Recently, there have been advances in the area of digital data storage promising outstanding data density and super-long-term data storage. A new data storage technology developed at the University of Southampton can do both. SE
For a two-dimensional material, graphene is certainly punching above its weight in terms of potential applications. lready set to enable faster, stronger and foldable electronic devices, researchers claim that the single layer lattice of carbon atoms can also help keep electronic components up to 25 percent cooler, giving it the potential to significantly extend the working life of computers and other electronic devices. SE
Utilizing X-ray technology, paired with 3D printing and scanning, the Cortex exoskeletal cast provides a fully-ventilated structure to heal broken bones. The system uses the scanning technologies to provide a "trauma zone localized" support structure. This scanning technique, combined with a software system, would create the optimum bespoke structure that allows denser support to be focused around the fracture. SE
U. PITTSBURGH (US) — Cells of the placenta appear to have a unique ability to prevent viruses from crossing from an expectant mother to her growing baby. It may be possible to transfer that trait to other kinds of cells, researchers say. SE
Dr. Doris Taylor, Director of regenerative medicine research at the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, endeavors to harvest new organs in their entirety with the goal of transplants that the recipient’s immune system will not reject. Cells are extracted from the dead organ and the protein scaffold that is left is repopulated with stem cells that match its recipient. Amazingly enough, the donated organ does not have to come from a human! SE
Spider silk is a truly remarkable material: it's tougher than Kevlar, strong as steel, lighter than carbon fiber, and can be stretched 40 percent beyond its original length without breaking. Now, Japanese startup Spiber says it has found a way to produce it synthetically and, over the next two years, will step up mass production to create anything from surgical materials to auto parts and bulletproof vests. SE
A team of physicists working at the University of Michigan just published a paper about their device in Physical Review Letters. But basically, it's small enough to sit on a table and can create positrons—anti-electrons—like its big, big brother, the particle accelerator at CERN. SE
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