ZenGUARD™: Graphene-based nanotechnology reduces transmission risk

Zentek’s ZenGUARD™ graphene-based nanotechnology filters and deactivates pathogens to reduce the risk of transmission, making higher risk work environments and social interactions safer. The team...

Chiral spin soliton lattice: Critical for global 6G developers

A research team from Osaka Metropolitan University has discovered that a magnetic structure called a chiral spin soliton lattice is vital for global 6G...

AI ethics and regulation to be revolutionised with £8.5m investment

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) revealed the UK's first key research program on AI ethics and regulation. AI ethics and regulation: Answering some...

Transforming the Internet of Things network with wireless transfer of power

Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a cutting-edge device that could transform the Internet of Things network with the wireless transfer...

Creating efficient and high-speed spintronic devices

A research team has successfully created efficient and high-speed spintronic devices to look at spin dynamics inside rare earth materials, using a tabletop ultrafast soft-X-ray microscope. Sharing real-time information requires a complex network of systems. A favourable approach for speeding...

Scientists observe catalyst properties to develop carbon neutral technology

A research team from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) has developed an operando soft X-ray absorption spectrometry based on a radiation accelerator, to improve catalyst materials and their ability to be employed in carbon neutral technology. Why...

Scientists are highlighting the importance of green coding technology

Scientists are analysing the benefits of producing sustainable software and preforming green coding to help combat climate change effects. Devastating climate change effects have obliged humankind to think differently in order to preserve the planet and every living being. A...

Advancements in quantum computing with diamond quantum microprocessors

A collaborative project between German researchers is delivering the necessary conditions for scalable diamond quantum microprocessors. Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF  and the Institute of Quantum Optics at Ulm University, along with the start-up,...

Groundbreaking autonomous mobile robot charges electric vehicles 

A novel mobile charging robot developed by Graz University of Technology, ALVERI and ARTI Robots, independently seeks out parked electric vehicles and supplies them with energy. This development aims to promote the widespread use of e-mobility. 

Improving computer energy efficiency through novel transistor technology

University of California, Berkeley engineers have constructed a novel design of a component of transistors that could potentially improve computer energy efficiency. Computers are slowly becoming both smaller in size and more powerful, however they require a huge amount of...

Employing Artificial Intelligence technology in museum exhibits

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) analyse the pros and cons of incorporating Artificial Intelligence technology in museum exhibits. Hands-on and interactive exhibits are staples of science and children’s museums around the world. The exhibits invite children to explore scientific...

Monitoring Artificial Intelligence language systems

Researchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt demonstrate that Artificial Intelligence language systems can learn human concepts of ‘good’ and ‘bad’. Although moral concepts, in regards to both language and actions, are up for debate and differ from person to...

£685m funding granted to develop green aviation technology

The UK Government has awarded £685m to the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), to develop green aviation technology. The ATI will receive £685m from the UK Government for the financial years 2022 to 2023 through to 2024 to 2025 –  which...

Brain-inspired computing revolutionised with ‘in-memory’ applications

A research team from Twente University leads the HYBRAIN project, which introduces ‘in-memory computing,’ to develop brain-inspired computing. Current computer technology employs ‘edge computing’ to gain faster internet speeds as well as faster data communication and processing. However, scientists have...

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