Monday, January 18, 2021

Tech: TUD’s BIOTEC and its PharmAI spin-off analyze active substances that could cure COVID-19

IMAGE: Looking for a needle in a haystack: The goal: Identify new drugs for...

Tech: New Springer book reflects on living with computers

IMAGE: Living with Computers is the most recent book from the well-known expert...
Streamlining quantum information transmission | EurekAlert! Science News

Tech: Streamlining quantum information transmission | EurekAlert! Science News

IMAGE: A tele-meeting with the results: from left, William J. Munro, Nicolò Lo...

Tech: Graphene-Adsorbate van der Waals bonding memory inspires ‘smart’ graphene sensors

IMAGE: (a) Adsorbed CO2 molecules on graphene sensor (b) van der Waals (vdW)...

Tech: Training center to focus on human-robot interaction

Professor Jonathan Roberts, a Chief Investigator with the QUT Centre for Robotics who will head up the ARC Training Centre for Collaborative Robotics in...
Healthy offspring from testicular tissue plantation in mice: Retinoic acid key

Tech: Healthy offspring from testicular tissue plantation in mice: Retinoic acid key

IMAGE: Repetitive RA treatment improves the spermatogenesis of testis pieces transplanted into the...
Machining the heart: New predictor for helping to beat chronic heart failure

Tech: Machining the heart: New predictor for helping to beat chronic heart failure

IMAGE: Machine learning uses 13 input data to predict fatal arrhythmia (sudden cardiac...
Recognising fake images using frequency analysis

Tech: Recognising fake images using frequency analysis

IMAGE: Images of people transformed into the frequency domain: the upper left corner...
Why are memories attached to emotions so strong?

Tech: Two new initiatives to boost economic value realised from university research

Research England has awarded two grants, totalling £1.5 million, to support two programmes working to dramatically increase the economic value and social impacts derived...
Why are memories attached to emotions so strong?

Tech: Cyberbullying ‘shield’ app uses AI to combat social media trolls

Computer scientists from Aston University, Birmingham, have launched an app that uses novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to combat trolling and bullying online. The...

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