DARPA Selects BAE Systems to Develop Machine Learning Capabilities for Space Situational Awareness

BAE Systems has actually been granted a Stage 2 agreement to develop artificial intelligence capabilities intended to assist the military gain much better awareness of space situations for the... Read more »

Computer Scientists Develop Novel Software to Smartly Balance Data Processing Load in Supercomputers – Science and Technology Research News

From left to right: Arnab K. Paul, 2nd author and Ph.D. prospect in the Department of Computer Science; Ali Butt, teacher of computer science; and very first author Bharti... Read more »

IBM to Develop an AI-Powered IoT Solution to Help Clients Manage and Monitor Aging Bridges, Tunnels, Highways and Railways

Utilizing drones for assessment. Credit: Sund & Bælt At IBM’s IoT Exchange, IBM today revealed a cooperation with Sund & Bælt — which owns and runs a few of the... Read more »

Scientists Develop a Tunable Bio-Imaging Device Using Terahertz Plasmonics

Figure 1. Pictures of the spiral plasmonic structure (a) A photo of the spiral bull’s eye (SBE) structure, (b) a microscopic lense picture of the double-corrugated gadgets, and (c)... Read more »

Organic Electronics: Scientists Develop a High-Performance Unipolar N-Type Thin-Film Transistor

Scientist making thin-film transistors Left: Tsuyoshi Michinobu, right: Yang Wang. Scientists at Tokyo Tech report a unipolar n-type transistor with a world-leading electron movement efficiency of as much as... Read more »

Oxford PV and Oxford University Partnership to Develop an All-Perovskite Solar Cell

OxfordPV’s perovskite solar cell research study and advancement center in Oxford, UK. Oxford PVTM — The Perovskite Co mpanyTM, the leader in the field of perovskite solar batteries, today... Read more »

UCLA Engineers Develop Artificial Intelligence Device That Identifies Objects at the Speed of Light

The network, made up of a series of polymer layers, works utilizing light that takes a trip through it. Each layer is 8 centimeters square. OzcanResearch Group/UCLA A group... Read more »

NUS Scientists Develop Novel Chip for Fast and Accurate Disease Detection at Low Cost

NUS Engineering scientists have actually established an affordable microfluidic chip that can rapidly and properly discover and measure nano-bioparticles utilizing just a basic lab microscopic lense with no fluorescent... Read more »