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New method for investigating the hydrodynamic behavior of electrons in graphene proposed

The published work paves the way for further exploration of the potential of graphene. Picture credits: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Investigating how electrons in two-dimensional graphs can literally act like a liquid, researchers have paved the way for further exploration of a material that may enable future electronic computing devices that surpass silicon transistors. Research into a new method for more …

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DNA that you have never seen before, thanks to a new imaging method of nanotechnology

A DNA map with the blue-colored double helix, the green markers, and the starting points for copying the molecule in red. David Gilbert / Kyle Klein, CC BY-ND April 25 is promising for biologists. It is DNA Day, reminiscent of the date in 1953, when scientists Francis Crick, Rosalind Franklin, James Watson, and Maurice Wilkins published important scientific papers describing …

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Will the Duchess use the Hypno birth method?

Meghan Markle is in the final months of pregnancy – and although Baby Sussex will make his debut just as winter turns into spring, Markle has not slowed down a bit. The Duchess has participated in numerous charity events and engagements, and she and Prince Harry are even traveling to Morocco at the end of February for a brief royal …

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What is the KonMari folding method?

Have you heard of Marie Kondo's life-changing KonMari folding method? With Her Best-Selling Book in New York Time The Life-Changing Magic of Scavenging: The Japanese Art of Unraveling and Organizing and a New Hit Show on Netflix with the Name Tidying Up with Marie Kondo has managed to inspire the organizing guru to finally inspire millions to finally clear out …

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A new method for genetic optimization of photosynthesis promotes plant growth

A genetic hack to make photosynthesis more efficient could be a boon to agricultural production, at least for some plants. This power of genetic engineering simplifies a complex, energy-intensive operation that many plants need to perform during photosynthesis photorespiration. In field trials, genetically modified tobacco increased plant growth by over 40 percent. If this leads to similar results in other …

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FCC approves Project Soli so that Google can continue the radar-based input method

The ATAP group (Advanced Technology and Projects) is responsible for experimental initiatives in Google. With Project Soli, the company has developed a radar-based input method that provides the tactile feedback of interaction with your fingers. The FCC approved a waiver on Monday so Google Soli was able to continue as intended. The Soli project was announced at Google I / …

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New and improved method of single-cell RNA sequencing

Using single-cell analysis, researchers can cleave single cells out of a population, beyond analysis of traditional mass profiling methods. Single-cell RNA sequencing can detect rare cell populations, regulatory relationships between genes, and determine cell lines during development. A research team at Cornell University has developed an enhancement of existing single-cell RNA sequencing methods that makes the technology even more useful. …

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MIT invents a method for reducing nano-sized objects

This month, MIT researchers announced that they have devised a way to downsize objects with a nanoscale laser – smaller than what you can see with a microscope. This means that they can take on any simple structure and reduce it to one-thousandth of its original size. The miniaturization technology called "implosion production" can be applied to everything from the …

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Team invents a method to shrink objects to the nanoscale

MIT researchers have found a way to make nanoscale 3D objects in almost any shape. You can also tag the objects with a variety of useful materials, including metals, quantum dots, and DNA. "It's a way to get nearly any material nano-dimensionally into a 3D pattern," says Edward Boyden, the Y. Eva Tan professor of neurotechnology and an associate professor …

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