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  • Wordle today: Here's the answer, hints for October 8
    It's been a major week of watching fat bears do their thing, and now it's the weekend you can dive right into a pretty tough Wordle. But if today's is proving to be more than your brain can handle, never fear — we're here to help every day.If you just...
    Source: Mashable
  • ChemEngineering, Vol. 6, Pages 79: Fe Atom—Mixed Edges Fractal Graphene vi...
    The stability of small fractal graphene models with two different symmetries and Fe atoms at their mixed edges is addressed by density functional theory (DFT) calculations. Four kinds of edge configurations and Fe atom localizations are determined depending on the model. The edges have mixed configuration, the zig-zag and “intra-zig-zag”...
    Source: MDPI by Lobna Aloui
  • Applied Sciences, Vol. 12, Pages 10119: Research on the Application of Foamed Li...
    In order to study the feasibility and superiority of foam lightweight concrete (FLC) for existing buried high-pressure gas pipeline section under soft soil roadbed, this paper takes the buried existing high-pressure gas pipeline section under the second phase of the Foqingcong Expressway project as the engineering background, and designs two...
    Source: MDPI by Zaolong Jiang
  • Far-Ultraviolet LED Efficiently Kills Bacteria and Viruses Without Harming Peopl...
    A powerful LED can efficiently disinfect surfaces while remaining safe for people. RIKEN physicists have engineered a highly efficient LED that is deadly to microbes......
    Source: SciTech Daily by RIKEN
  • FlyFeed flies in the face of the global food crisis
    FlyFeed claims it signed more than $10 million worth of contracts and closed a $3 million round of investment to launch its first insect farm in Vietnam, in its push to produce low-cost, high-nutrient protein for human consumption. The company was founded less than a year ago and is targeting...
    Source: TechCrunch by Haje Jan Kamps
  • Microsoft is hoping its algorithms can help farmers—and the planet
    Project FarmVibes' algorithms analyze drone imagery and create maps of Nelson's farm in an attempt to maximize efficiency. Dan DeLong for MicrosoftYou can't eat an algorithm, but data can still be useful when it comes to food production. Here's how. The post Microsoft is hoping its algorithms can help farmers—and...
    Source: Popular Science by Helen Bradshaw
  • 1.5GHz 12bit scope from R&S
    Rohde & Schwarz has introduced a 12bit four-channel oscilloscope series that stretches up to 1.5GHz and 4.5 million acquisition/s. The display is an HD 13.3inch capacitive touchscreen. “Development engineers can now see more signal detail and infrequent events than with any other oscilloscope,” claimed the company. The series is called...
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Steve Bush
  • QCon Plus 2022: Join Us Virtually for Quality Content and Connections
    QCon Plus, the online software development conference organized by InfoQ, is returning this November 29-December 9, with an international community of senior software engineers, architects, and team leaders joining. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this event! By Artenisa Chatziou...
    Source: InfoQ by Artenisa Chatziou
  • Confluent Introduces Stream Governance Advanced to Safely Extend Data Streaming...
    Confluent recently announced new enhancements to its Stream Governance product that will improve engineering teams' ability to discover, understand, and trust real-time data. Organizations can use Stream Governance Advanced to resolve issues within complex pipelines more easily with point-in-time lineage. By Steef-Jan Wiggers...
    Source: InfoQ by Steef-Jan Wiggers
  • Sondrel aims for AIM listing
    Berkshire asic design house Sondrel has announced intention to list on London Stock Exchange’s AIM market. “Admission to AIM will enable us to expand our global operations with more engineers and sales staff to ensure that we maintain customer satisfaction as we grow,” said founder and CEO Graham Curren (right)....
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Steve Bush
  • Symmetry, Vol. 14, Pages 2089: Analytical Model with Independent Control of Load...
    The relevance of problems related to the fracturing of engineering materials and structures will not decrease over time. Fracture mechanics methods continue to be developed, which, combined with numerical methods of computer modeling, are implemented in software packages. However, this is only one facet of the complex of actual problems...
    Source: MDPI by Gennady Kolesnikov
  • Here are all new camera feature coming to the Pixel 7
    Pixel devices are adored for their punchy images and AI-powered photo features, and today, we get treated to a pair of new phones: The Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. Both phones have a 50-megapixel main sensor and a 12-megapixel ultrawide sensor. The Pixel 7 Pro has an additional 48-megapixel...
    Source: TechCrunch by Ivan Mehta
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