Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes of all time. She's dominated tennis for over 10 years thanks to her iconic serve.
The lead–acid battery was invented in 1859 by French physicist Gaston Planté and is the oldest type of rechargeable battery.Despite having a very low energy-to-weight ratio and a low energy-to-volume ratio, its ability to supply high surge currents means that the cells have a relatively large power-to-weight ratio.These features, along with their low cost, make them attractive for use in motor vehicles to provide the high current required by automobile starter motors.Under COVID-19 outbreak globally, this report provides 360 degrees of analysis from supply chain, import and export control to regional government policy and future influence on the industry.Detailed analysis about market status (2015-2020), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise products, industry development trends (2020-2025), regional industrial layout characteristics and macroeconomic policies, industrial policy has also been included.From raw materials to end users of this industry are analyzed scientifically, the trends of product circulation and sales channel will be presented as well.
(University of Groningen) Physicists in Israel have created a quantum interferometer on an atom chip. This device can be used to explore the fundamentals of quantum theory by studying the interference pattern between two beams of atoms. University of Groningen physicist, Anupam Mazumdar, describes how the device could be adapted to use mesoscopic particles instead of atoms. This modification would allow for expanded applications.
French physicist Gabriel Lippmann created the first color photographs in 1891.
(University of Würzburg) Through a recently developed experimental platform, topological matter can be realized in a fast, cost efficient, and versatile way. A breakthrough has now been achieved by the team led by Würzburg physicist Professor Dr. Ronny Thomale as they have observed topological phenomena in a circuit system with gain and loss. The theoretical foundation for non-Hermitian topology might enable optronic technologies in the long run.
Thermos Manufacturer in India, The thermos is also known as the "vacuum flask", is mainly used to keep the temperature of a liquid, whether low or high.With the help of this device, we can easily enjoy a cup of coffee, tea, or any other hot drink anytime and anywhere.For years, it has been one of the most important appliances in homes around the world.The vacuum flask was invented in 1892 by Scottish chemist Sir James Dewar.Dewar was a chemist and physicist best known for his work on low-temperature phenomena.He studied at the University of Edinburgh and was a professor at both Cambridge and the Royal Institute of Great Britain.
Pick a hero from a selection of medieval classes and lead them into battle, commanding a small battalion of troops into seemingly-insurmountable sieges.An action-rpg in the mould of diablo, path of exile is one of the most polished, well-executed games on this list.It’s not simply a remaster of the original game, but also an effort to redesign half-life’s final, troubled levels featuring jumping puzzles on the alien planet xen.The original half-life tells the story of the mit-educated theoretical physicist gordon freeman and a transdimensional rift that may someday kill us all.You can fight in 26 different battle arenas, talk to other players via the in-game chat, and get achievements for your play.The game is free, but you can also pay real money for things like upgrades or vehicles.Get ready for launch with our guides on how to play legends of runeterra and the legends of runeterra cards.
(City College of New York) The ability to turn on and off a physical process with just one photon is a fundamental building block for quantum photonic technologies. Realizing this in a chip-scale architecture is important for scalability, which amplifies a breakthrough by CCNY researchers led by physicist Vinod Menon. They've demonstrated for the first time the use of "Rydberg states" in solid state materials (previously shown in cold atom gases) to enhance nonlinear optical interactions to unprecedented levels in solid state systems.
(University of Basel) Quantum systems consisting of several particles can be used to measure magnetic or electric fields more precisely. A young physicist at the University of Basel has now proposed a new scheme for such measurements that uses a particular kind of correlation between quantum particles.
(Clemson University) A Clemson University physicist and collaborators from China and Denmark have created a new and potentially paradigm-shifting high-performance thermoelectric compound.
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is set to launch later this year and the scientific community is buzzing with anticipation. Some scientists are excited at the prospect of ‘traveling through time’ to discover the origin story of our universe, while others hope it’ll help us connect the dots between classical and quantum physics. But at least one researcher believes the JWST could be a harbinger of ill tidings. In an interview over the weekend, world-renowned physicist Michio Kaku, one of the scientists responsible for string theory, told the Guardian that he didn’t think humans should contact any aliens we… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: NASA
Four months after raising its seed round from Hoxton Ventures and dRX Capital, a venture arm of Novartis Pharma AG, Peptone, the molecular computational physics company focused on protein drug discovery and engineering tools, has installed an NVIDIA DGX A100 system at Verne Global’s HPC-optimised data center campus in Keflavik, Iceland.The company also announced a collaboration with NVIDIA to scale its AI-driven protein engineering system in order to meet increasing demand from the protein therapeutics market.Peptone’s team of physicists, structural biologists, computer engineers and mathematicians, led by physicist and founder Dr. Kamil Tamiola, have spent the past three years developing the foundations of Protein Engineering Operating System (PeOS).In collaboration with NVIDIA, Peptone developed PeOS to handle massively parallel molecular simulations that are orchestrated and supervised by reinforcement learning algorithms.The core functionality of the platform is an automated search for non-obvious protein variants with desirable therapeutic properties and cost-effective manufacturability.Peptone elected to colocate its new NVIDIA DGX A100 supercomputer at Verne Global’s campus as it is powered by 100 percent renewable energy and, as part of the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Centre Program, is optimised to maintain and support high density and HPC applications running on NVIDIA infrastructures.Dr. Kamil Tamiola, CEO and founder of Peptone, said, “The business of protein therapeutics is a huge industry and as we grow and further develop our supercomputing capacity, we can help make significant progress in bringing sought-after protein-based treatments to market faster.Our collaboration with NVIDIA ensures that we have access to best in-class AI and supercomputing hardware and support.
The global metamaterials market size was estimated at USD 316.0 million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 1.35 billion by 2025, with a CAGR of 17.8%.Due to these factors, metamaterials have a long list of lucrative applications including invisible super lens, cloaking devices, absorbers and flat antennas which are highly impossible with traditional materials that are found in nature.Request a Free Sample Copy of Metamaterial Market Report @ https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/metamaterial-market/request-sampleThe growing demand for graphene based metamaterials in medical field is estimated to drive the market growth over the forecast period.Metamaterials show electromagnetic properties at frequencies which is expected to attract interests form physicist and microwave engineers.These factors are anticipated to drive the market growth and provide a potential base to metamaterials in the next seven years.The global metamaterials market is driven by surge in wireless mobile communication, to improve the efficiency of solar photovoltaic cells and increasing investments by venture capital firms in the market.Technical difficulties coupled with high cost and time taken for development cycle can be attributed as major challenges to the growth of the global market.Based on the metamaterial types, the global market is segmented into terahertz, acoustic, photonic, microwave and radio metamaterials, other types include infrared and ultraviolet metamaterials.They provide efficient performance and size, high tunable directivity, operational efficiency coupled with improved bandwidth and radiation.
(DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory) Lena Funcke, a theoretical physicist who conducts research at the intersection of fundamental particles, the cosmos, and quantum computing, has been named a recipient of the Leona Woods Distinguished Postdoctoral Lectureship Award by the Physics Department at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory.
(Universität Leipzig) We've all come across them before: Those little bags of small balls that come packed together with new shoes or electrical goods. The balls are there to absorb moisture so as to protect the items from damage. 'These materials act like a sponge,' explains physicist Professor Rustem Valiullin from Leipzig University.
Created by physicist William Higinbotham in 1958, it was a simple game of tennis that came first and immediately became a hit in the Brookhaven National Lab.Since then, innumerable other video games have come to the industry, and for some people, their whole childhood is filled with the memories of such games.But if you look at the real facts and figures, it is actually not so.And these changes go far beyond the joy of playing the games alone.To understand how exactly video games are changing lives, take a look at some of these facts curated by a game outsourcing studio.Why People Play Video Game?Today, with the advent of the smartphone and reduced prices of the computers, video games have become much more accessible than they were in the past.Here are some of the significant factors:Entertainment: Indeed, the first reason that any gamer would give you for their addiction to the game is entertainment.Games that match your taste can actually make you forget your immediate surroundings and transport you to some other place altogether.Education: Yes video games can be educative too.
March 14 isn't just Pi Day. It also has a surprising history of famous births, the death of physicist Stephen Hawking and a milestone for a daring dirigible.
(Rice University) Rice University computational astroparticle physicist Christopher Tunnell wins a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to advance his search for dark matter and other phenomena.
(Boston College) A five-year, $567,000 grant from the NSF will support Boston College Assistant Professor of Physics Brian Zhou's research into using nanoscale quantum sensors to spatially image the flow of photocurrents inside quantum materials and determine how nanoscale variations affect their generation and transport.
Once, holograms were just a scientific curiosity. But thanks to the rapid development of lasers, they have gradually moved center stage, appearing on the security imagery for credit cards and banknotes, in science fiction movies – most memorably Star Wars – and even “live” on stage when long-dead rapper Tupac reincarnated for fans at the Coachella music festival in 2012. Holography is the photographic process of recording light that is scattered by an object and presenting it in a three-dimensional way. Invented in the early 1950s by the Hungarian-British physicist Dennis Gabor, the discovery later earned him the Nobel Prize… This story continues at The Next Web