<b>First AI Satellite Launched into Orbit by the ESA in Collaboration with Intel and Ubotica</b>

First AI Satellite Launched into Orbit by the ESA in Collaboration with Intel and Ubotica

The European Space Agency (ESA), working together with Intel and Ubotica, has launched the world’s first AI-powered PhiSat-1 satellite into Earth’s orbit. The satellite carries Intel’s integrated Movidius Myriad 2 Vision Processing ...
<b>Advanced materials: effects of different stacking on optical and ultrafast carrier relaxation process</b>

Advanced materials: effects of different stacking on optical and ultrafast carrier relaxation process

for two-dimensional materials stacking the atomic layers in different ways sometimes the physical chemical properties of the materials will change greatly. Taking three-layer graphene as an example the dielectric constant phonon vibration e...
<b>Advanced functional materials: 3000 h stable cycling at high current density and capacity based on cr</b>

Advanced functional materials: 3000 h stable cycling at high current density and capacity based on cr

lithium is considered as an ideal anode material for lithium because of its high theoretical specific capacity (3860 MAH g – 1) low redox potential (− 3.04 V vs. stard hydrogen electrode). However from the point of view of practical app...
<b>Crumpled graphene could enable fast, simple and sensitive biosensors</b>

Crumpled graphene could enable fast, simple and sensitive biosensors

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found that crumpling graphene makes it more than ten thousand times more sensitive to DNA by creating electrical "hot spots". This discovery could assist in addressing a kno...
<b>Scientists engineer DNA-based nanotechnology to stimulate potent antitumor immune responses</b>

Scientists engineer DNA-based nanotechnology to stimulate potent antitumor immune responses

Synthetic DNA nanovaccines enhance killer T cell immunity resulting in tumor control in preclinical studies....
<b>Moths strike out in evolutionary arms race with sophisticated wing design</b>

Moths strike out in evolutionary arms race with sophisticated wing design

Ultra-thin, super-absorbent and extraordinarily designed to detract attention, the wings of moths could hold the key for developing technological solutions to survive in a noisy world. As revealed in a new study published in PNAS, res...
<b>Sleuthing their way to discovery with a new microscope</b>

Sleuthing their way to discovery with a new microscope

Chemists magnify molecular clarity of hydrogen-bond interactions to boost biomimetics....
<b>Highly promising solid electrolytes for high-performance lithium-ion batteries</b>

Highly promising solid electrolytes for high-performance lithium-ion batteries

High-performance, long-lasting energy storage devices are crucially important for many future-oriented technologies: e.g. for electromobility, for mobile end devices such as tablets and smartphones as well as for the efficient use of energy...
<b>Advanced functional materials: metal organic frameworks assist in the regulation of tumor microenviro</b>

Advanced functional materials: metal organic frameworks assist in the regulation of tumor microenviro

The complex tumor microenvironment non targeted drug delivery of limit the efficacy of photodynamic chemotherapy in anti-cancer applications. Among many factors that affect the efficacy of photodynamic chemotherapy the high expression of glu...
<b>Logarithmic Finite-Size Scaling of O(n) Systems Having Upper Critical Dimensionality</b>

Logarithmic Finite-Size Scaling of O(n) Systems Having Upper Critical Dimensionality

Since the establishment of the renormalization group theory, it has been known that systems of critical phenomena typically possess an upper critical dimension dc (dc=4 for the O(n) model), such that in spatial dimensions at or higher than...