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New Particle Accelerator Fits on a Silicon Chip

The device uses lasers to accelerate electrons along an etched channel. In a full-scale particle accelerator, electrons fly along a kilometers-long path as microwaves bombard them, boosting the particles to near light speed. Such a high-energy electron beam, produced at facilities such as California’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, enables a variety of experiments, including capturing extremely [...]

By |2020-01-07T13:45:55+00:00January 7th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

Scientists create tiny lasers from nanoparticles and plastic beads

 Researchers found a way to create lasers smaller than red blood cells. These microlasers convert infrared light into light at higher frequencies. Made from nanoparticles, these are among the smallest, continuously emitting lasers of their kind ever reported. The lasers constantly and stably emit light for hours at a time. They emit the light [...]

By |2020-01-06T14:30:04+00:00January 6th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

A.I WARNING: The terrifying future of advanced A.I warfare exposed by expert

AS artificial intelligence technology continues to develop, like any new tech, questions begin to arise on its capabilities in warfare. Technology could ultimately be catastrophic for mankind. During an interview with Express.co.uk, he argued that A.I tech used in conflicts could quickly be categorized as a war crime similar to chemical and biological weapons. [...]

By |2020-01-06T08:46:55+00:00January 6th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

New nano-barrier for composites could strengthen spacecraft payloads

The University of Surrey has developed a robust multi-layer nano-barrier for ultra-lightweight and stable carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRPs) that could be used to build high precision instrument structures for future space missions. CFRP is used in current space missions, but its applications are limited because the material absorbs moisture. This is often released [...]

By |2019-12-24T14:52:20+00:00December 24th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Jumbo Phage Deploys Cloaking Device against CRISPR Defenses

Scientists at the University of Otago in New Zealand say they have discovered how viruses that specifically kill bacteria can outwit bacteria by hiding from their defenses. These findings are important for the development of new antimicrobials based on viruses and provide a significant advance in biological knowledge, according to the researchers. Lead researcher [...]

By |2019-12-20T15:40:08+00:00December 20th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Self-driving microrobots

Most synthetic materials, including those in battery electrodes, polymer membranes, and catalysts, degrade over time because they don't have internal repair mechanisms. If you could distribute autonomous microrobots within these materials, then you could use the microrobots to continuously make repairs from the inside. A new study from the lab of Kyle Bishop, associate [...]

By |2019-12-17T14:32:59+00:00December 17th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

New laser technique images quantum world in a trillionth of a second

For the first time, researchers have been able to record, frame-by-frame, how an electron interacts with certain atomic vibrations in a solid. The technique captures a process that commonly causes electrical resistance in materials while, in others, can cause the exact opposite--the absence of resistance, or superconductivity. "The way electrons interact with each other [...]

By |2019-12-11T10:22:08+00:00December 11th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Paradoxical replacement tissue for medicine

A material that thickens when you pull on it seems to contradict the laws of physics. However, the so-called auxetic effect, which also occurs in nature, is interesting for a number of applications. A new Empa study recently published in Nature Communications ("Random auxetics from buckling fibre networks") shows how this amazing behavior [...]

By |2019-12-06T15:19:45+00:00December 6th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

What if aging weren’t inevitable, but a curable disease?

Each Cyclops had a single eye because, legend has it, the mythical giants traded the other one with the god Hades in return for the ability to see into the future. But Hades tricked them: the only vision the Cyclopes were shown was the day they would die. They carried this knowledge through their [...]

By |2019-12-01T15:25:02+00:00December 1st, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Chemistry in the turbulent interstellar medium

Over 200 molecules have been discovered in space, some (like Buckminsterfullerene) very complex with carbon atoms. Besides being intrinsically interesting, these molecules radiate away heat, helping giant clouds of interstellar material cool and contract to form new stars. Moreover, astronomers use the radiation from these molecules to study the local conditions, for example, as [...]

By |2019-11-28T14:25:18+00:00November 28th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments