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Using just a small applied voltage, MIT scientists and elsewhere have developed a method to switch the orientation of magnets. They created a way to switch the magnetic polarity of a ferrimagnet 180 degrees. The discovery could usher in a new era of ferrimagnetic logic and data storage devices. Scientists developed this new system using…
The addition of nickel and cobalt to cheaper, previously ineffective catalysts could enhance their performance, suggests a new study. The new, cheaper, and more efficient electrocatalyst lowers the energy required to split the water and increases hydrogen yield. This electrocatalyst makes green hydrogen from water that could one day open new avenues for large-scale clean…
According to new research by the University of Kent and the University of Reading- fruit and vegetable consumption and exercise can increase happiness levels. This is the first kind of study that highlights the link between happiness, fruit, and vegetables and exercising. Using an instrumental variable approach, scientists filter out any effect from happiness to…
The Chinese supernova, also known as the ‘Chinese Guest Star’ of 1181 AD, was originally observed by Chinese and Japanese astronomers in the 12th century. At that time, the supernova remained visible for six months. The astronomers also recorded an approximate location in the sky of the sighting, but modern astronomers have even identified no…
Scientists from the Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Health and its Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center have trained a computer program for better breast cancer diagnosis. Their new AI has been trained among thousands of breast ultrasound images. When tested on 44,755 already completed ultrasound exams, the AI effectively improved radiologists’ ability to…
One of the significant problems in understanding the formation of galaxies is that around 80% of the baryons that make up the ordinary matter of universes are absent. Many models have suggested that these baryons were expelled from galaxies into intergalactic space by the galactic winds created by stellar explosions. Using the MUSE instrument from…
Recently Hubble took a closer look at its 31st-anniversary image, showing the dual nature of the star AG Carinae. This comparison of two images shows puffing dust bubbles and an erupting gas shell – the final acts of a monster star’s life. There is also a nebula surrounding the star AG Carinae by using the…
Many previous studies have highlighted the role of gut microbiota in the development of mental illness. A new study suggests that people with mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and psychosis tend to have lower faecalibacterium and coprococcus. The faecalibacterium and coprococcus are two types of bacteria that have an anti-inflammatory effect within the…
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is eczema that affects 13% of children and 10% of adults. Such patients have super sensitive skin and a decreased threshold for irritation. There is currently no Dermatitis Treatment. An old study published in the journal Trials suggests that ‘The foundation of all treatment is the regular use of leave-on emollients to…
Scientists at the Ohio State University have discovered the next generation of reservoir computing that can solve the hardest hard computer problems. This new computing makes reservoir computing 33 and a million times faster. Scientists solved a complex computing problem in less than a second on a desktop computer with such speed. Plus, it requires…