November 1 Daily S&T Trendletter
- Russian and European physicists have developed an approach that allows flexible control of the energy properties of “liquid light”
Quantum liquid light is a stream of polaritons – quasiparticles. The approach makes it possible to manipulate the quantum properties and position of “liquid light” in a relatively simple way using a layer of fluorinated polymer. The study is published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
- The new management of the Russian Post has frozen the project of UAVs delivering cargo
The decision to freeze was made shortly after the change of the management of the postal operator. The focus of the new management is now focused on projects that allow you to get revenue in the near future
- Kaspersky Lab has developed neuromorphic chips that simulate the work of the human brain
The technology allows you to significantly increase the speed of data processing and at the same time reduce energy consumption. The global market for such chips is growing and may exceed $7.5 billion by 2025.
- Russian scientists from ITMO have created a self-assembling emulsion
Experts have developed an innovative system that uses self-assembly to create an emulsion similar to a mixture of oil and water. This technology has a wide application potential in the field of biosynthetic materials, food products, cosmetics and drug delivery to organs.
- Moscow authorities want to install 18 thousand charging stations for electric vehicles by 2030
By 2030, the number of electric vehicles in Moscow will reach 315 thousand, or 6.8% of the passenger car fleet, after which its “independent active growth” will begin, the Moscow Department of Transport said in a statement. This will require investments in infrastructure, as stated by the city authorities