Following Queen’s Jubilee, California Brings the Future of Wine Sustainability to London at Eureka!

Advertisement June 7th – SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Following the Queen’s Jubilee Celebration this weekend, wine and trade journalists can look forward to discovering and enjoying California’s extraordinary wines through an immersive experience at Eureka! in London from June 7 to June 9. The state’s exceptional range of wines, from its world leading sustainable wineries … Read more

Maptek machine learning trial points to future of mineral deposit modelling

A trial of Maptek DomainMCF at an underground metals mine has concluded that machine learning will most likely become the preferred modeling method for mineral deposits, according to the software company. DomainMCF is a platform that Maptek says will ‘put the geology back into geologists’, applying deep learning and big data computing methods to generate … Read more

Researchers Just Set a New Record For Data Transmission Speed

Even if you’re enjoying gloriously fast broadband at home wherever you live in the world, you’re still going to be a long, long way behind the new record for data transmission: an incredible 1.02 petabits per second. That’s a million gigabits shifted down a line every single second. The record was set by a team … Read more

UH astronomers mentor Maui keiki for future science careers

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the University of Hawaiʻi Institute for Astronomy (IfA) continues its mission to inspire new generations of scientists. From May 30 through June 3, Hawaiʻi Student / Teacher Astronomy Research or HI STAR hosted its annual summer program for middle and high school students from the Valley Isle at the … Read more

After serving Alaska kids for 40 years, Trailside Discovery Camp looks to a more inclusive future

Instructor Gabby Bejarano conducts a geology lesson on Friday, May 27 during a Trailside Discovery Camp session at Beach Lake in Chugiak. (Loren Holmes / DNA) On a sunny Friday morning in late May, instructor Gabby Bejarano talked about kettle ponds and oxbow lakes as a group of 10- to 14-year-olds ate lunch on the … Read more

USDA NIFA Funds ‘Farm of the Future’ | Computer Science

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced toward the end of May that it is funding a new collaboration between two institutes and a research center at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign that will create an integrated farm of the future in the U.S. Midwest. Girish Chowdhary Titled “I-FARM: Illinois Farming and Regenerative Management,” this … Read more

University of Calgary Prof Hopes Science Can Help Mitigate Future Forest-Fire Disasters – InsuranceNewsNet

CALGARY, Alberta, June 1 (TNSres) – The University of Calgary issued the following news release: * * * Quasi Hassan says several factors make May the most at-risk month * * * On the anniversary of two of Alberta’s largest-ever fire-related disasters, a University of Calgary researcher is determined to develop a forest fire-forecasting system … Read more

The future of 6G wireless could be closer than you think

Credit: Matthew Modoono / Northeastern University. While the US rollout of 5G wireless service continues, eagle-eyed researchers at Northeastern University are already looking to the future of 6G networks –– which might be closer than most would expect. Telecommunication providers like AT&T and Verizon have been gradually upgrading their networks to 5G since the Federal … Read more

1st look inside: NASA visitor complex to open ‘Gateway’ to future of space travel

If NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex serves as a theme park for the space set, then its newest attraction is the agency’s own take on “Tomorrowland.” “Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex (opens in new tab)“opening on June 15, invites the public to not just step, but fly into the future of space travel. … Read more