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'Blood lab' inside a mobile phone could detect cancer
Scientists are in the early stages of an 'e-health technology' project aimed at developing a mobile phone app that can examine blood sample images and diagnose cancer. It would work by taking a magnified image of a blood slide via a microscopic lens attached to the smart phone, which the app (...)
[Science daily]

Medical Information Records, LLC is Selected as a Finalist for Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences and Dell Center for Entrepreneurs Healthcare Pitch Days Competition
Today, Medical Information Records, LLC (MIR) , creator of AnesthesiaOS , a revolutionary Anesthesia Information Management System (AIMS) company that offers a robust, one of a kind AIMS built for simplicity, intuitiveness and speed; announced that it has been selected as a finalist in the (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Medical Information Records, LLC is Selected as a Finalist for Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences and Dell Center for Entrepreneurs Healthcare Pitch Days Competition
Today, Medical Information Records, LLC (MIR) , creator of AnesthesiaOS , a revolutionary Anesthesia Information Management System (AIMS) company that offers a robust, one of a kind AIMS built for simplicity, intuitiveness and speed; announced that it has been selected as a finalist in the (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Progress made in developing nanoscale electronics: New research directs charges through single molecules
Scientists are facing a number of barriers as they try to develop circuits that are microscopic in size, including how to reliably control the current that flows through a circuit that is the width of a single molecule. Chemical engineers have now figured out how to reliably control the current (...)
[Science daily]

Information storage for the next generation of plastic computers: Efficient conversion from magnetic storage to light is key
Inexpensive computers, cell phones and other systems that substitute flexible plastic for silicon chips may be one step closer to reality, thanks to new research. Scientists have made a new proposal for overcoming a major obstacle to the development of such plastic devices -- the large amount (...)
[Science daily]

Quantum computing? Progress in the fight against quantum dissipation
Scientists have confirmed a 50-year-old, previously untested theoretical prediction in physics and improved the energy storage time of a quantum switch by several orders of magnitude. High-quality quantum switches are essential for the development of quantum computers and the quantum internet (...)
[Science daily]

Scientists capture ultrafast snapshots of light-driven superconductivity
A new study pins down a major factor behind the appearance of superconductivity -- the ability to conduct electricity with 100 percent efficiency -- in a promising copper-oxide material. Scientists used carefully timed pairs of laser pulses to trigger superconductivity in the material and (...)
[Science daily]

Earthquake simulation tops one petaflop mark
Computer scientists, mathematicians and geophysicists have optimized the SeisSol earthquake simulation software on the SuperMUC high performance computer to push its performance beyond the 'magical' one petaflops mark -- one quadrillion floating point operations per (...)
[Science daily]

Flaw in 'secure' cloud storage could put privacy at risk
Computer scientists have found a flaw in the way that secure cloud storage companies protect their customers’ data. The scientists say this weakness jeopardizes the privacy protection these digital warehouses claim to offer. Whenever customers share their confidential files with a trusted friend (...)
[Science daily]

Look who's evolving now: Using robots to study evolution
Scientists have demonstrated the usefulness of robots in studying evolution.  They successfully used a colony of rodent-like robots to watch different mating strategies evolve.  The work not only generated interesting and unexpected results, but it has also helped validate the use of robots in (...)
[Science daily]

Nanostructures with applications in infrared and terahertz ranges
Scientists have created a compound semiconductor of nearly perfect quality with embedded nanostructures containing ordered lines of atoms that can manipulate light energy in the mid-infrared range. More efficient solar cells, less risky and higher resolution biological imaging, and the ability (...)
[Science daily]

Google Démocratie
2018. L'Europe, pénalisée par ses lois bioéthiques, est ruinée par une crise économique sans précédent. L'Etat providence est en faillite. Aux Etats-Unis et en Chine, la croissance est boostée par la science, qui enfonce toutes les barrières morales. Les femmes programment l'ADN de leurs futurs bébés, (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Researchers bolster development of programmable quantum computers
Scientists have performed a proof-of-concept experiment that will aid the future development of programmable quantum computers. In a new study, the researchers describe an experiment that was performed on a crystal containing trillions, rather than hundreds, of quantum mechanical spins, which (...)
[Science daily]

Dangerous ways computer worms are spreading among smartphones
Scientists have recently discovered that some of the most common activities among smartphone users -- scanning 2-D barcodes, finding free Wi-Fi access points, sending SMS messages, listening to MP3 music and watching MP4 videos -- can leave devices vulnerable to harmful 'computer (...)
[Science daily]

New 'switch' could power quantum computing: Light lattice traps atoms, builds networks of quantum information transmitters
Using a laser to place individual rubidium atoms near the surface of a lattice of light, scientists have developed a new method for connecting particles -- one that could help in the development of powerful quantum computing systems. The new technique allows researchers to couple a lone atom of (...)
[Science daily]

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