ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Nuclear reactions are fast. Really fast. Faster than billionths of a second. Your best shot at catching one is with a high-speed X-ray camera that can only be obtained from the Department of Energy’s Sandia National Laboratories. But these cameras could soon become more widely available. Sandia has partnered with Albuquerque-based startup Advanced […]
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World’s fastest burst-mode X-ray camera hits the road
March 13, 2023 – 5:00 am
By Troy Rummler | Posted in Science / Technology / Engineering, Technology transfer / Economic Impact | Also tagged Entrepreneurial Separation of Transfer Technology program, fusion, imaging, MESA, sensors, small business, TRGR, X-ray | Comments Off on World’s fastest burst-mode X-ray camera hits the road
What if the secret to your brain’s elusive computing power is its randomness?
September 7, 2021 – 5:00 am
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — If you’ve ever asked a car mechanic how long a part will last until it breaks, odds are they shrugged their shoulders. They know how long parts last on average, and they can see when one is close to breaking. But knowing how many miles are left is extremely difficult, even using […]
By Troy Rummler | Posted in Computing | Also tagged co-design, neural computing, probabalistic computing | Comments Off on What if the secret to your brain’s elusive computing power is its randomness?