For The First Time, Scientist Stored Light In The Form Of Sound, A One Step Closer To The Optical Computer

For the first time, a group of scientists from the University of Sydney has managed to take advantage of an acoustic circuit to store data in an optical medium. That means reducing even 100,000 times the nimbleness of data telecast without losing information. The specialists indicate that this is a

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LIGO Detect Gravitational Waves Coming From The Fusion Of Two Black Holes For The Third Time

3 billion years ago, long before multicellular life existed on our planet, two black holes merged into a violent explosion. The collision generated very faint “echoes” that moved through the cosmos, as it happens when we throw a stone at a pond and observe the waves that occur in the

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Study Detects Brain Understands The World Through 11 Dimensions

The human brain has been described as the most complex system in the universe by some scientists, and although we can’t be sure if this is an anthropomorphic view of reality, the truth is that it continues to amaze us. For most humans, it is an imaginative challenge to understand

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Physicists find a metal that conducts electricity but not heat breaks the law of Wiedemann-Franz

Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and the University of California have discovered that a metal possesses the property of conducting electricity without producing heat – it is undoubtedly a most important finding that already defies the laws that hitherto apply to drivers. This discovery can mark a before and

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Scientists achieve to create artificial spider silk and open possibilities for the textile industry

The spider silk, flexible, light and very resistant, can be produced artificially, with applications in the medicine or the textile industry, according to the researchers. Silks are materials with a good bio compatibility and extraordinary mechanical properties as they possess great resistance and deformability. But not all silks are the

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US scientists design an artificial kidney with Nano filters that could replace dialysis

The bioartificial kidney, about to enter its testing phase in humans, will combine electronic and organic elements. The size will be similar to human organs whose function will assume to same. This will be a huge improvement for the lives of those who need to connect several times a week

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