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Mar 3, 2021

New skills of graphene: Tunable lattice vibrations

Posted by in categories: computing, mobile phones

Ranjan KC

| Phononic crystals as a nanomechanical computing platform.

Without electronics and photonics, there would be no computers, smartphones, sensors, or information and communication technologies. In the coming years, the new field of phononics may further expand these options. That field is concerned with understanding and controlling lattice vibrations (phonons) in solids. In order to realize phononic devices, however, lattice vibrations have to be controlled as precisely as commonly realized in the case of electrons or photons.

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Mar 3, 2021

Cambridge Quantum Announces Largest Ever Natural Language Processing Implementation on a Quantum Computer

Posted by in categories: quantum physics, robotics/AI

Separate experiments, each of over 100 sentences, provide a strong proof of concept that Quantum Natural Language Processing is within reach.

Mar 3, 2021

Extinct atom reveals the long-kept secrets of the solar system

Posted by in categories: cosmology, particle physics

Using the extinct niobium-92 atom, ETH researchers have been able to date events in the early solar system with greater precision than before. The study concludes that supernova explosions must have taken place in the birth environment of our sun.

Mar 3, 2021

Researchers realize quantum communications milestone using light

Posted by in category: quantum physics

Few terms are more ubiquitous in the scientific arena these days than “quantum.”

Mar 3, 2021

Breakthrough greatly enhances ultrafast resolution achievable with X-ray free-electron lasers

Posted by in categories: chemistry, materials

A large international team of scientists from various research organizations, including the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, has developed a method that dramatically improves the already ultrafast time resolution achievable with X-ray free-electron lasers (XFELs). It could lead to breakthroughs on how to design new materials and more efficient chemical processes.

Mar 3, 2021

Researchers unveil issues with nuclear theory, observe no magic behavior at N=32 in charge radii of potassium isotopes

Posted by in category: futurism

Measuring the size of atomic nuclei has sometimes been useful to probe aspects of nucleon-nucleon interaction and the bulk properties of nuclear matter. The charge radius of atomic nuclei, which can be extracted using laser spectroscopy techniques, is sensitive to both the bulk properties of nuclear matter and particularly subtle details of the interactions between protons and neutrons.

Mar 3, 2021

CrownBio and JSR Life Sciences Partner with Cambridge Quantum Computing to Leverage Quantum Machine Learning for Novel Cancer Treatment Biomarker Discovery

Posted by in categories: genetics, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Crown Bioscience (CrownBio), JSR Life Sciences and Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced a partnership agreement to explore the application of quantum technology to drive the identification of multi-gene biomarker discovery for oncology drug discovery.

Mar 3, 2021

Color blindness-correcting contact lenses

Posted by in category: nanotechnology

Imagine seeing the world in muted shades—gray sky, gray grass. Some people with color blindness see everything this way, though most can’t see specific colors. Tinted glasses can help, but they can’t be used to correct blurry vision. And dyed contact lenses currently in development for the condition are potentially harmful and unstable. Now, in ACS Nano, researchers report infusing contact lenses with gold nanoparticles to create a safer way to see colors.

Mar 3, 2021

Temperature and aridity fluctuations over the past century linked to flower color changes

Posted by in category: futurism

Clemson University scientists have linked climatic fluctuations over the past one and a quarter-century with flower color changes.

Mar 3, 2021

Azure Percept helps Microsoft users make the most of edge AI

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Edge computing allows an increasing number of standalone mobile devices to perform tasks such as image recognition, response to voice commands and textual translation, without access to the cloud. During its 2021 Ignite digital conference, Microsoft revealed its new edge technology platform, Azure Percept.

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