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23 July

Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a framework for assessing disaster recovery in cities in near real time. In a new paper, researchers at Texas A&M University analyzed how often people visit major popular institutions such as pharmacies, churches and grocery stores during Hurricane Harvey to create a framework for assessing disaster recovery in […]

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22 July

Scientists have unveiled a bicycle helmet that is designed with a new type of plastic. It softens crash impacts and reduces injuries by 60%. According to a 2020 World Health Organization (WHO) report, more than 60% of reported cycling-related injuries are the result of head bumps following accidents. Researchers at Nanyang University of Technology Singapore […]

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22 July

Scientists from the UK have presented a new method of using AI, which speeds up MRI by several dozen times. He will soon be taught to work with all types of scanners. Researchers at King’s College London’s School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging have automated the labeling of brain MRI images needed to improve machine […]

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17 July

In the process of manufacturing microcircuits, some of the silicon wafers – round substrates up to 300 mm in diameter – inevitably turn out to be defective. Such plates can be reused, but until now China did not have the capacity to clean and recover used substrates. Since June of this year, China has launched […]

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16 July

Ryzen 5000 (Vermeer) processors with cutting-edge Zen 3 architecture are among the best desktop solutions available on the market. Nevertheless, it seems that the manufacturer has unused reserves of crystals with Zen 2 cores – probably AMD will soon release new processors based on this, somewhat not fresh architecture. Judging by the data of the […]

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14 July

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego have created a patch that generates electricity from sweat even in sleep. Previously, engineers have already created similar biofuel cells powered by human sweat, such as a shirt. But they all required intense activity, so the person spent more energy than he received. Therefore, engineers have found […]

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14 July

The three-piece wearable robotic kit will aid in the rehabilitation of patients, restoring them to mobility lost due to stroke. Strokes, which occur when the blood supply to a part of the brain is interrupted or reduced, is the leading cause of death and disability among adults. Among the surviving patients, about 75% will have […]

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12 July

Inventor Mike Paty designed a wing that changes length in flight. The inventor has created an experimental aircraft with a transforming wing: it can be extended up to 40 cm to reduce speed and change the angle of attack during takeoff and landing. The wings are custom designed with double slats on the leading edge, […]

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10 July

Scientists have unveiled a new mixture of materials that can automatically regulate the temperature inside buildings. It can be soft for 3D printing and hard for building objects. The researchers explained that changing climatic conditions have left millions of people vulnerable. As temperature fluctuations become more commonplace around the world, traditional energy-intensive refrigeration systems need […]

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05 July

Scientists at Stanford University have 3D printed stretch leather that looks like rubber. Chemical engineer Zhenan Bao and her team of Stanford researchers in a new study described how they printed a stretchable but reusable integrated circuit on rubber materials. There are more than 40,000 transistors on one square centimeter of artificial leather: the team […]

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