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18.09.2021
12:13 NYT Technology The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killer Robot (15)

Israeli agents had wanted to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist for years. Then they came up with a way to do it with no operatives present.

21.09.2021
09:35 Technology.org From ‘Magical’ Superfluid to Synthetic Biology, Students Excel in Nanotechnology (11)

Being small is good. Being very small is better. That is the philosophy of Mark Kester, University of

17:53 AzoNano.com Study Shows Nanodiamonds are an Effective Agent in Treating Dental Diseases (10)

Diamonds are valuable stones used in the jewelry and industrial sectors. Yet, in the foreseeable future, diamond nanoparticles, or nanodiamonds (NDs), may become the solution to mankind’s oral...

27.09.2021
16:32 AzoNano.com 3D Nano-Inks Show Potential for Applications in Aerospace, Medicine and Electronics (9)

Mechanical engineering researchers at Michigan Technological University have created a way to make a 3D-printable nanocomposite polymeric ink that uses carbon nanotubes (CNTs) — known for their...

24.09.2021
23:37 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: 31 of the best TV shows to stream tonight - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News) (9)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: 31 of the best TV shows to stream tonight - CNET - Watch the fourth season of legal drama Goliath now. ...

21.09.2021
19:56 Phys.org Growing and treating virtual tumors using AI-designed nanoparticles (9)

The EVONANO platform allows scientists to grow virtual tumors and use artificial intelligence to automatically optimize the design of nanoparticles to treat them.

18:04 Phys.org Tiny nanoparticles improve charge transport (9)

Three-dimensional topological insulators are materials that can conduct electric current without resistance—but only on their surface. However, this effect is difficult to measure. This is because these materials usually have little surface area in relation to their volume, which means their transport properties are dominated by bulk charge carriers.

20.09.2021
00:32 TechInvestorNews.com [VIDEO] Tech Times Exclusives: Spryker Co-Founder and Co-CEO Alexander Graf Explains How Spryker is (Tech Times : Tech) (9)

Tech Times : Tech[VIDEO] Tech Times Exclusives: Spryker Co-Founder and Co-CEO Alexander Graf Explains How Spryker is - Spryker Co-Founder and Co-CEO Alexander Graf sat with us to explain how Spryker works and how it redefines commerce software. ...

19.09.2021
03:48 News-Medical.Net AI can help with the diagnosis of B-cell lymphomas and related leukemias (9)

The presence of cancer of the lymphatic system is often determined by analyzing samples from the blood or bone marrow.

18.09.2021
02:31 TechInvestorNews.com Netflix, Warner Music Sued Over Nativity Scene Shown in Dolly Parton Christmas Movie (Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/AdobeStock_397874285_Editorial_Use_Only-767x633-1.jpgIntellectual Property/Litigation/Law.com) (9)

Law.comALM Staffhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/292/2021/09/AdobeStock_397874285_Editorial_Use_Only-767x633-1.jpgIntellectual Property/Litigation / Law.comNetflix, Warner Music Sued Over Nativity Scene Shown in Dolly Parton Christmas Movie - Read the complaint, first surfaced by Law.com Radar, a source for high-speed legal news and litigation updates personalized to your practice. ...

26.09.2021
00:34 TechInvestorNews.com Dont miss one of the best sci-fi series on Amazon Prime Video - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News) (8)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsDont miss one of the best sci-fi series on Amazon Prime Video - CNET - From dangerous doppelgangers to questionable scientists to... talking scorpions, lauded Canadian sci-fi series Orphan Black has it all. ...

20.09.2021
22:05 Phys.org Nano-scale discovery could help to cool down overheating in electronics (8)

A team of physicists at CU Boulder has solved the mystery behind a perplexing phenomenon in the nano realm: why some ultra-small heat sources cool down faster if you pack them closer together. The findings, published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), could one day help the tech industry design faster electronic devices that overheat less.

18:33 ScienceDaily.com All-nitride superconducting qubit made on a silicon substrate (8)

Researchers have succeeded in developing an all-nitride superconducting qubit using epitaxial growth on a silicon substrate that does not use aluminum as the conductive material. This qubit uses niobium nitride (NbN) with a superconducting transition temperature of 16 K (-257 °C) as the electrode material, and aluminum nitride (AlN) for the insulating layer of the Josephson junction. It is a new type of qubit made of all-nitride materials grown epitaxially on a silicon substrate and free of any amorphous oxides, which are a major noise source. By realizing this new material qubit on a silicon substrate, long coherence times have been obtained: an energy relaxation time (T1) of 16 microseconds and a phase relaxation time (T2) of 22 microseconds as the mean values. This is about 32 times T1 and about 44 times T2 of nitride superconducting qubits grown on a conventional magnesium oxide substrate.

19.09.2021
09:08 Technology.org AI system developed by Stanford researchers identifies buildings damaged by wildfire (8)

People around the globe have suffered the nerve-wracking anxiety of waiting weeks or months to find out if

18.09.2021
00:40 TechInvestorNews.com Learn About Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with this 12-Course Training Bundle (ExtremeTech Staff/ExtremeTech) (8)

ExtremeTech Staff / ExtremeTechLearn About Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with this 12-Course Training Bundle - The Premium Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence Super Bundleis now on sale for $36.99, letting you learn these advanced concepts for less, and contribute to your career in computing. The post Learn About Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with this 12-Course Training Bundle appeared first on ExtremeTech. As web developers and ...

17.09.2021
20:50 ScienceDaily.com Scientists demonstrate pathway to forerunner of nanotubes that could lead to widespread industrial fabrication (8)

Scientists have identified a chemical pathway to an innovative nanomaterial that could lead to large-scale production for applications ranging from spacesuits to military vehicles.

18:31 Technology.org Scientists Create Water-Resistant Perovskite Nanocrystals for Studying Living Cells (8)

ITMO scientists created perovskite nanocrystals that preserve their unique optical properties in water and biological fluids. This material

16:40 Phys.org Effect of electrons with negative mass in novel semiconductor nanostructures (8)

A large international research collaboration led by Dr. Kai-Qiang Lin and Professor John Lupton from the Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics at the University of Regensburg has been able to measure the effect of electrons with negative mass in novel semiconductor nanostructures. The international team includes scientists from Berkeley and Yale (U.S.), Cambridge (England) and Tsukuba (Japan).

20.09.2021
12:28 AzoNano.com ITMO Scientists Create Water-Resistant Perovskite Nanocrystals for Studying Living Cells (7)

ITMO scientists created perovskite nanocrystals that preserve their unique optical properties in water and biological fluids. This material offers new opportunities for the optical visualization of...

10:11 Nanowerk.com Study reveals nanodiamonds to be an effective agent in tackling oral infections (7)

Researchers revealed for the first time the inhibitory effect on oral pathogenic biofilms by high-pressure high-temperature nanodiamonds.

19.09.2021
23:00 News-Medical.Net Specially designed lipid nanoparticles overcome resistance to anti-tumor immunotherapy (7)

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

18.09.2021
00:40 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video: 31 best TV shows to stream tonight - CNET (Jennifer Bisset/CNET News) (7)

Jennifer Bisset / CNET NewsAmazon Prime Video: 31 best TV shows to stream tonight - CNET - Here are this weeks highlights. ...

00:14 ScienceDaily.com Time until dementia symptoms appear can be estimated via brain scan (7)

Researchers have developed an approach to estimating when a person who is at high risk of Alzheimer's dementia but has no cognitive symptoms will start showing signs of cognitive decline. The approach is based on data from a single brain scan, combined with the person's age.

17.09.2021
20:31 TechInvestorNews.com Artificial intelligence is taking over real estate – heres what that means for homebuyers (CNBC: Top News) (7)

CNBC: Top NewsArtificial intelligence is taking over real estate – heres what that means for homebuyers - Real estate companies are increasingly using artificial intelligence in every aspect of buying, selling and home financing. ...

19:03 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Dispersively Probed Microwave Spectroscopy of a Silicon Hole Double Quantum Dot (7)

Author(s): Rami Ezzouch, Simon Zihlmann, Vincent P. Michal, Jing Li, Agostino Aprá, Benoit Bertrand, Louis Hutin, Maud Vinet, Matias Urdampilleta, Tristan Meunier, Xavier Jehl, Yann-Michel Niquet, Marc Sanquer, Silvano De Franceschi, and Romain MaurandHole spin qubits are appealing for quantum information processing, because they can be coherently manipulated with radio-frequency electric fields. The underlying physical mechanism relies on spin-orbit coupling (SOC) in the semiconductor’s valence band, and operating a hole spin qubit requires accurate knowledge of SOC parameters that can vary from one qubit to another. To this end, the authors employ a two-tone spectroscopy technique that exploits the same tools used for qubit control and readout: microwave gate-voltage excitation and dispersive gate reflectometry. Their approach will facilitate accurate quantum control of hole spin qubits in scaled semiconductor structures. [Phys. Rev. Applied 16, 034031] Published Fri Sep 17, 2021

14:20 Nanowerk.com New nanoparticles suppress resistance to cancer immunotherapy (7)

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

14:20 Phys.org This is what it looks like when a black hole snacks on a star (7)

While black holes and toddlers don't seem to have much in common, they are remarkably similar in one aspect: Both are messy eaters, generating ample evidence that a meal has taken place.

12:48 News-Medical.Net Adenovirus-based nanoparticle vaccine elicits potent SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibody response (7)

In a study available on the preprint server medRxiv*, researchers have created a vaccine designed to overcome issues associated with attenuated-virus vaccines.

11:52 Technology.org New nano particles suppress resistance to cancer immunotherapy (7)

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

15.10.2021
13:37 AzoNano.com Researchers use AI to Develop Tool for Predicting Cancer Nanomedicine Outcomes (4)

Nanomedicines may offer clinicians a way to deliver precise, targeted therapy directly to tumors without damaging surrounding tissue. Yet, progress in the development of new drugs that treat cancer at...

07:02 Technology.org QTN-VQC: An End-to-End Learning framework for Quantum Neural Networks (4)

Deep neural networks have enabled a wide spectrum of successful applications. However, many new scientific applications like new

14.10.2021
00:02 NewYork Times Nobel Awards for Real-World Economists (4)

This year’s laureates showed us how to distinguish causation from correlation in the real world.

13.10.2021
23:17 ScienceDaily.com Photosynthesizing algae injected into the blood vessels of tadpoles supply oxygen to their brains (4)

Leading a double life in water and on land, frogs have many breathing techniques -- through the gills, lungs, and skin -- over the course of their lifetime. Now scientists have developed another method that allows tadpoles to 'breathe' by introducing algae into their bloodstream to supply oxygen. The method provided enough oxygen to effectively rescue neurons in the brains of oxygen-deprived tadpoles.

16.10.2021
00:14 NewScientist.Com Your unique pattern of brain activity can be spotted in 100 seconds (3)

Everyone has a unique pattern of brain activity and it can be spotted after just 100 seconds inside a brain scanner

15.10.2021
22:40 TechInvestorNews.com The 20 best new movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO (Nick Perry/Digital Trends) (3)

Nick Perry / Digital TrendsThe 20 best new movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO - Streaming services offer a ton of content, but finding new releases isnt always easy. Heres whats new on Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and HBO this week. ...

19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Friday’s deals: Amazon Gift Card promo, $12 Beckham Hotel pillows, $79 robot vacuum, more (Maren Estrada/Boy Genius Report) (3)

Maren Estrada / Boy Genius ReportFriday’s deals: Amazon Gift Card promo, $12 Beckham Hotel pillows, $79 robot vacuum, more - Early Black Friday sales are all over the internet now and you wont believe all the crazy deals. From the Best Buy early Black Friday sale to Amazons epic daily deals page, popular products from every category have deep discounts. Then, on top of that, Amazon is giving away up ...

18:57 Physics.Aps.org Focus: Dark Matter Alternative Passes Big Test (3)

Author(s): Michael SchirberA cosmological model that doesn’t require dark matter has overcome a major hurdle in matching observations from the cosmic microwave background. [Physics 14, 143] Published Fri Oct 15, 2021

16:46 Phys.org How to program DNA robots to poke and prod cell membranes (3)

Scientists have worked out how to best get DNA to communicate with membranes in our body, paving the way for the creation of 'mini biological computers' in droplets that have potential uses in biosensing and mRNA vaccines.

16:46 Phys.org Making progress towards quantum technologies based on magnetic molecules (3)

An international research team, with the participation of the Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol) of the University of Valencia, has achieved spin-electric control in molecular nanomagnets. This fact offers great advantages when preparing quantum devices based on magnetic molecules. The work has been published in the journal Nature Physics.

09:35 Technology.org Brain activity patterns after trauma may predict long-term mental health (3)

The way a person’s brain responds to stress following a traumatic event, such as a car accident, may

14.10.2021
23:24 ScienceDaily.com In neurodegenerative diseases, brain immune cells have a 'ravenous appetite' for sugar (3)

At the beginning of neurodegenerative disease, the immune cells of the brain -- the 'microglia' -- take up glucose, a sugar molecule, to a much greater extent than hitherto assumed. These results are of great significance for the interpretation of brain scans depicting the distribution of glucose in the brain. Furthermore, such image-based data could potentially serve as a biomarker to non-invasively capture the response of microglia to therapeutic interventions in people with dementia.

21:46 Phys.org Artificial intelligence helps to find new natural substances (3)

More than a third of all medicines available today are based on active substances from nature, and a research team from the University of Jena has developed a procedure to identify small active substance molecules much more quickly and easily. Secondary natural substances that occur in numerous plants, bacteria and fungi can be anti-inflammatory, can ward off pathogens or even prevent the growth of cancer cells. However, making use of the riches provided by nature's medicine cabinet and identifying new natural substances is time-consuming, costly and labor-intensive. A team of bioinformaticians at Friedrich Schiller University Jena has now developed a method that enables much faster and easier identification of small active substance molecules. The researchers present their method, called COSMIC (Confidence Of Small Molecule IdentifiCations), in the current issue of Nature Biotechnology.

17:42 Phys.org Next-generation telescopes could detect the direct collapse of enormous black holes near the beginning of time (3)

The first black holes to appear in the universe may have formed from the direct collapse of gas. When they collapsed, they released a flood of radiation, including radio waves. A new study has found that the next generation of massive radio telescopes may be able to detect these bursts, giving precious insights into a critical epoch in the history of the universe.

15:15 CNBC technology Facebook captured more than 2,000 hours of first-person video to train next-generation A.I. (3)

Facebook has announced a research project in which it collected 2,200 hours of first-person footage from around the world to train next-generation AI models.

16.10.2021
14:18 LiveScience.com Stunning images show how muscles heal themselves after a workout (2)

Scientists discovered a previously unknown step in the muscle repair process.

13:35 Phys.org Martian Image: the ridges of 'South Séítah' (2)

NASA's Perseverance rover captures a geologic feature with details that offer clues to the area's mysterious past.

12:43 Technology.org Same injury, different brain (2)

Five years ago, Odette Harris, MD, professor of neurosurgery and a brain trauma expert, began to weave an age-old question into

11:16 Technology.org Nanoscale lattices flow from 3D printer (2)

Weaving intricate, microscopic patterns of crystal or glass is now possible thanks to engineers at Rice University. Rice

01:34 TechInvestorNews.com How to view and delete your Amazon Prime Video watch history (insider@insider.com (Abigail Abesamis Demarest)/Insider: Tech) (2)

insider@insider.com (Abigail Abesamis Demarest) / Insider: TechHow to view and delete your Amazon Prime Video watch history - To view and delete your Amazon Prime Video watch history, go to the Settings page of Amazon Prime Video. ...

15.10.2021
15:50 Technology.org Fundamental quantum theorem now holds for finite temperatures and not just absolute zero (2)

Absolute zero − the most appropriate temperature for both quantum experiments and quantum computing − makes it easier