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Finding the "Ghost Particles" Might be More Challenging Than What we Thought

Finding the "Ghost Particles" Might be More Challenging Than What we Thought Results from the NEOS experiment on sterile neutrinos differ partly from the theoretical expectationsDubbed as "ghost particles," neutrinos have no electric charge and their masses are so tiny that they are difficult to observe. The sun, nuclear reactors, supernovae explosions create them, when their nuclei are going through a radioactive decay, known as beta decay.DETAIL VIEW

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New Portal to Unveil the Dark Sector of the Universe

New Portal to Unveil the Dark Sector of the UniverseIBS scientists theorize a new portal to peek into the dark world.
Once upon a time, the Universe was just a hot soup of particles. In those days, together with visible particles, other particles to us hidden or dark might have formed. Billions of years later scientists catalogued 17 types of visible particles, with the most recent one being the Higgs boson, creating the 'Standard Model'. However, they are still struggling to detect the hidden particles, the ones that constitute the dark sector of the Universe.
date2017-03-23

IBS create a multi-channel nano-optical device dramatically increasing the parallel processing speed of microprocessors

IBS create a multi-channel nano-optical device dramatically increasing the parallel processing speed of microprocessorsResearchers from the Center for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics (CMSD) increase the number of communication channels.
Microprocessors play a pivotal role in computers and have steadily increased the speed of information processing over the past several decades. However, due to technical limitations such as heat generation due to integration, the processing speed of semiconductors has remained at several gigahertz (GHz) for the past decade.
date2017-03-16

Convenient and Easy to Use Glucose Monitoring and Maintenance

Convenient and Easy to Use Glucose Monitoring and MaintenanceRapid Glucose Measuring and Precise Multistep Drug Delivery.
A research group from the Center for Nanoparticle Research within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) has developed a convenient and accurate sweat-based glucose monitoring and maintenance device.
date2017-03-12

Single Atom Memory: The World

Single Atom Memory: The World's Smallest Storage MediumStoring one bit in one atom is possible: The extraordinary end of Moore's law.
One bit of digital information can now be successfully stored in an individual atom, according to a study just published in Nature. Current commercially-available magnetic memory devices require approximately one million atoms to do the same.
date2017-03-09

Supramolecular Protein Fishing with Molecular Baits

Supramolecular Protein Fishing with Molecular BaitsIBS researchers modified an anti-cancer drug to capture and purify a cancer-prone protein.
Scientists from the Center for Self-assembly and Complexity (CSC) successfully isolated a cancer-prone protein by fishing out the proteins using 'molecular bait'. Cancer, according to the American Cancer Society, affects 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women, with prostate and breast cancer the most common types afflicting adults.
date2017-03-02

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