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21.01.2022
15:14 LiveScience.com Astronomers propose building a neutrino detector out of the Pacific Ocean (4)

The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment would turn a massive swath of the Pacific Ocean into nature's own neutrino detector.

20.01.2022
20:28 TechnologyReview.com Meta’s new learning algorithm can teach AI to multi-task (4)

If you can recognize a dog by sight, then you can probably recognize a dog when it is described to you in words. Not so for today’s artificial intelligence. Deep neural networks have become very good at identifying objects in photos and conversing in natural language, but not at the same time: there are AI…

21.01.2022
16:34 TechInvestorNews.com Netflix Prime Video On The Decline As HBO Max Enjoys A Purple Patch (Sumit Adhikari/AndroidHeadlines.com) (3)

Sumit Adhikari / AndroidHeadlines.comNetflix Prime Video On The Decline As HBO Max Enjoys A Purple Patch - Netflix, the streaming giant that has become a household name over the years, hasnt been the same lately. The platform has undergone multiple price hikes recently without passing any notable benefits to the subscribers. Perhaps our Head Editor Alexander Maxham believes its about time to switch to some other streaming ...

03:36 TechInvestorNews.com Enterprise Low-code/No-code Technology, AI Set To Expand (Terri Coles/Windows IT Pro) (3)

Terri Coles / Windows IT ProEnterprise Low-code/No-code Technology, AI Set To Expand - IT skills shortages and digital transformation challenges may fuel demand for enterprise low-code/no-code technology and AI this year. ...

19:56 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Simple Multiuser Twin-Field Quantum Key Distribution Network (2)

Author(s): Xiaoqing Zhong, Wenyuan Wang, Reem Mandil, Hoi-Kwong Lo, and Li QianMeet Alice, Bob, and David. Establishing secure encryption keys between any two of these users is important for a long-range communication network, but with dubious Charlie also around, it becomes tricky. Twin-field quantum key distribution (TFQKD), while promising for this application, has been limited so far to two users, because of its requirement for phase stability of optical signals. In this work, the authors demonstrate a TFQKD network by connecting three users in a Sagnac fiber ring, a configuration with inherent phase stability. This experiment suggests that the Sagnac TFQKD system is an effective, practical approach to implementing a long-range secure communication network. [Phys. Rev. Applied 17, 014025] Published Fri Jan 21, 2022

19:39 TechInvestorNews.com DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman leaves Google (Kris Holt/Engadget) (2)

Kris Holt / EngadgetDeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman leaves Google - Mustafa Suleyman, a co-founder of artificial intelligence research company DeepMind, has left Google to join venture capital firm Greylock Partners. Suleyman has brought to an end an eight-year run at Google, where he was most recently the companys vice president of AI product management and policy. He joined Google when ...

19:39 TechInvestorNews.com 7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend (axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) /TechRadar) (2)

axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) / TechRadar7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend - From returning dramas to new espionage thrillers, theres plenty to watch this weekend. January 2022 has already given us a plethora of new movies and TV shows to stream, which is somewhat surprising considering the year has only just begun. Still, you wont hear us complaining. The likes of Peacemaker, ...

19:04 Phys.org Sex-typical behavior of male, female mice guided by differences in brain's gene activity (2)

Male and female mouse brains differ in important ways, according to a new study led by Stanford Medicine investigators.

18:41 TechInvestorNews.com IBM Sells Watson Health Assets to Investment Firm (WSJ.com: Technology) (2)

WSJ.com: TechnologyIBM Sells Watson Health Assets to Investment Firm - The tech giant said its deal with Francisco Partners wouldnt weaken its commitments to other artificial-intelligence technology and healthcare clients that use its IT services. ...

18:41 Nanowerk.com Germanium halides serve as ideal precursors to synthesize high-quality perovskite nanocrystals (2)

Researchers used all-inorganic nonhazardous germanium halides as ideal halide sources to synthesize both Pb-free and Pb-based PNCs with high optoelectronic quality.

18:25 SingularityHub.Com Silicon Quantum Computing Achieves 99 Percent Accuracy for the First Time (2)

Quantum computers made from the same raw materials as standard computer chips hold obvious promise, but so far they’ve struggled with high error rates. That seems set to change after new research showed silicon qubits are now accurate enough to run a popular error-correcting code. The quantum computers that garner all the headlines today tend […]

18:18 AzoNano.com Conductive Nanowire/Cellulose Paper Advances Flexible Pressure Sensor Design (2)

Silver nanowires have shown great potential for use within flexible pressure sensors as shown in new research published in the journal, Carbohydrate Polymers. Study: An easily processable...

18:18 Phys.org First detection of exotic 'X' particles in quark-gluon plasma (2)

In the first millionths of a second after the Big Bang, the universe was a roiling, trillion-degree plasma of quarks and gluons—elementary particles that briefly glommed together in countless combinations before cooling and settling into more stable configurations to make the neutrons and protons of ordinary matter.

18:06 Technology.org Researchers will use the world’s most accurate radiation detector in quantum computers (2)

In September 2020, researchers at Aalto University and VTT revealed that they had developed a high-speed nano-scale radiation

18:06 Phys.org Germanium halides serve as ideal precursors to synthesize high-quality perovskite nanocrystals (2)

Organohalides are widely adopted to serve as halide source in traditional three-precursors route to obtain metal halide perovskite nanocrystals (PNCs).

18:06 Phys.org Worldwide coordinated search for dark matter (2)

An international team of researchers with key participation from the PRISMA+Cluster of Excellence at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the Helmholtz Institute Mainz (HIM) has published for the first time comprehensive data on the search for dark matter using a worldwide network of optical magnetometers. According to the scientists, dark matter fields should produce a characteristic signal pattern that can be detected by correlated measurements at multiple stations of the GNOME network. Analysis of data from a one-month continuous GNOME operation has not yet yielded a corresponding indication. However, the measurement allows the formulation of constraints on the characteristics of dark matter, as the researchers report in the journal Nature Physics.

17:55 AzoNano.com Nano Alumina Additives Help to Defend Concrete Against Sulfate (2)

In a study published recently in the Journal Materials Today: Proceedings, the development, manufacture and properties of concrete made with nano alumina are discussed. Study: Resistance...

17:55 Nanowerk.com Astronomers confirm a highly eccentric black hole merger for the first time (2)

For the first time, scientists believe they have detected a merger of two black holes with eccentric orbits. This can help explain how some of the black hole mergers detected are much heavier than previously thought possible.

17:32 AzoNano.com Nanoparticles Enhance Performance of Aerospace Nanofluid Fuel (2)

In an article published in the journal ACS Omega, it was shown that nanoparticles introduced to nanofluid fuels changed the fuel's conductive and physical properties, enhancing it for use in...

17:09 AzoNano.com Tool Shape Variation Influences Nanofabrication Precision (2)

Researchers have studied the effects of tool shape and configuration variation on the quality of the exterior of monocrystalline nickel nanofabrication, publishing their research in the...

17:09 Technology.org How robots learn to hike (2)

ETH Zurich researchers led by Marco Hutter developed a new control approach that enables a legged robot, called

16:12 AzoNano.com Researchers Discover Zeolitic Nanotubes (2)

Zeolites, which are crystalline porous materials, are very widely used in the production of chemicals, fuels, materials, and other products. So far, zeolites have been made as 3D or 2D materials. This...

16:12 AzoRobotics.com Researchers Propose Autonomous Assembly Method of 3-Arm Robot to Fix the Load Plate on Space Station (2)

It is necessary to install the extravehicular experimental load by using the load plate in the space station. However, the extravehicular environment is full of danger, which poses a threat to the...

16:10 News-Medical.Net New technique to help people better understand when to trust an AI 'teammate' (2)

In a busy hospital, a radiologist is using an artificial intelligence system to help her diagnose medical conditions based on patients' X-ray images. Using the AI system can help her make faster diagnoses, but how does she know when to trust the AI's predictions?

16:01 Technology.org CWRU licenses imaging agent to aid in brain tumor surgery (2)

Case Western Reserve University and NeoIndicate LLC have signed an exclusive license agreement to commercialize an imaging agent discovered and

16:00 Phys.org Tracking quantum phenomena in 2D graphene (2)

In recent years, a phenomenon called the quantum Hall effect has emerged as a platform for hosting exotic features called quasiparticles, with properties that could lead to exciting applications in areas like quantum computing. When a strong magnetic field is applied to a 2D material or gas, the electrons at the interface, unlike the ones within the bulk, are free to move along the edges in what are called edge modes or channels—somewhat similar to highway lanes. This edge movement, which is the essence of the quantum Hall effect, can lead to many interesting properties depending on the material and conditions.

15:26 Phys.org Researchers discover crystalline zeolites in a nanotubular shape (2)

Zeolites, which are crystalline porous materials, are very widely used in the production of chemicals, fuels, materials, and other products.  So far, zeolites have been made as 3D or 2D materials. This has changed with the recent discovery of crystalline zeolites in a nanotubular (1D) shape, by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, and Penn State University. The findings were published in the Jan. 6 issue of Science.

13:08 Phys.org Paradoxical material a mashup of three different phases at once, quantum physicists find (2)

Materials that look like mosaics of triangular tiles at the atomic level sometimes have paradoxical properties, and quantum physicists have finally found out why.

03:23 News-Medical.Net AI could lead to better ways to predict the onset and course of cardiovascular disease (2)

For the first time, University of Utah Health scientists have shown that artificial intelligence could lead to better ways to predict the onset and course of cardiovascular disease.

02:41 TechInvestorNews.com What’s new on Amazon Prime Video in February 2022 (Rick Marshall/Digital Trends) (2)

Rick Marshall / Digital TrendsWhat’s new on Amazon Prime Video in February 2022 - Amazon Prime Video adds new titles each month that are free for all Prime members. Check out all the new content hitting Amazon Prime Video in February. ...

02:30 Technology.org Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR: Is it ready for streets? (Video) (2)

Not that long ago concept car designers from Mercedes-Benz revealed their latest creation, the futuristic VISION AVTR. Advanced

01:36 TechInvestorNews.com DeepMind co-founder leaves Google after a rocky tenure. (Daisuke Wakabayashi and Cade Metz/New York Times - Business) (2)

Daisuke Wakabayashi and Cade Metz / New York Times - BusinessDeepMind co-founder leaves Google after a rocky tenure. - Mustafa Suleyman, who played a key role in the companys work on health care technology, is joining Greylock Partners, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm. ...

00:19 Nanowerk.com Quantum dots boost perovskite solar cell efficiency and scalability (2)

Scientists have boosted the efficiency and scalability of perovskite solar cells by replacing their electron-transport layers with a thin layer of quantum dots.

00:19 Nanowerk.com Towards compact quantum computers, thanks to topology (2)

Researchers have compared the electron distribution below the oxide layer of two semiconductors. The investigation is part of an effort to develop particularly stable quantum bits - and thus, in turn, particularly efficient quantum computers.

20.01.2022
23:45 Phys.org Research demonstrates a new technique for improving long-distance quantum key distribution in a real-world field (2)

An experiment, performed by Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRIM) on 200 km of the Italian Quantum Backbone, in collaboration with Toshiba Europe, shows that coherent laser interferometry considerably improves the performances of quantum key distribution protocols in long-distance, real-world networks. The study has been published in Nature Communications.

23:45 Phys.org Quantum tech: Semiconductor 'flipped' to insulator above room temp (2)

A semiconducting material that performed a quantum "flip" from a conductor to an insulator above room temperature has been developed at the University of Michigan. It potentially brings the world closer to a new generation of quantum devices and ultra-efficient electronics.

23:41 ScienceDaily.com Zeolite nanotube discovery (2)

Researchers discover crystalline zeolites in a nanotubular (1D) shape.

23:34 TechInvestorNews.com Nvidia AI Enterprise containerizes AI with Tanzu support (Peter Cohen/RCR Wireless News) (2)

Peter Cohen / RCR Wireless NewsNvidia AI Enterprise containerizes AI with Tanzu support - Validates Domino Data Lab Enterprise MLOps software Nvidia has updated its software suite for enterprise AI. Nvidia AI Enterprise 1.1 adds production support for VMwares vSphere with Tanzu. vSphere is VMwares cloud computing virtualization platform. vSphere with Tanzu creates a Kubernetes control plane in the vSphere hypervisor layer to help ...

23:07 ScienceDaily.com Towards compact quantum computers thanks to topology (2)

Researchers at PSI have compared the electron distribution below the oxide layer of two semiconductors. The investigation is part of an effort to develop particularly stable quantum bits -- and thus, in turn, particularly efficient quantum computers.

22:44 ScienceDaily.com Worldwide coordinated search for dark matter (2)

An international team of researchers has published comprehensive data on the search for dark matter using a worldwide network of optical magnetometers. According to the scientists, dark matter fields should produce a characteristic signal pattern that can be detected  by correlated measurements at multiple stations of the GNOME network.

22:36 Phys.org Scientists confirm a highly eccentric black hole merger for the first time (2)

For the first time, scientists believe they have detected a merger of two black holes with eccentric orbits. According to a paper published in Nature Astronomy by researchers from Rochester Institute of Technology's Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation and the University of Florida, this can help explain how some of the black hole mergers detected by LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration are much heavier than previously thought possible.

22:32 NewScientist.Com Covid-19 brain fog: What we know about lingering neurological effects (2)

Growing evidence suggests neurological symptoms of long covid, such as brain fog, are caused by an immune reaction – and should be reversible

22:02 LiveScience.com Monster black hole spotted 'giving birth' to stars (2)

Black holes have been seen doing this before, but never in a galaxy so small.

21:50 LiveScience.com Monster black hole spotted 'giving birth' to stars (2)

Black holes have been seen doing this before, but never in a galaxy so small.

21:39 TechInvestorNews.com Quantum Tech: Semiconductor ‘Flipped’ to Insulator Above Room Temp (Shannon Davis/Solid State Technology) (2)

Shannon Davis / Solid State TechnologyQuantum Tech: Semiconductor ‘Flipped’ to Insulator Above Room Temp - A semiconducting material that performed a quantum flip from a conductor to an insulator above room temperature has been developed at the University of Michigan. Quantum Tech: Semiconductor Flipped to Insulator Above Room Temp was posted by Shannon Davis on Semiconductor Digest. A semiconducting material that performed a quantum flip ...

21:27 LiveScience.com Spellbinding new 'selfie' video captures penguin feasting on giant sardine ball (2)

A spellbinding new video captures a Gentoo penguin's point of view as it feasts on a giant ball of sardines alongside diving albatross and cormorants.

21:15 AzoRobotics.com Novel AI-Based Technique Helps in Precise Diagnosis of COVID-19 (2)

An innovative artificial intelligence (AI) technology created at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has helped the experts to precisely diagnose COVID-19 in just a few minutes. Image...

21:03 AzoNano.com Entropy Binds Nanoparticles Similar to How Electrons Bind Chemical Crystals (2)

Entropy, a physical property frequently explained as “disorder,” is shown as an architect of order with a new bonding theory formulated at the University of Michigan and reported in the...