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A NEW STRATEGY TO IMPLEMENT XY ENTANGLING GATES IN SUPERCONDUCTING QUBIT ARCHITECTURES
Over the past decade or so, research teams worldwide have been trying to develop devices and hardware components for quantum information processing. The performance of most of these emerging devices depends in great part on optimized circuit implementations that can minimize the depth of a circuit.
A FRAMEWORK TO EVALUATE THE COGNITIVE CAPABILITIES OF MACHINE LEARNING AGENTS
Over the past decade or so, computer scientists have developed machine learning (ML) techniques that perform remarkably well on a variety of tasks. While these algorithms are designed for artificially replicating human cognitive skills, there is still a lack of tools to compare their capabilities with those of humans.
NEMS IDs: SECURE NANOELECTROMECHANICAL TAGS FOR IDENTIFICATION AND AUTHENTICATION
In recent years, hackers have become increasingly good at counterfeiting identification and authentication tags. This has led to an increase in cases of identity theft, fraud, security breaches and other concerning privacy or security related incidents.
🗞 PHYSICS NEWS⚙♨:
THE FIRST EVIDENCE OF TOP QUARK PRODUCTION IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS
The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Collaboration, a large group of researchers from different institutes worldwide, has recently gathered the very first evidence of top quark production in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Their work, outlined in a paper published in Physical Review Letters, was based on lead-lead collision data gathered by the CMS particle detector, at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
OPTICAL NETWORK SHAPES PULSES OF LIGHT
A team of UCLA engineers and researchers has developed a new method to shape light pulses by creating physical networks that are composed specially engineered layers. These layers are designed using deep learning and then fabricated using 3-D printing and stacked together, one following another, forming an optical network that is capable of performing various computational tasks using optical waves and diffraction of light. Earlier studies demonstrated all-optical classification and recognition of images using these deep learning-designed diffractive networks.
RESEARCHERS DEVELOP BROADBAND X-RAY SOURCE NEEDED TO PERFORM NEW MEASUREMENTS AT NIF
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have developed an X-ray source that can diagnose temperature in experiments that probe conditions like those at the very center of planets.
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RESEARCH CONFIRMS INCREASE IN RIVER FLOODING AND DROUGHTS IN U.S., CANADA
The number of “extreme streamflow” events observed in river systems have increased significantly across the United States and Canada over the last century, according to a study from Dartmouth College.
THE EARTH HAS BEEN SPINNING FASTER LATELY
Scientists around the world have noted that the Earth has been spinning on its axis faster lately—the fastest ever recorded. Several scientists have spoken to the press about the unusual phenomenon, with some pointing out that this past year saw some of the shortest days ever recorded.
AUSTRALIA’S BLACK SUMMER A CLIMATE WAKE-UP CALL
The 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires are a “wake up call” demonstrating the extreme effects of climate change in Australia, according to a group of experts who’ve published a new study examining the factors that caused the disaster.
HAWAI’I DROUGHT DURING EL NIÑO WINTER? NOT ALWAYS, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH
El Niño events have long been perceived as a driver for low rainfall in the winter and spring in Hawai’i, creating a six-month wet-season drought. However, a recent study by researchers in the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) revealed the connection between Hawai’i winter rainfall and El Niño is not as straightforward as previously thought.
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WINDS AND JET STREAMS FOUND ON THE CLOSEST BROWN DWARF
A University of Arizona-led research team has found bands and stripes on the brown dwarf closest to Earth, hinting at the processes churning the brown dwarf’s atmosphere from within.
WHEN GALAXIES COLLIDE: HUBBLE SHOWCASES SIX BEAUTIFUL GALAXY MERGERS
It is during rare merging events that galaxies undergo dramatic changes in their appearance and in their stellar content. These systems are excellent laboratories to trace the formation of star clusters under extreme physical conditions.
A NEW NASA SPACE TELESCOPE, SPHEREx, IS MOVING AHEAD
NASA’s upcoming space telescope, the Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer, or SPHEREx, is one step closer to launch. The mission has officially entered Phase C, in NASA lingo. That means the agency has approved preliminary design plans for the observatory, and work can begin on creating a final, detailed design, as well as on building the hardware and software.
🗞 NANOTECHNOLOGY NEWS⛄☃:
EXTREMELY FAST ELECTROCHROMIC SUPERCAPACITORS
During materials engineering, a network of tiny holes or pores can improve the energy storage capacity of materials for applications as smart windows. Smart windows are platforms whose light transmission properties can be altered when light, voltage or heat is applied. Scientists can control the fraction of light passing through the material using an electrical voltage to electrically switch from transparent to opaque materials during charge transfer. While this feature is associated with storage and release of energy, the same materials can be used for energy storage as well. In a new report, Jeon-Woo Kim and a team of scientists at the Pohang University of Science and Technology in South Korea developed and improved electrochromic supercapacitors made from tungsten trioxide (WO3). They used an evaporation-induced self-assembly process to deposit a film of tungsten trioxide with pores, where the porous architecture increased the speed of switching and capacitance in the material compared to conventional tungsten trioxide thin films. The work is now published on Nature Asia Materials.
NANODROPLETS AND ULTRASOUND ‘DRILLS’ PROVE EFFECTIVE AT TACKLING TOUGH BLOOD CLOTS
Engineering researchers have developed a new technique for eliminating particularly tough blood clots, using engineered nanodroplets and an ultrasound “drill” to break up the clots from the inside out. The technique has not yet gone through clinical testing. In vitro testing has shown promising results.
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