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🗞 TECHNOLOGY NEWS💻🔧🖥:
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RESEARCHERS REALIZE RESONANT TUNNELLING DIODES BASED ON TWISTED BLACK PHOSPHORUS HOMOSTRUCTURES
In recent years, electronics engineers worldwide have been trying to develop new semiconductor heterostructure devices using atomically thin materials. Among the many devices that can be fabricated using these materials are resonant tunneling diodes, which typically consist of a quantum-well structure placed between two barrier layers.
CPU ALGORITHM TRAINS DEEP NEURAL NETS UP TO 15 TIMES FASTER THAN TOP GPU TRAINERS
Rice University computer scientists have demonstrated artificial intelligence (AI) software that runs on commodity processors and trains deep neural networks 15 times faster than platforms based on graphics processors.
SCIENTISTS HARNESS CHAOS TO PROTECT DEVICES FROM HACKERS
Researchers have found a way to use chaos to help develop digital fingerprints for electronic devices that may be unique enough to foil even the most sophisticated hackers.
🗞 PHYSICS NEWS⚙♨:
NEW ESTIMATE OF MUON’S MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH ALIGNS WITH STANDARD MODEL OF PARTICLE PHYSICS
A new estimation of the strength of the magnetic field around the muon—a sub-atomic particle similar to, but heavier than, an electron—closes the gap between theory and experimental measurements, bringing it in line with the standard model that has guided particle physics for decades.
GATE-CONTROLLED GROUND STATE CROSSOVER IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL SUPERCONDUCTOR
In the paired fermion systems, the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) superfluidity and Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) are two extreme limits of the ground state. In a new report in Science, Yuji Nakagawa and a team of scientists in applied physics, quantum electronics, emergent matter science and materials research in Japan, reported crossover behavior from the BCS limit to the BEC limit by varying the carrier density in a 2D superconductor electron-doped, layered material ZrNCl containing intercalated layered nitride. The team showed how the ratio of the superconducting transition temperature and Fermi temperature in the low carrier density limit was consistent with the theoretical upper bound expected in the BCS-BEC crossover regime. The results indicated how the gate-doped semiconductor provided an ideal platform for the 2D BCS-BEC crossover without additional complexities as those noted in other solid-state systems.
🗞 EARTH NEWS🌏:
EARLY INDICATORS OF MAGMA VISCOSITY COULD HELP FORECAST A VOLCANO’S ERUPTION STYLE
The 2018 eruption of Kīlauea Volcano in Hawai’i provided scientists with an unprecedented opportunity to identify new factors that could help forecast the hazard potential of future eruptions.
WHAT A GLACIAL RIVER REVEALS ABOUT THE GREENLAND ICE SHEET
With data from a 2016 expedition, scientists supported by NASA are shedding more light into the complex processes under the Greenland Ice Sheet that control how fast its glaciers slide toward the ocean and contribute to sea level rise.
PAST CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECTED MOUNTAIN BUILDING IN THE ANDES
Climate change can affect the tectonic processes that deform Earth’s surface to build mountains. For instance, in actively deforming mountain ranges such as the North Patagonian Andes, erosion caused by increased rainfall or glaciers might alter the structure of the mountains to such an extent that internal stresses and strains shift and reconfigure, changing how the terrain is molded.
🗞 ASTRONOMY & SPACE NEWS🌪🎇:
FIRST TRANSITING EXOPLANET’S ‘CHEMICAL FINGERPRINT’ REVEALS ITS DISTANT BIRTHPLACE
Astronomers have found evidence that the first exoplanet that was identified transiting its star could have migrated to a close orbit with its star from its original birthplace further away.
IN RUSSIA, THE LEGEND OF COSMONAUT GAGARIN LIVES ON
Sixty years after he became the first person in space, there are few figures more universally admired in Russia today than Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.
MACHINE-LEARNING METHODS LEAD TO DISCOVERY OF RARE ‘QUADRUPLY IMAGED QUASARS’
With the help of machine-learning techniques, a team of astronomers has discovered a dozen quasars that have been warped by a naturally occurring cosmic “lens” and split into four similar images. Quasars are extremely luminous cores of distant galaxies that are powered by supermassive black holes.
🗞 NANOTECHNOLOGY NEWS⛄☃:
NANOCONFINEMENT CONCEPT IMPROVES SAFETY OF DIAGNOSTIC CONTRAST AGENT
More than seven years ago Albert J. Sinusas, MD, a professor of medicine, radiology, and biomedical engineering, was working with a team of engineers for development of an imageable polymer for prevention of adverse remodeling after a heart attack when they inadvertently discovered that when iodine, a contrast agent used for X-ray imaging, is packed in a nanoparticle there is greater absorption of X-rays potentially improving visibility.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO EXPLORE THE BIOMOLECULAR WORLD
EPFL scientists have developed AI-powered nanosensors that let researchers track various kinds of biological molecules without disturbing them.
CANCER DRUGS COULD BE DELIVERED IN MOLECULAR CAGES UNLOCKED BY LIGHT
Molecular cages created by Imperial researchers could lead to more targeted cancer drug delivery, causing greater efficiency and fewer side effects.
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