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Toyota Unveils Third Generation Humanoid Robot T-HR3

Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) today revealed T-HR3, the company's third generation humanoid robot. Toyota's latest robotics platform, designed and developed by Toyota's Partner Robot...
supernova

Puzzling New Supernova May Be from Star Producing Antimatter

An exploding star that continued to shine for nearly two years — unlike most supernovae, which fade after a few weeks — is puzzling...
supersomputers, supercomputers, supercomputer, Virtual Machine, lung diseases, Circuit, database integration, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Piezoelectric Device, In-Memory Deduplication, wavelength, genomic medicine, machine learning technology, Quantum Computers

Fujitsu Receives Order for Supercomputer System from the Institute of Fluid...

Fujitsu today announced that it has received an order for "The Supercomputer System" from the Institute of Fluid Science at Tohoku University. The Supercomputer System...
earth's water

New Physical Model Explains the Origin of Earth’s Water

Equipped with Newton’s law of universal gravitation (published in Principia 330 years ago) and powerful computational resources (used to apply the law to more...
Amyloid fibrils

Transforming Fibrils into Crystals

Amyloid fibrils are infamous for the role they play in serious neurological diseases in humans, such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. One trigger for Alzheimer’s...
environmental toxins

Can Environmental Toxins Disrupt the Biological “Clock”?

Can environmental toxins disrupt circadian rhythms – the biological “clock” whose disturbance is linked to chronic inflammation and a host of human disorders? Research...
sperm

Long, Mysterious Strips of RNA Contribute to Low Sperm Count

Scientists have found distinctive portions of genetic material—known as lncRNAs—that help sperm develop. A study published in Biology of Reproduction found male mice lacking...
magnetic memory

High-Speed Motion Core Technology for Magnetic Memory

A joint research team led by Professor Kab-Jin Kim of the Department of Physics, KAIST and Professor Kyung-Jin Lee at Korea University developed technology...
sleeping virus

Hush, Little Virus, Don’t Say a Word: How Princeton Scientists Investigate...

While many virus researchers are interested in understanding what causes these sleeping viruses to wake up, or reactivate, Princeton scientists are trying to understand...
silent killer

China’s Out of Control ‘Silent Killer’ Affects One-Third of Adults

More than one-third of adults in China have high blood pressure — often dubbed the “silent killer” for its lack of symptoms — but...
human cells

Researchers Engineer CRISPR to Edit Single RNA Letters in Human Cells

The Broad Institute and MIT scientists who first harnessed CRISPR for mammalian genome editing have engineered a new molecular system for efficiently editing RNA...
Antibiotics

Antibiotics from a “Molecular Pencil Sharpener”

Picture a brand-new, unsharpened pencil. The graphite at its core can’t be used for writing until a pencil sharpener chews away its wooden tip. Now...
memory

Selective Memory

In a traditional computer, a microprocessor is mounted on a “package,” a small circuit board with a grid of electrical leads on its bottom....
liquid crystals

Imperfections Show “Swimming” Particles the Way to Self-Healing and Shape-Changing

The Science “Living” liquid crystals combine the properties of human-made liquid crystals with features of swimming bacteria. Scientists built an accurate model of how the...
biofuels

Beyond Biofuels: Berkeley Lab Facility a Catalyst for Broader Bio-based Economy

When the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Advanced Biofuels Process Development Unit (ABPDU) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) commenced operations in 2012, the...
plant protein, climate, Skin Disease, Form of Light, clean energy, batteries, Ascaris roundworm, inflammation, motor neurone disease, breast cancer

New Link Between Volcanic Eruptions, Nile Flooding and Revolt in Ancient...

Major revolts in ancient Egypt’s famous Ptolemaic era may have been triggered by volcanic eruptions that resulted in the suppression of the Nile summer...
Sprintersvideo

OFFSET “Sprinters” Encouraged to Share Innovative Ideas for Swarm Systems

DARPA’s OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program envisions future small-unit infantry forces using small unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) and/or small unmanned ground systems (UGSs) in...
type 1 diabetes

Artificial Pancreas Performs Well in Clinical Trial

During more than 60,000 hours of combined use of a novel artificial pancreas system, participants in a 12-week, multi-site clinical trial showed significant improvements...
optical fiber

A Safe Optical Fiber for Delivering Light and Drugs into the...

A flexible, biodegradable optical fiber that can deliver light into the body for medical applications is the latest work of a collaboration between electrical...
neuronsvideo

Connecting the Dots

The Big Bang began the formation and organization of the matter that makes up ourselves and our world. Nearly 14 billion years later, nuclear...