'20.03.2023 06:21:24'

Researchers create breakthrough spintronics manufacturing process that could revolutionize the electronics industry

Researchers have developed a breakthrough process for making spintronic devices that has the potential to create semiconductors chips with unmatched energy efficiency and storage for use in computers, smartphones, and many other electronics.

'20.03.2023 06:21:04'

Mind-control robots a reality

Researchers have developed biosensor technology that will allow you to operate devices, such as robots and machines, solely through thought control.

'20.03.2023 06:20:46'

Superconducting amplifiers offer high performance with lower power consumption

Researchers have devised a new concept of superconducting microwave low-noise amplifiers for use in radio wave detectors for radio astronomy observations, and successfully demonstrated a high-performance cooled amplifier with power consumption thr...

'17.03.2023 14:49:43'

3D-printed revolving devices can sense how they are moving

Researchers created a system that enables makers to incorporate sensors directly into rotational mechanisms with only one pass in a 3D printer. This gives rotational mechanisms like gearboxes the ability to sense their angular position, rotation s...

'17.03.2023 10:51:02'

Qubits put new spin on magnetism: Boosting applications of quantum computers

Research using a quantum computer as the physical platform for quantum experiments has found a way to design and characterize tailor-made magnetic objects using quantum bits, or qubits. That opens up a new approach to develop new materials and rob...

'14.03.2023 16:53:31'

Researcher solves nearly 60-year-old game theory dilemma

A researcher has solved a nearly 60-year-old game theory dilemma called the wall pursuit game, with implications for better reasoning about autonomous systems such as driver-less vehicles.

'14.03.2023 07:07:53'

Cleaning up the atmosphere with quantum computing

Practical carbon capture technologies are still in the early stages of development, with the most promising involving a class of compounds called amines that can chemically bind with carbon dioxide. Researchers now deploy an algorithm to study ami...

'14.03.2023 07:06:59'

Researchers develop soft robot that shifts from land to sea with ease

Most animals can quickly transition from walking to jumping to crawling to swimming if needed without reconfiguring or making major adjustments. Most robots cannot. But researchers have now created soft robots that can seamlessly shift from walkin...

'8.03.2023 12:17:09'

New kind of transistor could shrink communications devices on smartphones

One month after announcing a ferroelectric semiconductor at the nanoscale thinness required for modern computing components, a team has now demonstrated a reconfigurable transistor using that material. Their work paves the way for single amplifier...

'8.03.2023 06:22:10'

Researchers take a step towards turning interactions that normally ruin quantum information into a way of protecting it

A new method for predicting the behavior of quantum devices provides a crucial tool for real-world applications of quantum technology.

'8.03.2023 06:21:47'

Artificial intelligence (AI) reconstructs motion sequences of humans and animals

Imagine for a moment, that we are on a safari watching a giraffe graze. After looking away for a second, we then see the animal lower its head and sit down. But, we wonder, what happened in the meantime? Computer scientists have found a way to enc...

'7.03.2023 06:44:48'

Complex oxides could power the computers of the future

Materials scientists describe in two papers how complex oxides can be used to create very energy-efficient magneto-electric spin-orbit (MESO) devices and memristive devices with reduced dimensions.

'6.03.2023 05:08:32'

Phone-based measurements provide fast, accurate information about the health of forests

Researchers have developed an algorithm that uses computer vision techniques to accurately measure trees almost five times faster than traditional, manual methods.

'3.03.2023 05:53:57'

Integrating humans with AI in structural design

A new design process that uses generative design but also seeks feedback from humans is more effective at producing designs that are fully optimized for their purpose.

'28.02.2023 02:57:39'

Will future computers run on human brain cells?

A 'biocomputer' powered by human brain cells could be developed within our lifetime, according to researchers who expect such technology to exponentially expand the capabilities of modern computing and create novel fields of study.

'27.02.2023 08:25:27'

New material may offer key to solving quantum computing issue

A new form of heterostructure of layered two-dimensional (2D) materials may enable quantum computing to overcome key barriers to its widespread application, according to an international team of researchers.

'23.02.2023 13:18:25'

A new chip for decoding data transmissions demonstrates record-breaking energy efficiency

A new chip called ORBGRAND can decode any code applied to data transmitted over the internet with maximum accuracy and between 10 and 100 times more energy efficiency than other methods.

'23.02.2023 08:28:57'

Theory can sort order from chaos in complex quantum systems

Theoretical chemists have developed a theory that can predict the threshold at which quantum dynamics switches from 'orderly' to 'random,' as shown through research using large-scale computations on photosynthesis models.

'22.02.2023 06:59:48'

New technology turns smartphones into RFID readers, saving costs and reducing waste

Imagine you can open your fridge, open an app on your phone and immediately know which items are expiring within a few days. This is one of the applications that a new technology would enable.

'21.02.2023 08:21:12'

Improving the performance of satellites in low Earth orbit

On-chip distributed radiation sensors and current-sharing techniques can be used to reduce the impact of radiation on the radio and power consumption of small satellites, respectively. New findings can be used to make small satellites more robust,...

'21.02.2023 06:31:21'

The switch made from a single molecule

Researchers have demonstrated a switch, analogous to a transistor, made from a single molecule called fullerene. By using a carefully tuned laser pulse, the researchers are able to use fullerene to switch the path of an incoming electron in a pred...

'15.02.2023 09:36:40'

Proposed quantum device may succinctly realize emergent particles such as the Fibonacci anyon

Tenacity has taken a roadblock and turned it into a possible route to the development of quantum computing.

'14.02.2023 10:40:59'

Securing supply chains with quantum computing

New research in quantum computing is moving science closer to being able to overcome supply-chain challenges and restore global security during future periods of unrest.

'14.02.2023 10:40:21'

When the light is neither 'on' nor 'off' in the nanoworld

Scientists detect the quantum properties of collective optical-electronic oscillations on the nanoscale. The results could contribute to the development of novel computer chips.

'13.02.2023 15:10:48'

Smash or pass? This computer can tell

Could an app tell if a first date is just not that into you? Engineers say the technology might not be far off. They trained a computer to identify the type of conversation two people were having based on their physiological responses alone.

'13.02.2023 07:07:01'

Chromo-encryption method encodes secrets with color

In a new approach to security that unites technology and art, E researchers have combined silver nanostructures with polarized light to yield a range of brilliant colors, which can be used to encode messages.

'10.02.2023 13:51:47'

Computer model IDs roles of individual genes in early embryonic development

Computer software can predict what happens to complex gene networks when individual genes are missing or dialed up more than usual. Mapping the roles of single genes in these networks is key to understanding healthy development and finding ways to...

'10.02.2023 09:58:28'

Virtual and augmented reality: Researchers pioneer process to stack micro-LEDs

Researchers are using emerging technology to demonstrate a process that will enable more immersive and realistic virtual and augmented reality displays with the world's smallest and thinnest micro-LEDs.

'9.02.2023 06:47:28'

Scientists boost quantum signals while reducing noise

Researchers have developed a special type of amplifier that uses a technique known as squeezing to amplify quantum signals by a factor of 100 while reducing the noise that is inherent in quantum systems by an order of magnitude. Their device is th...

'9.02.2023 04:41:33'

New AI technology could change game prep for Super Bowl teams

New artificial intelligence technology being developed by engineers could significantly cut down on the time and cost that goes into film study for Super Bowl-bound teams (and all NFL and college football teams), while also enhancing game strategy...

'8.02.2023 07:50:54'

Scientists make major breakthrough in developing practical quantum computers that can solve big challenges of our time

Researchers have demonstrated that quantum bits (qubits) can directly transfer between quantum computer microchips and demonstrated this with record-breaking connection speed and accuracy. This breakthrough resolves a major challenge in building q...

'7.02.2023 09:42:38'

Solving a machine-learning mystery

Researchers have explained how large language models like GPT-3 are able to learn new tasks without updating their parameters, despite not being trained to perform those tasks. They found that these large language models write smaller linear model...

'7.02.2023 09:42:22'

Researchers focus AI on finding exoplanets

New research reveals that artificial intelligence can be used to find planets outside of our solar system. The recent study demonstrated that machine learning can be used to find exoplanets, information that could reshape how scientists detect and...

'7.02.2023 09:42:20'

Can pigeons match wits with artificial intelligence?

Can a pigeon match wits with artificial intelligence? Researchers tested pigeons' learning abilities and concluded the birds employ the same basic process, called associative learning, as the most advanced AI technologies.

'1.02.2023 05:28:47'

New approach to 'punishment and reward' method of training artificial intelligence offers potential key to unlock new treatments for aggressive cancers

A new 'outside-the-box' method of teaching artificial intelligence (AI) models to make decisions could provide hope for finding new therapeutic methods for cancer, according to a new study.

'1.02.2023 05:28:37'

To know where the birds are going, researchers turn to citizen science and machine learning

Computer scientists recently announced a new, predictive model that is capable of accurately forecasting where a migratory bird will go next -- one of the most difficult tasks in biology. The model is called BirdFlow, and while it is still being p...

'31.01.2023 11:05:35'

Researchers take a step toward novel quantum simulators

If scaled up successfully, the team's new system could help answer questions about certain kinds of superconductors and other unusual states of matter.

'30.01.2023 16:39:53'

Artificial intelligence aids discovery of super tight-binding antibodies

Scientists developed an artificial intelligence tool that could accelerate the development of new high affinity antibody drugs.

'30.01.2023 09:48:03'

New method to control electron spin paves the way for efficient quantum computers

Researchers have developed a new method for manipulating information in quantum systems by controlling the spin of electrons in silicon quantum dots. The results provide a promising new mechanism for control of qubits, which could pave the way for...

'30.01.2023 08:05:12'

Will machine learning help us find extraterrestrial life?

Researchers have applied a deep learning technique to a previously studied dataset of nearby stars and uncovered eight previously unidentified signals of interest.

'26.01.2023 11:19:26'

Quantum physicists make major nanoscopic advance

In a new breakthrough, researchers have solved a problem that has caused quantum researchers headaches for years. The researchers can now control two quantum light sources rather than one. Trivial as it may seem to those uninitiated in quantum, th...

'25.01.2023 07:16:09'

Transistors repurposed as microchip 'clock' address supply chain weakness

A new technique uses standard chip fab methods to fabricate the building block of a timing device, critical to all microprocessors. Currently, this timing device, known as an acoustic resonator, must be produced separately, often overseas, creatin...

'24.01.2023 08:20:26'

Color images from the shadow of a sample

A research team has developed a new method to produce X-ray images in color. In the past, the only way to determine the chemical composition of a sample and the position of its components using X-ray fluorescence analysis was to focus the X-rays a...

'24.01.2023 05:15:47'

Spin transport measured through molecular films now long enough to develop spintronic devices

A research group has succeeded in measuring spin transport in a thin film of specific molecules -- a material well-known in organic light emitting diodes -- at room temperature. They found that this thin molecular film has a spin diffusion length ...

'20.01.2023 08:13:00'

First computational reconstruction of a virus in its biological entirety

A researcher has created a computer reconstruction of a virus, including its complete native genome. Although other researchers have created similar reconstructions, this is believed to be the first to replicate the exact chemical and 3D structure...

'19.01.2023 13:58:12'

'Smart' walking stick could help visually impaired with groceries, finding a seat

For people who are blind or visually impaired, finding the right products in a crowded grocery store can be difficult without help. A team of computer scientists is trying to change that.

'18.01.2023 14:59:30'

Shedding light on quantum photonics

As buzz grows ever louder over the future of quantum, researchers everywhere are working overtime to discover how best to unlock the promise of super-positioned, entangled, tunneling or otherwise ready-for-primetime quantum particles, the ability ...

'18.01.2023 06:16:49'

Can you trust your quantum simulator?

Physicists have developed a protocol to verify the accuracy of quantum experiments.

'18.01.2023 04:20:56'

Light-based tech could inspire Moon navigation and next-gen farming

Super-thin chips made from lithium niobate are set to overtake silicon chips in light-based technologies, with potential applications ranging from remote ripening-fruit detection on Earth to navigation on the Moon. They say the artificial crystal ...

'15.01.2023 03:11:23'

COVID calculations spur solution to old problem in computer science

A mathematician was keen to forecast the evolution of the COVID epidemic. Instead, he ended up solving a problem which had troubled computer scientists for decades.

'14.01.2023 09:27:50'

Clinical trial results indicate low rate of adverse events associated with implanted brain computer interface

There were no safety events that required removal of the device, no infections of the brain or nervous system, and no adverse events resulting in permanently increased disability related to the investigational device.

'12.01.2023 06:31:41'

Computers that power self-driving cars could be a huge driver of global carbon emissions

A new model quantifies emissions that will be generated by computers on fully autonomous vehicles. If self-driving cars are widely adopted, their emissions will rival those generated by all the data centers in the world today. Keeping emissions at...

'12.01.2023 04:09:38'

Screen-printing method can make wearable electronics less expensive

A new study demonstrates that electrodes can be made using just screen printing, creating a stretchable, durable circuit pattern that can be transferred to fabric and worn directly on human skin. Such wearable electronics can be used for health mo...

'11.01.2023 14:35:18'

Computer models determine drug candidate's ability to bind to proteins

Combing computational physics with experimental data, researchers have developed computer models for determining a drug candidate's ability to target and bind to proteins within cells.

'10.01.2023 05:34:48'

Scientists use machine learning to fast-track drug formulation development

Scientists have successfully tested the use of machine learning models to guide the design of long-acting injectable drug formulations. The potential for machine learning algorithms to accelerate drug formulation could reduce the time and cost ass...

'10.01.2023 05:34:16'

The thermodynamics of quantum computing

In research on quantum computers, one aspect that has been mostly neglected until now is the generation of heat. Physicists now focus their attention on heat as an interference factor -- and have developed a method to experimentally measure the he...

'9.01.2023 06:27:11'

AI developed to monitor changes to the globally important Thwaites Glacier

Scientists have developed artificial intelligence techniques to track the development of crevasses -- or fractures -- on the Thwaites Glacier Ice Tongue in west Antarctica. A team of scientists has adapted an AI algorithm originally developed to i...

'5.01.2023 10:13:35'

New quantum computing architecture could be used to connect large-scale devices

Researchers have demonstrated an architecture that can enable high fidelity and scalable communication between superconducting quantum processors. Their technique can generate and route photons, which carry quantum information, in a user-specified...

'5.01.2023 05:43:29'

New approach to epidemic modeling could speed up pandemic simulations

Researchers are employing sparsification, a method from graph theory and computer science, to identify which links in a network are the most important for the spread of disease.

'4.01.2023 18:18:12'

Next-generation wireless technology may leverage the human body for energy

While you may be just starting to reap the advantages of 5G wireless technology, researchers throughout the world are already working hard on the future: 6G. One of the most promising breakthroughs in 6G telecommunications is the possibility of Vi...