Self-assembling polymer could help cram more circuits onto microchips

An MIT team has developed a new way to cram more circuits onto microchips, using manufacturing ...

Researchers at MIT have developed a new way to make smaller circuits, which could help break down barriers standing in the way of the continuation of Moore’s Law and ever-more powerful microchips. Using a self-assembling polymer layer, the new technique could make patterns smaller than 10 nm by combining several processes already widely used to make chips, which means they could be implemented at a large scale relatively easily and cheaply.

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Creating renewable energy storage out of hot air

Old mines could get a second lease of life as energy storage caverns if a compressed ...

The rapid growth of solar arrays and wind farms might sound like a win for the environment, but storing renewable sources of energy efficiently on the grid remains a challenge for energy providers. EU scientists are turning to a cheap and plentiful natural resource for the answer: air.

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Elon Musk Wants To Connect Your Brain To Your Computer!

This is next level!

Elon Muskthe billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX – has launched a new “medical research” company called Neuralink with the intention of exploring technology to connect computers to the human brain.

What a time to be alive!

Related: Tesla May Need To Call Uber’s Lawyer!

The Wall Street Journal says this will be done through “neural lace” technology AKA the implanting of tiny electrodes into the brain that allow people to have direct computing capabilities.

Crazzzy!

Not too much information is out there about the process, but Musk tweeted on Tuesday:

Stay tuned!!

Warriors stun Spurs with huge turnaround in San Antonio – USA TODAY


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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Stephen Curry scored 29 points, Klay Thompson had 23 and the Golden State Warriors rallied from a 22-point deficit in the opening quarter to beat the San Antonio Spurs 110-98 on Wednesday night for their ninth straight win.
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Back Stories: WCBS Groundbreaker Jane Tillman Irving

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — A WCBS groundbreaker, Jane Tillman Irving starter her career here in 1972, becoming the station’s first black female reporter.

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Hear Jane talk about her love of news and radio in today’s Back Story.

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