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New 3D-Printed Microlenses With Adjustable Refractive Indices – Poised to Improve Imaging, Computing and Communications
Researchers have developed new 3D-printed microlenses with adjustable refractive indices – a property that gives them highly specialized light-focusing abilities. This advancement is poised to…
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Hitting the Quantum “Sweet Spot”: Best Position for Atom Qubits in Silicon to Scale Up Atom-Based Quantum Processors
Australian researchers have located the ‘sweet spot’ for positioning qubits in silicon to scale up atom-based quantum processors. Researchers from the Centre of Excellence for…
An Escape Route for Seafloor Methane: Puzzling Leakage From Frozen Layers Explained
Leakage from frozen layers was a puzzle, but a new study shows how the potent greenhouse gas breaks through icy barriers. Methane, the main component…
Synthetic Microswimmers: Inanimate Microparticles Display Complex Behavior
TU Dresden Freigeist fellow Dr Juliane Simmchen is investigating with her multidisciplinary junior research group the motion of synthetic microswimmers in liquids. Her goal is…
NASA Building SLS Core Stages for Second, Third Artemis Moon Missions
Technicians are simultaneously manufacturing NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) core stages for the Artemis II and Artemis III lunar missions at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in…
“Sistine Chapel of the Ancients” Discovered: Amazon Rock Art Shows the Rainforest’s Earliest Inhabitants Living With Giant Ice Age Animals
Amazonian rock art newly discovered by researchers provides further proof the rainforest’s earliest inhabitants lived alongside now-extinct giant Ice Age animals. The thousands of pictures…
See the Incredible First Image of a Sunspot From the Inouye Solar Telescope
The U.S. NSF’s Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope just released its first image of a sunspot. The telescope’s four-meter primary mirror will give the best…
How Airflow Inside a Car May Affect COVID-19 Transmission Risk – What Works Best for Windows and Ventilation
A new study uses computer simulations to track airflows inside a car’s passenger cabin, providing potential strategies — some of them counterintuitive — for reducing…
Mitigating Climate Change and Extreme Heat With Reflective Pavements
MIT postdoc explains how reflective pavements can significantly — and often indirectly — mitigate climate change and extreme heat. Extreme heat events — like those…
Our Galaxy’s Brightest Gamma-Ray Binary System May Be Powered by a Magnetar Star
A team of researchers led by members of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) has analyzed previously collected…