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Month: November 2019

Ceramic Nanotubes Engineered As Thermal Antennas With Heat Radiation Control

Ceramic Nanotubes Engineered As Thermal Antennas With Heat Radiation Control — Read on scitechdaily.com/ceramic-nanotubes-engineered-as-thermal-antennas-with-heat-radiation-control/

Physicists Claim They’ve Found Even More Evidence of a New Force of Nature

Everything in our Universe is held together or pushed apart by four fundamental forces: gravity, electromagnetism, and two nuclear interactions. Physicists now think they’ve spotted the actions of a fifth physical force emerging from a helium atom. — Read on www.sciencealert.com/physicists-claim-a-they-ve-found-even-more-evidence-of-a-new-force-of-nature

Remarkable New Material Turns Heat Into Electricity at World Record Rate

Remarkable New Material Turns Heat Into Electricity at World Record Rate — Read on scitechdaily.com/remarkable-new-material-turns-heat-into-electricity-at-world-record-rate/

Scientists develop superfast-charging, high-capacity potassium batteries

Scientists develop superfast-charging, high-capacity potassium batteries — Read on m.phys.org/news/2019-11-scientists-superfast-charging-high-capacity-potassium-batteries.html

New material points toward highly efficient solar cells

New material points toward highly efficient solar cells — Read on m.techxplore.com/news/2019-11-material-highly-efficient-solar-cells.html

DNA Test Startup Claims It Can Spot Embryos With Low Intelligence

A company called Genomic Prediction offers report cards based on the DNA test of frozen embryos. Experts say it’s reminiscent of eugenics. — Read on futurism.com/neoscope/dna-test-embryos-intelligence

Sorry—organic farming is actually worse for climate change – MIT Technology Review

The practice cuts greenhouse-gas emissions only if you ignore the inconvenient fact that it requires a lot more land. — Read on www.technologyreview.com/s/614605/sorryorganic-farming-is-actually-worse-for-climate-change/

Genetically engineering humans with TARDIGRADE DNA could help humans survive space travel | Daily Mail Online

Tardigrades may be the missing link to long-distance space travel and a scientists believes genetically modifying human cells with its DNA could make long distance space travel possible. — Read on www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7662075/Genetically-engineering-humans-TARDIGRADE-DNA-help-humans-survive-space-travel.html

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 adds live Linux kernel patching | ZDNet

The first minor update of RHEL 8.1 adds some major new features. — Read on www.zdnet.com/article/red-hat-enterprise-linux-8-1-adds-live-linux-kernel-patching/

This artificial leaf turns CO2 into a low-cost fuel

An artificial leaf would combine CO2, water, and sunlight to create energy. Scientists just got closer to making it work at scale. — Read on www.fastcompany.com/90425656/this-artificial-leaf-turns-co2-into-a-low-cost-fuel