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CERN Hosts International Conference on Quantum Technology for High Energy Physics (QT4HEP22)

We are pleased to announce that registration will open this week for the International Conference on Quantum Technology for High Energy Physics, which will be hosted at CERN from 1-4 November 2022. The event will take place in the CERN main auditorium, with sessions broadcast live. The conference will serve as a forum for discussing …

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The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology are working to enhance the analytical skills of chemists from developing countries

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemicals (OPCW), in association with the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), organized the Analytical Chemistry Course which was held in Hyderabad, India from 5-16 September 2022. The course enhanced chemical analysis skills for chemistry professionals from OPCW member countries with developing or transition economies. The experts provided comprehensive …

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Fabulous! Telescopes monitor the impact of the asteroid DART in deep space (videos)

Telescopes here on Earth have captured the astonishing death of the asteroid probe DART in deep space. DART shocked the Dimorphos, a moon of the larger asteroid Didymos, as planned on Monday evening (September 26), gave up its robotic life in the name of planetary defense. The dramatic impact occurred 7 million miles (11 million …

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Emily’s Wonder Lab lives with Calandrelli’s new book “Keep Curious and Keep Exploring”

During the pandemic, parents around the world have struggled to find ways to keep their children entertained at home while ensuring their minds continue to be enriched. Video games and YouTube have proven to be a boon for those unexpected sick days or quarantines, but finding quality entertainment wasn’t always easy. Our family found out …

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Technology produces more than 100 medical robots per minute that can be disassembled in the body

Credit: DGIST (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) Daegu Gyeongbok Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST, President Yang Kook) Professor Hongsoo Choi’s team from the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering collaborated with the team of Professor Sung-Won Kim at Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, Catholic University of Korea, and Professor Bradley J. The Nelson …

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A small Neptune-like planet has been found outside the solar system via a strange new astronomical technology

new technology The discovery of minor planets has promising results, according to a new paper in Astrophysical Journal Letters. Astronomers with the Astrophysics Center | Harvard and Smithsonian have reported the discovery of a unique imprint of dust emission in a ring around a distant budding star — evidence, they are convinced, of the existence …

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ISU lab aims to repair severed nerves, advance university research • News Service • Iowa State University

Abigail Fowler, senior at ISU, shows several types of gelatinous scaffolds. She is part of Professor Donald Sakaguchi’s research team that is exploring how these structures can help nerves grow again after a severe injury. bigger picture. Photo by Christopher Gannon/Iowa State University AMES, IA – Under the cover of a buzz cell farm at …

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Quantum technology reaches unprecedented control over captured light

Illustration of the aluminum resonator on the right. The blue and red patterns show the states of quantum mechanics that Chalmers researchers can create and control. Counting from top to bottom right, the cases are: Gottesman-Kitaev-Preskill (GKP), the cubic phase case, the binomial case, the Fock case and the Cat case. Credit: Yen Strandqvist, Chalmers …

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Veterinary Chemistry Analyzers Market Size, Share, Growth, New Innovative Solutions and Advanced Research Report (2023-2030)

Pune, Maharashtra, Sep 27, 2022 (Wiredrelease) Market.Biz-: Global Veterinary Chemistry Analyzer Market Scope Analysis: The pharmaceutical industry plays an important role in the well-being of patients and their communities. They offer more than just life-saving and potential treatments. They create jobs and stimulate the global economy. Healthcare and pharmaceutical companies are involved in the production, …

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Stunning images of Jupiter from the James Webb Space Telescope

Chances are, if you’ve been outside on a clear night after sunset and are facing east, you’ve seen this suspiciously bright light in the sky. Is it a plane? Is it a satellite? If it’s rising slowly and barely shimmering, you’re seeing Jupiter. Jupiter is giant. With an equatorial diameter of about 88,000 miles and …

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