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Category: Computer Engineering

Device instantly delivers new DNA or RNA into living skin cells to change their function — ScienceDaily

Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Ohio State’s College of Engineering have developed a new technology, Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), that can generate any cell type of interest for treatment within the patient’s own body. This technology may be used to repair injured tissue or restore function of aging tissue, including organs, blood vessels and nerve cells. Results of the regenerative medicine study published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. “By using our novel nanochip technology, injured or…

Truths About SEO Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Search engine optimization may still be evolving, but it is not as difficult as most beginners would like to think it is. SEO is one of the essential steps towards success. Your online business is missing out on all the goodies if you do not have your website optimized for search engines. It is becoming simpler each day thanks to the rise of SEO companies and remote consulting agencies that are active 24/7 to help businesses stay user-friendly. Any business…

WinX MediaTrans Review: The iTunes Killer

We at TechQuark, are particularly very keen about Digiarty’s products. The reason is not just because the products are innovative but because they provide innovative solutions to common problems. The products cater to general issues, we face while using simple functions for audio, videos or other file types. In this post, we will talk about another product we recently stumbled upon from Digiatry which is termed as ‘WinX MediaTrans’. This is a windows based file transfer tool for transferring, creating…

Engineers develop thoroughly modern magnesium process

A researcher holds up a piece of magnesium. Credit: Big Blue Technologies University of Colorado Boulder engineers have revamped a World War II-era process for making magnesium that requires half the energy and produces a fraction of the pollution compared to today’s leading methods. The breakthrough process, developed in the labs of Professor Alan Weimer, could vastly improve production of the strong, lightweight metal that’s used in everything from vehicles and aircraft to dietary supplements and fireworks. Now, CU…

Welcoming Girls Who Code at Pinterest – Pinterest Engineering – Medium

Sydney Brunson | Diversity Programs Specialist For the past three summers, we’ve hosted the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion program, which encourages rising junior and senior high school students to spend the summer learning how to code. This year, 46 students joined Pinterest engineers for a day of activities including resume building sessions, coding workshops and interview training. The day ended with a panel of Pinterest engineers discussing their personal and professional journeys. Panelists included Kinnary Jangla (Discovery engineering), Elsa…

InGraphs: Monitoring and Unexpected Artwork

At LinkedIn, we have an internal tool for visualizing operational metrics that we call inGraphs. Since I started working for LinkedIn almost four years ago, I’ve been snapshotting inGraphs that I thought were interesting—the ones that had helped to solve a problem, demonstrated a particular pattern, told an interesting story, or just plain looked cool. In January 2016, my “stash” reached critical mass, and I decided to start publishing these inGraphs to an internal blog called “inGraph of the Week”…

Transitioning entirely to neural machine translation | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code

Language translation is one of the ways we can give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. It can help people connect with family members who live overseas, or better understand the perspective of someone who speaks a different language. We use machine translation to translate text in posts and comments automatically, in order to break language barriers and allow people around the world to communicate with each other. Creating seamless, highly accurate translation experiences…

Improved air quality research software to help reduce emissions, pollution

Jiqin Ni, an associate professor in Purdue’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, works in his lab to develop an on-site computer and software system for agriculture-based air quality research. The system consists of commercial data acquisition hardware, a personal computer, and custom-developed software to provide a more flexible, high-quality and user-friendly way to better understand and limit emission and pollution impact. Credit: Purdue University Purdue University researchers are developing an on-site computer and software system that could provide a…

Team sets new record for magnetic tape storage—makes tape competitive for cloud storage

In this photo, IBM scientist Dr. Mark Lantz, holds a one square inch piece of Sony Storage Media Solutions sputtered tape, which can hold 201 Gigabytes, a new world record. Credit: IBM Research Research scientists have achieved a new world record in tape storage – their fifth since 2006. The new record of 201 Gb/in2 (gigabits per square inch) in areal density was achieved on a prototype sputtered magnetic tape developed by Sony Storage Media Solutions. The scientists presented the…