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Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, with over 232,000 new cases and 55,000 deaths per year worldwide.
by The Optical Society
3.24.2017
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Scientists have revealed for the first time how immature mouse immune cells, called T cells, choose which type of skills they will develop to fight malaria infection.
by Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
3.24.2017
10:00am
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The Pu-238 is produced from neptunium-237 feedstock provided by Idaho National Laboratory.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
3.23.2017
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The new capital will be used to scale the organization's engineering team and get the product in customers' hands.
3.23.2017
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What makes poker much more challenging for artificial intelligence to master is that each player has asymmetrical information about the state of the game.
by American Association for the Advancement of Science
3.23.2017
10:00am
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DataRobot brings data science to the masses.
3.23.2017
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The research is expected to continue to improve over time as the research technology expands to detect features of other eye diseases.
by IBM
3.22.2017
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MIT researchers have devised a way to measure dopamine in the brain much more precisely than previously possible.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
3.22.2017
11:00am
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There is no limit to the need for massive compute power to drive simulations of molecular and atomic systems.
by Matt Gillespie
3.20.2017
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As the world moves toward an era of self-driving cars, Israel is positioning itself to be the Detroit of the future.
by Josef Federman, Associated Press
3.20.2017
9:01am
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The new fibers were developed through a collaboration among material scientists, chemists, biologists, and other specialists.
by David L. Chandler, MIT News Office
3.17.2017
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Self-driving cars could account for 21 million new vehicles sold every year by 2035.
by NYU Tandon School of Engineering
3.17.2017
11:00am
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Existing methods to study RNA-DNA interactions are only capable of analyzing one RNA molecule at a time.
by UC San Diego
3.16.2017
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Early this year, about 30 neuroscientists and computer programmers got together to improve their ability to read the human mind.
by Princeton University
3.16.2017
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The researchers have simplified the design of the sensor because a large bandwidth is not needed.
by Elhuyar Fundazoia
3.15.2017
12:00pm
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The goals were to test massive MIMO spatial multiplexing indoors and improve the understanding of massive MIMO radio channels under mobile conditions with untethered devices.
by University of Bristol
3.15.2017
11:00am
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The computing giant announced it has created the world’s smallest magnet using a single atom.
by IBM
3.13.2017
8:25am
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This acquisition will combine the best-in-class technologies from both companies.
3.13.2017
8:25am
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This approach combines the latest science with technology and artificial intelligence.
3.13.2017
8:21am
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A NASA-led experiment called SnowEx is using five aircraft to test 10 sensors that might one day be used to monitor snow from satellites.
by Dan Elliot, Associated Press
3.10.2017
11:00am
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Those sensors will have to operate at very low powers, in order to extend battery life for months or make do with energy harvested from the environment.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
3.10.2017
10:00am
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Finding new functional materials is always tricky.
by Northwestern University
3.9.2017
11:00am
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The nation operates 99 commercial nuclear power plants, which account for about 20 percent of total U.S. electricity generation.
by Purdue University
3.9.2017
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The Semiconductor Industry Association has estimated that at current rates of increase, computers’ energy requirements will exceed the world’s total power output by 2040.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
3.8.2017
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Many building processes still involve sub-standard working conditions and are not compellingly sustainable.
by ETH Zurich
3.8.2017
10:00am
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IBM’s roadmap to scale practical quantum computers is based on a holistic approach to advancing all parts of the system.
by IBM
3.6.2017
9:41am
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In recent decades, many scientific discoveries have depended on the analysis of an enormous volume of data.
by UC3M
3.3.2017
11:00am
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The easiest problems require satisfaction of a few rigid constraints.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
3.3.2017
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MIT chemical engineers have developed an extremely sensitive detector that can track single cells’ secretion of dopamine.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
3.2.2017
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The new Space Environment In-Situ Suite (SEISS) instrument onboard NOAA's GOES-16 is working and successfully sending data back to Earth.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
3.2.2017
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The consumption of renewable energy from sources other than hydropower is estimated to have grown by 11.8 percent in 2016 and will rise another 11.1 percent in 2017.
3.1.2017
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The recent addition of three powerful cryo-electron microscopes enables scientists to see the structure of molecules that are one-ten-thousandth the width of a human hair.
3.1.2017
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It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the marketing hype these days around “big data".
by Scientific Computing
2.24.2017
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Jupiter is the first U.S. community hospital to adopt Watson for Oncology, which will go live at the facility in the beginning of March.
2.24.2017
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Biomedical research generates unprecedented volumes of rapidly evolving data every day.
2.24.2017
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Today´s digital electronics are dominated by integrated circuits built by transistors.
by TU Dresden
2.23.2017
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Sorting photos on the computer used to be a tedious job.
by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
2.23.2017
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Eisenbach develops quantum mechanical electronic structure simulations that predict magnetic properties in materials.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2.22.2017
11:00am
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The team constructed a proof-of-principle quantum simulator using a photon - a single particle of light - interacting with another photon.
by Griffith University
2.22.2017
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A number of technology advancements we rely on today started in R&E circles like the ones seen around NSFNET.
by Rod Wilson, Senior Director, External Research, Ciena
2.21.2017
8:34am
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