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23.12.2021
02:29 News-Medical.Net Protein-based nanoparticle vaccines for protection against SARS-CoV-2

A recent review article discusses recent advances in protein-based nanoparticle vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.

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02:16 ScienceDaily.com Semiconductors reach the quantum world

Quantum effects in superconductors could give semiconductor technology a new twist. Researchers have identified a composite material that could integrate quantum devices into semiconductor technology, making electronic components significantly more powerful.

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02:16 ScienceDaily.com Astronomers capture black hole eruption spanning 16 times the full Moon in the sky

Astronomers have produced the most comprehensive image of radio emission from the nearest actively feeding supermassive black hole to Earth. The emission is powered by a central black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A, about 12 million light years away. When viewed from Earth, the eruption from Centaurus A now extends eight degrees across the sky -- the length of 16 full Moons laid side by side.

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01:42 ScienceDaily.com Quantum marbles in a bowl of light

Which factors determine how fast a quantum computer can perform its calculations? Physicists have devised an elegant experiment to answer this question.

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01:08 ScienceDaily.com Toxoplasma parasites manipulate brain cells to survive

Researchers have discovered that Toxoplasma parasites lay dormant and undetected inside neurons (brain cells) and muscle cells by releasing proteins that switch off the cells' ability to alert the immune system.

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01:08 ScienceDaily.com Novel biosensors set to revolutionize brain-controlled robotics

A novel carbon-based biosensor is set to drive new innovations in brain-controlled robotics. The biosensor adheres to the skin of the face and head in order to detect electrical signals being sent by the brain. These signals can be translated into commands to control autonomous robotic systems. The sensor, made of epitaxial graphene grown onto a silicon carbide on silicon substrate, overcomes three major challenges of graphene-based biosensing: corrosion, durability and skin-contact resistance.

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01:01 Technology.org What Happens If A Black Hole Hits Earth?

Here’s another thought experiment: what would happen if a black hole hits our Earth? Of course, we all

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00:45 ScienceDaily.com Brain mechanisms involved in learning also drive social conformity

Some of the same brain systems known to play a role in learning from trial and error also are engaged when people conform to social norms, scientists report in a new study. The findings are important, the researchers said, because changing one's behavior to align with one's peers can contribute to community-building or -- depending on the goals and values of the group -- societal breakdown.

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22.12.2021
23:51 Phys.org Scientists calculate how carbon nanotubes and their fibers experience fatigue

Up here in the macro world, we all feel fatigue now and then. It's the same for bundles of carbon nanotubes, no matter how perfect their individual components are.

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23:03 Physics.Aps.org Research News: Ultrasound Imaging of Brain with Machine Learning

Author(s): Rachel BerkowitzA proposed machine-learning technique can convert ultrasound signals into a skull profile, which could lead to noninvasive imaging for medical treatments in the human brain. [Physics 14, 182] Published Wed Dec 22, 2021

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22:07 Phys.org Quantum marbles in a bowl of light

Which factors determine how fast a quantum computer can perform its calculations? Physicists at the University of Bonn and the Technion—Israel Institute of Technology have devised an elegant experiment to answer this question. The results of the study are published in the journal Science Advances. 

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21:04 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Intersubband excitations in ultrathin core-shell nanowires in the one-dimensional quantum limit probed by resonant inelastic light scattering

Author(s): Sebastian Meier, Paulo E. Faria Junior, Ferdinand Haas, Emma-Sophia Heller, Florian Dirnberger, Viola Zeller, Tobias Korn, Jaroslav Fabian, Dominique Bougeard, and Christian SchüllerThe observation of electronic Raman scattering in one-dimensional semiconductors has so far been limited to arrays of laterally structured quantum wells. Recent progress in the growth of core-shell nanowires has opened the possibility to reach the quantum confinement regime for single nanowires. Here, the authors present measurements of the one-dimensional subband structure of single wurtzite-phase GaAs nanowires by resonant Raman spectroscopy. The obtained energetic distances between consecutive electron or hole subbands are nicely reproduced by realistic k∙p band structure calculations. [Phys. Rev. B 104, 235307] Published Wed Dec 22, 2021

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20:57 Phys.org New materials for quantum technologies

While conventional electronics relies on the transport of electrons, components that convey spin information alone may be many times more energy efficient. Physicists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart have now made an important advance in the development of novel materials for such components. These materials may also be the key to quantum computers that are less susceptible to interference.

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20:41 ScientificAmerican.Com Can Quantum Mechanics Quell the Holiday Blues?

Scientists search for hidden variables underpinning our swerving moods and thoughts -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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20:33 Nanowerk.com Astronomers capture black hole eruption spanning 16 times the full Moon in the sky

Astronomers have produced the most comprehensive image of radio emission from the nearest actively feeding supermassive black hole to Earth. The emission is powered by a central black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A, about 12 million light years away.

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20:10 Nanowerk.com New technique tunes into graphene nanoribbons' electronic potential

Breakthrough could lead to high-speed, low-power nanoscale data storage.

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19:58 Nanowerk.com New graphene-based neural probes improve detection of epileptic brain signals

A new study shows that flexible brain probes made of graphene micro-transistors can be used to record pathological brain signals associated with epilepsy with excellent fidelity and high spatial resolution.

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19:58 Phys.org New graphene-based neural probes improve detection of epileptic brain signals

New research published today has demonstrated that tiny graphene neural probes can be used safely to greatly improve our understanding of the causes of epilepsy.

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19:42 Nature.Com Clever substitutions reveal magnetism in zigzag graphene nanoribbons

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19:42 Nature.Com Quantum anomalous Hall effect from intertwined moiré bands

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19:42 Nature.Com Spin splitting of dopant edge state in magnetic zigzag graphene nanoribbons

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19:42 Nature.Com A high-resolution picture of kinship practices in an Early Neolithic tomb

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19:32 Phys.org New technique tunes into graphene nanoribbons' electronic potential

Ever since graphene—a thin carbon sheet just one-atom thick—was discovered more than 15 years ago, the wonder material became a workhorse in materials science research. From this body of work, other researchers learned that slicing graphene along the edge of its honeycomb lattice creates one-dimensional zigzag graphene strips or nanoribbons with exotic magnetic properties.

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19:32 Phys.org Astronomers capture black hole eruption spanning 16 times the full Moon in the sky

Astronomers have produced the most comprehensive image of radio emission from the nearest actively feeding supermassive black hole to Earth.

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19:12 ScienceDaily.com Star cells in the brain render memory flexible

Star cells in the brain render memory flexible. Hippocampal astrocytes co-release D-serine and glutamate for the regulation of synaptic plasticity and cognitive flexibility.

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19:02 Phys.org Novel algorithm allows for efficient and accurate verification of quantum devices

Technologies that take advantage of novel quantum mechanical behaviors are likely to become commonplace in the near future. These may include devices that use quantum information as input and output data, which require careful verification due to inherent uncertainties. The verification is more challenging if the device is time dependent when the output depends on past inputs. For the first time, researchers using machine learning dramatically improved the efficiency of verification for time-dependent quantum devices by incorporating a certain memory effect present in these systems.

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19:02 Phys.org A-list candidate for fault-free quantum computing delivers surprise

A Rice University-led study is forcing physicists to rethink superconductivity in uranium ditelluride, an A-list material in the worldwide race to create fault-tolerant quantum computers.

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18:45 AzoNano.com SERS System Utilizes Plasmonic Nanomaterials to Detect Pesticides

In a study published in the journal Nanomaterials, a unique 3D hierarchic high-porosity functional surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) platform is presented, made by a 2-step...

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18:18 News-Medical.Net Scientists identify a panel of nanobodies with good neutralizing efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern

A team of scientists from Canada has recently characterized a panel of nanobodies against the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2.

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17:18 AzoNano.com Nanotextiles Embedded with Insect Repellent Protects Against Mosquitoes

A novel breakthrough to create textiles with mosquito repellent was reported in a study published in the journal Materials Chemistry and Physics.  Study: Synthesis of polymeric particles...

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17:18 Nanowerk.com Solids with special symmetries for quantum and spintronics applications

Physicists have made an important advance in the development of novel materials for spintronics components. These materials may also be the key to quantum computers that are less susceptible to interference.

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17:17 AzoRobotics.com AI can Help Physicians Interpret X-Rays After Injury and Suspected Fracture

Urgent care clinics and emergency rooms are always occupied and there is a need for patients to wait several hours before they can be attended to, evaluated and treated. Image Credit:...

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16:54 InsideEVs.com Video Reminds Us Driving EVs Will Still Produce Pollution

Just because a vehicle does not have tailpipe emissions, it doesn’t mean it has no emissions whatsoever.

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16:41 AzoRobotics.com Koios Medical Receives FDA Clearance for AI-Based Software Platform to Diagnose Thyroid and Breast Cancer

Koios Medical, a fast-growing developer of medical device software, announced it received FDA clearance for Koios DS, an artificial intelligence (AI) based software platform used to diagnose thyroid...

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16:29 AzoNano.com Dissolvable Nanoparticles Enable Painless Vaccination

An exciting study could revolutionize vaccinations with a novel painless method utilizing fast-dissolving microneedles (MNs). This research has been published as a pre-proof in the International...

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16:17 AzoNano.com Scientific Advances of Electrolyte-Gated Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistor Biosensors

Demand for sensitive and selective electronic biosensors -- analytical devices that monitor a target of interest in real time -- is growing for a wide range of applications. They are ideal for health...

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15:37 ScientificAmerican.Com Dark Matter May Be Missing from This Newfound Galaxy, Astronomers Say

A growing number of galaxies seem to be bereft of the mysterious substance, posing fresh challenges for some of cosmology’s most cherished theories -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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14:30 Technology.org Soundify: Matching Sound Effects to Video

Video editors have to overlay sounds, such as effects and ambients, over the footage. However, this process is

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14:05 Nanowerk.com Miniaturization of optical diffusers based on silicon nanoparticles

To overcome the bulkiness of conventional optical diffusers, researchers have applied a layer of specifically designed silicon nanoparticles to a substrate and arranged the particles in a disordered, but carefully planned manner.

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10:51 Nanowerk.com Machine learning models quantum devices

A novel algorithm allows for efficient and accurate verification of quantum devices.

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09:16 News-Medical.Net AI can detect signs of lung-clogging blot clots in electrocardiograms, shows study

Pulmonary embolisms are dangerous, lung-clogging blot clots. In a pilot study, scientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai showed for the first time that artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can detect signs of these clots in electrocardiograms (EKGs), a finding which may one day help doctors with screening.

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09:07 Technology.org Identifying Roles, Requirements and Responsibilities in Trustworthy AI Systems

We should delegate all repetitive work to AI algorithms in an ideal world. AI algorithms could accomplish some

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07:03 RenewEconomy.com.au Rare photo shows Australia’s biggest wind solar hybrid facility taking shape

A rare photo shows the solar and wind components of Australia's biggest renewable hybrid project looking close to complete. The post Rare photo shows Australia’s biggest wind solar hybrid facility taking shape appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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05:51 News-Medical.Net New AI algorithm can quickly detect x-rays that are positive for fractures

Emergency room and urgent care clinics are typically busy and patients often have to wait many hours before they can be seen, evaluated and receive treatment.

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02:24 ScienceDaily.com Birds’ dazzling iridescence tied to nanoscale tweak of feather structure

Researchers found that the iridescent shimmer that makes birds such as peacocks and hummingbirds so striking is rooted in an evolutionary tweak in feather nanostructure that has more than doubled the range of iridescent colors birds can display. This insight could help researchers understand how and when iridescence first evolved in birds, as well as inspire the development of new materials that can capture or manipulate light.

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01:51 ScienceDaily.com Measuring a quantum computer’s power just got faster and more accurate

What does a quantum computer have in common with a top draft pick in sports? Both have attracted lots of attention from talent scouts. Quantum computers, experimental machines that can perform some tasks faster than supercomputers, are constantly evaluated, much like young athletes, for their potential to someday become game-changing technology.

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01:51 ScienceDaily.com 3D printed nanomagnets unveil a world of patterns in the magnetic field

Researchers have created DNA-like magnetic nanostructures that form strong inter-helix magnetic bonds. These produce topological textures in the magnetic field, opening the door to the next generation of magnetic devices, and patterning magnetic fields on the nanoscale.

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01:51 ScienceDaily.com Scientists create mind-blowing tool to 'see' millions of brain cell connections in mice

To solve the mysteries of how learning and memory occur, scientists have created a system to track millions of connections among brain cells in mice -- all at the same time -- when the animals' whiskers are tweaked, an indicator for learning.

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01:28 ScienceDaily.com Swinging on the quantum level

For many applications making use of quantum effects, the light has to be in a certain state -- namely a single photon state. But what is the best way of generating such single photon states? Researchers have now proposed an entirely new way.

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01:21 Nanowerk.com Birds' dazzling iridescence tied to nanoscale tweak of feather structure

This insight could help researchers understand how and when iridescence first evolved in birds, as well as inspire the development of new materials that can capture or manipulate light.

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00:11 Phys.org Team's virtual reality system for moths may spur development of robots for finding chemical leaks and more

A team led by the Graduate School of Engineering Science at Osaka University, including Professor Daisuke Kurabayashi of the Department of Systems and Control Engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), has shed light on the search behavior of moths using a specially constructed virtual reality system that can independently apply visual, wind, and odor stimulation. This work may help in the development of robots that can find chemical leaks or that operate in search-and-rescue environments.

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21.12.2021
23:35 Technology.org How Strong is Titanium? Hydraulic Press Test (Video)

You probably hear that a lot too: titanium is one of the strongest metals that you can get

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22:46 Phys.org Birds' dazzling iridescence tied to nanoscale tweak of feather structure

The iridescent shimmer that makes birds such as peacocks and hummingbirds so striking is rooted in a natural nanostructure so complex that people are only just beginning to replicate it technologically. The secret to how birds produce these brilliant colors lies in a key feature of the feather's nanoscale design, according to a study led by Princeton University researchers and published in the journal eLife.

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22:34 TechInvestorNews.com How I Made It to Law Firm Leadership as the CFO: Pay Talent Fairly for Their Contribution and Inves (Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/Daniel-Lasman-767x633.jpgHow I Made It/QandA/Career Development/Law Firm Management/Law Firms - Large/Leadership/Law.com)

Law.comTasha Normanhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/12/Daniel-Lasman-767x633.jpgHow I Made It/QandA/Career Development/Law Firm Management/Law Firms - Large/Leadership / Law.comHow I Made It to Law Firm Leadership as the CFO: Pay Talent Fairly for Their Contribution and Inves - Find a leader at the firm who you admire and ask them to mentor you. The person need not be in your area of expertise; the key is to learn from someone whose approach to problem-solving and leadership you want to emulate. ...

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22:34 TechInvestorNews.com New Micron Still Grapples With Old Image (WSJ.com: Markets)

WSJ.com: MarketsNew Micron Still Grapples With Old Image - The memory-chip makers cycles have become less painful, but its stock remains heavily discounted. ...

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20:29 Nanowerk.com Sensor based on quantum physics could detect SARS-CoV-2 virus

Mathematical simulations show the new approach may offer faster, cheaper, and more accurate detection, including identifying new variants.

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20:28 Phys.org An entirely new way of preparing quantum systems to develop components for quantum technology

After the "first quantum revolution"—the development of devices such as lasers and the atomic clock—the "second quantum revolution" is currently in full swing. Experts from all over the world are developing fundamentally new technologies based on quantum physics. One key application is quantum communication, where information is written and sent in light. For many applications making use of quantum effects, the light has to be in a certain state—namely a single photon state. But what is the best way of generating such single photon states? In the PRX Quantum journal, researchers from Münster, Bayreuth and Berlin (Germany) have now proposed an entirely new way of preparing quantum systems in order to develop components for quantum technology.

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20:05 Nanowerk.com Biosensors using carbon nanotube field-effect transistors show great promise

Electrolyte-gated carbon nanotube field-effect transistor biosensors detect a wide range of biomolecules but have a few challenges to overcome.

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20:05 Nanowerk.com Robotic manipulators Inspired by nature (w/video)

Flexible tentaclelike manipulators driven by air pressure can be designed to grasp, manipulate soft objects.

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19:56 Yahoo Tech How Instagram nano influencers make money with under 10,000 followers

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19:24 ScienceDaily.com Solar power: 'Wonder material' phosphorene nanoribbons live up to hype in first demonstration

Researchers have incorporated phosphorene nanoribbons into new types of solar cells, dramatically improving their efficiency.

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19:24 ScienceDaily.com Consciousness in humans, animals and artificial intelligence

A new theory of consciousness provides experimental access to the study of this phenomenon. Not just in humans.

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19:24 ScienceDaily.com Speeding the development of fusion energy

Profile of path-setting method to simulate the crazy-quilt movement of free electrons during experimental efforts to harness on Earth the fusion power that drives the sun and stars. The method cracks a complex equation that can enable improved control of the random and fast-moving moving electrons in the fuel for fusion energy.

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19:16 Phys.org Trapped ion technique prevents their quantum particles from reaching equilibrium

A Persian adage, notably wielded by Abe Lincoln and the band OK Go, expresses the ephemeral nature of the world: "This, too, shall pass."

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19:16 Phys.org Engineering high-dimensional quantum states

The adoption of high-dimensional quantum states in quantum information protocols enables better performances in applications ranging from secure quantum communications to fault-tolerant quantum computation. Development of universal protocols able to engineer arbitrary high-dimensional quantum states would be a significant achievement. Several strategies and platforms have been proposed and developed to this end. Quantum-walk (QW) dynamics have been shown to allow development of universal, platform-independent state engineering protocols. However, the unavoidable presence of noise, and imperfections in the characterization of experimental apparatuses, diminish the overall quality of the state generation.

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18:26 AzoNano.com Modified Nanoclay is a Green Strategy to Oil Spill Clean Up

A green and adaptive rinsing fluid was created in a new study published in the Journal of Cleaner Production by customizing nanoclay with a nonionic surfactant to rinse stranded oil on beach...

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18:26 AzoNano.com Phosphorene Nanoribbons are Promising Route for High-Performance Solar Cells

Researchers have dramatically improved the efficiency of phosphorene nanoribbons by incorporating them into new kinds of solar cells. The solar cell and its layers. (Image Credit: T.J. Macdonald...

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18:26 AzoNano.com Magnetic Double Helices Produce Nanoscale Topological Textures in Magnetic Field

A combination of advanced 3D printing and microscopy has enabled researchers to gain new insights into what happens while taking magnets to three dimensions on the nanoscale, which is 1000 times...

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18:21 SingularityHub.Com Scientists Used a CRISPR Trick to Choose the Sex of Offspring in Mice

“Do you want a boy or a girl?” can be an awkward question. But in certain circles, it’s a question that’s asked every day. Take agriculture. In a perfect world, most cows would only birth females. Chicks would grow up to be all hens. “Sexing” a farm animal when they’re at a young age wouldn’t […]

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18:07 ScientificAmerican.Com How Our Brain Preserves Our Sense of Self

One brain region is crucial for our ability to form and maintain a consistent identity both now and when thinking about the future -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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18:00 AzoNano.com The Future of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes Starts with 2D MAX Phase Nanosheets

A team of researchers has successfully developed 2D nanosheets using novel MAX phase materials (TSAC) with promising electrochemical properties for lithium-ion fuel cells, according to a recent study...

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17:34 Nanowerk.com DNA-FAIRYLIGHTS: Decorating DNA sequences with colourful nano-light for improving data storage

The DNA-FAIRYLIGHTS project aims to lift the digital data storage onto a new level by increasing the binary zero/one concept to the broad spectrum of different colours, where multiple colours integrated in the DNA sequence can encode information in a more compact fashion.

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17:21 AzoNano.com Utilizing Polymeric Nanoparticles for Breast Cancer Drug Delivery Systems

An article published in the journal Polymers aims to give the most recent information on polymer-based nanoparticle (NP) drug administration methods for the treatment of breast cancers. The study...

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17:21 Nanowerk.com Scientists create mind-blowing tool to 'see' millions of brain cell connections in mice (w/video)

To solve the mysteries of how learning and memory occur, scientists have created a system to track millions of connections among brain cells in mice - all at the same time - when the animals' whiskers are tweaked, an indicator for learning.

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17:08 AzoNano.com Nano-sulfur Induces Cancer Cell Death Forming Foundation for Novel Treatment

Novel research published in the journal ACS Omega has increased the knowledge of nano-sulfur use as an antitumor agent through an investigation of nano-sulfur sheets and particles as well as...

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17:08 Phys.org Quantum beam–applied liquid metal nanoparticularization for cancer optotheranostics

Due to their unique characteristics, gallium-based liquid metal (LM) nanoparticles have been applied in various research fields. LM nanoparticle surface-modification design is essential for enhancing the original LM properties and physicochemical multifunctionalization.

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16:42 Phys.org UN fails to agree on 'killer robot' ban as nations pour billions into autonomous weapons research

Autonomous weapon systems—commonly known as killer robots—may have killed human beings for the first time ever last year, according to a recent United Nations Security Council report on the Libyan civil war. History could well identify this as the starting point of the next major arms race, one that has the potential to be humanity's final one.

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16:42 Phys.org How to prevent mass extinction in the ocean using AI, robots and 3D printers

The ocean is the most defining physical feature of Earth, covering 71% of the surface of this planet. It is home to incredible biodiversity, ranging from microscopic bacteria and viruses to the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale.

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16:30 AzoNano.com Hollow NiO Nanostructures Provide Insights into High Performance Supercapacitor Design

A study published in the Chemical Engineering Journal reported that hollowed nickel oxide (NiO) semiconductor enclosed in a carbon framework doped with nitrogen (NiO/NC) was synthesized...

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15:52 RoboHub.org Robot density nearly doubled globally

The use of industrial robots in factories around the world is accelerating at a high rate: 126 robots per 10,000 employees is the new average of global robot density in the manufacturing industries – nearly double the number five years ago (2015: 66 units). This is according to the 2021 World Robot Report. By regions, […]

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15:38 RoboHub.org Call for robot holiday videos 2021

That’s right! You better not run, you better not hide, you better watch out for brand new robot holiday videos on Robohub! Drop your submissions down our chimney at daniel.carrillozapata@robohub.org and share the spirit of the season. For inspiration, here are our two first videos:

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13:07 TechnologyReview.com 2021 was the year of monster AI models

It’s been a year of supersized AI models.  When OpenAI released GPT-3, in June 2020, the neural network’s apparent grasp of language was uncanny. It could generate convincing sentences, converse with humans, and even autocomplete code. GPT-3 was also monstrous in scale—larger than any other neural network ever built. It kicked off a whole new trend in…

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12:44 Technology.org AI Points the Way to Better Doctor-Patient Communication

A computer analysis of hundreds of thousands of secure email messages between doctors and patients found that most

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11:52 NewScientist.Com 2021 in review: When a brain blob in a dish grew a pair of ‘eyes’

Incredible advances in growing living tissue in the lab took another amazing turn in August when a blob of brain cells grew eye-like structures

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06:25 ScienceDaily.com Are black holes and dark matter the same?

Astrophysicists suggest that primordial black holes account for all dark matter in the universe.

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05:07 News-Medical.Net Scientists develop first photo-electrochemical aptasensor to detect SARS-CoV-2 virus in saliva

Scientists at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have developed the first photo-electrochemical aptasensor that detects the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a saliva sample.

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04:55 News-Medical.Net Nanostructured polymeric scaffolds accelerate neuronal differentiation of neural stem cells

Collaboration between different UPV/EHU departments has achieved a promising advance for future cell therapy: nanostructured scaffolds based on bioresorbable polymers and graphene derivatives that induce aligned migration and accelerate the neuronal differentiation of neural stem cells.

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04:07 Nature.Com Journals adopt AI to spot duplicated images in manuscripts

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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02:30 Technology.org Reaching 1000 Revolutions a second, or 60,000 RPM with Lego Technic (Video)

With some clever design, even toys can become a serious machinery. The following video illustrates this point extremely

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02:07 LiveScience.com Frozen tardigrade becomes first 'quantum entangled' animal in history, researchers claim

A new pre-print study claims to have quantum entangled a tardigrade with two superconductor qubits, though experts are skeptical.

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20.12.2021
23:59 Medscape.Com Deceptive Videos Used To Link Athlete Deaths to COVID Shots

The vaccine played no role in West’s death — he died from an undiagnosed heart condition in 2013, seven years before the pandemic began.

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23:38 TechInvestorNews.com Now is the time to get a Roomba robot vacuum at Amazon (Chris Hachey/Boy Genius Report)

Chris Hachey / Boy Genius ReportNow is the time to get a Roomba robot vacuum at Amazon - Finding a vacuum thats right for your home situation can be difficult. Do you want a stick vacuum that is easy to store? Do you want a handheld that picks up quick messes? Or should you take the chance and get a robot vacuum? Well, if the price was the ...

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22:06 Nanowerk.com Scientists boost the accuracy of optical microscopes to image microdroplets in flight

Measuring the volume, motion and contents of microscopic droplets is important for studying how airborne viruses spread (including those that cause COVID-19), how clouds reflect sunlight to cool the Earth, how ink jet printers create finely detailed patterns, and even how a soda bottle fragments into nanoscale plastic particles that pollute the oceans.

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21:54 Nanowerk.com Are black holes and dark matter the same?

Proposing an alternative model for how the universe came to be, a team of astrophysicists suggests that all black holes - from those as tiny as a pin head to those covering billions of miles - were created instantly after the Big Bang and account for all dark matter.

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21:54 Nanowerk.com 3D printed nanomagnets unveil a world of patterns in the magnetic field

Scientists have used state-of-the-art 3D printing and microscopy to provide a new glimpse of what happens when taking magnets to three-dimensions on the nanoscale.

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21:50 ScienceDaily.com Wear and tear in vulnerable brain areas lead to lesions linked to cognitive decline

As our brains age, small lesions begin to pop up in the bundles of white matter that carry messages between our neurons. The lesions can damage this white matter and lead to cognitive deficits. Now, researchers not only provide an explanation for the location of these lesions but also how they develop in the first place.

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20:34 TechInvestorNews.com Axiomtek Partners with Leading AI Chipmaker Hailo to Launch Edge AI Computer for Smart City Applicat (Shannon Davis/Solid State Technology)

Shannon Davis / Solid State TechnologyAxiomtek Partners with Leading AI Chipmaker Hailo to Launch Edge AI Computer for Smart City Applicat - Axiomtek announced its partnership with AI chipmaker Hailo to launch theRSC100, an ARM-based edge AI computer (also named Plato). Axiomtek Partners with Leading AI Chipmaker Hailo to Launch Edge AI Computer for Smart City Applications was posted by Shannon Davis on Semiconductor Digest. Hailo has gained a lot of experience ...

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20:29 NewScientist.Com Higher US welfare benefits seem to protect children's brains

The size of a child’s hippocampus can be limited by stress, and US state welfare schemes that give families $500 a month or more are linked to a reduction in this association

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20:18 ScienceDaily.com How the brain understands one voice in a noisy crowd

Researchers find that the brain is taking an extra step when listening to one speaker in a crowd, and not taking that step with the other words swirling around the conversation.

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20:18 ScienceDaily.com Mirror-image peptides form ‘rippled sheet’ structure predicted in 1953

By mixing a small peptide with equal amounts of its mirror image, scientists have created an unusual protein structure known as a 'rippled beta sheet' and obtained images of it using x-ray crystallography. The rippled sheet is a distinctive variation on the pleated beta sheet, which is a well-known structural motif found in thousands of proteins, including important disease-related proteins. Linus Pauling and Robert Corey described the rippled beta sheet in 1953, two years after introducing the concept of the pleated beta sheet.

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