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Nanotechnology has contributed a great deal to the field of medical science. It has enabled researchers to design tools to deliver drugs to specific targets in a living organism. Smart drug delivery vectors, combined with stimuli-based characteristics, are becoming increasingly important. The use of external and internal stimulating factors can have enormous benefits in combination
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ORLANDO, June 4, 2020 – Taking inspiration from nature’s nanotech that creates the stunning color of butterfly wings, a University of Central Florida researcher is creating technology to make extremely low-power, ultra-high-definition displays and screens that are easier on the eyes. The new technology creates digital displays that are lit by surrounding light and are
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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, a remaster of Kingdoms of Amalur, appears to have been leaked via the Microsoft Store. According to the listing (which appears to have been posted in advance of an official announcement, Re-Recokoning remasters the original Kingdoms of Amalur with “stunning visuals and refined gameplay” that still deliver the same “intense, customizable
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IMAGE: Lipitoids, which self-assemble with DNA and RNA, could serve as cellular delivery systems for antiviral therapies that prevent COVID-19 and other coronavirus infections. view more  Credit: R.N. Zuckermann A team of scientists from Stanford University is working with researchers at the Molecular Foundry, a nanoscience user facility located at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley
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In March 1968, the fans, cast, and creators of the NBC-TV series Star Trek were celebrating an unprecedented victory: a massive mail campaign by fans of the show, which directed more than 100,000 letters (if not more) to NBC executives, had resulted in the network deciding not to cancel the sci-fi program after two seasons
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An international team of researchers led by researchers from ITMO University announced the development of the world’s most compact semiconductor laser that works in the visible range at room temperature. According to the authors of the research, the laser is a nanoparticle of only 310 nanometers in size (which is 3,000 times less than a
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IMAGE: An SEM image of the device shows the irregular nanostructures created during the inverse design process. view more  Credit: (Image courtesy of Zhujun Shi/Harvard SEAS) Polarization, the direction in which light vibrates, is invisible to the human eye. Yet, so much of our optical world relies on the control and manipulation of this hidden quality
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UC Santa Barbara researchers continue to push the boundaries of LED design a little further with a new method that could pave the way toward more efficient and versatile LED display and lighting technology. In a paper published in Nature Photonics, UCSB electrical and computer engineering professor Jonathan Schuller and collaborators describe this new approach,
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IMAGE: The newly designed HAMR-Jr alongside its predecessor, HAMR-VI. HAMR-Jr is only slightly bigger in length and width than a penny, making it one of the smallest yet highly capable, high-speed… view more  Credit: (Image courtesy of Kaushik Jayaram/Harvard SEAS) This itsy-bitsy robot can’t climb up the waterspout yet but it can run, jump, carry heavy
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IMAGE: Artificial red blood cells, like the one shown here, could carry oxygen, therapeutic drugs and other cargo in the bloodstream. Scale bar, 2 μm. view more  Credit: Adapted from ACS Nano 2020, DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.9b08714 Scientists have tried to develop synthetic red blood cells that mimic the favorable properties of natural ones, such as flexibility, oxygen
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Recently uncovered footage seemingly showcases a canceled first-person Avengers game that was once in development at THQ. The story of this game’s development dates back to around 2010 or 2011 when THQ Studio Australia and Blue Tongue Entertainment were working on an Avengers game that may have released alongside (or close to) the first MCU
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IMAGE: Angle-resolved ac magnetic susceptibility helps to understand the magnetic dynamics in single molecular magnets (SMMs). (Source: IFJ PAN) view more  Credit: Source: IFJ PAN Scientists from IFJ PAN in cooperation with researchers from the Nara Women’s University (Japan) and the Jagiellonian University (Poland) took another important step towards building a functional quantum computer. Using material
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IMAGE: Nanostructur porous titanium oxide thin film (TiOx) deposited on the plastic (PI: polyimide) substrate. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Many common household items and devices have a coating that improves performance. For example, the thin Teflon coating on cookware helps prevent food from sticking to the surface. However, it’s difficult to prepare–at