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18.08.2022
22:53 Phys.org Open-source software enables researchers to visualize nanoscale structures in real time

Computer chip designers, materials scientists, biologists and other scientists now have an unprecedented level of access to the world of nanoscale materials thanks to 3D visualization software that connects directly to an electron microscope, enabling researchers to see and manipulate 3D visualizations of nanomaterials in real time.

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22:03 Nanowerk.com Visualizing nanoscale structures in real time (w/video)

Open-source software enables researchers to see materials in 3D while they're still on the electron microscope.

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21:12 UniverseToday.Com A New Image From Webb Shows Galaxy NGC 1365, Known to Have an Actively Feeding Supermassive Black Hole

A new James Webb image shows the Great Barred Spiral Galaxy in stunning detail! The post A New Image From Webb Shows Galaxy NGC 1365, Known to Have an Actively Feeding Supermassive Black Hole appeared first on Universe Today.

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20:13 Technology.org Taiwan Unveiled Its Best Fighter Jet F-16 Viper: How does it Compare to China’s J-20? (Video)

Taiwan demonstrates its strength in military area: prompted by aviation drills conducted by China in Taiwan Strait, Taipei

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18:53 Phys.org Immune system: First image of antigen-bound T-cell receptor at atomic resolution

The immune system of vertebrates is a powerful weapon against external pathogens and cancerous cells. T cells play a crucial role in this context. They carry a special receptor called the T-cell receptor on their surface that recognizes antigens—small protein fragments of bacteria, viruses and infected or cancerous body cells—which are presented by specialized immune complexes.

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15:53 Phys.org See the largest image the James Webb Space Telescope has taken to date

A team of scientists using the James Webb Space Telescope have just released the largest image taken by the telescope so far. The image is a mosaic of 690 individual frames taken with the telescope's Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) and it covers an area of sky about eight times as large as JWST's First Deep Field Image released on July 12. And it is absolutely FULL of early galaxies, many never seen before. Additionally, the team may have photographed one of the most distant galaxies yet observed.

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04:20 NewScientist.Com Video calls improved cognition in older people at risk of Alzheimer’s

For socially isolated older people with mild cognitive impairment, 30-minute video calls four times a week improved cognition, happiness and brain connectivity

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01:12 UniverseToday.Com Here’s the Largest Image JWST Has Taken So Far

A team of scientists using the James Webb Space Telescope have just released the largest image taken by the telescope so far. The image is a mosaic of 690 individual frames taken with the telescope’s Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) and it covers an area of sky about eight times as large as JWST’s First Deep … Continue reading "Here’s the Largest Image JWST Has Taken So Far" The post Here’s the Largest Image JWST Has Taken So Far appeared first on Universe Today.

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17.08.2022
21:13 Technology.org The rocket to image supernova remnant

A Northwestern University astrophysics team is aiming for the stars — well, a dead star, that is. The

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18:13 Nanowerk.com Extracting gold from waste with graphene (w/video)

Researchers have shown that graphene can be a kind of philosopher's stone, allowing gold extraction from waste containing only trace amounts of gold (down to billionth of a percent).

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16.08.2022
23:53 Phys.org Image: Burning in Botswana

Large wildland fires commonly burn in sub-Saharan Africa from August to October, late in the dry season. In Botswana, a period of quiet fire activity in early August 2022 was short lived as several active blazes filled the sky with smoke by mid-month.

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21:43 Phys.org Image: ESO telescope images a spectacular cosmic dance

ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has imaged the result of a spectacular cosmic collision—the galaxy NGC 7727. This giant was born from the merger of two galaxies, an event that started around a billion years ago. At its center lies the closest pair of supermassive black holes ever found, two objects that are destined to coalesce into an even more massive black hole.

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18:13 Technology.org A rise of kamikaze drones? UAV used to destroy a communications tower (Video)

In a surprising turn of events, a kamikaze drone controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine was used

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12:13 Technology.org Cine-AI: Generating Video Game Cutscenes in the Style of Human Directors

In-game cutscenes are non-interactive sequences in a video game that pause and break up gameplay. They are used

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05:03 Technology.org Can We Throw Satellites to Space? (Video)

Launching a rocket to Earth’s orbit is extremely costly. Could we perhaps just throw satellites to space? Carrier

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15.08.2022
18:43 Phys.org Video: How quinine caused World War I

If we look at how the bark of the cinchona tree is used to treat malaria, we can see the cutting-edge chemistry of quinine binding an enzyme essential for the malaria parasite's survival.

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12.08.2022
21:23 Technology.org Iron Beam: How Israel’s New Laser Weapon Works (Video)

Just several years ago directed energy weapon systems seemed more of a science fiction than reality. Today, this

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13:13 Technology.org Sinking Ship Simulator: When You Need to Learn to Fix Them, Fast (Video)

To learn to pilot a ship – that’s the dream of many. And, of course, nobody want’s to

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02:13 Technology.org Could You Make A Space Suit From Duct Tape? (Video)

Space suit is a crucial component of going into an open space. To build one, you also need

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11.08.2022
22:43 Phys.org Rocket launch to image supernova remnant

A Northwestern University astrophysics team is aiming for the stars—well, a dead star, that is.

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05:23 Technology.org Can you design your own CPU? (Video)

The short answer is YES. Because all CPUs were designed by humans, weren’t they? There are, however, some

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10.08.2022
22:43 Phys.org Colliding galaxies dazzle in Gemini North image

An evocative new image captured by the Gemini North telescope in Hawai'i reveals a pair of interacting spiral galaxies—NGC 4568 and NGC 4567—as they begin to clash and merge. These galaxies are entangled by their mutual gravitational field and will eventually combine to form a single elliptical galaxy in around 500 million years. Also visible in the image is the glowing remains of a supernova that was detected in 2020.

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20:13 Technology.org First “Bayraktar”, now “Kirpi”: Why is this armored vehicle considered one of the best in its class? (Video)

Turkish-made Bayraktar drones became a very serious support for Ukraine armed forces in the ongoing fight against invading

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20:06 Optics.org Image processing and miniaturized optics promise enhanced hemoglobin sensing

University of Cambridge review indicates strengths and weaknesses of current technology.

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19:33 Nanowerk.com A stretchable display without image distortion

Researchers have developed micro-light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to construct an auxetic meta-display - a distortion-free stretchable display based on auxetic metamaterials.

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09.08.2022
21:23 Technology.org Remotely controlled weapon system SERDAR already in Ukraine: What kind of weapon is it? (Video)

First images about SERDAR battle module and its use in Ukraine already appeared on social networks. Based on

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19:23 Technology.org How Does Gravity Energy Storage Work? (Video)

It is possible to store energy in a so-called gravity battery. When you hear this name, the first

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19:13 Phys.org Leadership online: Charisma matters most in video communication

Managers need to make a consistent impression in order to motivate and inspire people, and that applies even more to video communication than to other digital channels. That is the result of a study by researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). They investigated the influence that charismatic leadership tactics used in text, audio and video communication channels have on employee performance. They focused on mobile work and the gig economy, in which jobs are flexibly assigned to freelancers via online platforms. The results of the study have been published in The Leadership Quarterly.

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08.08.2022
23:23 Technology.org Could we actually grow potatoes on Mars? (Video)

Mars was very similar to Earth in a very distant past. That is why scientists are eyeing possibilities

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18:43 Phys.org Image: Pure gold pin for space testing

Although this pure gold pin is not much bigger than the tip of a pencil, it is the "pulsing heart" of ESA's Low Earth Orbit Facility, LEOX. Part of the Agency's Materials and Electrical Components Laboratory, based at ESA's ESTEC technical center in the Netherlands, this test facility is vital for developing materials capable of withstanding the highly-erosive individual oxygen atoms prevailing at the top of the atmosphere, the result of standard oxygen molecules of the same kind found just above the ground being broken apart by powerful ultraviolet radiation from the sun.

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14:23 Technology.org Researchers Visualize the Intricate Branching of the Nervous System

Our nervous system comprises billions of neurons that speak to each other through axons and dendrites. When the

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12:23 Technology.org P2P: Tuning Pre-trained Image Models for Point Cloud Analysis with Point-to-Pixel Prompting

Nowadays, pre-training big models achieve great success when transferred to downstream tasks with fine-tuning or prompt-tuning strategies. However,

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12:23 Technology.org To better understand the brain, look at the bigger picture

Researchers have learned a lot about the human brain through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), a technique that

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06.08.2022
21:13 Technology.org The Hidden Dangers of Flying to The Edge of Space (Video)

Modern airplanes can reach altitudes near the edge of space, easily exceeding the double height of Mount Everest.

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15:13 Technology.org What Happens Inside a Proton? (Video)

Do you think it’s difficult to simulate an atom? It’s actually not an easy task, but it still

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11:13 Technology.org Expanding Language-Image Pretrained Models for General Video Recognition

Video recognition is used for numerous vision applications, such as micro-video recommendation, sports video analysis, or autonomous driving.

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02:03 Technology.org The Time Five Men Were Nuked to Prove a Point (Video)

This nuclear missile was fired only once. Right above the heads of five men. In a bit more

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04.08.2022
23:23 Technology.org What are the 4 things it takes to be an expert? (Video)

Learning is hard. Just knowing how much effort we have to put in to master a certain skill

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01:13 Technology.org Inside a Captured Russian Drone: See What was Found Inside (Video)

Several days ago CNN released a video report showing how Ukraine’s specialists disassemble a captured Russian drone. During

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03.08.2022
22:10 NewScientist.Com Using hand gestures can improve your experience of video calls

Signals, such as putting your hand over your heart to signify empathy or thumbs up to show you agree, seem to improve people’s experience of video calls more than typing words or using emojis

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21:23 Technology.org Can Triangular Body Armor Deflect Any Bullet? (Video)

It is fair to say that when a gun’s caliber is ‘right for the job’, it can destroy

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21:03 Phys.org Gesture-based communication techniques may ease video meeting challenges

Researchers have developed and demonstrated the potential benefit of a simple set of physical gestures that participants in online group video meetings can use to improve their meeting experience. Paul D. Hills of University College London, U.K., and colleagues from University College London and the University of Exeter, U.K., present the technique, which they call Video Meeting Signals (VMS), in the open-access journal PLOS ONE on August 3, 2022.

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17:33 Phys.org Video: Does space trash ever naturally break down?

Remember when Elon Musk launched a car into space? That car's not just peacefully drifting through a vacuum—it's hurtling around the sun at 63,592 miles per hour, being bombarded by solar radiation. It might be in pieces, but these are not the same pieces it would be in if it were down here on Earth. That's because the environment in space breaks down materials differently.

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16:33 Nanowerk.com Ditching the toothbrush for hydrogels to get whiter teeth, fewer cavities (w/video)

Toothpastes only remove surface stains, and whitening treatments can harm enamel, leading to cavities and discoloration. Now, researchers report a new hydrogel treatment that breaks apart cavity-forming biofilms and whitens teeth without damaging them.

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01:23 Technology.org Can we make an electric guitar out of concrete? How would it sound? (Video)

Electric guitars and acoustic guitars are very different. Of course, there exist combinations of both, but a very

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00:00 NewScientist.Com JWST has released a striking new image of the strange Cartwheel galaxy

The James Webb Space Telescope has taken a picture of the Cartwheel galaxy, which got its weird wheel-like shape when a smaller galaxy crashed through it

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02.08.2022
16:33 Nanowerk.com Open-source software gives a leg up to robot research (w/video)

Researchers have developed an open-source software that enables more agile movement in legged robots.

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14:07 Photonics.com Needle-Shaped Beams Enhance OCT Image Quality

Stanford University researchers have developed a method to create needle-shaped laser beams of varying lengths and diameters, capable of increasing the quality of images obtained by OCT and other imaging modalities. Adam de la Zerda, research team leader from the Stanford University School of Medicine, said that applied to OCT, the needle-shaped beams extended the depth of focus and improved lateral resolution, signal-to-noise ratio, contrast, and image quality over a long depth range. In the past, implementing a specific needle-shaped beam has been difficult due to the lack of an established flexible generation method, de la Zerda said. The researchers used the method described in the recent work to create a variety of beams at...

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30.07.2022
11:23 Nanowerk.com Novel '2D petri dish' captures first images of atoms 'swimming' in liquid (w/video)

Scientists have created a novel 'nano-petri dish' using two-dimensional (2D) materials to create a new method of observing how atoms move in liquid.

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11:23 Nanowerk.com 4D composite printing can improve the wings of drones (w/video)

A new manufacturing technique could make small aircraft easier to build and more fuel efficient.

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11:23 Nanowerk.com Stamp-sized stickers that can see inside the body (w/video)

New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of heart, lungs, and other internal organs.

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01:13 Technology.org AutoTransition: Learning to Recommend Video Transition Effects

Video editing is a challenging task for non-professionals. Luckily, video editing tools can help. A recent paper on

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29.07.2022
09:47 CosmosMagazine.com Scientists use James Webb Space Telescope image to measure distance of lensed galaxies

The first image the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) showed us was galaxy cluster SMACS J0723.3−7327 (or SMACS J0723 for short) with a large number of gravitationally lensed background galaxies. But although it’s easy to see those smeared galaxies in the image, it’s not easy to tell just how far away they actually are. A […]

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28.07.2022
22:10 NewScientist.Com Ultrasound stickers could continuously image internal organs for days

A patch the size of a postage stamp can continuously deliver ultrasound imaging for 48 hours, and it has been used to see changes in the lungs, heart and stomach of people exercising and drinking

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17:53 Phys.org Improved model for the mass distribution of galaxy cluster SMACS J0723.3−7327 based on Webb telescope image

Using the first science image released by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) this month, an international team of scientists with significant contribution from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has built an improved model for the mass distribution of the galaxy cluster SMACS J0723.3−7327. Acting as a so-called gravitational lens, the foreground galaxy cluster produces both multiple images of background galaxies and magnifies these images. One family of such multiple images belongs to a galaxy, which the model predicts to be at a distance of about 13 Gyrs, i.e., whose light traveled some 13 billion years before reaching the telescope.

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16:53 Phys.org Video: 'Mapping' the body with single-cell RNA sequencing

While nearly every cell in the body contains identical genetic instructions packaged in DNA, there is flexibility on how that genetic information is expressed and in turn translated through RNA to create proteins, the building blocks of life.

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10:07 Optics.org US researchers work on improving image sensors for machine vision

Academic-commercial partnership highlights nano-components most likely to create impact in imaging.

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27.07.2022
12:13 Technology.org CelebV-HQ: A Large-Scale Video Facial Attributes Dataset

Generative Adversarial Networks have promoted advances in face generation and editing. However, the progress relies on the contribution

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11:43 Nanowerk.com New research unveils first visualization of friction at the atomic level

New research unveils the atomic-scale friction of a single tungsten asperity, or rough edge, in real time, showing atomic motion for the first time with electron microscopy.

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11:43 Nanowerk.com Improving image sensors for machine vision

On-chip spectrometer, silicon nanowires determine light spectrum, angle.

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08:22 UniverseToday.Com Another Amazing Image from Webb, This Time it’s Galaxy IC 5332

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) continues to both dazzle and amaze with its latest image, this time of Galaxy IC 5332, also known as PGC 71775, which is an intermediate spiral galaxy located approximately 30 million light years away. This comes after JWST released its first images at its full power, which includes the … Continue reading "Another Amazing Image from Webb, This Time it’s Galaxy IC 5332" The post Another Amazing Image from Webb, This Time it’s Galaxy IC 5332 appeared first on Universe Today.

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26.07.2022
18:03 Phys.org Improving image sensors for machine vision

Image sensors measure light intensity, but angle, spectrum, and other aspects of light must also be extracted to significantly advance machine vision.

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16:53 Phys.org Image: Greece battles wildfires on Lesbos island

Hundreds of residents and tourists have been evacuated from the east Aegean island of Lesbos (also known as Lesvos), Greece, after a wildfire broke out on the morning of 23 July. The fire, which has been raging near the coastal area of Vatera, a popular tourist destination, has burned pine forest, shrubland and cultivated fields.

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15:53 Phys.org Why the Dutch keep holding to the image of Black Pete

Analogous to Santa Klaus in the West, every December, the saint Sinterklaas brings gifts to the good children in the Netherlands. However, the latter is not assisted by a Christmas elf, but by what appears as a 'devilish' helper called Black Pete.

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25.07.2022
04:32 UniverseToday.Com Hubble Sees a Mirror Image of the Same Galaxy Thanks to Gravitational Lensing

It’s been an amazing couple of weeks for fans of gravitational lensing. JWST grabbed the headlines with a spectacular infrared view of lensing in the SMACS 0723 image, and that had everybody talking. Yet, seeing gravitationally lensed objects is not new. Some can be seen from the ground, and of course, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) … Continue reading "Hubble Sees a Mirror Image of the Same Galaxy Thanks to Gravitational Lensing" The post Hubble Sees a Mirror Image of the Same Galaxy Thanks to Gravitational Lensing appeared first on Universe Today.

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22.07.2022
20:20 NewScientist.Com AI art tool DALL-E 2 adds 'black' or 'female' to some image prompts

Researchers experimenting with OpenAI's text-to-image tool, DALL-E 2, noticed that it seems to covertly be adding words such as "black" and "female" to image prompts, seemingly in an effort to diversify its output

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20.07.2022
18:13 AzoNano.com Unique Nanophotonic System for Precise Near-Field Probing of Image Polaritons

Although hyperbolic phonon-polaritons were studied using near-field mapping in van der Waals crystals, their near-field signal complexity and the signal loss due to the nature of the substrate made it...

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16:23 Phys.org Image: Smoke over Siberia

During the first week of July, NASA satellites began detecting signs that several wildland fires were burning in Russia's far east. Two weeks later, several fires had grown much larger and more intense, creating rivers of smoke that flowed over parts of Khabarovsk and the neighboring Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

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19.07.2022
22:03 Phys.org Feminism may lead to better body image

New research from the University of Georgia shows a connection between being a feminist and having a better body image.

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21:33 Technology.org Helihome: The Insane 1970’s Flying Camper (Video)

You can convert an old helicopter into a camper. But here’s another concept which is entirely on another

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18:11 NewScientist.Com Stunning JWST image turns dust in a distant galaxy into a purple swirl

A beautiful image of the spiral galaxy NGC 628, produced using data from the James Webb Space Telescope, may provide insights into how dust behaves in space

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18:03 Phys.org Video: The secrets of Jupiter

Discover the top five mysteries that ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (Juice) mission will solve.

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18.07.2022
22:03 Phys.org Visualization of binding processes of cell-cell adhesion molecules in solution

Cell, tissue, and organ structure is maintained by cell-cell adhesion molecules that connect opposing cells. Cadherins are a class of essential cell-cell adhesion molecules for tissue formation and integrity, and defects in cadherin function cause various diseases (e.g., cancer invasion). Cadherin protrudes from the cell surface and binds another cadherin on an opposing cell to mediate cell-cell adhesion. The cadherin binding process mainly comprises two dimerization steps: X-dimer formation and strand-swap (SS-) dimer formation of the extracellular domains (ectodomains) of cadherin. However, interactions other than those involving the formation of the X- and SS-dimers have also been proposed, and the precise binding mechanism of cadherin remains controversial.

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20:13 Technology.org America’s Failed High Speed Tilting Train – The UAC Turbotrain (Video)

The definition of the high-speed railway is a bit different in the U.S. compared to Japan or France.

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17:53 Phys.org Does space trash ever naturally break down? (video)

Remember when Elon Musk launched a car into space? That car's not just peacefully drifting through a vacuum—it's hurtling around the sun at 63,592 miles per hour, being bombarded by solar radiation. It might be in pieces, but these are not the same pieces it would be in if it were down here on Earth. That's because the environment in space breaks down materials differently.

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17.07.2022
17:53 Phys.org First image from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope reveals thousands of galaxies in stunning detail

Billions of years ago, long before a swirling cloud of gas and dust coalesced to form the sun, light left the earliest stars and began a long journey through space.

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16.07.2022
23:13 Technology.org XMem: Long-Term Video Object Segmentation with an Atkinson-Shiffrin Memory Model

Video object segmentation aims at highlighting specified target objects in a given video. A recent paper on arXiv.org

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15.07.2022
22:47 Optics and Photonics News Detecting Gas Leaks via 3D Image Reconstruction

Using two FTIR imaging systems creates 3D images of gas clouds that can be overlaid on maps to provide early leak warnings.

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09:37 CosmosMagazine.com Which of these pictures is a deepfake? Your brain knows the answer before you do

Deepfakes – AI-generated videos and pictures of people – are becoming more and more realistic. This makes them the perfect weapon for disinformation and fraud. But while you might consciously be tricked by a deepfake, new evidence suggests that your brain knows better. Fake portraits cause different signals to fire on brain scans, according to […]

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14.07.2022
10:23 Technology.org Vision Transformer for NeRF-Based View Synthesis from a Single Input Image

Current approaches for novel view synthesis from a single unposed image work well for target views close to

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01:13 Technology.org The History of Artificial Intelligence: CyberWork And The American Dreams (Video)

You probably have noticed this trend long ago: the artificial intelligence (AI) is being steadily integrated into our

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13.07.2022
12:23 Nanowerk.com Tiny motors take a big step forward (w/video)

Researchers have created the first ever solid-state optical nanomotor. All previous versions of these light-driven motors reside in a solution of some sort, which held back their potential for most real-world applications.

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02:20 NewScientist.Com James Webb Space Telescope pictures: Your questions answered

The first set of science images from the James Webb Space Telescope revealed marvellous stars and galaxies. Space reporter Leah Crane answers all your questions about these pictures and the possibilities for JWST

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02:20 NewScientist.Com James Webb Space Telescope team quietly releases a picture of Jupiter

On top of the first high-resolution science images that NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope team just released, there was also a picture of Jupiter hidden in a document about telescope testing

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12.07.2022
19:33 Technology.org Fast-Vid2Vid: Spatial-Temporal Compression for Video-to-Video Synthesis

Video-to-video synthesis (vid2vid) is the task of synthesizing a photo-realistic video given a sequence of semantic maps as

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16:53 Nanowerk.com In its first published image, Webb telescope delivers deepest infrared image of universe yet

Webb's sharp near-infrared view brought out faint structures in extremely distant galaxies, offering the most detailed view of the early universe to date.

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15:33 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Cutting cholesterol with CRISPR, and the James Webb Space Telescope’s first image

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Edits to a cholesterol gene could stop the biggest killer on earth The news: A volunteer in New Zealand has become the first person to undergo DNA editing in order to lower their…

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10:33 Phys.org Webb telescope reveals deepest image of early universe

Humanity's view of the distant cosmos will never be the same.

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06:00 NewScientist.Com James Webb Space Telescope’s first deep-field image is stunning

The first science image from the James Webb Space Telescope, presented by US president Joe Biden on 11 July, is the deepest and highest-resolution infrared image of the universe ever captured

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03:03 TechnologyReview.com President Biden reveals the James Webb Space Telescope’s “poetic” first image of the universe

US President Joe Biden has revealed the first image taken by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), showcasing some of the most distant galaxies ever seen. Announced today from the White House with NASA, the image shows a small portion of the sky—comparable to the span of a grain of sand held at arm’s length—enhanced…

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02:12 UniverseToday.Com Behold, the James Webb Space Telescope’s First Image!

NASA has just released the first image taken by the James Webb Space Telescope! The post Behold, the James Webb Space Telescope’s First Image! appeared first on Universe Today.

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11.07.2022
18:33 Phys.org Excitement builds as Biden to release first image from Webb telescope

US President Joe Biden will Monday release one of the first images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful observatory ever sent into orbit and a leap forward in uncovering the secrets of the distant universe.

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17:03 Phys.org Image: Hubble spots a merging galactic gem

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observation has captured the galaxy CGCG 396-2, an unusual multi-armed galaxy merger which lies around 520 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Orion.

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06:42 UniverseToday.Com Good News! One JWST Picture Early!

For everybody waiting with bated breath for Tuesday’s release of the first James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) images, NASA’s doing a bit of a tease. They’re releasing one image a day early on Monday afternoon. And, the announcer will be the President of the United States, Mr. Joseph R. Biden. Joining him will be NASA … Continue reading "Good News! One JWST Picture Early!" The post Good News! One JWST Picture Early! appeared first on Universe Today.

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10.07.2022
23:43 Technology.org The Alligator: The two-metre-long rifle in Ukrainian hands explained (Video)

What is this two-metre long rifle that is used by Ukrainian soldiers? It is indeed a very interesting

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09.07.2022
23:03 Technology.org How Dangerous Is A Bullet Shot In The Air? (Video)

If you shoot a bullet in the air, it definitely falls down somewhere, just a bit later. But

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13:03 Nanowerk.com A cooler side to soft robotics (w/video)

A multidisciplinary team of researchers combined liquid crystal elastomers with a thermoelectric device to develop a stretchable transducer capable of electrically controlled actuation, active cooling, and thermal-to-electrical energy conversion for soft robotics.

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00:33 Technology.org Is it Possible to Build Alternator-Powered Bike? (Video)

In cars, alternators convert mechanical energy to electricity to power all the on-board equipment. But not many people

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08.07.2022
23:02 UniverseToday.Com NASA Reveals What the First Pictures From Webb Will Be

The James Webb Space Telescope will provide unprecedented views and science about our Universe, and the first full-color images and first spectra from the new telescope will be revealed on July 12. But now NASA has done something a little unprecedented, too: they’ve given all of us who are anticipating these images a list of … Continue reading "NASA Reveals What the First Pictures From Webb Will Be" The post NASA Reveals What the First Pictures From Webb Will Be appeared first on Universe Today.

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22:12 UniverseToday.Com A Test Image From Webb Just Happens to be the Deepest Image Ever Taken of the Universe

A ‘throwaway’ engineering image from the James Webb Space Telescope’s commissioning phase has turned out to be a stunningly deep view of the cosmos. It rivals the deepest of Hubble Deep Field images in revealing previously unseen distant galaxies. Webb’s Fine Guidance Sensor (FGS) enables the space observatory to find and lock onto its observing … Continue reading "A Test Image From Webb Just Happens to be the Deepest Image Ever Taken of the Universe" The post A Test Image From Webb Just Happens to be the Deepest Image Ever Taken of the Universe appeared first on Universe Today.

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