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Researchers of CU-Boulder, MIT and UC Berkeley have successfully built a photonic microchip that uses light to transmit data. It has a bandwidth of 300 gigabits across a minute 3x6mm area and is the first of its kind. It may revolutionize data transmission forever. (via University of Colorado Boulder) While Intel’s new computer processing chips have gained a reputation for packing unprecedented power and speed, researchers at The University of Colorado Boulder are reinventing how we ex ...
Ordinary roses or a living, renewable biofuel source? Possible both? A group of Swedish scientists have made an epic breakthrough by successful incorporating functioning circuitry into a living organism (in this case, a common rose). They recently released their discoveries which successfully caused ions within the rose’s leaves to light up. The next step is using electronic-organic plants to acts as biofuel power plants. (image via Panoramic Images)   It seems that technology has tr ...

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