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« on: March 07, 2021, 09:41:39 am »

Nanotube-infused anode enables more efficient potassium-ion batteries

An autonomous underwater robot saves people from drowning

Technologies to rapidly restore the electrical grid after cyberattack come online

The world's first high-temperature ammonia-powered fuel cell for shipping

New Lego-like beams could revolutionize construction

Researchers improve efficiency of next-generation solar cell material

Aircraft 'central nervous system' could reduce structural fatigue accidents

A fluid solution to dendrite growth in lithium metal batteries

New generation of tiny, agile drones

Fight fires using less harmful chemicals

US infrastructure gets C- from engineers as roads stagnate

Assessing the costs of major power outages

Robots designed to avoid environmental dangers & deliver data quickly

Soft robot swims in the Mariana Trench

Drones vs hungry moths: Dutch use hi-tech to protect crops

Recycled cotton becomes new fabric

Finding a better way to recover precious metals from electronic waste

An innovative contactless method for the timely harvest of soft fruits

Dethroning electrocatalysts for hydrogen production with inexpensive alternative material

New copolymer binder to extend the life of lithium ion batteries

'Fungal ghosts' protect skin, fabric from toxins, radiation

MM-related Physics Articles


Digitizing archives can increase access to information but compromise privacy

Pumping perovskites into a semiconductor platform

Better thin metal film based electrodes

Elements for future electronics

Privacy-preserving tools leave private data unprotected

Virtual reality helps people stay fit and well through lockdown

Study reveals extent of privacy vulnerabilities with Amazon's Alexa

How the world ran out of semiconductors

A new and non-intrusive method for preventing cyber attacks on Android devices

Photonics discovery portends dramatic efficiencies in silicon chips

Covering metal catalyst surfaces with thin two-dimensional oxide materials can enhance chemical reactions


Chemical signatures of iron predict red supergiant temperature

The distance to the North Polar Spur

Gamma-ray and optical flares detected from the blazar S5 1803+784

The Milky Way's merging history: Reconstructing the Cetus stream

Hubble looks at a 'black eye' galaxy

Aging stars provide a new cosmological yardstick [I doubt that they can tell a star's age]

Hubble solves mystery of monster star's dimming

Mars Crater Sand Dunes

Source of hazardous high-energy particles located in the Sun

Organic materials essential for life on Earth are found for the first time on the surface of an asteroid

Comet Catalina suggests comets delivered carbon to rocky planets

NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

Unknown magnetospheric mechanisms in the polar aurora revealed

Comet becomes Asteroid


Academic intolerance on the rise

Scientists Detect Signs of a Hidden Structure Inside Earth’s Core

A cephalopod has passed a cognitive test designed for human children

European domestic dog may have originated in Southwestern Germany

Cyclical mountain 'tsunamis' have been occurring in Chilean Patagonia for last 10,000 years

Volcanic activity below desert discovered in Utah

Woolly mammoths lived alongside first humans in New England

Did a long-period comet kill the dinosaurs?

more than 30,000 earthquakes have been registered in the Bransfield Strait, a 60 mile wide channel between the South Shetland Islands and the West Antarctic Peninsula

New British Columbia Canyon

How chalk made England + Green **** of Europe

Ancient impact in the Kalahari Desert

No Evidence T. rex Hatchlings Had Feathers

Primate ancestor of all humans likely roamed with the dinosaurs

Bahamas were settled earlier than believed

Carolina Bays - Time of Emplacement
See also:

The Lost Ancient Civilisation of Iran: Links to Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia & Gobekli Tepi

In Search of Our Origins, the Primal Culture & the Birth of Solar Bird God Cult | Ancient Architects

NEW Evidence for Ancient Technology

Stonehenge, Giants and Druids - a conversation with Hugh Newman

Ancient Europe connections to Ancient Egypt
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Re: Mar 2021
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2021, 09:25:29 pm »

Drones vs hungry moths: Dutch use hi-tech to protect crops

Israeli 5-minute battery charge aims to fire up electric cars

Rapid, reliable on-site drug detection using wearable sensor

Global semiconductor shortage: A small and shrinking number of the world's computer chips are made in the U.S.

'Wearable microgrid' uses the human body to sustainably power small gadgets

New material will triple the capacity of lithium-ion batteries

Apartment made from waste glass and textiles showcases 'green' ceramics

The human body as a power plant

Producing highly efficient LEDs based on 2D perovskite films

Solar cell breakthrough: Researchers observe singlet fission reaction at nanosecond timescale

Smart windows could reduce the need for energy-hungry air conditioners

Light collection for solar cells

Using softened wood to create electricity in homes

There's still life in the old combustion engine: Meet the Argon Power Cycle

new transistor based on metal nanoparticles and ionic gradients

An investigation of thin liquid films at interfaces between ice and clay materials

a new high-temperature superconductor

Superconducting coils for contactless power transmission in the kilowatt range

New technique brings the study of molecular configuration into the microscopic domain

Demolition waste is being turned into new concrete

Recyclable bioplastic membrane to clear oil spills from water

Yarns coated with enzymes can act as filters

Nikola Tesla's Revolutionary Turbine Still Lies Untouched, Here's How It Works

Nikola Tesla's Turbine - Pump - Rotary Engine - Compressor

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Making artificial intelligence understandable: Constructing explanation processes

Assessing regulatory fairness through machine learning

Machine learning to accelerate the design for better batteries

Researchers develop new algorithm that could reduce complexity of big data

Classic math problem solved: Computer scientists have developed a superb algorithm for finding the shortest route

Researchers create a hybrid transistor, promising smaller and faster transistors

New ransomware strain exploits Microsoft Exchange security flaw

Using artificial intelligence to generate 3D holograms in real-time


Highest-energy cosmic rays detected in star clusters

Rare supernova remnant discovered in the core of the Milky Way

Most distant quasar with powerful radio jets discovered [Conventional estimates of distance are wrong]

Researchers explore mass segregation of galaxy globular clusters

History of an RV Tauri variable

Meteorite from brilliant UK fireball is England's first in 30 years

Moon's comet-like tail

Early Mars climate was intermittently warm

Large asteroid to pass by Earth on March 21


space hurricane in earth's upper atmosphere

Zodiacal Dust

Microbes deep beneath seafloor survive on byproducts of radioactive process

Neanderthals disappeared from Europe earlier than thought

*Gondwana: Antarctica's magnetic link to ancient neighbors
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The world's oldest crater from a meteorite isn't an impact crater after all

A strange mix of plants and animals during the Ice Age

Destruction of Plants Fits Flood Narrative

*The human footprints of Ojo Guareña between 4600 and 4200 years ago

Nuclear Craters and Carolina Bays

The 9,000-Year-Old Spirit Masks of the Ancient Ancestors | Ancient Architects

The 9,000-Year-Old Statues of Ain Ghazal of Ancient Jordan | Ancient Architects

The 11,000-Year-Old Urfa Man and Links to Gobekli Tepe, Ancient Europe & Egypt | Ancient Architects

The Younger Dryas Impact that Gave Birth to Ancient Civilisation | Ancient Architects

Ollantaytambo, Coricancha and the Temple of the Moon [in Peru] with the Snake Bros!
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Re: Mar 2021
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2021, 10:30:51 pm »


Standard digital camera and AI to monitor soil moisture for affordable smart irrigation

How artificial intelligence can help curb traffic accidents in cities

how can Texas create a more resilient power grid?

Engineers utilize 'swarmalation' to design active materials for self-regulating soft robots

Quadruped robot automatically adapts in unstructured outdoor environments

How to prevent short-circuiting in next-gen lithium batteries

New software improves accuracy of factories' mass-produced 3D-printed parts

New model helps cities crack bottlenecks, decrease commute times

New perovskite design shows path to higher efficiency

Organic semiconductors that could help generate electricity from industrial and residential waste heat

Engineers improve the technology of high-performance concrete casting in winter

Using ships themselves to monitor and predict waves

Researchers develop water-tube-based triboelectric nanogenerator for efficient ocean wave energy harvesting

Big Tech backs plan to tackle e-waste crisis

New electrolyte additives for high-energy-density lithium-ion batteries

New perovskite fabrication method for solar cells paves way to large-scale production

New analysis shows potential for 'solar canals' in California

Is it worth investing in solar PV with batteries at home?

Reactive boride infusion stabilizes nickel-rich cathodes for lithium-ion batteries

Can artificial intelligence combat wildfires? California county tests new technology

recent advancements in the development of solid-state batteries

first self-cooling laser made with a silica fiber

Robust and ultralow-energy-threshold ignition of lean fuels by an ultrashort-pulsed laser

Degradable lignin-based polyurethane adsorbent for efficient crude oil cleanup

Generating electricity through flooring surfaces

Twisting, flexible crystals key to solar energy production

Could we recycle plastic bags into fabrics of the future?

Researchers develop materials to remove pharmaceuticals from wastewater

Double-duty catalyst generates hydrogen fuel while cleaning up wastewater

Polystyrene waste

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spontaneous sparse learning for PCM-based memristor neural networks

Online game developed by researchers shows challenges facing the world of work in the future

Virtual reality at your fingertips

AI that learns from videos

Social media problems with free speech and moderation could be fixed with decentralized platforms

What the drive for open science data can learn from the evolving history of open government data

Software to make large amounts of text visually comprehensible

Lip-reading software helps users of all abilities to send secure messages

Google Chrome's new Live Caption feature will transcribe speech in videos

Scientists develop invisible anti-counterfeit labels


Hubble views a galaxy with faint threads

The most distant radio-loud quasar discovered [except redshift measures ionization, not distance or velocity]

Missing baryons found in far-out reaches of galactic halos

Astronomers spot a 'space jellyfish' in Abell 2877

torrential outflows from infant stars may not stop them from growing

Found in space: Complex carbon-based molecules

The Great Québec Blackout was caused by double tap CMEs

Karma family of asteroids potential source of near-Earth asteroids

Record number of asteroids observed flying past Earth in 2020

Could there be life on Jupiter's moons?

About 7 interstellar objects pass through the inner solar system every year, study estimates

Lomonosov crater on Mars

meteorite from the birth of the solar system [except that dating methods are way wrong]

NASA's Juno reveals dark origins of one of Jupiter's grand light shows

Scientists determine the origin of extra-solar object 'Oumuamua

Powerful stratospheric winds measured on Jupiter for the first time

Data from Insight reveals size of Mars's core

Mars: Vast amount of water may be locked up on planet


7,000 year-old evidence for malaria changes understanding of one of world's deadliest diseases

plants beneath mile-deep Greenland ice

Microbes unknown to science discovered on The International Space Station

non-DNA mechanism involved in transmitting paternal experience to offspring

Glaciers and enigmatic stone stripes in the Ethiopian highlands

Many deep-sea microbes invisible to mammalian immune system

The oceans show us a young earth

Flood impacts reinforce volcanic cooling to start the Ice Age

The Pope, the Flood, and Global Warming

Mammoth DNA: The Oldest Ever Found?

Big Fish Fossil Recalls Big Flop

Suspicions on True Origin of World’s Oldest ‘Impact Crater’ Have Now Been Confirmed

Scientists Have Unlocked the Secrets of the Ancient ‘Antikythera Mechanism’

‘Rarest of the rare’ dinosaur fossil found brooding on its eggs

Dead Sea scroll fragments and ‘world’s oldest basket’ found in desert cave

Gigantic Stone ‘Tiger Stripes’ Etched Across Ethiopia Pose an Ancient Mystery

Arctic was once lush and green, could be again, new research shows

40,000-Year-Old Ice Age Writing of Ancient Europe | Ancient Architects

DEMOLISHED 1880? The Lost, Megalithic Stone-Circle Culture of Australia

Ep0061 Scenes that Almost No One "Sees" Slumps, Hoodoos
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« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2021, 12:07:07 pm »

Turning seawater into stored energy

Mini-fuel cell delivers maximum performance

Recyclable 'veggie' battery could power future devices more efficiently

First closeups of how a lithium-metal electrode ages

Big breakthrough for 'massless' energy storage

Control system helps several drones team up to deliver heavy packages

Knitting roads: Digitalized road construction uses no concrete

fast charging for lithium-ion batteries

A general approach to high-efficiency perovskite solar cells

new microscopy technique that can acquire 3-D super-resolution images of subcellular structures from about 100 microns deep inside biological tissue

Automated alignment of optical fibers reduces errors and cost in photonic chip production

Turning wood into plastic

MM-related Physics etc


How having more tech at home during COVID-19 creates longer, more stressful workdays

Tool created to aid cleanup from Microsoft hack in broad use

Novel cathode designed for high-performance sodium ion batteries

Why the semiconductor shortage won't end soon

holograms at home

Wi-Fi Aware allows neighboring 8.0 Android phones to connect

During emergencies, social media is a critical channel for warnings

Sweden's fastest supercomputer for AI is now online

Artificial intelligence revolution offers benefits and challenges

[Fascist] US prosecutors demand Facebook, Twitter crack down on anti-vaccine posts [free speech]

Study explains why some new stories get more clicks from social media than others

travel boom—in virtual reality


Cold molecular clouds as cosmic ray detectors

Something invisible is tearing apart the nearest star cluster to Earth

Hubble captures re-energized planetary nebula

chemical composition of globular cluster NGC 6553

Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87's [so-called] black hole

New light on baryonic matter and gravity on cosmic scales

New Comet C/2021 D2 (ZTF)

New Comet C/2020 F7 (Lemmon)

Large asteroid to (safely) zip past Earth

Mars water loss shaped by seasons and storms

NASA Image Online Library

Curious Cloud around Martian volcano


'Frodosome': Brand new organelle discovered in human cells

Controllable 'Neutrobots' created that breach the blood-brain barrier

A powerful solar storm hit Earth back in 1582

New theory suggests large blobs of material in Earth's mantle are remnants of protoplanet Theia (one beneath parts of the African continent and one beneath the Pacific Ocean) [That's why Africa didn't move when asteroid impacted Pangaea north of Madagascar?]

Flood Solves Mystery of Amazon Sea

Cave Art Beneath the Waves by France

Scientists Find Dinosaur Fossil Atop a Nest of Preserved Eggs

Coppersmiths in ancient Wisconsin

The World’s Oldest Known Wooden Statue Is Over 7,000 Years Older Than Stonehenge [bad dating]

The world’s earliest stone technologies are likely to be older than previously thought

using ancient DNA to rewrite human history

Sprawling 5,000-year-old cemetery and fortress discovered in Poland

Locating 70 Missing Egyptian Pyramids Near Giza: Is This a Lost 'Valley of the Kings?'

Ancient Lava Proves Cuicuilco's Real Age?

"Worlds Biggest Megaliths" Found In Siberia?

Cyclopea ~ A Wall Built By Giants? [Looks like a natural formation]
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