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Here is your SHAB TECHNOLOGY PLANET customized technology news for January 28, 2021.

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CHIPMAKER INTEL CORP. BLAMES INTERNAL ERROR ON DATA LEAK

The computer chipmaker Intel Corp. on Friday blamed an internal error for a data leak that prompted it to release a quarterly earnings report early. It said its corporate network was not compromised.

TINY BIO-INSPIRED SWARM ROBOTS FOR TARGETED MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS

Micro-sized robots could bring a new wave of innovation in the medical field by allowing doctors to access specific regions inside the human body without the need for highly invasive procedures. Among other things, these tiny robots could be used to carry drugs, genes or other substances to specific sites inside the body, opening up new possibilities for treating different medical conditions.

MICROSOFT PATENT WOULD LET US CHAT WITH THE DEPARTED

A chilling episode of the Twilight Zone that first aired 60 years ago focused on a young boy (played by Bill Mumy) who frustrated his parents by insisting he speaks to his grandmother daily on the toy phone she had given him just before she died. When his grieving and exasperated mother finally grabbed the phone to toss it away, she was startled to hear her mother’s voice on the line.

A SWITCH TO BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES IS THE BEST OPTION FOR CLEANER ROAD TRANSPORT, STUDY FINDS

The widespread adoption of battery electric vehicles offers the greatest energy efficiency and potential for CO2 reduction, new analysis by Cambridge engineers has shown.

WITH NEW DESIGN, STRETCHABLE ELECTRONICS PERFORM BETTER UNDER STRAIN

Our bodies send out hosts of signals—chemicals, electrical pulses, mechanical shifts—that can provide a wealth of information about our health.

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LONG-DISTANCE AND SECURE QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION (QKD) OVER A FREE-SPACE CHANNEL

Quantum key distribution (QKD) is a technique that enables secure communications between devices using a cryptographic protocol that is partly based on quantum mechanics. This communication method ultimately allows two parties to encrypt and decrypt messages they send to each other using a unique key that is unknown to other parties.

PHYSICISTS SUCCEED IN FILMING PHASE TRANSITION WITH EXTREMELY HIGH SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL RESOLUTION

Laser beams can be used to change the properties of materials in an extremely precise way. This principle is already widely used in technologies such as rewritable DVDs. However, the underlying processes generally take place at such unimaginably fast speeds and at such a small scale that they have so far eluded direct observation. Researchers at the University of Göttingen and the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen have now managed to film, for the first time, the laser transformation of a crystal structure with nanometre resolution and in slow motion in an electron microscope. The results have been published in the journal Science.

RESEARCHERS GUIDE A SINGLE ION THROUGH A BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE

Transport processes are ubiquitous in nature, but still raise many questions. The research team around Florian Meinert from the Fifth Institute of Physics at the University of Stuttgart has now developed a new method to observe a single charged particle on its path through a dense cloud of ultracold atoms. The results were published in Physical Review Letters and are further reported in a Viewpoint column in the journal Physics.

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WET AND WILD: THERE’S LOTS OF WATER IN THE WORLD’S MOST EXPLOSIVE VOLCANO

There isn’t much in Kamchatka, a remote peninsula in northeastern Russia just across the Bering Sea from Alaska, besides an impressive population of brown bears and the most explosive volcano in the world.

STUDY DEMONSTRATES INTERCONNECTEDNESS OF ARCTIC AND NORTH PACIFIC ON MULTIMILLENNIAL TIMESCALES

Arctic sea ice is rapidly diminishing due to global warming, and scientists have found that sea ice dynamics have a big impact on circulation and precipitation patterns in Arctic Alaska, which lies at a climatological crossroads between the Arctic and North Pacific Oceans. Recent studies—most of which focus on current trends in the region and on what will happen in the future—have shown that circulation patterns in the Arctic and North Pacific Oceans influence one another.

GLOBAL ICE LOSS INCREASES AT RECORD RATE

The rate at which ice is disappearing across the planet is speeding up, according to new research.

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PUZZLING SIX-EXOPLANET SYSTEM WITH RHYTHMIC MOVEMENT CHALLENGES THEORIES OF HOW PLANETS FORM

Using a combination of telescopes, including the Very Large Telescope of the European Southern Observatory (ESO’s VLT), astronomers have revealed a system consisting of six exoplanets, five of which are locked in a rare rhythm around their central star. The researchers believe the system could provide important clues about how planets, including those in the Solar System, form and evolve.

WHEN GALAXIES COLLIDE: MODELS SUGGEST GALACTIC COLLISIONS CAN STARVE MASSIVE BLACK HOLES

It was previously thought that collisions between galaxies would necessarily add to the activity of the massive black holes at their centers. However, researchers have performed the most accurate simulations of a range of collision scenarios and have found that some collisions can reduce the activity of their central black holes. The reason is that certain head-on collisions may in fact clear the galactic nuclei of the matter which would otherwise fuel the black holes contained within.

NEW GALAXY SHEDS LIGHT ON HOW STARS FORM

A lot is known about galaxies. We know, for instance, that the stars within them are shaped from a blend of old star dust and molecules suspended in gas. What remains a mystery, however, is the process that leads to these simple elements being pulled together to form a new star.

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NANOMEDICINE’S ‘CROWN’ IS READY FOR ITS CLOSE UP

An international team of researchers led by Michigan State University’s Morteza Mahmoudi has developed a new method to better understand how nanomedicines—emerging diagnostics and therapies that are very small yet very intricate—interact with patients’ biomolecules.

‘SMART BANDAGE’ DETECTS, COULD PREVENT INFECTIONS

Bandages are great for covering wounds, but they would be much more useful if they could also detect infections.

Microstructured optical fibers find their 3-D-printed groove
Small-scale optical devices capable of using photons for high-speed information processing can be fabricated with unprecedented ease and precision using an additive manufacturing process developed at KAUST.

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