Optical barcodes extend the range of high resolution sensors

Optical barcodes extend the range of high resolution sensors

This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial policies and procedures. The editors, while ensuring the validity of the content, have highlighted the following features: fact checked Reviewed publication Reliable source correction Good! An innovative optical sensor technology developed in Young’s lab at the McKelvey School of Engineering uses multimode resonance to enhance … Read more

Genetic studies have a diversity problem that research is trying to solve

Genetic studies have a diversity problem that research is trying to solve

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Lee Moultrie said when she walked into a dental clinic at the Medical University of South Carolina recently, wearing a light blue tank top emblazoned with “In Our DNA SC” across the front, two black women They stopped him to ask questions. . “It’s a walking billboard,” said Moultrie, a health care … Read more

The End of the Quantum Tunnel: Exact Moment Series for Quantum Mechanics

The End of the Quantum Tunnel: Exact Moment Series for Quantum Mechanics

This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial policies and procedures. The editors, while ensuring the validity of the content, have highlighted the following features: fact checked Reliable source correction Good! Burrell plane Bϕ. credit: SciPost Physics (2024). DOI: 10.21468/SciPostPhys.16.4.103 x to close Burrell plane Bϕ. credit: SciPost Physics (2024). DOI: 10.21468/SciPostPhys.16.4.103 In … Read more

Unprecedented findings challenge the astrophysical models of meteorites

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Researchers have discovered a rare dust particle in a meteorite that was formed by a star other than our sun. Using advanced atom probe tomography, they analyzed the particle’s unique magnesium isotopic ratio and revealed its origin from a newly identified type of hydrogen-burning supernova. This development provides deeper insight into cosmic events and star … Read more

Unprecedented findings challenge the astrophysical models of meteorites

Supernova meteorite art

Researchers have discovered a rare dust particle in a meteorite that was formed by a star other than our sun. Using advanced atom probe tomography, they analyzed the particle’s unique magnesium isotopic ratio and revealed its origin from a newly identified type of hydrogen-burning supernova. This development provides deeper insight into cosmic events and star … Read more

Researchers are advancing the detection of gravitational waves to investigate collisions between neutron stars and black holes

Researchers are advancing the detection of gravitational waves to investigate collisions between neutron stars and black holes

This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial policies and procedures. The editors, while ensuring the validity of the content, have highlighted the following features: fact checked Reviewed publication Reliable source correction Good! This chart shows how long it takes researchers to send an alert, the average alert time is less than 30 … Read more

Automated machine learning robot opens up new potential for genetics research

Automated machine learning robot opens up new potential for genetics research

This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial policies and procedures. The editors, while ensuring the validity of the content, have highlighted the following features: fact checked Reviewed publication Reliable source correction Good! The microinjection robot detects embryos the size of a hundredth of a grain of rice, calculates a path, and automates … Read more