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Schmerz­ge­schich­te zwi­schen Reli­gion und Me­di­zin

Forscherteams in Innsbruck und Antwerpen gehen dem noch wenig untersuchten Phänomen des Schmerzes aus Sicht des Katholizismus im 19. Jahrhundert nach. Religiöse Traditionen standen damals vermeintlich im Widerspruch zur medizinischen Entwicklung in der Schmerztherapie. – Ein Bild, das der Forschung nicht standhält. (more…)

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New Chip Architecture from GTRI may Provide Foundation for Quantum Computer

Quantum computers are in theory capable of simulating the interactions of molecules at a level of detail far beyond the capabilities of even the largest supercomputers today. Such simulations could revolutionize chemistry, biology and materials science, but the development of quantum computers has been limited by the ability to increase the number of quantum bits, or qubits, that encode, store and access large amounts of data. (more…)

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