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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
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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
10:00am
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Methane is less prevalent in the atmosphere than fellow greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2), but it presents more difficult challenges for researchers attempting to study it.
by CalTech
2.17.2017
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A better method might gauge subtle pressure changes at the surface of your skin above one of the main wrist arteries – the radial artery – without regularly cutting off your circulation.
by NIST
2.17.2017
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Mobile phones and computers use electromagnetic waves to send and receive information — they’re what enable our devices to upload photos and download apps.
by UCLA
2.16.2017
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There are many powerful techniques for doing data reduction, and CODAR researchers are studying various approaches.
by Argonne National Laboratory
2.16.2017
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A research project is investigating how to model and compute wind and view by using computational mathematics in order to find suitable sites on which to position buildings.
by Chalmers University
2.15.2017
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Scientists across the country will use Cheyenne to study phenomena ranging from wildfires and seismic activity to gusts that generate power at wind farms.
by NCAR
2.15.2017
10:00am
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The language of computers is written in just two symbols – ones and zeroes, meaning yes or no.
by Argonne National Laboratory
2.10.2017
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The once-small community of drone hobbyists has transformed into a worldwide phenomenon.
by Brandon Stark, University of California-Merced, The Conversation
2.10.2017
2:49pm
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Smartwatches aren't the easiest things to control, with their small screens and owner't bulky fingers.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
2.10.2017
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With 2000 qubits and new control features, the new system can solve larger problems than was previously possible.
by D-Wave
2.9.2017
11:00am
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Deep learning is transforming the businesses of leading consumer Web and mobile application companies.
by IBM
2.9.2017
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Richter and Zhao came together in the Media Lab after realizing they shared similar interests in developing “persuasive” technologies that helped people live healthier and more sustainably.
by Rob Matheson, MIT News Office
2.8.2017
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Imaging very small materials takes not only great skill on the part of the microscopist, but also great instruments and techniques.
by Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology
2.8.2017
10:00am
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Technology often hits the market at the speed of innovation and we play catch up with its impacts.
by Karen Bartleson, 2017 IEEE President and CEO
2.6.2017
9:57am
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The authors note that their findings can guide policy makers in setting guidelines for how much lead time a driver will need before taking over from the automation.
by Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
2.2.2017
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3D holograms, which often appear in science fiction films, are a familiar technology to the public, but holograms in movies are created with computer graphic effects.
by KAIST
2.2.2017
11:00am
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The research shows how artificial intelligence (AI) can help human researchers in fields such as oncology and regenerative medicine.
by Tufts University
2.2.2017
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Things become particularly thrilling when so-called "quantum emitters" are coupled to the light field.
by Vienna University of Technology
2.1.2017
11:00am
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The researchers first used standard biostatistics routines to identify the 100 most statistically significant protein families that differentiate health and disease states.
by UCSD
2.1.2017
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During the etching process, a piece of silicon is placed in a chamber and immersed within a thin layer of plasma, about two centimeters wide.
by DOE/Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
2.1.2017
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Ferroelectrics are a useful type of material that is found in capacitors that are used in sensors, as well as computer memory and RFID cards.
by Argonne National Laboratory
1.30.2017
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Compilers are programs that convert computer code written in high-level languages intelligible to humans into low-level instructions executable by machines.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
1.30.2017
8:37am
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The discovery, if commercialized, could lead to faster test results for HIV, Lyme disease, syphilis, rotavirus and other infectious conditions.
by University of Central Florida
1.30.2017
8:34am
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Minimizing air resistance and friction with snow is key to elite performance in downhill skiing.
by University of Tsukuba
1.30.2017
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The age of big data has seen a host of new techniques for analyzing large data sets
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
1.30.2017
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Surface plasmon polaritons are collective electron oscillations on a metal surface coupled to an electromagnetic field.
by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
1.30.2017
8:32am
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The research group developed and tested the photonic chip until it achieved extreme efficiency.
by Kenny Walter, Digital Reporter
1.30.2017
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Smartphones, tablets and similar devices could soon have a safer power source.
by Ryan Bushey, Digital Editor
1.23.2017
8:47am
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The patterns that emerged from the automated analysis of 35 million articles ranged from the detection of major events, to the subtle variations in gender bias across the decades.
by University of Bristol
1.20.2017
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The model was calibrated on a dataset of zebrafish swimming in 3D acquired by Porfiri's group through a novel tracking framework.
by NYU Tandon School of Engineering
1.20.2017
10:00am
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The bioreactors of the future are water droplets with culture medium suspended in a carrier liquid with which they are immiscible (usually this is oil).
by Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
1.19.2017
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The device works through the interaction of confined THz waves in a novel slot waveguide with tunable, two-dimensional electron gas.
by Tufts University
1.19.2017
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Device makers simply design a standard Intel Compute Card slot into their device and then utilize the best Intel Compute Card for their performance and price needs.
by Intel
1.19.2017
10:00am
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Originally found as part of the immune system of the Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria, CRISPR associated protein 9 (CAS9), in its native state, recognizes foreign DNA sequences and disables them.
by University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center
1.18.2017
11:00am
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The complexity of neural networks makes them difficult to analyze, but manmade computing systems should be simpler to understand
by PLOS
1.18.2017
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The healthcare industry forecasts that our wellbeing in the future will be monitored by wearable wirelessly networked sensors.
by KAUST
1.13.2017
11:00am
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A team of international scientists have found a way to make memory chips perform computing tasks.
by Nanyang Technological University
1.13.2017
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A team of researchers developed a way to manufacture microscale-sized machines from biomaterials that can safely be implanted in the body.
by Columbia University School of Engineering
1.12.2017
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