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CMU researchers see computer vision around the corner – TechCrunch

Future autonomous vehicle and other machine intelligence systems may not need line of sight to capture unbelievably detailed image data: recent research by Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Toronto, and University College London has developed a "seeing around the corner" technique. " The method uses special light sources, combined with sensors and image processing, to effectively derive or recreate …

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The researchers discover a ridge of radio emissions connecting two galaxy clusters

Composite image of the galaxy clusters Abell 0399 and Abell 0401. The system is located approximately 1 billion light years from Earth, while the two galaxy clusters are approximately 10 million light years apart in projection , The nuclei of the two galaxy clusters are penetrated by a high-temperature plasma that emits in the X-rays (reds). Moreover, observations in microwaves …

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According to researchers, Monterey Bay has more microplastic than Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Giant Tear grows underwater in Monterey Bay. A recent study from the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute revealed that there is more microplastic contamination in the depths of Monterey Bay than in the Great Pacific Garbarge Patch. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch contains up to 12 parts of microplastic per cubic meter of water, while …

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The next happened when researchers installed 16 cats cameras and let them romp around in their neighborhoods

Researchers placed small cameras on 16 cats and let them frolic in their neighborhood. Some of the findings may dispel some common misconceptions about cats. (Credits: happyframe / iStock at Getty Images Plus) Since cameras have become smaller and more portable, scientists have attached them to animals – from sharks (to see how they look for prey) to penguins (to …

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Researchers Develop Superconducting Quantum Fridge

The superconductor refrigerator is similar to a conventional refrigerator in that it moves a material between hot and cold containers. However, instead of a refrigerant that changes from a liquid state to a gas, the electrons in a metal change from the paired superconducting state to an unpaired normal state. Photo credit: University of Rochester Illustration / Michael Osadciw Imagine …

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Why do gray whales die? Researchers slice the bacon for answers: NPR

Dr. Kathy Burek, a veterinary pathologist, cuts a gray whale, which lay on the beach outside of Anchorage, Alaska earlier this month, through the layer of bacon. Scientists are trying to find out why so many gray whales die. Nat Heart / Alaska Energy Desk Hide caption Caption switch Nat Heart / Alaska's Energy Desk Dr. Kathy Burek, a veterinary …

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Researchers use ultrasound fluid to test Hawking's theories about the black hole

This site may be subject to affiliate commissions via the links on this page. Terms of Use. Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking passed away last year, but his groundbreaking work lives on. A team of scientists from Israel believes it has confirmed one of the late-scholar's best-known predictions Using quantum superfluid, researchers may have found evidence that "Hawking radiation" is a …

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California researchers have found a new way to bring oxygen to Mars

One of the biggest problems with bringing astronauts to Mars for extended periods of time is the planet's faint atmosphere and the lack of oxygen needed to sustain life. Astronauts would almost always have to wear spacesuits to live and work on Mars. However, a research team at the California Institute of Technology may have found a solution to this …

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