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Jun 9, 2019

Mirror-image enzyme copies looking-glass DNA

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Synthetic polymerase is a small step along the way to mirrored life forms.

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Jun 9, 2019

Richard Christophr Saragoza Photo

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience, quantum physics

The double helix of dna and transferring for information and energy by torsion field in quantum beings.


Every human is a complex, multi-dimensional energy being.

THE HUMAN BIOFIELD DEFINED:

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Jun 9, 2019

Berkeley lab builds world record tabletop-size particle accelerator

Posted by in category: particle physics

Using a quadrillion watt laser, Berkeley lab researchers have produced a world-record 4.25 giga-electron volts energy acceleration using their tabletop-size laser-plasma particle accelerator.

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Jun 9, 2019

Particle accelerator on a microchip

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has awarded 13.5 million US dollars (12.6 million euros) to promote the development of a particle accelerator on a microchip. DESY and the University of Hamburg are among the partners involved in this international project, headed by Robert Byer of Stanford University (USA) and Peter Hommelhoff of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Within five years, they hope to produce a working prototype of an “accelerator-on-a-chip”.

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Jun 9, 2019

Photonic Sentry

Posted by in categories: energy, food, government, military

THE PHOTONIC FENCE:


Laser Insect Monitoring and Eradication.

The Photonic Fence is poised to revolutionize response to and monitoring of harmful insect incursions in agriculture, hospitality, government, military and residential pest control markets.

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Jun 9, 2019

Breakthrough photonic processor promises quantum computing leap

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Researchers from the University of Bristol and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone claim to have developed a fully-programmable quantum optical chip able to encode and manipulate photons in an infinite number of ways. This breakthrough may pave the way for true quantum optical computing systems.

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Jun 9, 2019

Linking Chips With Light

Posted by in categories: computing, innovation

IEEE Spectrum recently summarized a major breakthrough out of DARPA’s Photonically Optimized Embedded Microprocessors (POEM) program:

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Jun 9, 2019

Quantum batteries could reduce the charging time to literally nothing

Posted by in category: quantum physics

Batteries are great, except that they take a long time to charge. When you are dealing with a lot of batteries, you have to have a lot of time to charge them. But what if you could reduce the charging time by adding more batteries? Sounds unreal? Probably, but that is what scientists at the University of Adelaide are going to try to achieve by creating world’s first quantum battery.

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Jun 9, 2019

Researchers craft an LED just two atoms thick

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics

It can produce or sense photons for optical interconnects within chips.

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Jun 9, 2019

Electrifying quantum dots for lasers

Posted by in categories: quantum physics, space, transportation

Compositional grading of colloidal quantum dots enables electrically driven amplification of light, bringing electrically driven lasers from these materials very close.