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Highly reflective mirrors from the inkjet printer

KIT researchers develop a process that for the first time allows mirrors with a reflection of more than 99 percent to be printed in variable size

Dielectric mirrors, also called Bragg mirrors, can reflect light almost completely. This makes them suitable for countless applications, for example in camera systems, microscopy, medical technology or sensor systems.


Konica Minolta wins gold in the world’s largest AI competition hosted by Kaggle

Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) announces that the team, consisting of three engineers from Konica Minolta - one data scientist and two AI engineers – and one engineer from another company - won 10th place in the Image Matching Challenge 2022, hosted by the world’s largest AI competition platform, Kaggle, and received the gold medal.*

3M Young Scientist Challenge Announces 2022 National Finalists and Honorable Mentions

Today's youth has never been more hopeful for a better, brighter, and safer world. Inspired by the desire to impact change in communities far and near, they are using the power of STEM to help drive the change they want to see. 3M (@3M) and Discovery Education (@DiscoveryEd) are proud to announce the top 10 finalists and four honorable mention recipients in the 2022 3M Young Scientist Challenge, the 15th year of the competition.

Multiphysical Process Simulations Analyze Dynamic Beam Laser Welding

Collaboration between Civan Lasers and TU Wien yields insights on laser welding of stainless-steel tubes with a gap; future work will target welding and additive manufacturing challenges.

Laser experts at the Technical University Wien (TU Wien) in Vienna, have collaborated with Civan Lasers (Jerusalem) to simulate its disruptive dynamic beam laser technology.

How artificial intelligence can help in the fight against doping

Artificial intelligence could help keep sporting competitions clean and fair in the future: Professor Wolfgang Maaß and his team at Saarland University and the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence are researching how to expose doping violations faster and easier with self-learning computer systems. In projects with the World Anti-Doping Agency Wada, the business informatics specialist is working on training data systems that he developed for Industry 4.0 with data from doping controls in order to efficiently uncover sporting cheating.

BBW Mosbach-Heidelberg establishes certified IHK training course for 3-D printing with support from Compart

Compart's cooperation with the Berufsbildungswerk Mosbach-Heidelberg (BBW), which was concluded in mid-2020, is bearing new fruit: thanks to the donation of 3-D printers by Compart, the educational institution has been able to deepen its know-how in this field and gain further supporters in this promising market.

First Quantum Computing Guidelines Launched as Investment Booms

From bits to qubits, quantum science promises to disrupt the future of business, science and government as billions are invested across the public and private sector
A new Insight Report presents best-practice governance principles to guide future design and adoption as investment boomed.
It is critical to address ethical concerns well before commercialization and set standards now to ensure an equitable framework for the future.


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