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Monthly Archives: June 2021

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Handheld Device Fights Fatigue by Stimulating Vagus Nerve

Putting an electrical stimulator on the neck can help combat sleep deprivation

This Quantum Computer is Sized For Server Rooms

A new 24-qubit trapped-ion option can fit in two server racks

How and When the Chip Shortage Will End, in 4 Charts

Fabs using older process nodes are the key

Tracking Plastics in the Ocean By Satellite

Turns out microplastic concentrations fluctuate with the seasons

Study: 6G’s Haptic, Holographic Future?

Possibilities and challenges for future 6G communications networks

China Tries To Solve Its Rocket Debris Problem

Warnings aren’t enough, but reusable rockets might be

Cell Phone Radios Could Take Another Giant Leap Towards Miniaturization

New acoustic devices may point to ways to make wireless technology even more compact

Fiber Optic Cables Could Shake Up Our Understanding of Deep-Sea Quakes

Tiny perturbations in signal polarizations can hint at underwater seismic events

Two Natural-Language AI Algorithms Walk Into A Bar…

…And reveal some persistently bigoted tendencies of GPT-3

Backscatter Radio at Gigabit Speeds

RFID’s faster cousin could lead to high-speed, low-power data transfer

Rocket Mining System Could Blast Ice from Lunar Craters

A concept competing for a NASA award would use an enclosed rocket engine and vacuum system to harvest water ice from the lunar surface

Pride in Tech: How Lotus Championed Gay Rights During the AIDS Crisis

The leader in personal-computer software also aimed to be the most progressive company in the world

New AI Proves to Be a Trash Sorter Extraordinaire

GarbageNet has the potential to divert compost and recyclables from the landfill

Harnessing the Wild Power of AI Image Generation

A layout- and style-based architecture shows how to control AI capabilities to generate complex images

Electric Flying Cars May Be Possible With New Batteries

Lithium-ion cells with nickel foil can handle fast charging and could sustain 80-kilometer flights

These Technologists Are Trying to Make COVID-19 Risk Assessment More of a Science

The microCOVID Project crunches your location and desired activity into a real-world risk estimate

Terran R Rocket from Relativity Space Will Be Completely 3D Printed, Completely Reusable

The first stage, second stage, and payload fairing of the Terran R will all be recovered and flown again

Mars-bound Astronauts Might Raid This Zero-G Fridge

Engineers at Purdue University have built a prototype of a refrigerator that works in zero gravity

DNA-based Circuits May Be the Future of Medicine, and This Software Program Will Get Us There Faster

The program allows anyone without knowledge in chemistry to easily design DNA-based circuits.

Subcarrier Signals: The Unsung Heroes of the FM Dial

How subcarrier radio signals made room for hidden FM stations—and helped ensure that everyone has access to the news

Here’s What 6G Will Be, According to the Creator of Massive MIMO

Tom Marzetta, the director of NYU Wireless, explains how it will be the next level of human-to-human communication

Smart Bike Predicts Cars’ Trajectories, Honks To Warn of Impending Crash

Onboard sensors and sophisticated algorithms could alert drivers, but what about cost?

As Cars Become Mobility Services, Fujitsu and AWS Develop Automotive Cloud Computing Tools

Amazon and Japan’s biggest computer company collaborate to move automakers along the transition to transportation-as-a-service providers

The Endless Frontier Act Could Drastically Change NSF

A change in how the United States’ National Science Foundation allocates funding might be on the way

Taking Underwater Communications And Power to New Depths With Light

A new algorithm optimizes the simultaneous transfer of data and power underwater