RED Technologies launches TV White Space database in the United

RED Technologies launches TV White Space database in the United

RED एप्लाइड साइंस को आज पेश किया गया, कंपनी माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के एयरबैंड इनिशिएटिव के सहयोग से यूएसए में अपनी टीवी व्हाइट एरिया (TVWS) डेटाबेस सर्विस लॉन्च करेगी। परेशानी पूरे देश में समुदायों के लिए कम लागत वाले स्थलीय वाई-फाई ब्रॉडबैंड वेब की तैनाती की अनुमति देगी। RED का डेटाबेस इकाइयों को बताता है कि वे … Read more

Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs will testify before US Senate committee

Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs will testify before US Senate committee

फेसबुक <FB.O, Twitter TWTR.N और Alphabet के स्वामित्व वाले Google GOOGL.O के मुख्य कार्यकारी अधिकारियों ने 28 अक्टूबर को सीनेट वाणिज्य समिति के समक्ष कुछ प्रमुख नियमों का बचाव करने वाली वेब फर्मों की सुनवाई में स्वेच्छा से गवाही देने पर सहमति व्यक्त की है। एफबी और ट्विटर ने शुक्रवार को पुष्टि की कि उनके … Read more

Twitter developing new feature called Birdwatch to address misinformation

Twitter developing new feature called Birdwatch to address misinformation

ट्विटर एक नया उत्पाद बना रहा है जिसे बर्डवॉच के नाम से जाना जाता है, अध्ययनों में उल्लेख किया गया है। कंपनी के अनुसार, इवेंट ट्वीट्स के लिए अतिरिक्त संदर्भ देकर, नोट्स के रूप में, अपने पूरे प्लेटफॉर्म पर गलत सूचनाओं को संबोधित करने का प्रयास करता है। टेक क्रंच की एक रिपोर्ट के अनुसार, … Read more

Electronic skin: from flexibility to a sense of touch

Electronic skin from flexibility to a sense of touch

Material scientists believe that it will not be the first to be pulled into the fight against COVID-19. But it happened to John Rogers. He leads a team at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, which develops soft, flexible, skin-like materials with health-monitoring applications. A device, designed to sit hollow at the base of the throat, … Read more

Science diversified: Tackling an ‘ableist’ culture in research

Science diversified Tackling an ‘ableist’ culture in research

Two researchers with disabilities describe an ‘able’ culture at the academia, a system designed for fully fit and healthy people who account very little for those living outside those criteria. This culture can protect scientists from disabilities, chronic diseases, neurological or mental health problems. As a result many people choose not to disclose their terms … Read more

How to take the lead in your career

How to take the lead in your career

Austin Gray will have to wait until May to run his lab, but he already knows what he has to do. Gray, an aquatic toxicologist, received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at The Citadel, a military institution in Charleston, South Carolina, where students march with rifles in the courtyard, submitting regular uniform inspections and … Read more

A fine soft day for surveying moss and liverworts

A fine soft day for surveying moss and liverworts

My work focuses on one side of Ireland that few visitors ever see: the temperate rainforest of Killarney National Park, a reserve of 10,200 hectares near the southwest coast. The climate here – usually moist and, by Irish standards, relatively warm, with temperatures in autumn with temperatures usually exceeding 10 ° C – ideal for … Read more

Pandemic measures disproportionately harm women’s careers

Pandemic measures disproportionately harm women’s careers

Shutdowns and social-far-reaching measures aimed at combating the epidemic have damaged the careers and wellbeing of America’s female academic researchers, a report from the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) finds. The survey attracted more than 700 respondents, including students, postdoc and faculty members, and the results were released this month. It found … Read more