A large part of this expense is the substrate on which graphene is generally produced.… Read the rest
Writing for the European Journal of Sociology Diego Gambetta, of the Italian European University Institute and Steffen Hertog, an associate professor have a theory.… Read the rest
Popular Science dubbed it one of the top breakthroughs of 2015, the world’s first white laser. Professor Cun-Zheng Ning has been working on the invention for nearly a decade.… Read the rest
The company said that the battery uses the same lithium ion chemistry used in mobilephone batteries today but gets its advantage from atoms of graphite bonded to the anode.… Read the rest
The reason why this is a breakthrough is because flower shaped structures have potential in fields including optoelectronics, thermosensors, nanotechnology, biotechnology, biomedicine and organic electronics.… Read the rest
The credit card sized TX1 kit is the size of a credit card but has a 1 teraflop of horsepower.… Read the rest
Apparently CEO’s do a lot of redundant stuff which would be better left to robots.
The report said that these redundant tasks include “analyzing reports and data to inform operational decisions; preparing staff assignments; and reviewing status reports,” the report says.… Read the rest
While mapping the so-called “cosmic microwave background,” which is the light left over from the early universe, scientist Ranga-Ram Chary found what he called a mysterious glow.
Chary who works for the European Space Agency’s Planck Space Telescope data centre at CalTech, said the glow could be due to matter from a neighbouring universe leaked into ours.… Read the rest
The team has been thinking small, and so far has tested the design on small pea-sized objects, which they can manipulate from 30 to 40cm away.… Read the rest
According to University of Illinois researchers, consumer psychology is changing and fanboys and fangirls don’t perceive their beloved brand as a relationship – some may consider it an extension of themselves.… Read the rest