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Skepticism surrounds renowned mathematician’s attempted proof of 160-year-old hypothesis
Science Magazine The Riemann hypothesis, a formula related to the distribution of prime numbers, has remained unsolved for more than a century 4 hours
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Chip ramps up artificial intelligence systems' performance
PHYS.ORG Princeton researchers, in collaboration with Analog Devices Inc., have fabricated a chip that markedly boosts the performance and efficiency of neural networks—computer algorithms modeled on the workings of the human brain. 11 hours
Researchers control the drying patterns formed during salt recrystallization
PHYS.ORG Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered a new way of controlling the drying patterns formed by re-crystallizing salt. They found that the coffee ring effect can be used to... 13 hours
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NEWS MEDICAL Cytox, a precision medicine company which today is commercializing polygenic risk scoring approaches for assessing genetic risk for developing Alzheimer's disease and other neurological diseases, has... 18 hours
'Pinning down' how salty droplets dry
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered a new way of controlling the drying patterns formed by re-crystallizing salt. They found that the coffee ring effect can be used to pin the edge of drying droplets,... 22 hours
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Self-assembly of lattices with high structural complexity from a geometrically simple molecule
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PHYS.ORG Most literacy and math educational apps for preschoolers are not designed to help youngsters actually learn, according to a new study from... 4 days
Creating 3-D-printed 'motion sculptures' from 2-D videos
SCIENCE DAILY A new system uses an algorithm that can take 2-D videos and turn them into 3-D printed 'motion sculptures' that show how a human body moves through space. 4 days
Scientists ID three causes of Earth's spin axis drift
PHYS.ORG A typical desk globe is designed to be a geometric sphere and to rotate smoothly when you spin it. Our actual planet is far less perfect—in both shape and in... 5 days
Creating 3D printed 'motion sculptures' from 2D videos
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Physicists develop a more accurate solution for the quantum three-body problem
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the RUDN University have developed a mathematical method to solve the quantum Coulomb three-body problem for bound states with high accuracy. They also showed... 6 days
New system uses algorithm to convert 2D videos into 3D printed ‘motion sculptures’
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Twitter to offer users option to go back to 'chronological' feed
PHYS.ORG Twitter is preparing an option for users to go back to its original chronological news feed, responding to complaints about its algorithmic system implemented two years... 6 days
Low cost navigation system for unmanned aerial systems
PHYS.ORG An EU-funded initiative has developed a low-cost positioning and navigation system for unmanned aerial systems (UASs). Utilising multiple-antenna, the device is based on off-the-shelf components and advanced data fusion algorithms. 6 days
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Changing the Launch Equation: Q&A with Rocket Lab CEO Peter Beck
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A new type of symmetry: How a tetrahedral substance can be more symmetrical than a spherical atom
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Disordered skyrmion phase stabilized by magnetic frustration in a chiral magnet
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Mathematicians propose first continuous self-organised criticality model
PHYS.ORG An international group of researchers (the first author is Nikita Kalinin, Higher School of Economics—Saint-Petersburg, the last author is Ernesto Lupercio, CINVESTAV, Mexico) has presented the first continuous model describing self-organised criticality. The proposed... 2 weeks
Russian and German physicists developed a mathematical model of trapped atoms and ions
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Researchers develop new approach to conserving tree species
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Linear equations system will restore impaired hand motion
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Spray-coated tactile sensor on a 3-D surface for robotic skin
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BetterYou receives double accolade at Janey Loves Platinum Awards 2018
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New robot picks a peck of peppers and more
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Remembrance For Walter Mischel, Psychologist Who Devised The Marshmallow Test
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NASA created rainfall analysis for super Typhoon Mangkhut
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First detection of matter falling into a black hole at 30 percent of the speed of light
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Unprecedented ice loss in Russian ice cap
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Engineers develop first method for controlling nanomotors
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