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  • Next-Gen Brain Implant Uses a Graphene Chip July 20, 2024
    A Barcelona-based startup called Inbrain Neuroelectronics has produced a novel brain implant made of graphene, and is gearing up for its first-in-human test this summer. The technology is a type of brain-computer interface (BCI), which have garnered interest because they record signals from the brain and transmit them to a computer for analysis; BCIs have […]
    Dexter Johnson
  • Video Friday: Robot Crash-Perches, Hugs Tree July 19, 2024
    Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months. Please send us your events for inclusion.ICRA@40: 23–26 September 2024, ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDSIROS 2024: 14–18 October 2024, ABU DHABI, UAEICSR 2024: 23–26 October […]
    Evan Ackerman
  • IEEE Learning Network Celebrates Five Years July 18, 2024
    Since its launch in 2019, the IEEE Learning Network (ILN) has been instrumental in advancing professional development through its diverse array of courses and programs. From specialized technical training to broader skill development, ILN online courses cater to professionals at every stage of their career and equip them with tools they need to succeed in […]
    Angelique Parashis
  • Robot Dog Cleans Up Beaches With Foot-Mounted Vacuums July 18, 2024
    Cigarette butts are the second most common undisposed-of litter on Earth—of the six trillion-ish cigarettes inhaled every year, it’s estimated that over 4 trillion of the butts are just tossed onto the ground, each one leeching over 700 different toxic chemicals into the environment. Let’s not focus on the fact that all those toxic chemicals […]
    Evan Ackerman
  • A New Specialized Train Is Ready to Haul Nuclear Waste July 17, 2024
    Nuclear power plants are on track to generate more than 140,000 tonnes of spent nuclear fuel (SNF) before 2060. Every year, 2,000 tonnes of radioactive heavy metal join the growing inventory of fuel removed from nuclear power reactors—both operating and decommissioned. In the coming decades, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will need to transport […]
    Shannon Cuthrell
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  • Red meat allergy on the rise, thanks to tick bites July 19, 2024
    An allergy to red meat known as alpha-gal syndrome is brought on by tick bites and is becoming a global issue. The post Red meat allergy on the rise, thanks to tick bites appeared first on Advanced Science News.
    Jenna Flogeras
  • Diamond helps build efficient 3D computer chips July 18, 2024
    Tackling heat transfer, diamond layers help build 3D circuits with lower power consumption, faster signaling, and increased performance. The post Diamond helps build efficient 3D computer chips appeared first on Advanced Science News.
    Andrey Feldman
  • Zwitterions speed up healing in diabetic wounds July 17, 2024
    Zwitterionic hydrogels boost healing in diabetic wounds by balancing the immune response, reducing inflammation, and promoting tissue growth. The post Zwitterions speed up healing in diabetic wounds appeared first on Advanced Science News.
    Kim Woolcock
  • The next big thing in tech could come from these tiny light absorbers July 16, 2024
    When the light absorbers are made very small, almost all the device performance metrics improve—but doing this is easier said than done. The post The next big thing in tech could come from these tiny light absorbers appeared first on Advanced Science News.
    Andrey Feldman
  • Improving satellite tracking will reveal hidden sources of global carbon emissions July 15, 2024
    Greenhouse gas emissions are warming up the planet and scientists are turning their eyes to the sky to better track them down. The post Improving satellite tracking will reveal hidden sources of global carbon emissions appeared first on Advanced Science News.
    Giorgio Graffino

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