SUTD researchers are developing a new reconfiguration

image: Schematic representation of data loading and retrieval from the device occurring in serial model and parallel mode, respectively (left panel) and table showing changes of states in the three bits during operations (right panel). Opinion more Credit: SUTD The development of high-performance, energy-efficient computing devices, that is, devices that not only consume little power … Read more

Researchers say that artificial intelligence will generate $246 billion in revenue in the countries of the Mediterranean region by 2030.

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Artificial intelligence will generate $246 billion in revenue in the countries of the Mediterranean arc by 2030. This is one of the main conclusions of the study “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence in the Countries of the Mediterranean Arc”, commissioned by the Geopolitics and Public Policies of the Mediterranean Region (Geomett) … Read more

Researchers have discovered a new quantum state

Cryostat is used to achieve temperatures up to 20 mK. Credit: HZDR/Jürgen Jeibmann Research team includes[{” attribute=””>Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) has discovered a quantum state where water remains liquid even at extremely low temperatures. The team, consisting of experts from the Institute of Solid State Physics at the University of Tokyo in Japan, Johns Hopkins University … Read more

Researchers develop a new smartphone-based tool for detecting visual impairment in young children

In a recent study published in Nature medicineResearchers conducted a prospective, multicenter study between January 14, 2020, and January 30, 2022 in China. Study: Early detection of visual impairment in young children using a smartphone-based deep learning system. Image credit: New Africa/Shutterstock They retrospectively recorded videos of 3,652 Chinese infants aged 48 months and younger … Read more

University College London researchers have found that hostile environmental policies disrupt the delivery of maternity care to refugees, asylum-seekers and irregular migrants.

University College London researchers have found that hostile environmental policies disrupt the delivery of maternity care to refugees, asylum-seekers and irregular migrants. January 30, 2023Eye An academic report released last October looks at the experiences of pregnant refugee women, asylum seekers and irregular migrants in the London borough of Camden, accessing maternal health care in … Read more

UMass Chan researchers have achieved a gene therapy milestone for a potential treatment of Cockayne syndrome

Researchers working with the UMass Chan School of Medicine’s Translational Institute for Molecular Therapy report progress in developing a vector to deliver gene replacement therapy in mouse models of Cockayne syndrome, a rare and fatal neurodegenerative disease that largely affects children and young adults. This proof-of-concept milestone for an adenovirus (AAV) vector gives hope to … Read more

Researchers find ways to improve the storage time of quantum information in a spin-rich material

Artist’s impression of the spin of an electron in a quantum dot, interspersed with light and the highly coupled nuclear spin (seen through a lens). Credit: Leon Zaborski – University of Cambridge An international team of scientists has demonstrated a leap in preserving quantum coherence for quantum dot qubits as part of a global push … Read more

Baltimore researchers say AI can help reduce disparities and improve access to healthcare – The Baltimore Sun

Cervical cancer, like many diseases, can be cured if caught early, but every year millions of women miss routine Pap smears for the disease, which kills a disproportionate number of black women. During the pandemic, cervical cancer screening rates have gotten worse, especially for low-income women and women from racial and ethnic minority groups. A … Read more

Researchers have found air-breathing invasive fish that hunt frogs along Florida’s Gulf Coast

A pond in Manatee County was recently home to nearly 400 invasive fish known for their large size, ability to survive in harsh environments, and “extremely aggressive natures.” Oh, and they can also hunt on land. This is the first time researchers have documented a population of invasive golden-striped snakeheads on Florida’s Gulf Coast, according … Read more

Columbia researchers uncover a dangerous link between serotonin and heart valve disease

This image shows the mitral valve of a mouse heart that lacks the serotonin transporter (SERT) gene. The valve was stained with prico-sirius red to show collagen. The SERT knockout mice had a thickened mitral valve compared to normal mice. Credit: Columbia University Irving Medical Center A new study led by researchers at[{” attribute=””>Columbia University’s … Read more