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IBM scientist Matteo Cossale

IBM scientist Matteo Cossale

"The Next Big Thing in the Energy Sector: Photovoltaic Generated DC Electricity...A viable solution is the onsite generation of electricity using the photovoltaic (PV) method of converting solar energy directly into electrical energy. The PV method uses semiconductor devices called solar cells. With constant reduction of the cost, this method is the most promising direct current (DC) power source for rich and poor globally..."

The next big thing in the energy sector: Photovoltaic generated DC electricity

"The Next Big Thing in the Energy Sector: Photovoltaic Generated DC Electricity...A viable solution is the onsite generation of electricity using the photovoltaic (PV) method of converting solar energy directly into electrical energy. The PV method uses semiconductor devices called solar cells. With constant reduction of the cost, this method is the most promising direct current (DC) power source for rich and poor globally..."

TrueNorth el chip de IBM que simula el cerebro humano

TrueNorth el chip de IBM que simula el cerebro humano

Magic Leap A startup is betting more than half a billion dollars that it will dazzle you with its approach to creating 3-D imagery. Abovitz says he and his employees are trying to “blow away” their inner 11-year-olds. Availability: 1-3 years What It’s Like to Try Magic Leap’s Take on Virtual Reality | MIT Technology Review

Magic Leap

Magic Leap A startup is betting more than half a billion dollars that it will dazzle you with its approach to creating 3-D imagery. Abovitz says he and his employees are trying to “blow away” their inner 11-year-olds. Availability: 1-3 years What It’s Like to Try Magic Leap’s Take on Virtual Reality | MIT Technology Review

Nvidia to license its graphics cores | TechHive

Nvidia to license its graphics cores | TechHive

System Mechanic 9 Digs Deep to Improve Performance | PCWorld

System Mechanic 9 Digs Deep to Improve Performance | PCWorld

The UCLA Department of Neurosurgery analyzes brain wave data to predict the rise of deadly brain pressure as part of a National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke study. Knowing in advance that brain pressure could potentially rise in TBI patients gives doctors more time to prevent further brain damage or death. The Centers for Disease Control estimates 1.7 million people in the United States sustain TBIs every year.

The UCLA Department of Neurosurgery analyzes brain wave data to predict the rise of deadly brain pressure as part of a National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke study. Knowing in advance that brain pressure could potentially rise in TBI patients gives doctors more time to prevent further brain damage or death. The Centers for Disease Control estimates 1.7 million people in the United States sustain TBIs every year.

Fabian Mohn of the Physics of Nanoscale Systems group at IBM Research – Zurich.    As reported in in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists Fabian Mohn, Leo Gross, Nikolaj Moll and Gerhard Meyer of IBM Research – Zurich directly imaged the charge distribution within a single naphthalocyanine molecule using a special kind of atomic force microscopy called Kelvin probe force microscopy at low temperatures and in ultrahigh vacuum.

Fabian Mohn of the Physics of Nanoscale Systems group at IBM Research – Zurich. As reported in in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists Fabian Mohn, Leo Gross, Nikolaj Moll and Gerhard Meyer of IBM Research – Zurich directly imaged the charge distribution within a single naphthalocyanine molecule using a special kind of atomic force microscopy called Kelvin probe force microscopy at low temperatures and in ultrahigh vacuum.

On July 4th 2012 the IBM Research - Zurich Hobbyclub Football team took on Google and won 6 - 1.

On July 4th 2012 the IBM Research - Zurich Hobbyclub Football team took on Google and won 6 - 1.

Christophe Rossel, physicist at the IBM Research – Zurich Laboratory, shares some thoughts and insights on a quarter century of service.

Christophe Rossel, physicist at the IBM Research – Zurich Laboratory, shares some thoughts and insights on a quarter century of service.

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