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日本无码:Video Embedded researchers-develop-a-new-way-to-instruct-dance-in-virtual-reality
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Released: 29-Apr-2024 6:05 AM EDT
Researchers develop a new way to instruct dance in Virtual Reality
Aalto University

Virtual reality dance made easier with crowd wave technique. Open source code can be downloaded for Quest 2 and 3

   
日本无码: Researchers enable detection of remarkable gravitational-wave signal
Released: 5-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Researchers enable detection of remarkable gravitational-wave signal
University of Portsmouth

Researchers from the University of Portsmouth鈥檚 Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG) have helped to detect a remarkable gravitational-wave signal, which could hold the key to solving a cosmic mystery. The discovery is from the latest set of results announced today (5 April) by the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA collaboration, which comprises more than 1,600 scientists from around the world, including members of the ICG, that seeks to detect gravitational waves and use them for exploration of fundamentals of science.

日本无码:Video Embedded skin-wetting-helps-cool-older-adults-in-very-hot-dry-weather
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1-Apr-2024 9:00 AM EDT
Skin Wetting Helps Cool Older Adults in Very Hot, Dry Weather
American Physiological Society (APS)

Spraying the skin with water helps reduce core and skin temperature in older adults during extremely hot and dry weather.

日本无码:Video Embedded black-men-have-greater-microvascular-dysfunction-than-white-men-after-prostate-cancer-diagnosis
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1-Apr-2024 9:00 AM EDT
Black Men Have Greater Microvascular Dysfunction than White Men after Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
American Physiological Society (APS)

Microvascular function is lower in Black men following a recent diagnosis of prostate cancer, compared to white men.

日本无码: Regular Exercise Prevents DNA Damage with Aging
1-Apr-2024 9:00 AM EDT
Regular Exercise Prevents DNA Damage with Aging
American Physiological Society (APS)

Regular aerobic exercise later in life prevents genomic instability characterized by DNA damage and telomere dysfunction

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Released: 29-Mar-2024 11:05 AM EDT
MEDIA ADVISORY: Updates on the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) at the April APS Meeting
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Scientists designing components and developing the science program for the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) -- a one-of-a-kind nuclear physics research facility being built in the U.S. -- will present updates on the project at the April 2024 meeting of the American Physical Society (APS).

日本无码: Q&A: How to train AI when you don't have enough data
Released: 28-Mar-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Q&A: How to train AI when you don't have enough data
University of Washington

As researchers explore potential applications for AI, they have found scenarios where AI could be really useful but there鈥檚 not enough data to accurately train the algorithms. Jenq-Neng Hwang, University of Washington professor of electrical and computer and engineering, specializes in these issues.

Released: 20-Mar-2024 11:45 AM EDT
Life in the Age of Plastics: Prevalence and Risks of Nano and Microplastics in Food & Beverage Containers
Institute for the Advancement of Food and Nutrition Sciences

鈥楴ano- and Microplastics from Food Contact Containers: Unveiling the Known and the Unknown鈥 is the title of a free webinar coming up April 3.

日本无码:Video Embedded hitting-this-stretchy-electronic-material-makes-it-tougher
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Hitting this stretchy, electronic material makes it tougher
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Dropping wearable electronics, or hitting them really hard, usually breaks the devices. Now, researchers report on a flexible and electrically conductive material with 鈥渁daptive durability,鈥 getting stronger when it is hit. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded new-model-clarifies-why-water-freezes-at-a-range-of-temperatures
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
New model clarifies why water freezes at a range of temperatures
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Though it鈥檚 known that tiny sites like soot and bacteria help water freeze, the fundamentals of how ice forms are vague. Scientists have now developed a theoretical model showing how structural details on surfaces influence water鈥檚 freezing point. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded cleaning-up-environmental-contaminants-with-quantum-dot-technology
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Cleaning up environmental contaminants with quantum dot technology
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Quantum dot research just won a Nobel Prize, and now, the applications for nontoxic quantum dots are being expanded. One team of researchers has designed carbon- and sulfur-based dots to help clean up the environment. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded molecular-crystal-motors-move-like-microbes-when-exposed-to-light
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Molecular crystal motors move like microbes when exposed to light
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Rabih Al-Kaysi鈥檚 molecular motors look like tiny worms, but they鈥檙e actually crystallized molecules that move in response to light. These machines could someday solve real-world problems, like being used as drug-delivery robots. The researchers will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded is-food-waste-the-key-to-sustainable-plastic-free-diapers-and-sanitary-pads
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Is food waste the key to sustainable, plastic-free diapers and sanitary pads?
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Many disposable diapers and sanitary pads contain plastic and need centuries to decompose. Now, researchers are replacing the plastic with parts made from food waste. That could lead to biodegradable diapers and pads that could be used as fertilizer. They鈥檒l present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded new-composite-decking-could-reduce-global-warming-effects-of-building-materials
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
New composite decking could reduce global warming effects of building materials
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Building materials are major contributors to global carbon dioxide emissions. So scientists have designed a composite decking material that stores more carbon dioxide than is required to manufacture it, providing the first 鈥渃arbon-negative鈥 option. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded better-kombucha-brewing-through-chemistry
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Better kombucha brewing through chemistry
American Chemical Society (ACS)

These chemists are investigating ways to reliably minimize alcohol and tailor taste profiles during the kombucha fermentation process to help home and commercial producers optimize their funky brews. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded the-many-flavors-of-edible-ants
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
The many flavors of edible ants
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Ants are commonly eaten in some parts of the world, roasted and eaten whole or ground and used to add flavor and texture to dishes. Each species has its own unique flavor, and researchers now report the aroma profiles of four species of edible ants. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

日本无码:Video Embedded animal-hair-structure-changes-from-summer-to-winter-to-fend-off-freezing-weather
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11-Mar-2024 11:45 PM EDT
Animal hair structure changes from summer to winter to fend off freezing weather
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Some animals can withstand frigid weather, thanks to the insulating properties of the hollow hairs that make up their coats. Little was known about the hairs, but researchers have now discovered that their inner structure changes with the seasons. They will present their results at ACS Spring 2024.

Released: 7-Mar-2024 8:10 AM EST
The role of machine learning and computer vision in Imageomics
Ohio State University

A new field promises to usher in a new era of using machine learning and computer vision to tackle small and large-scale questions about the biology of organisms around the globe.

Released: 4-Mar-2024 1:00 PM EST
Scientists Put Forth a Smarter Way to Protect a Smarter Grid
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PNNL scientists have put forth a new approach to protect the electric grid, creating a tool that sorts and prioritizes cyber threats on the fly.

Released: 29-Feb-2024 1:05 PM EST
Autonomous vehicle technology vulnerable to road object spoofing and vanishing attacks
University of California, Irvine

A University of California, Irvine-led research team has demonstrated the potentially hazardous vulnerabilities associated with the technology called LiDAR, or Light Detection and Ranging, many autonomous vehicles use to navigate streets, roads and highways. Computer scientists and electrical engineers at the UCI and Japan鈥檚 Keio University have shown how to use lasers to fool LiDAR into 鈥渟eeing鈥 objects that are not present and missing those that are 鈥 deficiencies that can cause unwarranted and unsafe braking or collisions.

日本无码: Carnegie Mellon University researchers learn much from in-home test of adaptive robot interface
Released: 27-Feb-2024 10:05 PM EST
Carnegie Mellon University researchers learn much from in-home test of adaptive robot interface
Carnegie Mellon University

No one could blame Carnegie Mellon University students Akhil Padmanabha and Janavi Gupta if they were a bit anxious this past August as they traveled to the Bay Area home of Henry and Jane Evans.

Released: 17-Feb-2024 2:05 PM EST
Imageomics poised to enable new understanding of life
Ohio State University

Imageomics, a new field of science, has made stunning progress in the past year and is on the verge of major discoveries about life on Earth, according to one of the founders of the discipline. Tanya Berger-Wolf, faculty director of the Translational Data Analytics Institute at The Ohio State University, outlined the state of imageomics in a presentation at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

日本无码: SLAS Life Sciences and Technology Awards Announced
Released: 14-Feb-2024 12:00 PM EST
SLAS Life Sciences and Technology Awards Announced
SLAS

Science and technology awards were announced during the SLAS2024 International Conference and Exhibition, the annual flagship event of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, which attracted a record-setting 7500 attendees and 400 exhibitors. Each year SLAS recognizes several exceptional presenters and exhibitors who represent the best of the Society鈥檚 programs and mission.

日本无码: New Method Could Detect Early Ovarian Cancer from Urine Samples
5-Feb-2024 3:05 PM EST
New Method Could Detect Early Ovarian Cancer from Urine Samples
Biophysical Society

Ovarian cancer is hard to diagnose in its early stages because it has vague symptoms, such as constipation, bloating, and back pain.

日本无码: How Ancient Sea Creatures can Inform Soft Robotics
5-Feb-2024 11:05 AM EST
How Ancient Sea Creatures can Inform Soft Robotics
Biophysical Society

Soft robotics is the study of creating robots from soft materials, which has the advantage of flexibility and safety in human interactions. These robots are well-suited for applications ranging from medical devices to enhancing efficiency in various tasks.

日本无码: Key LiDAR sensor elements for autonomous vehicles are now made with our technology
Released: 31-Jan-2024 12:00 AM EST
Key LiDAR sensor elements for autonomous vehicles are now made with our technology
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced that a team led by Dr. Myung-Jae Lee at the Post-Silicon Semiconductor Institute has developed a "single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD)" that can identify objects at the mm level based on a 40nm back-illuminated CMOS image sensor process.

日本无码:Video Embedded joint-efforts-to-ensure-the-sustainability-of-our-one-and-only-earth
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Released: 30-Jan-2024 9:00 AM EST
Joint Efforts to Ensure the Sustainability of Our One and Only Earth
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The 37th International Geological Congress (IGC 2024) in August 2024, Busan, Korea, will highlight a growing concern amid urgent threats posed by accelerated climate and environmental changes.

日本无码:Video Embedded nasa-s-webb-discovers-dusty-cat-s-tail-in-beta-pictoris-system
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Released: 10-Jan-2024 2:20 PM EST
NASA鈥檚 Webb Discovers Dusty 鈥楥at鈥檚 Tail鈥 in Beta Pictoris System
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Since the 1980s, the planetary system around the star Beta Pictoris has continued to fascinate scientists. Even after decades of study, it still holds surprises.

Released: 10-Jan-2024 12:05 PM EST
ASBMB announces 2024 class of fellows
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)

The honorific program recognizes biochemists and molecular biologists who have made outstanding contributions to the field through their research, teaching, mentoring or other forms of service.

日本无码: Massive Gas Clouds Escape Center of Milky Way
Released: 10-Jan-2024 11:15 AM EST
Massive Gas Clouds Escape Center of Milky Way
National Radio Astronomy Observatory

The Green Bank Telescope has discovered over 250 gaseous clouds being blasted out of the center of the Milky Way into interstellar space. A decade ago, astronomers weren鈥檛 aware of this phenomenon. It took years of observations, and some surprising finds, to produce this latest result.

日本无码: Hubble Finds Weird Home of Farthest Fast Radio Burst
9-Jan-2024 3:15 PM EST
Hubble Finds Weird Home of Farthest Fast Radio Burst
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Astronomers using Hubble have found the location of the farthest and brightest fast radio burst ever detected. It exploded within a collection of merging galaxies that existed when the universe was only 5 billion years old.

日本无码: NASA鈥檚 Webb Finds Signs of Possible Aurorae on Isolated Brown Dwarf
Released: 9-Jan-2024 11:20 AM EST
NASA鈥檚 Webb Finds Signs of Possible Aurorae on Isolated Brown Dwarf
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Astronomers using NASA鈥檚 James Webb Space Telescope have found a brown dwarf (an object more massive than Jupiter but smaller than a star) that may display possible aurorae, like the familiar Northern Lights on our world. This is an unexpected mystery because the brown dwarf, known as W1935, is an isolated object in space, with no nearby star to create an aurora.

Released: 9-Jan-2024 9:00 AM EST
Press passes now available for Discover BMB to be held March 23鈥26
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)

Complimentary press passes are now available for Discover BMB, the annual meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). Join us March 23鈥26 in San Antonio to experience an engaging agenda showcasing the newest developments and current trends in the field.

日本无码:Video Embedded wireless-tracking-system-could-help-improve-the-xr-experience
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Released: 21-Dec-2023 12:00 PM EST
Wireless tracking system could help improve the XR experience
University of California San Diego

UC San Diego engineers developed a technology that delivers centimeter-level accuracy for real-time tracking in extended reality (XR) applications.

14-Nov-2023 12:05 PM EST
New Research Shows That U.S. Renters Are Hit the Hardest When a Hurricane Strikes
Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Ten years of data indicate that a hurricane disaster leads to rent increases, higher eviction rates, and less affordable housing for renters

Released: 8-Dec-2023 10:05 AM EST
Biases in large image-text AI model favor wealthier, Western perspectives
University of Michigan

In a study evaluating the bias in OpenAI's CLIP, a model that pairs text and images and operates behind the scenes in the popular DALL-E image generator, University of Michigan researchers found that CLIP performs poorly on images that portray low-income and non-Western lifestyles.

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Released: 7-Dec-2023 11:05 AM EST
Saddling up cryptosystems for a quantum showdown
Virginia Tech

A lone ranger riding off into the sunset might say something sage and vague, such as 鈥渁 man is only as good as his word.鈥 But these gritty prophets never said anything about verifying a man鈥檚 鈥 or anyone else鈥檚 鈥 word in the wild frontiers of the digital or quantum era.

日本无码: Software DJ Creates Automated Pop Song Mashups #Acoustics23
30-Nov-2023 7:05 AM EST
Software DJ Creates Automated Pop Song Mashups #Acoustics23
Acoustical Society of America (ASA)

Xinyang Wu from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has designed a computer algorithm to intelligently create mashups using the drum tracks from one song and the vocals and instrumentals from another. The algorithm mimics the process used by professionals, identifying the most dynamic moments to adjust the tempo of the instrumental tracks and add the drum beat mashup at exactly the right moment for maximum effect. The result is a unique blend of pleasing lyrics and exciting instrumentals with wide-ranging appeal.

日本无码: A Farsighted Approach to Tackle Nearsightedness #Acoustics23
28-Nov-2023 12:05 PM EST
A Farsighted Approach to Tackle Nearsightedness #Acoustics23
Acoustical Society of America (ASA)

As humans age, our eyes adjust based on how we use them, growing or shortening to focus where needed, and we now know that blurred input to the eye while the eye is growing causes myopia.

Released: 4-Dec-2023 10:05 AM EST
Tracking undetectable space junk
University of Michigan

Satellite and spacecraft operators may finally be able to detect small pieces of debris orbiting Earth using an approach proposed by researchers from the University of Michigan.

日本无码: Development of Long-Life Organic Electrode Expedites Commercialization of Next-Generation Secondary Batteries
Released: 29-Nov-2023 9:00 AM EST
Development of Long-Life Organic Electrode Expedites Commercialization of Next-Generation Secondary Batteries
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The research team, led by Dr. Hosun Shin from the Interdisciplinary Materials Measurement Institute at the Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), and Professor Jae Yong Song鈥檚 team from the Department of Semiconductor Engineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), developed a long-life organic electrode that has potential to expedite the commercialization of next-generation secondary batteries.

日本无码: Defending your voice against deepfakes
Released: 27-Nov-2023 2:05 PM EST
Defending your voice against deepfakes
Washington University in St. Louis

Computer scientists led by Ning Zhang at the McKelvey School of Engineering developed AntiFake, a tool to protect voice recordings from unauthorized speech synthesis.

日本无码: Want Better AI? Get Input From a Real (Human) Expert
Released: 20-Nov-2023 12:30 AM EST
Want Better AI? Get Input From a Real (Human) Expert
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Input from humans helps when deciding whether to trust the recommendations and decisions of a machine-learning system.

日本无码: WhaleVis turns more than a century of whaling data into an interactive map
Released: 15-Nov-2023 12:05 PM EST
WhaleVis turns more than a century of whaling data into an interactive map
University of Washington

A team at the University of Washington has created an interactive dashboard called WhaleVis, which lets users map data on global whale catches and whaling routes from 1880 to 1986. Scientists can compare this historical data and its trends with current information to better understand whale populations over time.

Released: 9-Nov-2023 1:05 PM EST
New AI noise-canceling headphone technology lets wearers pick which sounds they hear
University of Washington

A team led by researchers at the University of Washington has developed deep-learning algorithms that let users pick which sounds filter through their headphones in real time. Either through voice commands or a smartphone app, headphone wearers can select which sounds they want to include from 20 classes, such as sirens, baby cries, speech, vacuum cleaners and bird chirps.

日本无码: A Google Slides extension can make presentation software more accessible for blind users
Released: 30-Oct-2023 4:05 PM EDT
A Google Slides extension can make presentation software more accessible for blind users
University of Washington

A team led by researchers at the University of Washington has created A11yBoard for Google Slides, a browser extension and phone or tablet app that allows blind users to navigate through complex slide layouts, objects, images and text.

日本无码: KICT Develops Scan to BIM for Reverse Engineering from 3D Vision Data
Released: 23-Oct-2023 8:00 AM EDT
KICT Develops Scan to BIM for Reverse Engineering from 3D Vision Data
National Research Council of Science and Technology

Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) has developed building scan to BIM (Building Information Modeling)-based reverse engineering technology required for 3D geospatial information modeling domains such as digital twin information modeling.

Released: 10-Oct-2023 8:00 AM EDT
Wireless, battery-free electronic 鈥榮tickers鈥 gauge forces between touching objects
University of California San Diego

UC San Diego engineers developed electronic 鈥渟tickers鈥 that measure the force exerted by one object upon another. The force stickers are wireless, run without batteries and fit in tight spaces, making them versatile for a wide range of applications, from surgical robots to smart implants and inventory tracking.

日本无码: KICT Develops Road Pothole Filtering Program based on AI
Released: 18-Sep-2023 8:00 AM EDT
KICT Develops Road Pothole Filtering Program based on AI
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) has developed a 'Road Pothole Filtering Program' to establish an emergency road restoration system for frequent pothole occurrences.

日本无码: Scammers Can Abuse Security Flaws in Email Forwarding to Impersonate High-profile Domains
1-Sep-2023 7:05 PM EDT
Scammers Can Abuse Security Flaws in Email Forwarding to Impersonate High-profile Domains
University of California San Diego

Sending an email with a forged address is easier than previously thought, due to flaws in the process that allows email forwarding, according to a research team led by computer scientists at the University of California San Diego.

   


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