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Flexible and biodegradable electronic blood vessels. – Brinkwire

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Researchers in China and Switzerland have developed electronic blood vessels that can be actively tuned to address subtle changes in the body after implantation. The blood vesselsmade of a metal-polymer conductor membrane that’s flexible and biodegradablemimic natural blood vessels, were conductive in in vitro experiments, and were able to effectively replace key arteries in rabbits. The research, published October 1 in the journal Matter, could overcome the limitations of conventional tissue en…

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60-year-old limit to lasers overturned by quantum researchers – Phys.org

A team of Australian quantum theorists has shown how to break a bound that had been believed, for 60 years, to fundamentally limit the coherence of lasers.

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A team of Australian quantum theorists has shown how to break a bound that had been believed, for 60 years, to fundamentally limit the coherence of lasers.
The coherence of a laser beam can be thought of as the number of photons (particles of light) emitted consecutively into the beam with the same phase (all waving together). It determines how well it can perform a wide variety of precision tasks, such as controlling all the components of a quantum computer.
Now, in a paper published in Nature…

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Video: Using dragonflies to measure mercury pollution – Phys.org

A citizen science program that began over a decade ago found that dragonflies can be used to measure mercury pollution. Research Professor Celia Chen, director…

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A citizen science program that began over a decade ago found that dragonflies can be used to measure mercury pollution. Research Professor Celia Chen, director of Dartmouth’s Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program, explains the national research effort, which grew out of a Dartmouth-affiliated regional project to collect dragonfly larvae.
“It’s an important possible way for us to determine whether national and international policies on controlling mercury are effective,” says Chen. “The dragonfly…

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The Morning After: NASA detected water on the Moon’s sunlit side – Yahoo Finance Australia

A drop test showed how tough the iPhone 12 really is, and a PS5 launch title is delayed.

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Does the industry need another cloud gaming service? Facebook certainly thinks so. Unlike Google, Amazon, NVIDIA and Microsoft, though, the company is starting small. Really small. Instead of a standalone service, Facebook is quietly offering streamable games inside its social network. And instead of triple-A titles, the company is offering smaller free-to-play experiences like Asphalt 9: Legends, a driving game you might have played on your phone.
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