Tuesday, March 21, 2023

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A switch made from a single molecule works up to 1,000,000 times faster

A special carbon molecule can function as multiple high-speed switches at once.

Stretching time to detect the molecular vibration information faster and better

This ultrafast infrared spectroscopy method would fulfill many unmet needs in experimental molecular science.

Study finds why babies kick, wiggle and move in the womb

Spontaneous baby movements have a purpose.

Scientists created the first quasiparticle Bose-Einstein condensate

For decades, it was elusive whether they could undergo Bose-Einstein condensation like real particles.

Upgrading your computer to quantum

Finding a way to add quantum capabilities to existing fabrication lines.

The mystery of the Hall effect in a Weyl antiferromagnet unveiled

An advance in the use of antiferromagnetic materials in memory storage devices.

Scientists revealed the distribution of dark matter around galaxies 12 billion years ago

Further back in time than ever before.

A novel insight into the relationship between certain types of neural connections and consciousness

New study identifies network cores of the brain with strong bidirectional connections.

Biometric authentication using breath

Breath could be the next biometric authentication for your smartphone.

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