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Here is your SHAB TECHNOLOGY PLANET customized technology news for April 20, 2021.
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eSpine: A TECHNIQUE TO INCREASE THE USABLE LIFETIME OF NEUROMORPHIC SYSTEMS
In recent years, engineers worldwide have been trying to develop increasingly advanced and efficient neuromorphic computing systems, devices that mimic the neuro-biological structure of the central nervous system. Due to their bio-inspired architectures, these systems could be particularly desirable for executing machine learning (AI) algorithms and other artificial intelligence (AI) tools.
WEARABLE DEVICES AND THE PROMISING FUTURE OF PERSONALIZED DIAGNOSTICS
Researchers are developing wearable devices to transform the way we monitor, diagnose and treat acute and chronic conditions, including COVID-19.
MAPPING THE MOB: GIS TECHNOLOGY REVEALS SHAPE OF AMERICA’S MAFIA NETWORKS
At its height in the mid-20th century, American organized crime groups, often called the mafia, grossed approximately $40 billion each year, typically raising that money through illegal or untaxed activities, such as extortion and gambling.
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IN A FIRST, SCIENTISTS WATCH 2D PUDDLES OF ELECTRONS SPONTANEOUSLY EMERGE IN A 3D SUPERCONDUCTING MATERIAL
Creating a two-dimensional material, just a few atoms thick, is often an arduous process requiring sophisticated equipment. So scientists were surprised to see 2D puddles emerge inside a three-dimensional superconductor—a material that allows electrons to travel with 100% efficiency and zero resistance—with no prompting.
THE OBSERVATION OF KARDAR-PARISI-ZHANG HYDRODYNAMICS IN A QUANTUM MATERIAL
Classical hydrodynamics laws can be very useful for describing the behavior of systems composed of many particles (i.e., many-body systems) after they reach a local state of equilibrium. These laws are expressed by so-called hydrodynamical equations, a set of mathematical equations that describe the movement of water or other fluids.
SENSITIVE QUBIT-BASED TECHNIQUE TO ACCELERATE SEARCH FOR DARK MATTER
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and the University of Chicago have demonstrated a new technique based on quantum technology that will advance the search for dark matter, the invisible stuff that accounts for 85% of all matter in the universe.
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OCEAN BACTERIA RELEASE CARBON INTO THE ATMOSPHERE
A team led by University of Minnesota researchers has discovered that deep-sea bacteria dissolve carbon-containing rocks, releasing excess carbon into the ocean and atmosphere. The findings will allow scientists to better estimate the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere, a main driver of global warming.
EXTREME RAINFALL STATISTICS MAY SHIFT AS U.S. CLIMATE WARMS
As the Earth warms, extreme rainfall events are intensifying, thanks in part to the fundamental thermodynamic properties of air. This intensification will likely affect ecosystems and flooding around the world. However, to prepare for it, communities need a clearer understanding of how the timing, duration, and intensity of rainfall extremes will change.
MODELING PAST AND FUTURE GLACIAL FLOODS IN NORTHERN GREENLAND
Hokkaido University researchers have clarified different causes of past glacial river floods in the far north of Greenland, and what it means for the region’s residents as the climate changes.
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STUDY WARNS OF ‘OXYGEN FALSE POSITIVES’ IN SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS
In the search for life on other planets, the presence of oxygen in a planet’s atmosphere is one potential sign of biological activity that might be detected by future telescopes. A new study, however, describes several scenarios in which a lifeless rocky planet around a sun-like star could evolve to have oxygen in its atmosphere.
BLACK HOLES LIKE TO EAT, BUT HAVE A VARIETY OF TABLE MANNERS
All supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies appear to have periods when they swallow matter from their close surroundings. But that is about as far as the similarities go. That’s the conclusion reached by British and Dutch astronomers from their research with ultra-sensitive radio telescopes in a well-studied region of the universe. They publish their findings in two articles in the international journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.
‘YELLOWBALLS’ OFFER NEW INSIGHTS INTO STAR FORMATION
A serendipitous discovery by citizen scientists has provided a unique new window into the diverse environments that produce stars and star clusters, revealing the presence of “stellar nurseries” before infant stars emerge from their birth clouds, according to Planetary Science Institute Senior Scientist Grace Wolf-Chase.
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NEW NANOSENSOR HOLDS PROMISE FOR DIAGNOSING, TREATING NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE
Every movement in the human body—from lifting our arms to our beating hearts—is regulated in some way by signals from our brains. Until recently, scientists often tracked and understood that brain-body communication only after the fact, sort of like listening to a voicemail as opposed to being on a call.
SUPERBUG KILLER: NEW NANOTECH DESTROYS BACTERIA AND FUNGAL CELLS
Researchers have developed a new superbug-destroying coating that could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.
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