Scientists significantly improved lithium metal batteries.  These are the potentially revolutionary ones

Scientists significantly improved lithium metal batteries. These are the potentially revolutionary ones

As the future is directly related to electricity and how we will store it, any information on battery development is important in the long term. Today we have for you the discovery of scientists from Tokyo Metropolitan University in Japan who have significantly improved lithium metal batteries, as evidenced by a publication in the journal…

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Big holograms within reach of holobricks?  Disney scientists are working on this device

Big holograms within reach of holobricks? Disney scientists are working on this device

The joint effort of scientists from Cambridge and Disney Research has resulted in the so-called holobricks that can provide the world with finally the long-awaited large holograms. These are not only to be effective, but can also be viewed from many angles. Developed by scientists, holobricks can finally provide the world with realistic holograms Holobricks,…

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An omnidirectional wireless charger created by scientists solves the biggest problem of traditional models

An omnidirectional wireless charger created by scientists solves the biggest problem of traditional models

The work of Aalto University physicists was published in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics and it is hardly surprising, because their experimental wireless charger solves the biggest problem of the “traditional” models on the market. An omni-directional wireless charger is involved. Scientists have created an omni-directional wireless charger that can charge multiple devices at the…

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A detailed list of genes that increase the risk of heart attacks has been compiled.  The scientists were helped by the Minerva supercomputer

A detailed list of genes that increase the risk of heart attacks has been compiled. The scientists were helped by the Minerva supercomputer

In a new study by scientists from the Institute of Cardiac Research Victor Chang, the Icahn School of Medicine in Mount Sinai, New York, and other centers in Europe and the US, have successfully identified critical genes responsible for the occurrence of coronary diseases and heart attacks. First, we have further defined the more specific…

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