Artificial Intelligence Computing Using Networks of Tiny Nanomagnets

[ad_1] Researchers have demonstrated that artificial intelligence may be performed using small nanomagnets that interact like neurons in the brain. Researchers have shown it is possible to perform artificial intelligence using tiny nanomagnets that interact like neurons in the brain. The new technology, developed by a team led by Imperial College London researchers, could significantly […]

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Electron Motion Tracked in a Quantum State of Matter Using X-Ray Pulses Less Than a Millionth of a Billionth of a Second Long

[ad_1] A SLAC-led team has invented a method, called XLEAP, that generates powerful low-energy X-ray laser pulses that are only 280 attoseconds, or billionths of a billionth of a second, long and that can reveal for the first time the fastest motions of electrons that drive chemistry. This illustration shows how the scientists use a […]

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Cheaper Hydrogen Fuel Cell Invented – Enabling Better Green Energy Options

[ad_1] The new fuel cell being tested in the lab. Credit: Imperial College London Imperial researchers have developed a new hydrogen fuel cell that uses iron instead of rare and costly platinum, enabling greater use of the technology. Hydrogen fuel cells convert hydrogen to electricity with just water vapor as a byproduct, making them an […]

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New Materials Enable Cheaper Solar Cells That Are Easier To Make

[ad_1] The solar cell with the ferrocene layer highlighted. Credit: Li et al. 2022 New solar cell devices that are cheaper and easier to make could soon make their way to market thanks to materials made at Imperial College London. Traditional solar cells are made of silicon, which has high efficiency and stability but is […]

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Psychedelic Magic Mushroom Compound Psilocybin Rewires the Brain for People With Depression

[ad_1] Psilocybin, the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms, helps to “open up” depressed people’s brains, even after use, enabling brain regions to talk more freely to one another. These are the findings of a new analysis of brain scans from close to 60 people receiving treatment for depression, led by Imperial College London’s Centre […]

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