Quantum computing researchers have made improved qubits by exploiting concepts from high school chemistry.
Artificial Intelligence News — ScienceDaily
Here’s one for the “find an EV non-problem” file. Nissan cites research that says 60% of parents with children under age 2 lull their kids to sleep by taking them on a drive. The Japanese automaker claims that the “soothing sound frequencies of an internal combustion engine are the biggest contributor to a child falling asleep in the car.” In other words, a non-polluting EV like the Leaf won’t get the job done without piping in combustion noise.
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In today’s Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB):
- University of Rochester researchers use lasers to etch highly efficient solar power generators.
- The UK’s Northern Powergrid launches AutoDesign, new (and free) charge-point tech for EVs.
- The Tennessee Valley Authority shut down its last unit at the Paradise coal plant.
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