined with moderate cognitive workload that elicits repeated head rotations. We present three user studies. The relationship between head and gaze directions is confirmed in the first user study,

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04:42 UniverseToday.Com Could we Detect Dark Matter’s Annihilation Within Globular Clusters?

A team of astronomers studied two nearby globular clusters, 47 Tucanae and Omega Centauri, searching for signals produced by annihilating dark matter. Those the searches turned up empty, they weren’t a failure. The lack of a detection placed strict upper limits on the mass of the hypothetical dark matter particle. Shining a light on dark … Continue reading "Could we Detect Dark Matter’s Annihilation Within Globular Clusters?" The post Could we Detect Dark Matter’s Annihilation Within Globular Clusters? appeared first on Universe Today.

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01:33 TechInvestorNews.com Qualcomm Webinar: Bringing AI research to wireless communication and sensing (Qualcomm (Sponsored)/RCR Wireless News)

Qualcomm (Sponsored) / RCR Wireless NewsQualcomm Webinar: Bringing AI research to wireless communication and sensing - AI for wireless is already here, with applications in areas such as mobility management, sensing and localization, smart signaling and interference management. Recently, Qualcomm Technologies has prototyped the AI-enabled air interface and launched the Qualcomm 5G AI Suite. These developments are possible thanks to expertise in both wireless and machine ...

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01:10 NewScientist.Com Watch this cockroach robot squirm through a tricky obstacle course

The Omni-Roach robot moves like a cockroach to scale bumps, dodge pillars and wobble through bendy bars, and may become a Mars explorer in the future

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00:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Assistant Personalized Speech Recognition Makes The AI Better (Daniel Golightly/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Daniel Golightly / AndroidHeadlines.comGoogle Assistant Personalized Speech Recognition Makes The AI Better - Google Assistant could be gearing up to provide even better results to voice commands on a personal level thanks to newly-spotted Personalized speech recognition features. Thats based on an APK teardown of the latest Google app release performed by 9to5Google. Specifically, showcasing the feature as its still being worked on ...

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00:33 Phys.org Neuroscientists expand CRISPR toolkit with new, compact Cas7-11 enzyme

Last year, researchers at MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research discovered and characterized Cas7-11, the first CRISPR enzyme capable of making precise, guided cuts to strands of RNA without harming cells in the process. Now, working with collaborators at the University of Tokyo, the same team has revealed that Cas7-11 can be shrunk to a more compact version, making it an even more viable option for editing the RNA inside living cells. The new, compact Cas7-11 was described May 27 in the journal Cell along with a detailed structural analysis of the original enzyme.

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31.05.2022
23:53 Phys.org Researchers develop new method for the technological use of 2D nanomaterials

Nanosheets are finely structured two-dimensional materials and have great potential for innovation. They are fixed on top of each other in layered crystals, and must first be separated from each other so that they can be used, for example, to filter gas mixtures or for efficient gas barriers. A research team at the University of Bayreuth has now developed a gentle, environmentally-friendly process for this difficult process of delamination that can even be used on an industrial scale. This is the first time that a crystal from the technologically attractive group of zeolites has been made usable for a broad field of potential applications.

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21:21 Nature.Com That quick morning coffee might lead to enduring brain changes

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21:12 ModernHealthCare.com A new robot is here to help seniors feel less lonely

The Office for the Aging is partnering with Intuition Robotics to bring seniors ElliQ, a friendly robot.

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20:33 Phys.org Scientists use AI to update data vegetation maps for improved wildfire forecasts

A new technique developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) uses artificial intelligence to efficiently update the vegetation maps that are relied on by wildfire computer models to accurately predict fire behavior and spread.

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Scientists use AI to update data vegetation maps for improved wildfire forecasts

A new technique uses artificial intelligence to efficiently update the vegetation maps that are relied on by wildfire computer models to accurately predict fire behavior and spread.

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18:52 ScienceMag.org Is technology spying on you? New AI could prevent eavesdropping

“Neural Voice Camouflage” disguises words with custom noise

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18:43 AzoNano.com Researchers Develop Nanoparticles to Build Better Solar Panels

Researchers have drawn inspiration from the plant world to create novel and efficient nanoparticles that could be utilized to create future solar panels. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/Panumas...

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Nanostructures Control Ultraviolet Light Generation

Author(s): Michael SchirberBy etching nanostructures into ultraviolet-generating materials, researchers show that they can manipulate the outgoing light in ways that aren’t otherwise possible.   [Physics 15, s72] Published Tue May 31, 2022

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17:40 ScientificAmerican.Com How the Brain 'Constructs' the Outside World

Neural activity probes your physical surroundings to select just the information needed to survive and flourish -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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17:33 Phys.org Chiral-induced, luminescent ultrathin covalent organic framework nanosheets

Compared to traditional materials with circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) activity, covalent organic frameworks (COFs), a new kind of crystalline porous material, have high potential because of their structural designability, versatility, functional adjustability, and chemical stability.

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17:30 SingularityHub.Com A Critical Immune Protein Helps the Brain Link Memories, and Could Combat Aging

Memories are like scenes in a movie, and the brain is an excellent video editor. Take a normal day as an example. A morning routine—shower, coffee, checking emails—is seamlessly cut into one continuous scene. Other goings-on throughout the day become separate cuts, so when recalling one memory—a fabulous bagel sandwich deli, for example—the memory pops […]

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Extreme-Ultraviolet Shaping and Imaging by High-Harmonic Generation from Nanostructured Silica

Author(s): Sylvianne D. C. Roscam Abbing, Radoslaw Kolkowski, Zhuang-Yan Zhang, Filippo Campi, Lars Lötgering, A. Femius Koenderink, and Peter M. KrausBy etching nanostructures into ultraviolet-generating materials, researchers show that they can manipulate the outgoing light in ways that aren’t otherwise possible. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 223902] Published Tue May 31, 2022

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17:23 Phys.org A new arrangement: Using quantum dots to quench the smallest ferrimagnetism

Most people are not aware of magnetic forces in their everyday lives, but continuously rely on them in electric motors, hard drives, and electric sensors. In the race to develop smaller electronic components, quantum mechanisms of these components need to be understood. In their new paper, Dr. Yunori Nishikawa from the Osaka Metropolitan University Graduate School of Science and Masashi Tokuda from Osaka University mathematically modeled the electron scattering Kondo effect in ferrimagnetic substances.

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17:20 ScienceDaily.com A new arrangement: Using quantum dots to quench the smallest ferrimagnetism

A team of scientists have focused on the Kondo effect on minimal ferrimagnetism and attempted to elucidate it theoretically. As a result, they found that the Kondo effect occurred via multiple 'quantum entangled states' depending on temperature and other factors. They also found that the Kondo effect suppressed electrical conductivity through minimal ferrimagnetism, when usually it is amplified in many other cases.

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17:13 AzoNano.com In Situ TEM Shows Why Polymer Nanocapsules Deform

Nanocapsules are widely utilized in various industries such as drug delivery systems. The recent study published in Langmuir focuses on the analysis of buckling and collapse of nanocapsules employing...

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17:03 AzoNano.com Nano-CRISPR Approach to Clearing Food Industry Pathogens

Foodborne pathogens are multidrug-resistant (MDR) and cause a significant problem in food industries. An article published in the journal Materials Today Bio discusses repurposing the bacterial...

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17:03 Technology.org Physicists develop new type of camera to image quantum vortices for the first time

Lancaster researchers have developed a camera-like device able to image mini whirlpools in quantum liquids for the first

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16:43 AzoNano.com Bio-Graphene Nano-Drug Delivery System Targets Cervical Cancer

Scientists have been continually working on creating novel drug delivery systems with increased efficacy and safety. Recently, a new nano-drug delivery system (NDDS) was established based on...

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16:23 AzoNano.com Switching Gold Nanoparticles ON to Detect Heavy Metal Ions in Water

Mercury ion (Hg2+ ) is a heavy metallic contaminant that can compromise water quality and damage human health. Therefore, the precise detection of Hg2+  has become a significant...

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16:13 Phys.org Functional nonlinear optical nanoparticles synthesized by laser ablation

Nonlinear optics is an important research direction with various applications in laser manufacturing, nanostructures' fabrication, sensor design, optoelectronics, biophotonics, and quantum optics, etc. Nonlinear optical materials are the fundamental building blocks, which are critical for broad fields ranging from scientific research, industrial production, to military. After many years of development, nonlinear optics has become the pillars for various frontier research and widely used optical systems, including laser fabrication, optical imaging, information processing & communications, as well as nanoscale lithography. Advances in this topic can potentially boost many disciplines.

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16:03 Technology.org Taking the strain out of parking in busy cities with AI technology

Artificial intelligence that helps drivers find parking spaces in busy city centres is being developed at the University

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15:33 TechInvestorNews.com Tension Inside Google Over a Fired AI Researcher’s Conduct (Tom Simonite/Wired News)

Tom Simonite / Wired NewsTension Inside Google Over a Fired AI Researcher’s Conduct - Google employees claim a senior researcher fired earlier this year sought to undermine two more junior AI researchers by suggesting their results were wrong or even falsified. ...

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14:12 News-Medical.Net Effectiveness of copper nanoparticle-based spray coating against SARS-CoV-2

Researchers demonstrate how copper NPs can potentially be incorporated into filters, PPE, facemasks, and clothing to effectively inactivate SARS-CoV-2.

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12:53 ExtremeTech.com Northwestern University Builds Tiny Robot Crabs

New fear unlocked: tiny robot crab taking up residence in your nose or ear. The post Northwestern University Builds Tiny Robot Crabs appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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11:33 AzoRobotics.com FPT Software Formed New Business Alliance with Landing AI, Promoting Visual Inspection Technology

Vietnam’s leading IT firm, FPT Software, has recently entered a strategic partnership with Silicon Valley AI and machine vision leader Landing AI. Both companies will tap into their Artificial...

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11:22 AzoRobotics.com When AI is the Inventor - Who Gets the Patent?

The day is coming – some say has already arrived – when artificial intelligence invents things that humans could not. It’s not surprising these days to see new inventions that...

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10:33 TechInvestorNews.com Mintlify Uses Artificial Intelligence To Address Software Documentation Challenges, Raises $2.8 Mill (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechMintlify Uses Artificial Intelligence To Address Software Documentation Challenges, Raises $2.8 Mill - Mintlify, which automates software documentation tasks announced that it raised $2.8 million in a seed round led by Bain Capital Ventures. The startup developing softwares CEO Han Wang said that the proceeds will go to product development and double their staff. Currently, Mintlify is a three-person team. ...

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10:23 Nanowerk.com High-performance graphene nanomesh filtration membranes inspired by cell walls

Graphene-based membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies for filtering out nanoparticles, organic molecules, and even small inorganic salt ions. Putting a nature-inspired spin on the fabrication of high-performance graphene membranes for tricky oil/water separations - even in stable emulsions - researchers have demonstrated a graphene nanomesh membrane that possessed high hydrophilicity, super-oleophobicity and low oil adhesion underwater.

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10:03 Nanowerk.com Using quantum dots to quench the smallest ferrimagnetism

Scientists modelled ferrimagnetism on a quantum-dot array in relation to temperature changes, bringing the Kondo effect in line with ferrimagnetism.

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09:43 Nanowerk.com When AI is the inventor - who gets the patent?

It's not surprising these days to see new inventions that either incorporate or have benefitted from artificial intelligence (AI) in some way, but what about inventions dreamt up by AI - do we award a patent to a machine?

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08:33 TechInvestorNews.com Bradley Cooper is unrecognizable in first images from Netflixs Maestro (TechRadar)

TechRadarBradley Cooper is unrecognizable in first images from Netflixs Maestro - First look at Netflixs Leonard Bernstein biopic shows off Bradley Cooper under transformative prosthetic makeup. Do you hear that? Thats the sound of Netflix clearing space on its shelf for the Oscars itll likely win for its upcoming Leonard Bernstein biopic, Maestro, as it offers our first look at an ...

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07:33 TechInvestorNews.com AUO Digitech showcases clean room-use cleaning robot (Adam Hwang/DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

Adam Hwang / DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaAUO Digitech showcases clean room-use cleaning robot - AUO Digitech Taiwan showcased its Class 100 cleaning robot specifically for use in clean rooms at Computex 2022. ...

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00:23 Technology.org The Truth About Cope Cages: Do They Really Protect Against Anti-Tank Attacks? (Video)

If you put a cage on a tank, will it make this vehicle safer? Cope cages, also known

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30.05.2022
22:03 Phys.org Writing with light on titania: Rewritable UV-sensitive surfaces made from doped TiO2 nanocrystals

Researchers have succeeded in producing a coating material that can be written on using UV light and the writing erased again using oxygen. Changes to rewritable paper could help reduce paper waste in a wide variety of applications. The material is made from three non-toxic components and is produced in a single synthesis step, as described in the journal Angewandte Chemie.

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19:53 AzoRobotics.com AI Monitors the Health of Coral Reefs by Learning the “Song of the Reef”

New research indicates that by studying the “song of the reef,” artificial intelligence (AI) can assess the health of coral reefs. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/ Shirley W images...

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18:53 Nanowerk.com Engineers boost signals from fluorescent nanosensors

The advance allows the particles to be placed deeper within biological tissue, which could aid with cancer diagnosis or monitoring.

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18:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM adds side order of NLP to McDonalds AI drive-thru chatbots (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert) / The RegisterIBM adds side order of NLP to McDonalds AI drive-thru chatbots - CEO talks up great economics to franchisees ... through the power of software... AI and creative construct IBM says it is rolling out its natural language processing software to a greater number of McDonalds drive-thrus months after buying the automated order technology unit from the fast food chain, along with ...

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18:20 Nature.Com Brain motor and fear circuits regulate leukocytes during acute stress

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18:03 Phys.org Nanoengineers boost signals from fluorescent sensors

Fluorescent sensors, which can be used to label and image a wide variety of molecules, offer a unique glimpse inside living cells. However, they typically can only be used in cells grown in a lab dish or in tissues close to the surface of the body, because their signal is lost when they are implanted too deeply.

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17:53 Phys.org Astrophysicists simulate a fuzzy dark matter galactic halo

Dark matter is a type of matter in the universe that does not absorb, reflect or emit light, which makes it impossible to directly detect. In recent years, astrophysicists and cosmologists worldwide have been trying to indirectly detect this elusive type of matter, to better understand its unique features and composition.

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17:23 Nanowerk.com Lever-inspired triboelectric nanogenerator with ultra-high output for pulse monitoring

This work demonstrates a new strategy which has the potential for improving the signal of contact-separation triboelectric nanogenerator based self-powered sensors and energy harvesting devices.

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17:13 Nanowerk.com Multifunctional nanoplatform for efficient cancer photo-immunotherapy

Researchers developed a multifunctional nanoplatform based on mesoporous hexagonal core-shell zinc porphyrin-silica nanoparticles (MPSNs) loaded with R837 (a toll-like receptor-7 agonist), which can be used to integrate PDT, PTT, and tumor-specific immunotherapy for breast cancer.

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17:13 Phys.org A new quantum technique could enable telescopes the size of planet Earth

There's a revolution underway in astronomy. In fact, you might say there are several. In the past 10 years, exoplanet studies have advanced considerably, gravitational wave astronomy has emerged as a new field, and the first images of supermassive black holes (SMBHs) have been captured. A related field, interferometry, has also advanced incredibly thanks to highly sensitive instruments and the ability to share and combine data from observatories worldwide. In particular, the science of very-long baseline interferometry (VLBI) is opening entirely new realms of possibility.

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17:13 Phys.org Lever-inspired triboelectric nanogenerator with ultra-high output for pulse monitoring

Triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) can collect mechanical energy through contact initiation and electrostatic induction. TENGs have a wide range of applications in self-powered sensors and mechanical energy harvesting.

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17:03 Phys.org Light-triggered multifunctional nanoplatform for efficient cancer photo-immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy is a treatment modality against tumor growth and metastasis via stimulating host immune responses. Phototherapy, including photodynamic therapy (PDT) and photothermal therapy (PTT), is a less invasive treatment compared to chemotherapy. To be specific, PDT and PTT-induced immunogenic cell death can release tumor-associated antigens and damage-associated molecular patterns, stimulating an immune response.

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16:23 AzoNano.com The Biological Cost of Antimicrobial Nanosilver Exposure

In a study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment, the number and development of an apex predator, the Northern Pike, were measured following the exposure to nanosilver....

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16:23 Phys.org Upconversion-based nanosensor developed for chemotherapy drug detection

As an important regional antidote for protecting the urinary system of chemotherapy patients, mesna (a drug given with chemotherapy to reduce bleeding in the bladder) needs to be monitored in real-time to ensure a curative effect. The fluorescence method is a powerful tool in real-time detection, with the advantages of fast response and visualization. However, background interference limits its application in biological sensing.

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16:13 AzoNano.com Incorporating Nanomaterials to Power Up Bioelectronics

Bioelectronic systems have recently attracted a lot of interest due to their enormous potential for developing fundamental electronic parts for biocomputing systems. A review paper published in the...

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16:13 Technology.org Study examines why the memory of fear is seared into our brains

Experiencing a frightening event is likely something you’ll never forget. But why does it stay with you when

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16:03 Technology.org Robots can improve the flow of blood donations

Blood processing is largely manual. At a processing center, whole blood donations must be separated into cellular components

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15:53 AzoNano.com The Impact of 1D Nanostructures on Potassium-Ion Batteries Revealed

Due to their great safety, potassium-ion batteries (PIBs) have sparked substantial attention as a possible next-generation energy storage solution. A recent review paper published in the journal...

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15:03 Technology.org Study examines why the memory of fear is seared into our brains

Experiencing a frightening event is likely something you’ll never forget. But why does it stay with you when

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14:33 Nanowerk.com Whirlwind in the material: Physicists take the world's first image of a 3D magnetic field

Scientists succeeded in imaging the magnetic field of tiny magnetic nanovortices - called skyrmions - in three dimensions with a resolution of less than 10 nm.

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13:43 Technology.org Seeing how odor is processed in the brain

A specially created odor delivery device, along with a machine learning-based analysis of scalp-recorded electroencephalogram, has enabled researchers

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13:13 Technology.org Real-Time Video Deblurring via Lightweight Motion Compensation

Videos captured in dynamic environments often suffer from motion blur. It degrades the perceptual quality of a video

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11:33 Technology.org Soft ‘Rotini’ Robots Navigate with a Snap

Though autonomy in robotics constructed of soft materials is essential, creating autonomous soft robots that can intelligently interact

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11:03 Technology.org Seeing how odor is processed in the brain

A specially created odor delivery device, along with a machine learning-based analysis of scalp-recorded electroencephalogram, has enabled researchers

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10:33 Nanowerk.com Nanomaterial-enabled bacteriophage therapy for wound infections

One interesting alternative to traditional antibiotics is phage therapy. Bacteriophages are viruses that selectively target and solely kill bacteria, even multi-drug resistant ones. However, scientists don't yet have the full picture of how it works and what the potential risks are. In view of these challenges, researchers have considered an alternative approach where phages are destroyed immediately after use, thus controlling dosage and circumventing undesirable consequences while maintaining the advantages of whole phage as antibacterial delivery vehicle.

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10:33 Nanowerk.com Taking the strain out of parking in busy cities with AI technology

Scientists are developing artificial intelligence that steers drivers towards parking spaces in busy city centres and helps keep pollution down.

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09:04 RenewEconomy.com.au Video: First turbine blade arrives at Queensland’s Dulacca wind farm

New video shows the first of many massive wind turbine blades arriving at the 180MW Dulacca wind farm in Queensland's south-east. The post Video: First turbine blade arrives at Queensland’s Dulacca wind farm appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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08:33 Technology.org NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Captures Video of Record Flight

Imagery has come down from Mars capturing a recent flight in which the rotorcraft flew farther and faster

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.com Photos: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle (Taylor Soper/GeekWire)

Taylor Soper / GeekWirePhotos: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle - Amazon hosted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Friday at its Seattle headquarters, where she met with Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky. As part of a U.S. tour that also included a reception with Microsoft executives in Seattle and a visit on Tuesday with President Joe Biden, Ardern ...

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02:33 TechInvestorNews.com Photos: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle (Taylor Soper/GeekWire)

Taylor Soper / GeekWirePhotos: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle - Amazon hosted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Friday at its Seattle headquarters, where she met with Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky. As part of a U.S. tour that also included a reception with Microsoft executives in Seattle and a visit on Tuesday with President Joe Biden, Ardern ...

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29.05.2022
22:43 Technology.org Why Don’t F1 Cars Have Closed Cockpits? (Video)

Formula 1 cars are formidable vehicles in nearly every technical aspect. Their design is based on the most

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17:33 TechInvestorNews.com I tried Googles text-to-image AI and was shocked by the results (TechRadar)

TechRadarI tried Googles text-to-image AI and was shocked by the results - Googles new text-to-image AI, Imagen, can generate images from text with an astonishing level of fidelity, but its not without its limitations. Text-to-image artificial intelligence programs arent anything new. Indeed, existing neural networks like DALL-E have impressed us with their ability to generate simple, photorealistic images from brief yet descriptive ...

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15:33 TechInvestorNews.com Quantum internet within grasp as scientists show off entanglement demo (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark) / The RegisterQuantum internet within grasp as scientists show off entanglement demo - Teleportation of quantum information key to future secure data transfer Researchers in the Netherlands have shown they can transmit quantum information via an intermediary node, a feature necessary to make the so-called quantum internet possible. ...

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10:33 Technology.org Tiny robotic crab is the smallest-ever remote-controlled walking robot

Smaller than a flea, robot can walk, bend, twist, turn and jump. Northwestern University engineers have developed the

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00:33 TechInvestorNews.com 11 new movies and TV shows to stream on Netflix, Prime Video and more in June 2022 (tom.power@futurenet.com (Tom Power) /TechRadar)

tom.power@futurenet.com (Tom Power) / TechRadar11 new movies and TV shows to stream on Netflix, Prime Video and more in June 2022 - Heres the best of the movie and TV offerings available on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max, and more in June 2022. Happy its nearly June time, everyone! Its remarkable to think that were nearly halfway through 2022, isnt it? It only feels like yesterday that the worlds biggest streamers were ...

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00:33 Technology.org What is energy? (Video)

We like to talk about the energy. It is one of the fundamental concepts in physics. But what

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20:33 Technology.org Thalamus: a brain-inspired algorithm for biologically-plausible continual learning and disentangled representations

Animal brains can use environmental changes at many time scales. They leverage the temporal structure to learn causal

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16:12 CNBC technology This government lab in Idaho is researching fusion, the 'holy grail' of clean energy, as billions pour into the space

Fusion is getting billions in private investment, interest from young scientists. Here's a look at how the government is researching fuel cycles and safety.

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