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It could opens the possibility of more faithful simulations of the next generation of quantum processors.

A new research by the University of St Andrews’ School of Physics holds the potential to transform the way scientists predict about quantum particles behavior. The research opens the possibility of more faithful simulations of the next generation of…

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Efficient method to characterize quantum computers.

A Rice University scientist along with his colleagues have developed a new method to quicken and rearrange the monumental assignment of diagnosing quantum computers.  This nonconventional method acts as a diagnostic tool for powerful, next-generation…

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Creating ideal silicone molds faster.

Scientists at the Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione (ISTI-CNR) and the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) have now developed a new method that automatically finds the best way of designing the molds but also…

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In the most extensive documentation of flower-visiting orthopterans in the tropics, NUS biologists found that they play a potential role in pollination

Orthopterans like grasshoppers and crickets are broadly perceived as agricultural vermin as they eat and destroy food crops. A new study by the National University of Singapore suggests that their tropical relatives give a significant administration to…

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Screen of human proteins reveals some with antimicrobial power.

Scientists at the MIT along with University of Naples Federico II have discovered parts of the protein pepsinogen, a catalyst used to digest food in the stomach, can eliminate bacteria, for example, Salmonella and E. coli. According to scientists,…

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CSAIL wireless system suggests future where doctors could implant sensors to track tumors or even dispense drugs.

Exploring inside the human body frequently requires cutting open a patient or swalloing long tubes with built-in cameras. To do this better and in less expensive, invasive, and time-consuming manner, MIT scientists developed an in-body GPS system…

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Scientists at Tokyo Tech have identified two proteins that allow plants to respond to changes in surrounding light conditions and thereby make photosynthesis more efficient.

Photosynthesis is a process used by plants in which energy from sunlight is used to convert carbon dioxide and water into molecules needed for growth. Plants generate food through this process. The proteins engaged with photosynthesis should be ‘on’ when…

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Graduate student Kelsey Moore uses genetic and fossil evidence to study the first stages of evolution on our planet.

Kelsey Moore, a fourth-year graduate student at MIT, studying about geobiology, the study of how the physical Earth and biosphere interact. She wanted to learn about Earth history. But later on, she took invertebrate paleontology class and realized how…

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There are many factors that play a role in whether or not it rains, and research from the University of Arizona shows that human activity such as cultivating agricultural fields may be one of them.

What makes it rain? In our childhood, we used to think that there might be a factory that creates clouds to rain. Another popular myth of the 19th century was the ‘rain follows the plow’. This myth was usually used to justify settlement of the Great…

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The fusion of energy drinks with alcohol can change our behavior for the worse.

A new study by the University of Portsmouth in collaboration with the Federal University of Santa Maria in Brazil, suggests that a key ingredient of energy drinks could be exacerbating some of the negative effects of binge drinking. It suggests the fusion…
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