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It's an age-old astronomical truth: To resolve smaller and smaller physical details of distant celestial objects, scientists need larger and larger light-collecting mirrors.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
7.27.2016
10:00am
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Bitcoin makes it possible to transfer value between two individuals anywhere in the world quickly and at minimal cost.
by Ari Juels and Ittay Eyal, New York University, The Conversation
7.25.2016
8:35am
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The method requires minimal computational resources and can be used in animations.
by UC San Diego
7.25.2016
8:35am
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Facial performance capture, a key component of visual effects for movies and computer games, can be obtained using just a single camera with a new methodology developed by Disney Research.
by Disney Research
7.25.2016
8:34am
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Access to the Wikileaks website in Turkey has been blocked after the group announced, following a failed coup by Turkish military units.
by The Associated Press
7.25.2016
8:34am
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Some concerns around the transition to Open Digital Science refer to attribution and quality assurance, as well as limited awareness of open science and its implications to research.
by Pensoft Publishers
7.25.2016
8:33am
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This novel invention hails a breakthrough in the flexible electronics revolution.
by National University of Singapore
7.25.2016
8:33am
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Previous work for the researchers had included a paper on the minimal geometrical requirements to fabricate microswimmers that operate at low Reynolds numbers.
by American Institute of Physics
7.25.2016
8:32am
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Scientists have now succeeded in generating spin waves with extremely short wavelengths in the nanometer range.
by Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
7.25.2016
8:32am
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Nostrum BioDiscovery will significantly speed up and increase the accuracy of the studies done prior to the commercialization of pharmaceuticals and biotechnological products.
by Barcelona Supercomputing Center
7.18.2016
8:44am
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Filoviruses have devastating effects on people and primates, as evidenced by the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
by Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
7.18.2016
8:39am
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Using computational chemistry, it is possible to characterize the motion of individual atoms of a molecule.
by University of Basel
7.18.2016
8:38am
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The EU's executive branch is already investigating whether Google gives preferential treatment to its own products in its Android operating system.
by The Associated Press
7.18.2016
8:38am
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Auto industry experts predict that more than 50 percent of cars on the road by 2020 will use a relatively new type of fuel-efficient engine.
by American Chemical Society
7.18.2016
8:37am
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A combination of big data analytics and text-mining techniques could improve market intelligence and explain potential mergers and acquisitions of startup companies in the fast-moving high-technology industry.
by University of Texas at Arlington
7.18.2016
8:36am
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To maintain the confidentiality of patient records, healthcare providers implement their own security measures.
by Dartmouth College
7.18.2016
8:36am
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The RTBF law does not require websites to take down the actual web pages containing the unwanted information.
by Keith W. Ross, New York University, The Conversation
7.18.2016
8:34am
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Individuals and corporations spend millions of dollars every year on software that sniffs out potentially dangerous bugs in computer programs.
by NYU Tandon School of Engineering
7.11.2016
9:00am
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Wearable devices can give away your passwords, according to new research.
by Binghamton University
7.11.2016
8:56am
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Anonymity networks protect people living under repressive regimes from surveillance of their Internet use.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
7.11.2016
8:50am
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Aalto University scientists have broken the world record by fourteen fold in the energy resolution of thermal photodetection.
by Aalto University
7.11.2016
8:44am
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Tropical Depression 4E strengthened into a tropical storm as NOAA's GOES-West satellite captured an early daylight image of the storm.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
7.11.2016
8:43am
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Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney believes the first atomic bomb of the cyberwarfare age has already been dropped.
by Bree Fowler, AP Technology Writer
7.11.2016
8:43am
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Facebook is adding to its Messenger app an option for encrypted chats that can only be read on devices where they are sent or received.
by The Associated Press
7.11.2016
8:43am
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We have a roadmap for this approach to technology innovation because it’s the same one the Clinton administration adopted two decades ago for the internet.
by Adam Thierer, George Mason University, The Conversation
7.11.2016
8:42am
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Mimicking nature is not easy, but new insights by researchers could help create a viable artificial system of photosynthesis.
by DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
7.5.2016
9:53am
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Oceans of liquid metallic hydrogen surrounding Jupiter's core would explain its powerful magnetic field.
by Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
7.5.2016
9:36am
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It was the crash the auto industry knew was coming but still feared.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Autos Writer
7.5.2016
9:35am
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How much liability do website owners and other online service providers have for content posted by other people?
by University of Washington
7.5.2016
9:35am
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Researchers have developed low-cost chemical sensors, made from chemically altered carbon nanotubes
by Rob Matheson, MIT News Office
7.5.2016
9:30am
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The biofilm formation on the carbon cloth during the test provides further evidence that the current measured was the result of the bio-chemical reaction taking place.
by World Scientific
7.3.2016
10:00am
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HPC is on the cutting edge of discovery in science and technology as the latest issue of HPC Source demonstrates. This interactive publication is devoted exclusively to the coverage of high-performance computing and has been created as the go to source...
by the editors of Scientific Computing / HPC Source
6.30.2016
10:32am
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Iowa State University and Lomonosov Moscow State University modify GAMESS Code to improve optimization and parallelization.
by Linda Barney
6.27.2016
10:13am
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Astronomers have discovered a vast cloud of high-energy particles called a wind nebula around a rare ultra-magnetic neutron star for the first time.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
6.27.2016
9:54am
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LEDs can both produce light and serve as light sensors.
by Disney Research
6.27.2016
9:46am
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Dell announced advancements to its high performance computing (HPC) portfolio.
by Dell
6.27.2016
9:39am
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When Brian Cresto and his fellow firefighters fly toward a wildfire at just a few hundred feet off the ground, he's scouting for the best spot for them to land when they parachute down.
by Keith Ridler, Associated Press
6.27.2016
9:38am
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Study examines genealogy of the first detected black hole mergers
by University of Chicago
6.27.2016
9:38am
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Several groups have announced that their facial recognition systems have achieved near-perfect accuracy rates.
by University of Washington
6.27.2016
9:37am
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Structure-mapping engine enables computers to reason and learn like humans, including solving moral dilemmas.
by Northwestern Unviersity
6.22.2016
9:39am
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