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Quantum biosensensors will detect SARS-CoV-2, track drug inside cell and record critical biological processes

Quantum technology takes advantage of scientific phenomena that are only accessible on the smallest of scales . It applies such quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and the No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules. A Quantum bit is the basic …

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DARPA MuS2 developing Muon Source to detect shielded nuclear contraband, to objects deeply buried up to thousands of meters below the earth’s surface

Muons are subatomic particles that behave a lot like electrons but are around 200 times heavier. As the US Department of Energy explains, “Muons created in the atmosphere constantly hit every inch of the Earth’s surface and pass through almost any substance.”   Many scientists have noted that measuring the …

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Healthcare management

The Healthcare industry can be defined as the collection of businesses and companies that provide healthcare services and products to treat patients. These treatments can come in the form of preventive, curative, rehabilitative and palliative care. Regardless, if a company is within the realms of healthcare, they will be focussing …

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Electronic connectors becoming high-speed, compact and thinner, high frequency and high power connectors.

An electronic connector is an electro-mechanical device whose purpose is to quickly and easily disconnect or interrupt a circuit path or  electrical circuits . Most electrical connectors have a gender – i.e. the male component, called a plug, connects to the female component, or socket. The connection may be removable …

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Digital software-defined radar technology for Military

RADAR offers special advantages with respect to other types of sensors including all-day, all-weather operations, long detection distance and, depending on the frequency used, penetration. Moreover, radar can often be carried by a number of platforms, spanning from classic naval and airborne to more recent space-borne, UAVs, such as drones, …

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India enhancing Naval capability and collaborations to counter growing Chinese threat in Indian Ocean

The IOR is the region around the Indian Ocean. It includes the 22 member nations of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), along with other countries such as Myanmar in Southeast Asia,  Pakistan, and Djibouti in East Africa.    Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLA Navy, or PLAN) has been …

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DARPA developed Battlefield Illusion for deception Electro-Optical Warfare

Magicians and generals have had a long-standing relationship – one that produced very real effects during wartime. Harry Houdini snooped on the German and the Russian militaries for Scotland Yard. English illusionist Jasper Maskelyne is reported to have created dummy submarines and fake tanks to distract Rommel’s army during World …

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Cyber Warfare threat driving Defense Cyber Security market and new security technologies

In 2019, 1,473 data breaches in the U.S. led to the exposure of 164,683,455 confidential records, as per the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC). Additionally, in May 2020 alone, 841,529 records were exposed in 108 data breach incidents. The records ranged from people’s financial and medical information to strongly protected …

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Synthetic diamond with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center a unique material for quantum sensors including magnetic sensing

Quantum technology (QT) applies quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules.   Quantum Sensing exploit high sensitivity of quantum systems to external disturbances to develop highly sensitive sensors. They can measure Quantities such as …

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