Why Do We Need A Next Generation Of Terahertz Systems? In physics, terahertz radiation refers to electromagnetic waves propagating at frequencies in the terahertz range.The term typically applies to electromagnetic radiation with frequencies between high-frequency edge of the microwave band, 300 gigahertz (3×1011 Hz), and the long-wavelength edge of far-infrared light, 3000 GHz (3×1012 Hz or […]

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Using Tomato Waste To Make Electricity. The world needs to move away from burning fossil fuels for energy. The time has come to abandon primitive unsustainable forms of energy for renewable ones. It turns out that there are many new forms of renewable energy being discovered now that we are really looking for them.

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New Research Aimed At Reducing Motion Blur in Photographs. If you are at all like me, not all of the pictures that you take with your phone or camera come out perfect. Digital cameras have actually made this better for people like us as you can snap so many pictures in a short period of time […]

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Research Impacting The Future For Tiny Swimming Robots. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use a microscopic, swirling flow to rapidly clear a circle of tiny bacteria or swimming robots.

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The dodo,an extinct, giant flightless pigeon once endemic to the island of Mauritius, may arguably be the most widely known animal species to have gone extinct in human history. However, despite its prominence in popular culture, surprisingly little is known of the anatomy and biology of this animal.

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Satellite Based X-Ray Vision. On Feb. 17, 2016, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched its ASTRO-H satellite which is a very precise and sensitive eye for X-rays emerging from hot and energetic processes in space. After its successful lift-off, the spacecraft was renamed “Hitomi,” which means “pupil of the eye” in Japanese.

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What Is Unconventional Superconductivity? Superconductivity was discovered in Hg in 1911 by the group of Kamerling Onnes in Leiden (Holland). The mystery of superconductivity was, however, not uncovered until 1957 when Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) proposed the electron-phonon coupling picture. In the BCS picture, two electrons near the Fermi surface with opposite momenta and spins will form […]

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Impossible Applications for Today’s Parallel Processors, Possible With Quantum Computers. Researchers from Griffith University and the University of Queensland, Australia have overcome one of the key challenges to quantum computing by simplifying a complex quantum logic operation. They demonstrated this by experimentally realizing a challenging circuit namely the quantum Fredkin gate, for the first time.

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New Developments for Bioimaging Devices Such As MRI. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body. Most of today’s MRI machines are large, tube-shaped magnets that are large enough for a person to lie in. The magnetic […]

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Computers That Can Read Our Lips Better Than A Human. Lip reading is a skill that seems to be quite common from what you see on television shows and movies. In reality it is a difficult and imperfect ability that takes year to develop.Now scientists are developing computer software combined with visual recognition to be […]

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