Researchers have shown through the use of optical traps that they can throw and catch individual atoms using light on the smallest field imaginable.
Category: Futuristic Technology
Researchers have achieved a breakthrough to enable ‘perfectly secure’ hidden communications for the first time.
A group of researchers has made a breakthrough in secure communications by developing an algorithm that conceals sensitive information so effectively that it is impossible to detect that anything has been hidden.
What’s even better than quantum computing? How about computers that use biological hardware made with cultures of brain cells!
Despite AI’s impressive track record, its computational power pales in comparison with a human brain. Now, scientists unveil a revolutionary path to drive computing forward: organoid intelligence, where lab-grown brain organoids act as biological hardware.
Comcast’s head-spinning 10G prototype aims to deliver home internet speeds that are 10 times faster than today’s fastest fiber networks.
Comcast has announced that its partner CommScope has delivered the first prototype Full Duplex DOCSIS (FDX) amplifiers to its advanced technology labs for system testing. The FDX amplifiers aim to provide symmetrical speeds across a complete network-to-home 10G loop, which is part of Comcast’s network architecture.
Researchers develop a bacteria-loaded 3D printable ink (BactoInk) that mineralizes over time into a bone-like composite.
Scientists from the Soft Materials Laboratory in the School of Engineering have developed a 3D printable ink that contains Sporosarcina pasteurii, a bacterium that triggers a mineralization process that produces calcium carbonate (CaCO3) when exposed to a urea-containing solution.
New wireless “E-Skin” enables remote touch and feel for our new virtual worlds.
The possibility of sensing a hug from a loved one over the internet may soon become a reality, thanks to a new invention by a research team led by the City University of Hong Kong.
They did it! Canada’s first zero-carbon, net-positive zero-energy building produces 5% more clean energy than it consumes.
The building now produces five percent more clean energy than its consumption and adds it to the Ontario grid.
Smart contact lens with augmented reality navigation function, made with 3D printer!
Scientists have made a new kind of smart contact lens with AR-based navigation using 3D printing! These lenses sit on your eye just like regular lenses and provide you with various information.
Breakthrough! Scientists demonstrate that quantum bits can directly transfer between quantum computer microchips allowing chips to slot together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Researchers have demonstrated for the first time that quantum bits (qubits) can directly transfer between quantum computer microchips and demonstrated this with record-breaking speed and accuracy.
How do we integrate renewables into our existing electric grid? New sodium, aluminum batteries may be the answer.
A new battery design could help ease integration of renewable energy into the nation’s electrical grid at lower cost, using Earth-abundant metals.