Shanghai University (SHU)

Shanghai University, abbreviated as SHU or Shangda, is a public research university located in Shanghai

Energy from seawater for underwater operations

Energy from seawater: power generator autonomously switches between two functional modes Underwater vehicles, diving robots, and detectors require their own energy supply to operate for long periods independent of ships. A new, inexpensive system for the direct electrochemical extraction of energy from seawater offers the advantage of also being able to handle short spikes in

Energy from seawater for underwater operations

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Will cycle benchmarking help to set universal measurement standards for quantum computers?

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a method that could pave the way to establishing universal standards for measuring the performance of quantum computers. The new method, called cycle benchmarking, allows researchers to assess the potential of scalability and to compare one quantum platform against another. “This finding could go a long way

Will cycle benchmarking help to set universal measurement standards for quantum computers?

A simple urine test for prostate cancer detection can now use urine samples collected at home

A simple urine test under development for prostate cancer detection can now use urine samples collected at home – according to new research from University of East Anglia and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Scientists pioneered the test which diagnoses aggressive prostate cancer and predicts whether patients will require treatment up to five years

A simple urine test for prostate cancer detection can now use urine samples collected at home

An artificial intelligence based algorithm could help doctors treat patients with severe traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant global cause of mortality and morbidity with an increasing incidence, especially in low-and-middle income countries. The most severe TBIs are treated in intensive care units (ICU), but in spite of the proper and high-quality care, about one in three patients dies. Patients that suffer from severe TBI are

An artificial intelligence based algorithm could help doctors treat patients with severe traumatic brain injury

Engineered bacteria that feed on CO2 could lead to the development of carbon-neutral fuels

Bacteria in the lab of Prof. Ron Milo of the Weizmann Institute of Science have not just sworn off sugar – they have stopped eating all of their normal solid food, existing instead on carbon dioxide (CO2) from their environment. That is, they were able to build all of their biomass from air. This feat, which involved nearly a

Engineered bacteria that feed on CO2 could lead to the development of carbon-neutral fuels

Using machine learning to build a better battery

Discovering the next generation of batteries with some help from AI Designing the best molecular building blocks for battery components is like trying to create a recipe for a new kind of cake, when you have billions of potential ingredients. The challenge involves determining which ingredients work best together — or, more simply, produce an edible

Using machine learning to build a better battery

An injectable magnetizable fluid could extend trauma patients’ survival time

Injectable, biocompatible magnetorheological suspension could halt bleeding in trauma related injuries Inspired by their use in mechanical systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are testing a magnetically-actuated fluidic valve to use in trauma patients suffering from hemorrhage. Yonatan Tekleab and his colleagues will explain how the valve works at the American Physical Society’s Division of

An injectable magnetizable fluid could extend trauma patients’ survival time