The world’s most powerful supercomputer is tested to see if it can process data from future radio telescopes

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Researchers at the International Radio Astronomy Research Center (ICRAR), Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States, and Shanghai Observatory in China are testing the world’s most powerful supercomputer that processes 400 gigabytes of data. For comparison, the amount of data that this computer can process per second is equivalent to the amount of 1600 hours of standard definition video… Read more »

Proteins discovered that protect against cerebral hemorrhage and nerve damage

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A team of researchers at the University of Zurich discovered that a specific protein called haptoglobin is essential to prevent brain damage caused by free hemoglobin after cerebral hemorrhage. This damage is caused by red blood cells, which can cause serious damage to neurons and thus the brain. In particular, researchers were interested in bleeding between the intima and media,… Read more »

Meat grown in the laboratory? Research shows that it is possible

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In the context of an area where laboratories are trying to create meat that resembles real meat as much as possible, a group of Harvard researchers and John A. Paulson at the University of Applied Sciences have developed edible gelatin scaffolding rabbit and cow muscles. According to the researcher, this structure mimics the consistency and structure of real meat, and… Read more »