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Jan 25, 2021

Social Networks Are the Next Big Decentralization Opportunity

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We have the core tech to enable radically more ethical and beneficial social media networks. Here’s what we’ll need.

Jan 25, 2021

H.266 Codec Promises to Reduce Video File Sizes

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The H.266/VVC codec will deliver the same visual quality from SD right up to 8K, but with only 50 percent of the data requirements, making it an instant hit with video streaming services.

Jan 24, 2021

Scientists Produce Metals Four Times Harder than Naturally Occurring Structures

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Their metal coins had virtually the same electrical conduction and light reflectance properties as standard ones, but their optical properties were dramatically changed. Why? Learn inside.

Jan 24, 2021

Scientists Build First Ever Full Size 3D Printed Heart

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Hey it’s Han from WrySci HX coming to you with awesome news out of Carnegie Mellon University. Scientists there have built the first ever full size 3D printed human heart, using a really cool technique that is very fresh! More below ↓↓↓

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Jan 24, 2021

What Is Electric Paint: The Composition and Application of Conductive Paints

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Interested to know what Electric Paint and conductive paints are made of and what they can be used for? This article contains all the information!

Jan 24, 2021

Groundbreaking New Laser System Cuts Through Earth’s Atmosphere Like It’s Nothing

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To artists and romantics, the twinkling of stars is visual poetry; a dance of distant light as it twists and bends through a turbulent ocean of air above our heads.

Not everybody is so enamoured with our atmosphere’s distortions. To many scientists and engineers, a great deal of research and ground-to-satellite communication would be a whole lot easier if the air simply wasn’t there.

Losing our planet’s protective bubble of gases isn’t exactly a popular option. But Australian and French researchers have teamed up to design the next best thing – a system that guides light through the tempestuous currents of rippling air with the flick of a mirror.

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Jan 23, 2021

Fossil-hunters find giant predatory worm’s lair

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I say squish immediately!!


Scientists think they have discovered the undersea lair of a giant predatory worm that lived on the ocean floor some 20 million years ago and would pounce on unsuspecting marine creatures.

Paleontologists from National Taiwan University believe the 6.5-foot-long burrow was once home to a worm-like predator that would surface from the seabed to ambush sea creatures and drag them, alive, into its lair.

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Jan 23, 2021

Watch a diver swim right next to a 12-foot giant squid in Japan

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Giant squids can grow as long as 43 feet and dwell in the deep sea. Sightings are very rare, but in 2012, a diver swam right next to one in Japan.

Jan 22, 2021

Researchers Turn Air into Clean Water Using Smart Aerogel

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Major water shortages are becoming more and more prevalent across our planet, with over a billion people already suffering from water scarcity.

Now, researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have joined the fight to find solutions. The team has created a substance that pulls water from air without using any external power sources.

Their study was published in Science Advances.

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Jan 21, 2021

Artificial cornea allows a blind man to regain his eyesight

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