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For the first time ever, scientists have recorded atoms splitting/bonding. This new method the team used could be used in the future with electronic microscopy. Image Credit: University of Nottingham)   Scientists from the University of Ulm in Germany and the University of Nottingham in the UK have managed to record a video of atoms bonding and separating for the first time. The team used transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and tools from the SALVE Project to capture the phenomenon. The ...
Researchers recreated the to push of an ancient Egyptian priest, Nesyamun, by using a CT scanner, a 3D printer and an electronic larynx. The mummy could only produce a vowel-like sound. (Image Credit: Leeds Teaching Hospitals/Leeds Museums and Galleries)   About 3,000 years ago, an ancient Egyptian named Nesyamun had died from a suspected severe allergic reaction and became mummified, preserving soft tissue, including his vocal tract. By using 3D printing, CT scanning, and an electronic la ...
These new implants will address inner ear damage, boasts a more comfortable fit, and will send highly conductive signals. The implant’s design is based on the Japanese paper-cutting technique, Kirigami. (Image credit: EPFL)   Some older new I found interesting... Nearly half a million people suffer from hearing impairment. Typically, ear implants are used to address these issues, but these devices do not help those who suffer from inner ear damage or whose auditory nerve doesn’ ...
Gatebox has been redesigned by Keystone Innovative Group with software changes – replace the blue-haired anime character with a westernized avatar. (Image Credit: Gatebox)   If Tamagotchi, Digipets, robot butlers of the 80s are any indication, we love to make pets/friends out of digital devices. Unlike the ones I mentioned, there are plenty of new ones that are starting to get closer to being something to really interact with. AI + HMI is the future.   Keystone Innovation Group ...
The mini-accelerator could be a big boon in the medical industry, especially for cancer research. A magnified image of a section of the accelerator on a chip. (Image credit: Stanford University)   High power particle accelerators play a large role in the scientific community. They’re commonly used for scientific investigations, like the discovery of the Higgs Boston or the search for dark matter. But because the machines are so big, they’re very expensive and in limited quanti ...

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