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NASA researchers catalogue all microbes and fungi on the International Space Station

2019-04-09T10:54:57+00:009 April 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

A comprehensive catalogue of the bacteria and fungi found on surfaces inside the International Space Station (ISS) is being presented in a study published in the open access journal Microbiome. Knowledge of the composition of [...]

New approach could boost energy capacity of lithium batteries

2019-03-28T19:23:24+00:0028 März 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

Researchers around the globe have been on a quest for batteries that pack a punch but are smaller and lighter than today's versions, potentially enabling electric cars to travel further or portable electronics to run [...]

Superbugs have colonized the International Space Station

2019-03-19T10:21:54+00:0019 März 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

Astronauts leave behind many things when they boldly go. Bacteria, however, stay with them. Extreme spaceflight conditions can force these bacteria to toughen up, while simultaneously lowering the immune defenses of the stressed, isolated crew. [...]

Researchers at Stanford create hydrogen fuel from seawater: Surprisingly simple

2019-03-19T10:11:44+00:0019 März 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

Hydrogen is an appealing option for fuel because it doesn't emit carbon dioxide, Dai said. Burning hydrogen produces only water and should ease worsening climate change problems. Stanford researchers have devised a way to generate [...]

New Realm of Physics: Semiconductors stick together, materials go quantum. Cheap and powerful

2019-03-10T12:42:26+00:0010 März 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

A team of researchers led by the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has developed a simple method that could turn ordinary semiconducting materials into quantum machines - superthin devices marked by [...]

Quantum Gas gives Control over Molecule: A step forward to Quantum Computer

2019-02-25T08:46:51+00:0025 Februar 2019|Allgemein, Silicon Valley|

JILA researchers have made a long-lived, record-cold gas of molecules that follow the wave patterns of quantum mechanics instead of the strictly particle nature of ordinary classical physics. The creation of this gas boosts the [...]

 
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