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🗞 TECHNOLOGY NEWS💻🔧🖥:
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SPONTANEOUS ROBOT DANCES HIGHLIGHT A NEW KIND OF ORDER IN ACTIVE MATTER
Predicting when and how collections of particles, robots, or animals become orderly remains a challenge across science and engineering.
APPLE PATENTS KEYBOARD WITH DYNAMICALLY CHANGING KEY FUNCTIONS
Apple may be preparing to reinvent the keyboard.
AMAZON TO BUY HIT PODCAST PRODUCER WONDERY
Amazon said Wednesday it signed a deal to acquire the hit podcast production firm Wondery, in a move which boosts the US tech giant’s efforts to round out its offerings from its music platform.
🗞 PHYSICS NEWS⚙♨:
IMPORTANT MILESTONE IN THE CREATION OF A QUANTUM COMPUTER
Quantum computer: One of the obstacles for progress in the quest for a working quantum computer has been that the working devices that go into a quantum computer and perform the actual calculations, the qubits, have hitherto been made by universities and in small numbers. But in recent years, a pan-European collaboration, in partnership with French microelectronics leader CEA-Leti, has been exploring everyday transistors—that are present in billions in all our mobile phones—for their use as qubits. The French company Leti makes giant wafers full of devices, and, after measuring, researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, have found these industrially produced devices to be suitable as a qubit platform capable of moving to the second dimension, a significant step for a working quantum computer. The result is now published in Nature Communications.
🗞 EARTH NEWS🌏:
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH TEAM CALLS FOR ‘GLOCAL’ APPROACH TO HELP MITIGATE FLOODING DAMAGE
Large-scale global forecasting and on-the-ground observations need to meld into one system to better predict and prevent wide-spread flooding disasters, according to an international research team who published a short view in Advances in Atmospheric Sciences on Dec. 23.
LANDMARK CLIMATE POLICY FACES GROWING CLAIMS OF ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM
When California passed its landmark cap-and-trade law in 2006, supporters were hopeful that the program would provide the template for other states—and eventually the federal government—to solve the climate crisis.
GREAT LAKES ADVOCATES HOPE NEW ADMINISTRATION WILL TAKE ON CLIMATE CHANGE
With the Earth on track to finish out another year among the warmest on record and the impact of climate change mounting around the globe, advocates around the Great Lakes are looking ahead to what a new administration could mean for the Midwest, the region containing one of the world’s largest freshwater sources.
🗞 ASTRONOMY & SPACE NEWS🌪🎇:
Image: Instruments installed on Euclid spacecraft
The optical and infrared instruments of Euclid, ESA’s mission to study dark energy and dark matter, have passed the qualification and acceptance review and are now fully integrated into the spacecraft’s payload module. This marks an important step forward in the assembly of the Euclid space telescope, which is scheduled for launch in 2022.
The world’s oldest story? Astronomers say global myths about ‘seven sisters’ stars may reach back 100,000 years
In the northern sky in December is a beautiful cluster of stars known as the Pleiades, or the “seven sisters.” Look carefully and you will probably count six stars. So why do we say there are seven of them?
A BLAZAR IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE
The Supersharp Radio ‘vision’ Of The National Science Foundation’s Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) has revealed previously unseen details in a jet of material ejected at three-quarters the speed of light from the core of a galaxy some 12.8 billion light-years from Earth. The galaxy, dubbed PSO J0309+27, is a blazar, with its jet pointed toward Earth, and is the brightest radio-emitting blazar yet seen at such a distance. It also is the second-brightest X-ray emitting blazar at such a distance.
🗞 NANOTECHNOLOGY NEWS⛄☃:
LOCALIZED MAGNETIC MOMENTS INDUCED BY ATOMIC VACANCIES IN TRANSITION METAL DICHALCOGENIDE FLAKES
The emergence of two-dimensional (2-D) materials provides an excellent platform for exploring and modulating exotic physical properties in the 2-D limit, and has driven the development of modern condensed matter physics and nanoelectronic devices. Among various exotic physical properties, 2-D magnetism is one of the most important topics, which shows potential application in spintronics. In recent years, researchers have discovered a series of intrinsic 2-D magnetic materials, such as CrI3, Fe3GeTe2, etc. However, most of the yet discovered 2-D magnetic materials are instable in atmosphere, which limits further investigation and the application of 2-D magnetism. Therefore, the key issue is how to induce magnetism in air-stable 2-D materials.
VISIBLE HYDROGELS FOR RAPID HEMORRHAGE CONTROL AND MONITORING
There are many different events which may lead to excessive and uncontrolled bleeding within the body. This can occur as a result of inflammation and ulcerations, abnormalities in the blood vessels or trauma-related injuries. Individuals with predisposing conditions, such as cardiac patients, are at particular risk of internal bleeding due to the anticoagulants they are often prescribed as a preventive measure. They are also prone to gastrointestinal bleeds, affecting 40% of patients who are on cardiac assistance devices. In addition to the need for an effective treatment for these conditions, there are also indications for controlling the blood flow that contribute to aneurysms and tumor cell vascularization.
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