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How Many Yottabytes in a Quettabyte? Extreme Numbers Get New

By the 2030s, the world will generate around a yottabyte of data per year—that’s 1024 bytes, or the amount that would fit on DVDs stacked all the way to Mars. Now, the booming growth of the data sphere has prompted...

‘Kagome’ metallic crystal adds new spin to electronics

A multinational team of researchers, co-led by a City University of Hong Kong (CityU) physicist, has found that a novel metallic crystal displays unusual electronic behaviour on its surface, thanks to the crystal's unique atomic structure. Their findings open...

Trapping powder quickly removes all microplastics from water

A cheap powder can help treat wastewater by rapidly absorbing microscopic bits of plastic pollution – and because it is also magnetic, both can then be removed with magnets ...

Why immunotherapy works well for some cancer patients, but not

Immunotherapy, a biotherapy that boosts the ability of the immune system to recognize and attack mutant tumor cells, has transformed the treatment landscape for patients battling cancer, which emerges from the progressive accumulation of DNA mutations. However, many patients...

Plasma sail spacecraft could soar like an albatross to Alpha

A spacecraft equipped with a "sail" made from plasma could build up speed by repeatedly crossing the boundary at the edge of the solar system, just as an albatross soars by taking advantage of regions of different wind speeds...

New era of two-dimensional ferroelectrics: Reviewing layered van-der-Waals ferroelectrics for

A UNSW paper published recently in Nature Reviews Materials presents an exciting overview of the emerging field of 2D ferroelectric materials with layered van-der-Waals crystal structures: a novel class of low-dimensional materials that is highly interesting for future nanoelectronics....

How much of the universe is dark matter?

 Astronomers estimate that roughly 85% of all the matter in the universe is dark matter, meaning only 15% of all matter is normal matter. Accounting for dark energy, the name astronomers give to the accelerated expansion of the universe,...

Unveiling the dimensionality of complex networks through hyperbolic geometry: Hyperbolic

Reducing redundant information to find simplifying patterns in data sets and complex networks is a scientific challenge in many knowledge fields. Moreover, detecting the dimensionality of the data is still a hard-to-solve problem. An article published in the journal...

The 3013 neurons in the brain of a fly larva

A complete map of the neurons inside the brain of a fruit fly larva is the largest example of a whole-brain "connectome", and is a stepping stone to describing the brains of more complex animals, including mice and humans...

Most people who threatened to quit Twitter for Mastodon haven’t

Of more than 140,000 Twitter users who announced they were moving to Mastodon, just 1.6 per cent have actually quit Elon Musk’s social media platform ...
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