Researchers are debating whether it's possible to reconstruct the 3-D structure of a biomolecule from a single image
3-D imaging has always held a peculiar fascination for scientists and inventors. In general, 3-D imaging techniques require at least two view points to determine the 3-D structure.
A plan to bounce signals off the ceilings inside data centers could solve a major performance bottleneck.
Inside the huge data centers operated by Internet companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook, information is processed at blistering speed, but it still has to be moved between different machines through relatively slow wiring.
A small company is taking an unusual tack to produce cheaper wind energy.
In a concrete control tower of a decommissioned naval air base just outside Oakland, California, a team of engineers is building what might best be called a hybrid of an unmanned aerial vehicle and a wind turbine.
Unknown says: “Shock the ferret, sleeping.”
Shock seems like an excellent name for this ferret if you ask me. I mean, it’s actually just shocking how amazingly squee he is!
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Researchers make magnetic nanoparticles that can latch on to harmful molecules and purge them from the blood.
Researchers in Zurich, Switzerland, are developing nanomagnets that could someday strip potentially harmful substances from the blood. The technology might be used to treat people suffering from drug intoxication, bloodstream infections, and certain cancers.