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Here is your SHAB TECHNOLOGY PLANET customized technology news for March 26, 2021.

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CONTROL SYSTEM HELPS SEVERAL DRONES TEAM UP TO DELIVER HEAVY PACKAGES

Many parcel delivery drones of the future are expected to handle packages weighing five pounds or less, a restriction that would allow small, standardized UAVs to handle a large percentage of the deliveries now done by ground vehicles. But will that relegate heavier packages to slower delivery by conventional trucks and vans?

STUDY REVEALS PLUNGE IN LITHIUM-ION BATTERY COSTS

The cost of the rechargeable lithium-ion batteries used for phones, laptops, and cars has fallen dramatically over the last three decades, and has been a major driver of the rapid growth of those technologies. But attempting to quantify that cost decline has produced ambiguous and conflicting results that have hampered attempts to project the technology’s future or devise useful policies and research priorities.

3D FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY GETS A BOOST USING RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS

Rapid 3D microscopic imaging of fluorescent samples has numerous applications in physical and biomedical sciences. Given the limited axial range that a single 2D image can provide, 3D fluorescence imaging often requires time-consuming mechanical scanning of samples using a dense sampling grid. In addition to being slow and tedious, this approach also introduces additional light exposure on the sample, which might be toxic and cause unwanted damage, such as photo-bleaching.

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NEW RESULT FROM THE LHCb EXPERIMENT CHALLENGES LEADING THEORY IN PHYSICS

The LHCb Collaboration at CERN has found particles not behaving in the way they should according to the guiding theory of particle physics—the Standard Model.

ENHANCED CERAMICS COULD PLAY PIVOTAL ROLE IN ADVANCING 5G TECHNOLOGY

5G, or the fifth-generation technology standard for broadband cellular networks, is touted as having finally arrived for ultrafast download speeds, an end to dropped calls and buffering, and greater connectivity to advance autonomous vehicle development, remote surgery, and the Internet of Things.

COST-EFFECTIVE, EASILY MANUFACTURED VENTILATORS FOR COVID-19 PATIENTS

Scientists have been working for the past year to find ways to curb the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though it is outside their typical realm of study, physicists have been playing an important role in many aspects of research about the pandemic and its impact on people.

๐Ÿ—ž EARTH NEWS๐ŸŒ:

NATURAL VARIATIONS HELP RESOLVE A CLIMATE PUZZLE

New research shows that naturally occurring climate variations help to explain a long-standing difference between climate models and satellite observations of global warming.

EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THAT MANY TORNADOS ARE BIGGER AND STRONGER THAN REPORTED

A small team of researchers with the Center for Severe Weather Research, in Boulder, Colorado, has found evidence that suggests many tornados in the U.S. are bigger and stronger than their classification would suggest. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the group describes their study of tornadic activity in the U.S. and what they found.

LAST ICE AGE: PRECIPITATION CAUSED MAXIMUM ADVANCE OF ALPINE GLACIERS

Geologists from the University of Innsbruck unexpectedly found mineral deposits in former ice caves in the Austrian Alps dating back to the peak of the last ice age. These special calcite crystals demonstrate that intensive snowfall during the second half of the year triggered a massive glacier advance leading to the climax of the last ice age. The results were published in the journal Nature Communications.

๐Ÿ—ž ASTRONOMY & SPACE NEWS๐ŸŒช๐ŸŽ‡:

ALGORITHMS INSPIRED BY SOCIAL NETWORKS REVEAL LIFECYCLE OF SUBSTORMS, A KEY ELEMENT OF SPACE WEATHER

Space weather often manifests as substorms, where a beautiful auroral display such as the Northern Lights is accompanied by an electrical current in space which has effects at earth that can interfere with and damage power distribution and electrical systems. Now, the lifecycle of these auroral substorms has been revealed using social media-inspired mathematical tools to analyse space weather observations across the Earth’s surface.

KEEPING TRACK OF SPACECRAFT AS EARTH’S WATER ALTERS ITS SPIN

Mass is constantly being redistributed around our planet, as Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and other bodies of water on and under the surface melt, shift and stir. This mass redistribution alters Earth’s center of gravity, which in turn speeds up and slows down the planet’s spin—and so the length of the day—as well as changing the orientation of its spin axis. These changes to Earth’s spin and orientation occur over relatively short timescales of days and weeks, and threaten communication between ground stations and missions in orbit and across the solar system.

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MOIRÉ EFFECT: HOW TO TWIST MATERIAL PROPERTIES

2D materials have triggered a boom in materials research. Now it turns out that exciting effects occur when two such layered materials are stacked and slightly twisted.

NANOBIOMATERIAL BOOSTS NEURONAL GROWTH IN MICE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES

Researchers from the Department of Orthopedics of Tongji Hospital at Tongji University in Shanghai have successfully used a nanobiomaterial called layered double hydroxide (LDH) to inhibit the inflammatory environment surrounding spinal cord injuries in mice, accelerating regeneration of neurons and reconstruction of the neural circuit in the spine. The researchers were also able to identify the underlying genetic mechanism by which LDH works. This understanding should allow further modification of the therapy which, in combination with other elements, could finally produce a comprehensive, clinically applicable system for spinal cord injury relief in humans.

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