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high-power laser

Scientists Develop Laser for High-Precision Satellite Navigation

Scientists from ITMO University’s Research Institute of Laser Physics have developed a high-power laser with short pulse duration for use in a lunar laser locator....
autistic disorders

Synapses Causing Autistic Disorders

Autism spectrum disorders are a heterogeneous group of neurodevelopmental disorders, one of the main features of which is the alteration of social communication. But what...
minerals

New Mineral Reaction Path Discovered

With the aid of the latest, highly precise laboratory methods an international team of scientists with GFZ-participation identified a so far unknown reaction path...
Glycoproteins

Chemical Octopus Catches Sneaky Cancer Clues, Trace Glycoproteins

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have engineered a chemical trap that exhaustively catches what are called glycoproteins, including minuscule traces that have previously escaped...
networked sensors

Fraunhofer Solves Networked Sensors‘ Energy Problems

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing steadily. An enormous number of networked nodes collecting, evaluating and converging data in a network is therfore...
digital timber constructionvideo

Robotic Collaboration in Timber Construction

Digitalisation has found its way into timber construction, with entire elements already being fabricated by computer-aided systems. The raw material is cut to size...
hearing loss

New Knowledge to Help People with Hidden Hearing Loss

DTU is heading a new research project in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, among others. The purpose of the project is to highlight the...
flexible bonding

Flexible Bonding: Hard and Soft at the Same Time

"MetAK is comparable to an ordinary two-component adhesive from the hardware store, only that more components are mixed together in ours," explains Dr. Roland...
glassvideo

A Bench out of Glass That’s as Resistant as Steel

By combining her know-how with that of EPFL architect Alexander Wolhoff, Jagoda Cupać, doctor in civil engineering, has proven that glass can be transformed into...
fish

New Species of Fish Displays Striking Color Difference Between Males and...

A new species of freshwater fish in the family Characidae, called Hyphessobrycon myrmex, seized the attention of researchers at the University of São Paulo’s...
nanoelectronic chip

The Coldest Chip in the World

Even scientists like to compete for records, which is why numerous working groups worldwide are using high-tech refrigerators to reach temperatures as close to...
integrated sensor

UTA Civil Engineer Earns Patent for Integrated Sensor and Algorithm to...

Anand Puppala, associate dean for research in the College of Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington and a civil engineering professor, recently...
DNA origami

DNA Origami Surpasses Important Thresholds

Viruses encapsulate their genetic material in a shell comprising a series of identical protein building blocks. The hepatitis B virus capsule, for example, comprises...
computer chips

Microwave-Based Test Method Can Help Keep 3-D Chip Designers’ Eyes Open

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have invented a new approach to testing multilayered, three-dimensional computer chips that are now...
colon cancer

Mutant Gene Network in Colon Cancer Identified

The principles of the gene network for colon tumorigenesis have been identified by a KAIST research team. The principles will be used to find...
metamaterials

New Cooperation on Acoustics Between DTU and KAIST

Two research groups from DTU and the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have in recent years been busy on their respective...
coating

​NTU and JTC Develop New Coating that Keeps Its Cool When...

A few extra coats of ‘paint’ could be all that the steel in a building needs to prevent itself from buckling and failing in...
wind turbines

Research into 200-Metre-High Turbines

The largest wind turbines currently operating in the North Sea have an output of around six megawatts. The turbines of the future will be...
climate change

UCLA Research Puts Wildfire Risk into Historic Context

This month’s wildfires in Northern California have been the deadliest in United States history, with more than 40 deaths, hundreds still missing and widespread...
Solar Decathlonvideo

The Swiss Team wins the Solar Decathlon Competition

After more than two years of intense preparation, the Swiss team can be proud of the performance of its students. All in all, over...