Kerala will have the first communication science research center in the capital – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state’s first Communication Science Research Center (CRCS) will soon be opened at the National Institute of Speech and Hearing (NISH) here, seeking to improve the holistic care and rehabilitation of the community with different capacities. The well-equipped CRCS was designed as a higher education …

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A research group develops a new method for processing image data

An international research team from the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Research Neutron Source (FRM II) of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed new imaging technology. In the future, this technology could not only improve the resolution of neutron measurements by several times, but could also reduce radiation exposure during x-ray …

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Scientists develop promising vaccine method against recurrent urinary tract infections – sciencedaily

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas are studying the use of whole-cell vaccines to fight urinary tract infections (UTI), as part of an effort to tackle the growing problem of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Dr Nicole De Nisco, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and Dr Jeremiah Gassensmith, Associate …

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New method of growing high quality graphene at the platelet scale

An effective method formulated by a team of researchers uses a metal-containing species, copper acetate, to continuously deliver clusters of copper in gaseous form to support growth without transferring graphene to d-scale insulators. ‘a wafer. Left panel: schematic illustration of the growth process of graphene with the presence of Cu …

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New greener method to create Grignard reagents

A simpler and greener technique for creating Grignard reagents – one of the most important and widely used types of reagents in the chemical industry – has been formulated by a team of researchers led by scientists from the University from Hokkaido. (Left) Reaction mixture of metallic magnesium and organic …

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Interview with Neal Stephenson: Can science fiction help solve our biggest problems?

On his almost A four-decade career as a novelist, Neal Stephenson has constructed intricate visions of future worlds that, looking at them now, seem eerily premonitory. He writes about the ways in which unchecked globalization, pollution and technological capitalism could transform our planet. Along the way, he introduced readers to …

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New JILA Method May Help Improve Quantum Communication Networks and Atomic Clocks

JILA researchers tricked nature into tuning a dense quantum gas of atoms to create a crowded “Fermi Sea”, thus keeping the atoms in a state of high energy, or excited, about 10% longer than usual by delaying their normal return to the lowest. -energy state. The technique could be used …

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Cult Movies: Invasion of the Body Snatchers was a game-changer in sci-fi

Invasion of the Body Thieves The 1950s were full of high-concept, low-budget sci-fi B-movies. Some mirrored the atomic angst of the day with radiation-enhanced creatures, invaders from outer space, and even 50-foot women marauding all over our movie screens threatening the American way of life and crushing them. cardboard decorations …

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Scientists develop promising vaccine method

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas are studying the use of whole-cell vaccines to fight urinary tract infections (UTI), as part of an effort to tackle the growing problem of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Dr Nicole De Nisco, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and Dr Jeremiah Gassensmith, Associate …

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SMART researchers develop a method for the start of

image: Rapid detection of a bacterial infection (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris (Xcc)) in the leafy Choy Sum vegetable using a quantitative algorithm based on Raman spectroscopy. On the right, the Infection Response Index is displayed, which can help farmers identify infections and take action. seen Following Credit: Singapore-MIT Alliance for …

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