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Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development. But the pulses, called terahertz...

Protecting quantum computing networks against hacking threats

As we saw during the 2016 US election, protecting traditional computer systems, which use zeros and ones, from hackers is not a perfect science. Now consider the complex world...

One step closer to reality: Devices that convert heat into electricity

COLUMBUS, Ohio--The same researchers who pioneered the use of a quantum mechanical effect to convert heat into electricity have figured out how to make their technique work in a...

The hidden inferno inside your laser pointer

If you thought that a kid's room, a Norwegian Nobel Laureate and a laser pointer had nothing in common, two UA physicists are about to enlighten you. It's hard to...

Bright future for energy devices

A little sodium goes a long way. At least that's the case in carbon-based energy technology. Specifically, embedding sodium in carbon materials can tremendously improve electrodes. A research team led...

This safe battery won’t burst into flames

  A new lithium-ion battery shuts down before overheating, then restarts immediately when the temperature cools. The technology could prevent the kind of fires that have prompted recalls and bans on...

These 3D-printed electrodes for screens are transparent

A new way of printing electrodes could make touchscreens in phones and other devices work and look better. The new electrodes, some of the most transparent and conductive ever developed,...

Could we have cheaper screens with this transparent metal?

A new material that is both highly transparent and electrically conductive could make large screen displays, smart windows, and even touch screens and solar cells more affordable and efficient. Indium...

How Xbox can make x-rays safer for kids

A new approach for producing high-quality x-rays with minimal radiation exposure—particularly in children—relies on the Xbox gaming system. Using proprietary software developed for the Microsoft Kinect system, researchers have adapted...

Hackers Can Now Hack Smart Rifles Easily

View the article's original source Author: Ahmed Bilal Hackers are everywhere and with the recent update into a web connected and smart lifestyle the opportunities are even greater from a hackers...
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What years of playing football do to brain’s white matter

Scientists have discovered a link between dementia, white matter in the brain, and the neurodegenerative disease CTE in former American football players. When it comes...
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Do our electronic devices make it tougher to grasp science?

Excessive interaction with electronic devices may be related to weaker activity in areas of the brain that are key to understanding scientific texts, say...
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How can businesses benefit from translation and interpretation services?

Interpreters and translators play a significant role in the realm of global business. They enhance communication by conveying information correctly and accurately from one...
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WhatsApp works on a boomerang style tool such as Instagram’s

One of the advantages of owning several mobile applications is that if a function succeeds in one of them, you can apply it to...
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Upgrade your move: The best apps to help with house moving

Who says house moving has to be unbearable? While house moving in itself needs a lot of time and effort - especially during the...
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Team cracks mystery of Dead Sea summer ‘snow’

New research may solve the mystery behind the the Dead Sea’s salt crystal “snowfall.” It’s summertime at the Dead Sea, and for locals and visitors...
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Quicker method to track outbreaks from poo in the pool

Whole genome sequencing technology may give scientists and health care workers a powerful weapon in tracking—and possibly controlling—outbreaks of serious diseases, researchers say. In a...

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