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Researchers to Develop Novel Real-time Undersea Wireless Communications and Surveillance Technology

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Researchers will design, deploy and evaluate a first-of-its-kind software-defined testbed for real-time undersea wireless communications (data, voice, and video streaming) and surveillance.

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Extremely Bright and Fast Light Emission

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A type of quantum dot that has been intensively studied in recent years can reproduce light in every colour and is very bright. An international research team including scientists from Empa has now discovered why this is the case. The quantum dots could someday be used in LEDs.

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Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, digital currency, Money, Investing, Investments, Security, Privacy, wallet, Currency, Markets, Internet, Dutch tulip mania, Dutch Golden Age , tulip bulbs, tulips , Credit Cards, FDIC, Insurance, Hacking, Rutgers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Rutgers, New Jersey, NJ

Bitcoin Risks: What You Should Know About the Volatile Digital Currency

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If you own Bitcoin or want to invest in the mercurial digital currency, which soared to more than $19,000 before plunging in value, watch out, a Rutgers University–New Brunswick professor says. Security and privacy issues, not to mention the possibility of a Bitcoin market crash, should give you pause for concern, according to Janne Lindqvist, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Engineering.

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ORNL Researchers Use Titan to Accelerate Design, Training of Deep Learning Networks

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For deep learning to be effective, existing neural networks to be modified, or novel networks designed and then "trained" so that they know precisely what to look for and can produce valid results. This is a time-consuming and difficult task, but one that a team of ORNL researchers recently demonstrated can be dramatically expedited with a capable computing system.

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Researchers Partner with Start-Up on Natural Gas to Hydrogen and Carbon Fiber Technology

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Researchers from West Virginia University will partner with colleagues from Southern California Gas Company and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory on technology that converts natural gas to hydrogen and value-added forms of carbon.

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Smartphone Addiction vs. The Benefits of New Media

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Rewritable Wires Could Mean No More Obsolete Circuitry

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An electric field switches the conductivity on and off in atomic-scale channels, which could allow for upgrades at will.

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Filtering Water Better than Nature

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Water passes through human-made straws faster than the “gold standard” protein, allowing us to filter seawater.

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Excessive Use of Digital Technology Impacts the Health and Well-Being of Children, Says Virginia Tech Expert

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New Oxide and Semiconductor Combination Builds New Device Potential

Researchers at Yale University have now grown a 2DEG system on gallium arsenide, a semiconductor that's efficient in absorbing and emitting light. This development is promising for new electronic devices that interact with light, such as new kinds of transistors, superconducting switches and gas sensors.







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