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Studying the Speed of Multi-hop Bluetooth Networks

1 hours ago − University of the Basque Country
"Let's suppose that we need a system for monitoring vital signs in a home for the elderly; preferably a wireless system. Using the deployed standard, the sensors that will be communicating via Bluetooth are connected to each other. "The elderly individuals in the home are fitted with these sensors which are used to measure their body temperature, heart rate, etc. and to forward the data to the nursing department,"…
• Young Scientist Discovers New Method to Achieve Ultra-narrow Laser Linewidth − 1 hours ago
• Hacked Emails Slice Spam Fast − 1 hours ago
• Global Quantum Communications - No Longer the Stuff of Fiction? − 1 hours ago
• Lawrence Livermore Researchers Develop Efficient Method to Produce Nanoporous Metals − 19 hours ago
• Virtual Money: User's Identity Can Be Revealed Much Easier Than Thought − 22 hours ago
• Physicists Bind Single-atom Sheets with the Same Force Geckos Use to Climb Walls − 22 hours ago
• Breakthrough in Flexible Electronics Enabled by Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off − 22 hours ago
• Blu-ray Disc Can Be Used to Improve Solar Cell Performance − 22 hours ago
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Bitcoin
11-25-14

Virtual Money: User's Identity Can Be Revealed Much Easier Than Thought

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Solar
11-25-14
Blu-ray Disc Can Be Used to Improve Solar Cell Performance
Who knew Blu-ray discs were so useful? Already one of the best ways to store high-definition movies and television shows because of their high-density data storage, Blu-ray discs also…
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Metal
11-25-14
Lawrence Livermore Researchers Develop Efficient Method to Produce Nanoporous Metals
LIVERMORE, Calif. - Nanoporous metals -- foam-like materials that have some degree of air vacuum in their structure -- have a wide range of applications because of their superior…
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Atomic
11-25-14

Physicists Bind Single-atom Sheets with the Same Force Geckos Use to Climb Walls

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High
11-25-14

Breakthrough in Flexible Electronics Enabled by Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off

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Networks
11-25-14

Study Supports Free 'Super Wi-Fi'

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Greer
11-24-14

Theater Arts Research Offers Insight for Designers, Builders of Robots

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Network
11-24-14
End to End 5G for Super, Superfast Mobile
A collaboration between NEC Electronics Samsung and several academic centres in China and Iran, is investigating how software-defined cellular networking might be used to give smart phone users the…
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Dna
11-24-14

ASU, IBM Move Ultrafast, Low-cost DNA Sequencing Technology a Step Closer to Reality

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Razeghi
11-24-14
New Terahertz Device Could Strengthen Security
We are all familiar with the hassles that accompany air travel. We shuffle through long lines, remove our shoes, and carry liquids in regulation-sized tubes. And even after all…
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Nodes
11-26-14

Studying the Speed of Multi-hop Bluetooth Networks

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Memory
11-26-14

Global Quantum Communications - No Longer the Stuff of Fiction?

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Optical
11-26-14
Young Scientist Discovers New Method to Achieve Ultra-narrow Laser Linewidth
Chongqing, China--Dr. Tao Zhu and his team of researchers from Chongqing University, Southwest China, have discovered a new method to highly compress laser linewidth based on Rayleigh backscattering. Using…
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Spam
11-26-14
Hacked Emails Slice Spam Fast
Spam spreads much faster and to more people when it is being propagated by hacked, or otherwise compromised, email accounts rather than legitimate accounts, according to research published in…
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Nanotechnology, Nanotube

NTU Singapore Develops Novel 2-in-1 Biomarker And Drug Delivery System


6 days ago − Nanyang Technological University
• Researchers Create & Control Spin Waves, Lifting Prospects for Enhanced Info Processing − 8 days ago
• Microbot Muscles: Chains of Particles Assemble And Flex − 15 days ago
• QUT Leading the Charge for Panel-powered Car − 19 days ago
• Measuring Nano-vibrations − 21 days ago
• Nanotubes Could Serve as 'Universal Scaffolding' for Cell Membrane Channels − 22 days ago
• Breakthrough in Molecular Electronics Paves the Way for DNA-based Computer Circuits in the Future − 1 months ago
 
Laser, Optics

Global Quantum Communications - No Longer the Stuff of Fiction?


1 hours ago − Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw
• Young Scientist Discovers New Method to Achieve Ultra-narrow Laser Linewidth − 1 hours ago
• Physicists Bind Single-atom Sheets with the Same Force Geckos Use to Climb Walls − 22 hours ago
• Breakthrough in Flexible Electronics Enabled by Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off − 22 hours ago
• Discovery Sheds Light on Nuclear Reactor Fuel Behavior During a Severe Event − 5 days ago
• New Technique to Help Produce Next-generation Photonic Chips − 8 days ago
• Lawrence Livermore Develops Method to Measure Residual Stress in 3-D Printed Metal Parts − 8 days ago
 
Quantum Physics

Twisted Light Waves Sent Across Vienna (w/Video)


14 days ago − Institute of Physics
• New Terahertz Device Could Strengthen Security − 2 days ago
• UO-industry Collaboration Points to Improved Nanomaterials − 5 days ago
• NTU Singapore Develops Novel 2-in-1 Biomarker And Drug Delivery System − 6 days ago
• A Piece of the Quantum Puzzle − 13 days ago
• Global Quantum Communications - No Longer the Stuff of Fiction? − 1 hours ago
• Good Vibrations Give Electrons Excitations That Rock an Insulator to Go Metallic − 16 days ago
 
Nuclear Technology

UT Arlington Researchers Develop New Transparent Nanoscintillators for Radiation Detection


1 months ago − University of Texas at Arlington
• Atomic Timekeeping, on the Go − 13 days ago
• Measuring Nano-vibrations − 21 days ago
• Solid Nanoparticles Can Deform Like a Liquid − 1 months ago
• Quantum Environmentalism − 1 months ago
• Discovery Sheds Light on Nuclear Reactor Fuel Behavior During a Severe Event − 5 days ago
• Underwater Robot for Port Security − 2 months ago
 
Computing

New Tech Aims to Improve Communication Between Dogs And Humans


26 days ago − North Carolina State University
• Theater Arts Research Offers Insight for Designers, Builders of Robots − 2 days ago
• New Terahertz Device Could Strengthen Security − 2 days ago
• Researchers Discern the Shapes of High-order Brownian Motions − 8 days ago
• Fighting Crime Through Crowdsourcing − 13 days ago
• Raising Cryptography's Standards − 26 days ago
 
Electronics, Electricity

Breakthrough in Flexible Electronics Enabled by Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off


22 hours ago − The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
• Physicists Bind Single-atom Sheets with the Same Force Geckos Use to Climb Walls − 22 hours ago
• End to End 5G for Super, Superfast Mobile − 2 days ago
• NRL Scientists Discover Novel Metamaterial Properties Within Hexagonal Boron Nitride − 5 days ago
• Paper Electronics Could Make Health Care More Accessible − 6 days ago
• Atomic Timekeeping, on the Go − 13 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cell

Towards Controlled Dislocations


1 months ago − International Union of Crystallography
• Competition for Graphene − 3 months ago
• Eco-friendly 'Pre-fab Nanoparticles' Could Revolutionize Nano Manufacturing − 3 months ago
• Nano World: Where Towers Construct Themselves − 5 months ago
• In a Commanding Position - And Now Cheaper − 7 months ago
• Multilayer, Microscale Solar Cells Enable Ultrahigh Efficiency Power Generation − 7 months ago
 
Networking, Mobile Technology
Hacked Emails Slice Spam Fast

1 hours ago − Inderscience Publishers
Spam spreads much faster and to more people when it is being propagated by hacked, or otherwise compromised, email accounts rather than legitimate accounts, according to research published in the International Journal of Security and Networks. The insight should help those modeling the dynamics of information diffusion as well as those hoping to track and trace spam with a view to slowing or blocking its propagation. Spam traditionally contained…
• End to End 5G for Super, Superfast Mobile − 2 days ago
• Cockroach Cyborgs Use Microphones to Detect, Trace Sounds − 20 days ago
• Beyond LOL Cats, Social Networks Could Become Trove of Biodiversity Data − 1 months ago
• The Internet Sleeps - in Some Parts of the World − 1 months ago
• The Social Web of Things − 1 months ago
 
Robotics

Theater Arts Research Offers Insight for Designers, Builders of Robots


2 days ago − University of Texas at Arlington
• Disney Research Develops Hybrid Fluid Transmission Enabling Light And Swift Robotic Arms − 26 days ago
• A GPS from the Chemistry Set − 29 days ago
• Pressing the Accelerator on Quantum Robotics − 1 months ago
• Online Games And Remote Experiments Could Reduce Scientific Fraud, Cherry-picking − 1 months ago
• Robot Researcher Combines Nature to Nurture 'Superhuman' Navigation − 1 months ago
 
Automobile, Electric Car

Versatile Bonding for Lightweight Components


6 days ago − Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
• New Form of Crystalline Order Holds Promise for Thermoelectric Applications − 11 days ago
• Study Exposes Bias in Transportation System Design − 1 months ago
• Nanoribbon Film Keeps Glass Ice-free − 2 months ago
• Soft Robot Squirms over Fire, Ice, And Withstands Crushing Force − 2 months ago
• Organic Vs. Paid Advertising? Inside the Mind of an Online Browser − 3 months ago
 
Aeronautics, Aircraft

New Analytical Technology Reveals 'Nanomechanical' Surface Traits


2 months ago − Purdue University
• Projecting a Robot's Intentions − 27 days ago
• Shrink-wrapping Spacesuits − 2 months ago
• Where to Grab Space Debris − 2 months ago
• Atomic Timekeeping, on the Go − 13 days ago
• Delivery by Drone − 3 months ago
 
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