Scientists from the University of Bristol have made a breakthrough in next-generation Quantum communication networking among multiple users that is ironclad against hackers.
A very interesting study has been published in the AIP Advances stating that, information bits have a mass and with the speed of its accumulation, by 2245, the total mass of information would be equal to half of the earth’s mass.
Scientists have created a compact version of a particle accelerator, which can beam electrons with 1000 times more charge at 99.99% of the speed of light. This projects ultrashort electron beams with the use of laser rays to create terahertz frequency (THz) pulses of light.
The breakthrough resulted from a study conducted by the engineers at the University of Minnesota. They were able to electrically transform an entirely non-magnetic material into a magnetic one successfully. This is the first time in the world anyone succeeded in doing so!
Google has developed a smart way to detect earthquakes and alert smartphone users on android. Google hopes this would be a much-needed function globally, as building public infrastructures to detect earthquakes can be costly.