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Qubits for quantum computers from ultracold molecules

Scientists have discovered that collections of ultracold molecules can retain the information stored in them for hundreds of times longer than comparable materials. Such clusters could serve as qubits for quantum computers.

During eclipse, drone tech will study sun's effect on weather

When the Earth turns dark during this year's total solar eclipse, millions of sky-gazers will be relaxing and enjoying the unusual phenomenon, however, climate scientists will be using drone technology to study the sun's influence on weather patterns.

New Type 2 diabetes medication shows much promise

The global pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk has announced that its new drug semaglutide had reduced blood glucose levels and lowered body weight to a statistically significant degree more than those treated with the competing drug dulaglutide.

Smart city startup program eyes resilience and public safety

As our cities continue to grow in size and complexity, there is also a growing demand for technology and innovations that keep infrastructure, services, and residents safe. And safety is critical in attracting business, investments and skilled labor.

Op-Ed: Digital surveillance — Australia's Pine Gap and US vs War Crimes?

Sydney - The U.S. Pine Gap base in Australia has been controversial since it was built, during the later Cold War. The question is whether Australia is participating in a system which may qualify as war crimes when civilian casualties are incurred.

South Africa gives go-ahead to rhino horn auction

Johanesburg - A South African court on Sunday gave the go-ahead for an online auction of rhino horns that has outraged conservationists.

Behind olive trees, Spain terror cell's bomb factory

Alcanar - Martine Groby rues the day when she ignored her father who told her: "They are terrorists, take down their number plates.

Review: The 2000's Band makes its world premiere at Mulcahy's Special

Wantagh - On August 19, The 2000's Band made its world debut at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on Long Island, for its first-ever 2000 Night.

Review: Qveen Herby delivers on new solo effort 'EP 1' Special

Amy Noonan of the musical duo Karmin is back stronger than ever as R&B and rap star Qveen Herby. Digital Journal reviews her "EP 1."

Logic circuits designed for extreme environments

Technologists have designed logic circuits for computers designed to function in extreme environments. This type of technology will prove useful in applications like mining and deep sea drilling.

Dutch government reaches post-WWII longevity record

Den Haag - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's cabinet has become the longest serving in the Netherlands since World War II, a milestone reached in large part because of dragged-out talks to form a viable coalition government.

Spain attacks: The imam who 'ate up the brains' of youths

Ripollet - In a little Spanish town by the Pyrenees mountains, a Moroccan imam has come under intense scrutiny, accused of creating the terror cell that allegedly launched the twin attacks in Spain.

Saudi says Qatar blocks planes from transporting pilgrims

Riyadh - Qatar has blocked Saudi planes from transporting hajj pilgrims, Saudi state media said Sunday, after Riyadh reopened the border despite a major diplomatic crisis roiling the Gulf.

Merkel says Turkey must not 'misuse' Interpol in writer's case

Berlin - Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday she was glad a Spanish court had ordered the conditional release of a Turkish-German writer wanted by Ankara and warned Turkey not to "misuse" Interpol to pursue its critics."That's not on.

Mike DelGuidice talks about joining Billy Joel's live band Special

Huntington - Big Shot lead singer Mike DelGuidice sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his August 18 concert at The Paramount in Huntington.

Op-Ed: Five bands that deserve to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

This October, the nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2018 will be announced. Digital Journal lists five bands that deserve to be considered.

400 Viking objects stolen in Norway museum heist

Oslo - Some 400 Viking objects were stolen from a Norwegian museum at some time over the weekend of August 11-13, the museum's director said Sunday, describing the loss as "immeasurable".

Colombians combat stress with 'Day of Laziness'

Itagui - Colombians in the city of Itagui hauled mattresses and hammocks into the streets Sunday to mark the annual "World Laziness Day," a quirky effort to urge overstressed workers to slow down.

Trump to address nation on new Afghan strategy

Washington - President Donald Trump will announce his decision on America's strategy in Afghanistan in an address to US troops and the nation Monday night, almost 16 years after the war began.

Lula seeks political rebirth where he began: among the people

Feira De Santana - The very thought that Lula might go to prison causes Maria Helena da Conceicao to break into tears. To her, the former Brazilian president is much more than just a politician facing corruption charges and fighting to regain power.
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