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Researcher in Norway increases 6G network capacity

Rebekka Olsson Omslandseter, at the Department of ICT at the University of Agder, in Norway, recently submitted her doctoral...

Boost for security in artificial intelligence and image processing

A team of researchers from the Institute IMDEA Software, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and NEC Laboratories Europe has...

New sodium battery can charge in seconds

Sodium, which is more than 500 times more abundant than lithium, has recently garnered significant attention for its potential...

Novel ultra-low power memory for neuromorphic computing​ developed

A team of Korean researchers has developed a new memory device that can be used to replace existing memory...

AI tool can measure work-related stress

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed an AI-based tool that can recognise when knowledge workers are under...

New ultrasound technology could transform respiratory disease diagnosis

The thorax provides medical professionals with a window into a patient’s respiratory health. By evaluating sound vibrations produced by...

Breakthrough computational technique heralds new era in nuclear geoscience

Conventional nuclear measurement techniques, such as Monte Carlo simulations, are known for their extensive computational demands and prolonged processing...

New opportunities for 2D material

Materials that are only a few atoms thick exhibit unique properties that make them appealing for energy storage, catalysis...

AI infrastructure survey reveals GPU challenges

ClearML has announced the findings from a global AI survey recently conducted with FuriosaAI and the AI Infrastructure Alliance...

Opentrons announces robotics education initiative

Opentrons Labworks, Inc., which provides lab automation and makers of accessible lab robotics, has announced the launch of Opentrons...

IFAM – a growing important event on the European technology calendar

Slovenia lies in a strategically advantageous position in Europe. A long-term EU member, it could be considered western Europe’s gateway...

Quantum technology: the double-edged sword in the fight against cybercrime

By Dr Tess Skyrme, senior technology analyst at IDTechEx The battle to secure communications is intensifying. Over the past 20...

Boost in quest for faster computer chips

The race to create increasingly faster and more powerful computer chips continues as transistors, their fundamental components, shrink to...

SPT supports UKHSA genomics surveillance project to strengthen global health security

SPT Labtech, which designs, develops and manufactures automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, continues its partnership with...

Austrian researchers generate solar power and thermal energy at same time

Solar rays focused on concentrator photovoltaic cells using parabolic mirrors not only supply electricity, but also thermal energy for...

A “quantum leap” at room temperature

In quantum mechanics, the ability to observe and control quantum phenomena at room temperature has long been elusive, especially...

New nanosensors make diagnostic procedures more sensitive

The Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectronic Circuits and Systems IMS and Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, have developed a process that...

Boost for solar power using space reflectors?

Reflectors placed in orbit around the Earth which reflect sunlight towards future solar power farms at dawn and dusk...

High-power optic fibre laser to power nano satellites developed

The use of lasers in space is a reality. Even though radio waves have been the backbone of space...

Ten ways AI will shape the next five years

Over the past year, artificial intelligence (AI) has made a significant impact on the world. While most of us...

Watch: PhaseV at Bio-Europe

https://youtu.be/K4oHzpOoiPM PhaseV, which has a presence in both the US and Israel, is developing a unique set of advanced technologies...
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