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UK Researchers Develop New Cutting Edge 3-D Microchip for Faster, Future Computing

A new technique has been used to produce a 3-D chip that could revolutionise the next generation of computers by researchers from the University of Exeter in the UK and it would be cheapter than the existing techniques. The devices called optoelectronic materials that produce, detect and control light for the next generation computers has several security features in compliance ...

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Humans in Slow Motion World as Samll Birds See Moving Things at Lightining Speed

Small birds, which measure just one percent of Humans in mass, have vision that is incredibly twice the speed of human vision, found a team of Swedish scientists. It is known that perching birds (small passerines) do not only have good visual eyesight but they also see things at lightning speed. Compared to them, humans are still in slow-motion world, ...

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Type 1 Diabetes Ages Brain Faster, Slows Down Cognitive Functions: Study

Type 1 diabetes effect on brain results in aging faster than normal slowing down memory retention, recollection and and processing, said a study. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh who studied the impact of type 1 diabetes on patients now suggest that doctors should go for frequent screening of the brain to test for cognitive functions, especially in the middle-aged ...

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Antarctic ice sheet melting faster than ever, alarming: New study

Using GRACE or gravitational satellite data, researchers have found that the ice sheet covering Antarctica is melting faster than ever, especially in the past one decade. Antarctica’s massive ice sheet lost twice its mass in its western portion compared to what it accumulated in the east and the┬ásouthern continent’s ice cap is melting ever faster, said researchers. The researchers were ...

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Maple Leaves Syrup May Answer Drug-Resistant Bacteria: Canada Researchers

Canada’s masthead maple tree leave has something more to offer to fight infections acting as an accelerator to antibiotics, especially in dealing with drug-resistant variety, said a new Canadian study. A concentrated extract of maple syrup combined with common antibiotics can increase the microbes’ suscpetibility and help answer the growing concern about the overuse of antibiotics across the world, say ...

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Logic, memory combined to build ‘high-rise’ chip, on anvil at stanford

For decades, the mantra of electronics has been smaller, faster, cheaper. Stanford University engineers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have added a fourth word – taller. A team from the US-based university is set to reveal how to build “high-rise” chips that could increase manifold the performance of the single-storey logic and memory chips. Subhasish Mitra, professor of electrical engineering ...

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Google vs Shark: Search Giant Fights Undersea Enemy to Protect its Huge Optic Fibres

Search giant Google is fighting an unusual enemy undersea to protect its huge trans-Pacific cables, which were attacked and bitten by sharks hoping to find food. It has posed a sever challenge for the global search giant that depends on its thousands of miles of pipes connecting with the countries such as Japan and South Korea across the Pacific. Recently, ...

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Google Joins Japan’s FASTER Five Internet Cable Giants; Eyes 2017 Internet Challenge

Move over Google! From the status of an online search engine status to free Android OS provider to building trans-Pacific cable system to Japan is what Google aims at now and has announced that it has joined FASTER, the cable system, worth $300 million. The five other companies, which have joined together to build a mammoth trans-Pacific cable system connecting ...

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