Newly drilled sediment cores could reveal how fast the Antarctic ice sheet will melt | Science

Scientist aboard the JOIDES Resolution analyze a newly drilled sediment core that records the history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Vivien Cumming (IODP/ECORD) VIENNA—Braving a raft of icebergs,... Read more »

Do Consumers Need to Jump on 5G? Not so Fast

Arizona State University 5G! 5G! 5G! It’s coming! It’s the future! It’s going to be incredible! Smart whatever! Whoa, there. Simmer down. Let’s have a look at what 5G... Read more »

Researchers Use X-Rays to Understand the Flaws of Battery Fast Charging

As lithium ions take a trip rapidly in between the electrodes of a battery, they can form non-active layers of lithium metal in a procedure called lithium plating. This... Read more »

Fast Track to Cleaner Diesel Exhaust

Numerous nations are attempting to get more electrical and hybrid cars and trucks on the roadways. Nonetheless, combustion engine lorries will still control the traffic for several years to... 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 »

IBM Helps Accelerate AI with Fast New Data Platform, Elite Team

A few of the members of IBM’s brand-new Data Science Elite Group: (L-R) Annamaria Balazs, Umit Cakmak, Seth Dobrin, Susara van den Heever, Wendy Won, and Siva Anne. (Credit:... Read more »