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New optical instrument measures a smaller distance that can ever be measured directly

A new nanometre-scale distance measurement system, a kind of nanometric "optical ruler," was developed by a research group at the Nanyang University of Technology in Singapore (NTU). Currently there is a limit, called a "diffraction limit,"...

Swedish scientists simulate the operation of the quantum computer on classic computers

A group of researchers claims to have simulated the functioning of a quantum computer in a classical computer, a result that according to the same scientists at the University of Linköping, Sweden, who carried out...

Russian physicists create a device that mimics biological memory

A device that "acts as a synapse in the living brain," capable of storing and forgetting information when it is no longer used, was built by a group of researchers from the Moscow Institute of...

New technology makes it possible to extract 100% phosphorus from manure and waste water

A new research project developed by an engineer from the University of Aarhus was funded by the European Union. In particular, the project provides for the possibility to extract 100% phosphorus from waste materials such...

Scientists begin to understand properties of liquid “living” crystals with bacteria

Using bacteria to make 'living' liquid crystals so that they can work in a relatively autonomous way is a curious idea. For some years now, there has been a great deal of interest in these...

Moss pollen can purify water from toxic substances

Water can be "easily" purified with pollen, without resorting to chemical additives or alcohol: this is the result that a team of researchers had to present their efforts to the American Chemical Society (ACS) Autumn...

New “intelligent” material selectively absorbs pollutants in water

A new absorbent material, defined as "intelligent" in the press release, for industrial water treatment was developed by a group of researchers from the State University of the Southern Urals. It is a multifunctional carbon-based product...

New ultrathin robotic muscle tested on robotic butterflies

A new ultra-thin muscle for light robotics was developed by a group of researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). The new actuator looks like a thin strip of paper about...

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Daniela Espirito Santo reported partner to police seven times before deathon August 13, 2021 at 10:52 am

Daniela Espirito Santo, from Grantham, was not failed by police, a watchdog says.image sourceHandoutNo standards were breached by police when a woman died while...