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May 28, 2023

Hypersonic hydrogen-powered jet cuts trip from US to Australia to four hours

Posted by in category: futurism

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A COMPANY has developed a hypersonic hydron-powered passenger jet that could reduce flight time from America to Australia to just under four hours.

The European startup Destinus has been testing a prototype for several years and completed a successful test flight of a prototype at the end of 2022.

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May 28, 2023

Hyundai and LG partner to build a $4.3 billion-EV battery plant in US

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

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With an investment of $4.3 billion, this joint venture (JV) aims to meet the soaring demand for electric vehicles and further solidify the position of both companies in the global EV market. Both LGES and Hyundai Motor Group will each hold a 50 percent stake.

May 28, 2023

Apple’s Key Decision-Makers Behind the New Mixed-Reality Headset

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May 28, 2023

Physicists engineer an atom laser that can stay on forever

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Quantum mechanics dictates that particles like atoms should also be thought of as waves and that technically we can build ‘atom lasers’ containing coherent waves of matter. The problem comes in making these matter waves last, so that they may be used in practical applications.

Now, a team of Amsterdam physicists has shown that this is indeed possible with some manipulation of the concept that underlies the atom laser, the so-called Bose-Einstein Condensate, or BEC for short, according to a press release published on June 10.

May 28, 2023

Google AI-powered Search is rolling out — 3 things to expect and how to sign up

Posted by in categories: internet, robotics/AI

Google, the internet-spanning librarian of all of digital time and space, is expanding access to its new generative AI experience for Search — and you could be among the lucky few to try out this new feature in just a few clicks.

The generative AI experience for Search was unveiled at Google I/O and seeks to provide Googlers with a speedier, more natural approach to finding the information they want online — similar to the offerings of Microsoft’s Bing Chat. One key difference between the two being people actually use Google Search.

May 28, 2023

I tried a ton of ChatGPT plugins and these 3 are the best

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Plugins are available for ChatGPT Plus users through the GPT-4 model allowing third-party developers to insert services into the AI chatbot. After testing them for several hours, these are my three fa.

May 28, 2023

Your link to Germany

Posted by in category: business

Understanding Germany: deutschland.de explains German politics ✓ business ✓ society ✓ culture ✓ and global partnerships ✓ with fascinating reports, concise facts, interactive features and exclusive interviews. Current, clear and coherent. ►.

May 28, 2023

Technology Reveals Who We Are, Not The Future

Posted by in categories: energy, military

The 1st atomic bomb was nicknamed “gadget.”

Does this say something about who we are? Or does it say something about the nature of technology and the power to do good or evil?

Today we live in a universe of ever-more-powerful gadgets and humanity has never wielded more technological power because we live in the most scientifically advanced century in the history of our civilization. The paradox, however, is that ours is also the most dangerous century not only for countless other species going extinct but also for our own existence.

May 28, 2023

Higgs Boson Unveils New Secrets: Rare Decay Detected at Large Hadron Collider

Posted by in category: particle physics

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations have joined forces to establish the first evidence of the rare decay of the Higgs boson into a Z boson and a photon.

A photon is a particle of light. It is the basic unit of light and other electromagnetic radiation, and is responsible for the electromagnetic force, one of the four fundamental forces of nature. Photons have no mass, but they do have energy and momentum. They travel at the speed of light in a vacuum, and can have different wavelengths, which correspond to different colors of light. Photons can also have different energies, which correspond to different frequencies of light.

May 28, 2023

Advances in Nanoelectrochemistry: Enabling New Discoveries in Small Volume Chemistry

Posted by in categories: chemistry, education, nanotechnology

In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to Dr. Jeffrey Dick about his work studying the chemistry of small volumes and nano-electrochemical tools.

What is your background, and what first attracted you to this field?

My name is Jeffrey Dick, and I grew up in Muncie, Indiana. I studied chemistry at Ball State University and fell in love with research and education.

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