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Jul 22, 2024

Discovery of ‘dark oxygen’ from deep-sea metal lumps could trigger rethink of origins of life

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In a global first, scientists working in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone in the North Pacific Ocean have found that metallic nodules on the seafloor produce their own oxygen, dubbed “dark oxygen.”

Jul 22, 2024

AI Model Enhances Heart Scan Analysis

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

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Experts from the Universities of East Anglia, Sheffield, and Leeds have developed a new groundbreaking AI method that improves the accuracy and efficiency of analyzing MRI heart scans. This innovation could provide a way for faster, more accurate, and non-invasive diagnosis of heart failure and other cardiac conditions, thus saving valuable time and resources for the healthcare sector.

According to Innovation News Network, the research team used data from 814 patients at Sheffield and Leeds Teaching Hospitals to train an AI model, which was then tested using scans and data from 101 patients at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals to ensure accuracy.

Jul 22, 2024

The Silent Voice: How Generative AI is Giving Speech to the Speechless?

Posted by in categories: military, neuroscience, robotics/AI

Mind to speech tech. Remember. Military is using secret tech. Thats not modern stuff… It only looks like.

Introduction to Brain-Computer Interface Technology.

Jul 22, 2024

Breakthroughs in immunotherapy: glycoproteins as predictive biomarkers for therapeutic response

Posted by in category: innovation

Serum-based glycoproteins demonstrate success in predicting immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy outcomes.

Jul 22, 2024

Identical twins were raised in different countries. Here’s how they differ today

Posted by in category: futurism

Identical twin sisters were raised in different countries after being separated at age two. When reunited as adults, scientists studied them.

Jul 22, 2024

NASA X-ray telescope ‘weighs’ the closest rapidly spinning dead star to Earth

Posted by in category: space

The neutron star PSR J0437 spins hundreds of times a second and has a mass equivalent to 1.4 suns.

Jul 22, 2024

Scientists discover energy and pressure analogies linking hadrons, superconductors and cosmic expansion

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Quantum chromodynamics (QCD) is the theoretical framework for studying the forces within atomic nuclei and their constituent protons and neutrons. A major part of QCD research involves how quarks and gluons are contained within nucleons (protons and neutrons).

Jul 22, 2024

Does consciousness change the rules of quantum mechanics?

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, quantum physics

Is your mind blown yet? It should be.

We might never reach the stage where we could perform such an experiment, but thinking about it raises several interesting questions. Why is what we believe about how the world works inconsistent with quantum mechanics? Is there an objective reality, even on the macroscopic scale? Or is what you see different than what I see? Do we have a choice in what we do?

At least one thing is for sure: We are not seeing the whole picture. Maybe our understanding of quantum mechanics is incomplete, or maybe something changes when we scale it to the macroscopic world. But perhaps our role as conscious observers of the world around us is, indeed, unique.

Jul 22, 2024

SpaceX Schedules Falcon 9 Rocket Launch for Wednesday Carrying Starlink Satellites from Cape Canaveral

Posted by in categories: internet, satellites

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, July 24 for a Falcon 9 launch of 23 Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

The launch window opens at 12:14 a.m. ET.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch another batch of second-generation Starlink satellites.

Jul 22, 2024

Where will we be in space in 2049? A look at spaceflight over the next 25 years

Posted by in category: space travel

Will we finally have a base on Mars — or perhaps even a city?

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