SLAC fires up the world"s most powerful X-ray laser: LCLS-II ushers in a new era of science

The newly upgraded Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory successfully produced its first X-rays, and researchers around the world are already lined up to.....»»

Category: topSource:  pcmagSep 18th, 2023

Mineral nanoparticles could potentially act as nanozyme mimics, assisting fungi in breaking down organic pollutants

A study led by Dr. Guanghui Yu from School of Earth System Science, Tianjin University, delved into the role of magnetite nanoparticles as nanozyme mimics......»»

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Intercomparison of multi-model ensemble-processing strategies for climate projection in China

A new study led by Prof. Zhihong Jiang at Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology and Prof. Laurent Li at Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, CNRS has been published in Science China Earth Sciences......»»

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Apple launches "Meet with Apple Experts" for developers worldwide

Apple has unveiled a series of sessions, one to one consultations, and workshops for app developers around the world.An Apple developer session (Source: Apple)Building on its regular WWDC seminars, and its more recent App Store Expert sessions, Apple.....»»

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New findings on the albino giant panda in the Wolong National Nature Reserve

Four years ago, in a twist of fate, an all-white "bear-like" creature spotted in a nature reserve in China's Sichuan Province was identified by zoologists as the world's only albino giant panda. (The giant panda is classified as a species of bear.).....»»

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RNA recovered from extinct animal in world first

Scientists have for the first time recovered RNA from an extinct species, the Tasmanian tiger, raising hope for the resurrection of animals once thought lost forever, Stockholm University researchers told AFP......»»

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South American bat rediscovered after a century

The Strange Big-eared Brown Bat, Histiotus alienus, was first described by science in 1916, by the British zoologist Oldfield Thomas. The description of the species was based on a single specimen captured in Joinville, Paraná, in southern Brazil......»»

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Certified Reference Material unlocks precise acrylamide measurement in infant formula

The Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) has developed a Certified Reference Material (CRM) for the accurate analysis of low levels of acrylamide in infant formula......»»

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Possible Honda NSX successor to debut as EV at Japan Mobility Show

A possible all-electric successor to the NSX supercar will headline Honda's booth at next month's Japan Mobility Show as it pulls the wraps on three world premieres......»»

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The Giant Magellan Telescope"s final mirror fabrication begins

The Giant Magellan Telescope begins the four-year process to fabricate and polish its seventh and final primary mirror, the last required to complete the telescope's 368 square meter light collecting surface, the world's largest and most challenging.....»»

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New insect genus discovered in one of the most biodiverse rain forest regions in the world

The Allpahuayo-Mishana National Reserve in Peru has often been described as the most biodiverse rainforest in the world. For example, in recent decades, scientist have discovered several new bird species from the region. Researchers at the University.....»»

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Making a femtosecond laser out of glass

Is it possible to make a femtosecond laser entirely out of glass? That's the rabbit hole that Yves Bellouard, head of EPFL's Galatea Laboratory, went down after years of spending hours—and hours—aligning femtosecond lasers for lab experiments......»»

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New study on how governments can fund radical ecological and social policies without GDP growth

According to a new study led by a researcher at Freie Universität Berlin's Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science, the level of gross domestic product (GDP) has no impact on the ability of states with monetary sovereignty to fund investments in ra.....»»

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Tivoli Audio reimagines its SongBook as two retro-style boomboxes

The Tivoli Audio SongBook is back, but it looks nothing like the original clock radio from 2004. The SongBook and SongBook Max are powerful Bluetooth portables......»»

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Stacking order and strain boosts second-harmonic generation with 2D Janus hetero-bilayers

A group of researchers from Tohoku University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Rice University, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Zhejiang University, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have proposed a new mechanism to enhance s.....»»

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Rich nations, China must accelerate race to net zero: IEA

Rich and developing nations alike must sharply improve their net-zero targets, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday, warning that a clean energy surge was the main reason the world's climate goals are still within reach......»»

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Humans could serve as sentinels for "forever chemicals" harm to wildlife health

A new paper published in Science of The Total Environment by Environmental Working Group scientists proposes an intriguing concept: Humans can serve as a valuable resource for understanding the impact on other animal species of the toxic "forever che.....»»

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MITRE ATT&CK project leader on why the framework remains vital for cybersecurity pros

MITRE ATT&CK, a common language for cybersecurity professionals to communicate with each other and better understand real-world adversary behaviors, celebrates its 10th anniversary this fall. In this Help Net Security interview, project leader Adam P.....»»

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Kindness has persisted in a competitive world—cultural evolution can explain why

Recently, I was walking with some fellow parents after nursery drop-off when we came across a five-pound note lying on the pavement. We stood around it for a moment, a bit awkwardly, until someone suggested putting it on a nearby bench. Then one of t.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsSep 25th, 2023

Chromosome-scale genome sequence of Suaeda glauca sheds light on salt stress tolerance in halophytes

A research paper titled "Chromosome-scale genome sequence of Suaeda glauca sheds light on salt stress tolerance in halophytes," by Professor Qin Yuan's team from the Center for Genomics, Haixia Institute of Science and Technology (Future Technology C.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsSep 25th, 2023

No more GPUs? Here’s what Nvidia’s DLSS 10 could look like

Nvidia has just teased the future of DLSS, and it looks like the feature alone might one day be powerful enough to replace a whole team of people......»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsSep 25th, 2023