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Jun 18, 2024

China could start building world’s biggest particle collider in 2027

Posted by in category: particle physics

The US$5 billion facility would be cheaper, bigger and faster to build than a similar one proposed by European scientists.

Jun 18, 2024

Enel Green Power lands finance for first solar and battery hybrid project

Posted by in categories: finance, solar power, sustainability

Enel Green Power Australia has announced that it has secured project financing for a $190 million solar and battery hybrid project it plans to build in western NSW.

The Quorn Park hybrid project will combine a 98 MW (dc) solar farm with a 20 MW, 40 MWh battery that will be built around 10kms north west of Parkes. Construction will commence within the next few months and it will be operational in 2026.

The new hybrid is one of the first to be announced since new rules were introduced that allow wind or solar farms to be truly “paired” with a battery storage facility, rather than operating and dispatching as separate units. This may impose some restrictions on operations, but can save on connection and other costs.

Jun 18, 2024

Edible robots could end up on a menu according to scientists

Posted by in categories: food, robotics/AI

Fully edible robots could soon be a reality, according to scientists behind a project to create truly edible robots and robotic food.

Food and tech are intrinsically linked. Whether it’s in the increasing amount of high-tech kitchen gadgets, or that you can have just about any food you desire delivered to your door through the touch of a button on your smart device.

Now, one group of scientists is bringing food and tech together in a brand-new way, by creating edible robots and robotic food.

Jun 18, 2024

China Introduces Photonic Chip Capable of Processing Hundred Billion Pixels in Just 6 Nanoseconds

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Chinese researchers developed a photonic chip, the OPCA, capable of processing 100 billion pixels in 6 nanoseconds, revolutionizing high-speed image processing for edge AI applications.

Jun 18, 2024

To streamline drug discovery, team develops algorithmic framework to identify optimal molecular candidates

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, robotics/AI

The use of AI to streamline drug discovery is exploding. Researchers are deploying machine-learning models to help them identify molecules, among billions of options, that might have the properties they are seeking to develop new medicines.

Jun 18, 2024

Towards wider 5G network coverage: Scientists design novel wirelessly powered relay transceiver array

Posted by in categories: energy, internet

A novel 256-element wirelessly powered transceiver array for non-line-of-sight 5G communication, featuring efficient wireless power transmission and high-power conversion efficiency, has been designed by scientists at Tokyo Tech.

Jun 18, 2024

Producing Crazy Textures by 3D Printing Clay With Custom Rotating Nozzles

Posted by in category: 3D printing

Polish artist Piotr Wasniowski is a bit of a mad scientist. An expert in 3D printed clay, Wasniowski’s tool of choice is a “Gaia Multitool Polish clay 3D printer with cheap de-airing clay extruder with rotational nozzle,” for which he fabricates his own nozzles.

These variants allow him to print a variety of crazy textures.

Jun 18, 2024

Greg Fahy at Rejuvenation Statup Summit 2024

Posted by in category: life extension

Greg Fahy, Co-founder and CSO of Intervene Immune presenting at the Rejuvenation Startup Summit 2024.

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Jun 18, 2024

The unexpected behavior of pulsing stars could help us measure the universe

Posted by in category: space

Studying pulsing Cepheid stars offers a cosmic yardstick by which to measure the universe.

Jun 18, 2024

US Government Sues Adobe For Its Questionable Business Practices

Posted by in categories: business, government

In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, the ongoing controversy surrounding Photoshop and Substance 3D developer Adobe has extended beyond negative social media comments and Twitter Community Notes and into real life, with the company getting sued by the US government on the grounds of the former’s questionable business practices.

The federal court complaint, filed by the Department of Justice following a referral from the Federal Trade Commission, alleges that Adobe has been harming its users by enrolling them in its default subscription plan without clearly disclosing important terms regarding the cancellation process, effectively making one’s attempt to cancel their subscription a massive pain in the back.

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