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Covid: UK government 'abandoned science', says Mark Drakeford
Mark Drakeford says UK government cares more about distracting people from its issues than Covid.
[BBC News UK]

Quantum dots boost perovskite solar cell efficiency and scalability
Scientists have boosted the efficiency and scalability of perovskite solar cells by replacing their electron-transport layers with a thin layer of quantum dots.
[Science daily]

Advancing materials science with the help of biology and a dash of dish soap
Scientists have finally found a way to probe delicate microcrystals with powerful X-ray laser beams. They say their method could help advance semiconductor and solar cell development.
[Science daily]

Researchers simulate behavior of living 'minimal cell' in three dimensions
Scientists report that they have built a living 'minimal cell' with a genome stripped down to its barest essentials -- and a computer model of the cell that mirrors its behavior. By refining and testing their model, the scientists say they are developing a system for predicting how (...)
[Science daily]

A new approach to a $1 million mathematical enigma
Numbers like pi, e and phi often turn up in unexpected places in science and mathematics. Pascal's triangle and the Fibonacci sequence also seem inexplicably widespread in nature. Then there's the Riemann zeta function, a deceptively straightforward function that has perplexed (...)
[Science daily]

Scientists achieve key elements for fault-tolerant quantum computation in silicon spin qubits
Researchers have achieved a key milestone toward the development of a fault-tolerant quantum computer. They were able to demonstrate a two-qubit gate fidelity of 99.5 percent -- higher than the 99 percent considered to be the threshold for building fault-tolerant computers -- using electron (...)
[Science daily]

Solving a crystal's structure when you've only got powder
Crystals reveal the hidden geometry of molecules to the naked eye. Scientists use crystals to figure out the atomic structure of new materials, but many materials can't be grown large enough. Now, a team of researchers report a new technique that can lead to the discovery of the crystalline (...)
[Science daily]

Should bad science be censored on social media?
A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific misinformation online.
[BBC]

Should bad science be censored on social media?
A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific misinformation online.
[BBC News]

Improving reading skills through action video games
What if video games, instead of being an obstacle to literacy, could actually help children improve their reading abilities? Scientists have tested an action video game for children, aimed to enhance reading skills. The results demonstrate improved reading abilities after just twelve hours of (...)
[Science daily]

Creating a reference map to explore the electronic device mimicking brain activity
Just like explorers need maps, scientists require guides to better understand and advance new technology. A neuromorphic device, which can mimic the neural cells in our brain, has lacked such a guideline and created headaches for scientists trying to understand their operational mechanisms. (...)
[Science daily]

Leaders across healthcare, academia and technology form new coalition to transform healthcare journey through responsible AI adoption
Leading public, private, educational and research organizations across the U.S. healthcare and life sciences industries announced the formation of the Artificial Intelligence Industry Innovation Coalition (AI3C). The coalition brings together the Brookings Institution, Cleveland Clinic, Duke (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

New cloud-based platform opens genomics data to all
Harnessing the power of genomics to find risk factors for major diseases or search for relatives relies on the costly and time-consuming ability to analyze huge numbers of genomes. Computer scientists have now leveled the playing field by creating a cloud-based platform that grants genomics (...)
[Science daily]

Automated Chaos Testing on the Front-end
As front-end developers, we don't often hear about Chaos testing. A project related to Twitch front-end availability led us to research the exciting field of Chaos engineering, pioneered by Netflix. Chaos engineering is the science of optimizing the resiliency of a software system by (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Automated Chaos Testing on the Front-end
As front-end developers, we don't often hear about Chaos testing. A project related to Twitch front-end availability led us to research the exciting field of Chaos engineering, pioneered by Netflix. Chaos engineering is the science of optimizing the resiliency of a software system by (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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