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The new global “wind atlas” promotes sustainable energy for all parts of the world

Cornell University wind energy scientists have released a new wind atlas from around the world - a digital compendium of documented extreme wind speeds...

Increase the optical transmission speed of the data by at least 10,000 factors

Abstract illustration. Credit: Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) The pulsed laser repetition rate was 57.8 GHz with the introduction of a resonator...

Chameleon-peeled material helps to move the brain-like computing to silicon chips

Chameleon-like material attached to boron is close to imitating brain cells In a new study, Texas A&M researchers in the Department of Materials Science and...

Computer scientists create fake videos that fool modern Deep-False Detectors

Systems designed to detect deepfakes (videos that manipulate real-life images through artificial intelligence) can be fooled, as computer scientists first showed at the WACV...

The black pioneer of computer science is taking its place in the history of technology at MIT

Joe Thompson (seated) and Jack Gilmore operated Whirlwind, the first real-time digital computer and MIT’s first digital computer. Credit: MIT Museum ...

Paving the way for the transfer of information in small circuits

STEM (scanning transmission electron microscopy) Image of a one-dimensional matrix of F4TCNQ molecules (yellow-orange) in a graphene device for tuning the door. Credit:...

Atomic Design for a Carbon-Free Planet – “Basically Helping to Save the Earth”

By Leda Zimmerman, MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering February 6, 2021 Material handling at the basic level, WITH ONEJu Li demonstrates new properties for...

The nanostructure of the silicon anode creates new potential for lithium-ion batteries

By Graduate University of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology February 5, 2021 In chamber 1, metal nanoparticles made of tantalum grow. Within this chamber,...

Harvard scientists open Trilayer Graphene Breakthrough opens the door to high-temperature superconductors

Interpretation of trilayer twisted layer graphene. Credits: Polina Shmatkova and Margarita Davydova In 2018, the world of physics was set on fire with the...

The “liquid” machine learning system adapts to changing conditions

New types of neural networks can help make decisions in autonomous driving and medical diagnosis. WITH ONE researchers have developed a type of neural network...

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Watch the world’s first video of a space-time crystal

The periodic pattern consisting of magnons is formed at room temperature. A team of researchers have managed to create a space-time micrometer-sized crystal composed of...

Treatment for Egypt’s Mummy Rare Mud Carapace – Misidentified

A mummified person and a coffin in the Nicholson collection of the Chau Chak Wing Museum, University of Sydney. A. Mummified individual wearing...

The ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars

Eversed Crete Delta: This ancient structure of the ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars. Credit: ESA /...

Detect COVID-19 with a sticker on your skin

Engineers at the University of Missouri are leading the commercial market in portable bioelectronics for customizable devices that develop a large-scale manufacturing plan that...

Free bioinformatics tool – a simple digital genotype sequence is repeated

SSRgenotyper is a newly developed, free bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to digitally genotype genotypes by sequence using simple sequence iterations (PSS), a task...

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