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Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing

Imec and CEA-Leti Join Forces on Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing

During the state visit of His Excellency Emmanuel Macron President of the French Republic, the Belgian research center imec and the French research institute...
Neuropixels

Imec Releases Neuropixels Neural Probe to the Global Neuroscience Community

Imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, released and is making available its state-of-the-art high-density neural probe, Neuropixels, to...
DNA sequencing

Imec’s elPrep Software Significantly Speeds Up Genome Sequencing Analysis

This week at ITF Health 2018, imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, showcases elPrep 4.0, a powerful software...
low-power chips. innovative imaging, fiber optic sensing, wireless sensor network, germanium nanowire pFETs

UGent and Imec Launch Fiber Optic Sensing Spin-Off Sentea

Ghent University (UGent) and imec today announced the incorporation of Sentea, a spin-off from their world leading Photonics Research Group. An initial 1.6 million...
potential cancer drug, quantum computers, 3D printing, spintronic devices , high-quality graphene, rechargeable batteries, semiconductor, cancer, Brain Cancer, Leukaemia, novel supercritical lens, sand, Acute Myeloid Leukemia, cancer progression, magnetic memory, Genetic Alterations, Butterflies, cancer, gastric cancer, cancer cells, breast cancer cells, ovarian cancer

NUS Builds New 3D Printing Capabilities, Paving the Way for Construction...

The Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS) at the National University of Singapore today announced the launch of the AM.NUS Construction 3D Printing Programme to...
DNA strands in nanopores

Imec Demonstrates Direct Optical Reading of Single-Molecule DNA Bases in Modified...

In a Nature Communications paper published this week (https://rdcu.be/MYO6), imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technology, describes a new...
SNAPSCAN

Imec’s High-Speed Ultrasonic SNAPSCAN Camera Enables Hyperspectral Imaging Acquisition in Less...

Imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, today announced that it will demonstrate at this week’s SPIE Photonics West...
vision care

Startup Aims to Make Vision Care More Accessible in Developing World

Vision impairment is a major global issue. More than 2 billion people worldwide don’t have access to corrective lenses.Getting eyeglasses prescriptions is especially difficult...
air pollution

UMD-led Study Indicates India Is Replacing China as World’s Top Source...

A new University of Maryland-led study finds that China’s sulfur dioxide emissions have fallen by 75 percent since 2007, while India’s emissions increased by...
greenhouse gases

Global CO2 Emissions Stalled for the Third Year in a Row

The report provides updated results on the continuous monitoring of the three main greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).Global...
solar power

New Fractal-like Concentrating Solar Power Receivers Are Better at Absorbing Sunlight

Sandia National Laboratories engineers have developed new fractal-like, concentrating solar power receivers for small- to medium-scale use that are up to 20 percent more...
concretevideo

UBC Researchers Develop Earthquake-Resistant Concrete

A new seismic-resistant, fibre-reinforced concrete developed at the University of British Columbia will see its first real-life application this fall as part of the...
wound care

This Student has Invented a New Wound Care Technology

In MEDBio LLC, a company founded by University of Virginia fourth-year student Ashwinraj Karthikeyan, will be one of six undergraduate entrants to compete in...
crops

Study Identifies Likely Scenarios for Global Spread of Devastating Crop Disease

New races of wheat rust are threatening wheat worldwide, and we need to know which areas are at riskChris GilliganStem rust, named for the...
Syntactic foams

Researchers Show How Syntactic Foams Can Be Produced for Cars and...

Syntactic foams — strong, exceptionally light materials made of plastic perfused with hollow microspheres — are used in everything from buoys and boat hulls...
inflammatory diseases, soybean, heavy rainfall, agriculture, mosquitoes, Vector-borne Diseases, plant volatiles, soil moisture, Electrocatalyst, climate change, thermoelectric, plant, blood collection, chronic pain, blood test, global warming, Optogenetics, disease-fighting drugs, tumor, soil health, Tuberculosis, solar, nano ribbons, GMOs, brain's signaling network, fatty tumors, bacteria, caffeinated alcoholic, plant hormone, Cardiac, cancer

Understanding Ground Conditions Before Storms Helps Scientists Predict Heavy Rains in...

As heavy flooding events, including those in Houston, Texas, and Mumbai, India, continue, research teams from Purdue University and India have been working on...
Finger Millet

First Detailed Decoding of Complex Finger Millet Genome

For many poor farmers in India and Africa, finger millet is a major staple food. The crop species is not only a rich source...
ozone air pollution

One Million Premature Deaths Linked to Ozone Air Pollution

In 2010, long-term outdoor exposure to ozone air pollution contributed to about one million premature respiratory deaths globally – approximately one in five of...
plants

Plants Under Heat Stress Must Act Surprisingly Quickly to Survive

In new results reported in The Plant Cell, molecular biologist Elizabeth Vierling at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and colleagues in India and China...
global warming

Super-Heatwaves of 55°c to Emerge If Global Warming Continues

A recently published study by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) – the European Commission's science and knowledge service – analyses the interaction between humidity...