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The National Space Society Congratulates NASA on the Success of Artemis I Same-day Launch of the Hakuto-R Lunar Landing Mission will Help Support Future Lunar Crews

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
On Sunday, December 11, the National Space Society marked two important steps toward a future human presence on the Moon. First, the uncrewed mission of Artemis I was completed when Lockheed Martin's...

Team undertakes study of two-dimensional transition metal chalcogenides Important biomedical application, including biosensing

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
Two-dimensional materials, like transition metal dichalcogenide, have applications in public health because of their large surface area and high surface sensitivities, along with their unique electric...

Rapid fluorescent mapping of electrochemically induced local pH changes

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
This study is led by Dr. Wei Wang (Nanjing University). Protons broadly participate in important electrocatalysis as long as the aqueous reaction involves at any elementary step the molecules (e.g. su...

Quantum receiver enhanced by adaptive learning

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
The quantum receiver is an elementary component in quantum information processing tasks. It aims to extract necessary information from non-orthogonal quantum states. Due to the nature of shot noise, s...

Scientist mimic nature to make nano particle metallic snowflakes: Scientists in New Zealand and Australia working at the level of atoms created something unexpected: tiny metallic snowflakes

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
Scientists in New Zealand and Australia working at the level of atoms created something unexpected: tiny metallic snowflakes. Why’s that significant? Because coaxing individual atoms to cooperate in...

3D-printed decoder, AI-enabled image compression could enable higher-res displays

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
FINDINGS A UCLA team has developed a technology for projecting high-resolution computer-generated images using one-sixteenth the number of pixels contained in their source images. The system compress...

Computational system streamlines the design of fluidic devices: This computational tool can generate an optimal design for a complex fluidic device such as a combustion engine or a hydraulic pump

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
Combustion engines, propellors, and hydraulic pumps are examples of fluidic devices — instruments that utilize fluids to perform certain functions, such as generating power or transporting water.

SLAC/Stanford researchers discover how a nano-chamber in the cell directs protein folding: The results challenge a 70-year-old theory of how proteins fold in our cells and have profound implications for treating diseases linked to protein misfolding

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
A landmark study by researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University reveals how a tiny cellular machine called TRiC directs the folding of tubuli...

Experimental nanosheet material marks a step toward the next generation of low-power, high-performance electronics

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
A team of researchers in China have developed a high-conductivity material that could greatly reduce contact resistance and Schottky barrier height within critical parts of electronic and optoelectron...

Tin selenide nanosheets enables to develop wearable tracking devices

December 28, 2022 - 6:36pm
Researchers have synthesized two-dimensional (2D) tin selenide (SnSe) nanosheets with remarkable piezoelectricity—turning mechanical stress into electricity—that enables to develop self-power wearable...