Standard automatic braking grows in popularity ahead of schedule – Roadshow

Self-imposed standards be damned, the democratization of active safety systems is gaining traction faster than some thought it might.

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Ames Laboratory-led team maps magnetic fields of bacterial cells, nano-objects for the f

IMAGE: Left: Schematic of the off-axis electron holography using a fluid cell. Right: Hologram of a magnetite nanocrystal chain released from a magnetotactic bacterium, and corresponding magnetic induction map…. view A research team led by a scientist from the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory has demonstrated for the first time that the magnetic fields of bacterial cells and magnetic nano-objects in liquid can be studied at high resolution using electron microscopy.

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Fresnal: Peacock stamping foil

Fresnal 's optically variable foil nanotechnology, which has been developed to improve the visual appeal of branded packaging concepts and produce eye-catching carton designs has been launched by leading international supplier, Fresnels Inc. The easy-to-use, robust and secure 'Peacock' stamping foil is inspired by the iridescence found in nature to deliver an arresting palette of colors and contemporary effects, which can be applied by brand owners, printers and converters using standard foil application techniques. Providing a striking visual effect similar to optically variable inks , 'Peacock' foils can be applied quickly and easily without the requirement for registration equipment, saving time and costs in the process.

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Steam’s Winter Sale is here – CNET

Plus, Good Old Games (GOG)’s Winter Sale is already underway.

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Study resolves controversy about electron structure of defects in graphene – Nanotechnology News (press release)

Study resolves controversy about electron structure of defects in grapheneNanotechnology News (press release)A study conducted at the University of São Paulo's Physics Institute (IF-USP), Brazil, has resolved a longstanding controversy dogging the international community of researchers dedicated to investigating defects in graphene. The controversy is related …

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LG to Unveil its First Monitors with Nano IPS Tech at CES 2018

Well ahead of the CES 2018, LG made an announcement regarding its special monitors which are based on nanotechnology. IPS technology has been incorporated into the makeup of these monitors.

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Get an Acer Swift 3 ultraportable for $419.99 – CNET

Slim, sexy and packed with features, the Swift 3 has never been cheaper. Plus: three bonus deals, including a $10 Bluetooth speaker!

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Hands-on with Chevy’s brand new infotainment apps – Roadshow

If you like listening to news, entertainment or sports in the car, these new apps are for you.

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Aura Biosciences Completes $30 Million Series C Financing

Lead candidate, light-activated AU-011, currently being investigated in Phase 1b/2 study to treat ocular melanoma, an orphan indication )–Aura Biosciences, a biotechnology company developing a new class of therapies to target and selectively destroy cancer cells using viral nanoparticle conjugates, announced today that it closed a $30 million Series C financing. New investors Lundbeckfonden Ventures and Arix Bioscience plc led the round, with all current investors also participating.

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Quantum won’t just secure privacy, it’ll change the whole internet – Wired.co.uk

Wired.co.ukQuantum won't just secure privacy, it'll change the whole internetWired.co.ukData security is reliant on mathematical difficulty: put simply, it's easier to encrypt something than it is to decrypt it. This is fine in practice, but means that even the most secure messages could be easily cracked in ten years. Spies and …

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