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Haptic interfaces have been readily adopted because of their intuitive ease of use and convenience.
by International Union of Crystallography
12.9.2016
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In science, sometimes the best discoveries come when you're exploring something else entirely.
by NIST
12.9.2016
10:00am
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Throwing a perfect strike in virtual bowling doesn't require your gaming system to precisely track the position and orientation of your swinging arm.
by NIST
12.8.2016
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Piezoelectric sensors measure changes in pressure, acceleration, temperature, strain or force and are used in a vast array of devices important to everyday life.
by University of Missouri, Columbia
12.8.2016
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EPFL scientists have developed a new perovskite material with unique properties that can be used to build next-generation hard drives.
by EPFL
12.7.2016
11:00am
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A recent article published in IEEE Intelligent Systems highlights the requirements the IoT will place on search engines and brings together the latest research being carried out in this field.
by University of Surrey
12.7.2016
10:00am
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Researchers argue that white men not only write most of history; they write the Big Data algorithms used to research history. They’re working to balance the equation.
by Jane Glasser
12.5.2016
8:44am
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CycleCloud V6 offers a variety of new features that lead to greater flexibility.
by Cycle Computing
12.5.2016
8:43am
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The new device should facilitate the construction of complex quantum computers.
by Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw
12.5.2016
8:43am
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Ultrashort bursts of electrons have several important applications in scientific imaging, but producing them has typically required a costly, power-hungry apparatus about the size of a car.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
12.5.2016
8:43am
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A new light-based technique is making it more practical to create secure, invisible watermarks that can be used to detect and prosecute counterfeiting.
by The Optical Society
12.5.2016
8:42am
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New research indicates that the multitasking needed to process that readily available information may slow down the brain's response time.
by University of Central Florida
12.5.2016
8:42am
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Growing need for efficient data management in various industries in parallel to rising awareness regarding technological advancements are reasons accelerating growth rate of the market.
by Future Market Insights
11.28.2016
9:26am
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Most of the extra heat trapped by human-generated emissions is ending up in the oceans.
by University of Washington
11.28.2016
9:25am
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Quantum computers promise huge speedups on some computational problems because they harness a strange physical property called entanglement.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
11.28.2016
9:20am
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The liquid cooling installation’s estimated completion date is early 2017.
by CoolIT Systems
11.28.2016
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An electron revolves around itself, somewhat like a spinning top.
by Polytechnique Montreal
11.28.2016
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This innovative supercapacitor allows charging to be completed using thermal energy in addition to the traditional electrical charging method for capacitors.
by Texas A&M University
11.28.2016
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Stanford geophysicists have compiled the most detailed maps yet of the geologic forces controlling the locations, types and magnitudes of earthquakes in Texas and Oklahoma.
by Stanford's School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences
11.28.2016
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Most of us know pectin as a key ingredient for making delicious jellies and jams, not as a component for a complex hybrid device that links biological and electronic systems
by American Institute of Physics
11.28.2016
9:12am
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Today’s industrial robots are very well aligned with repeatable processes.
by Craig Schlenoff, Working Group Chair, IEEE 1872™-2015; Group Leader, Cognition and Collaboration Group, NIST
11.21.2016
8:50am
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Inspur also presented its 6-node design for the D1000 deep learning appliance.
by Inspur
11.21.2016
8:46am
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Dell EMC announced new high performance computing cloud offerings, software, systems and customer success, continuing its focus on democratizing HPC for enterprises of all sizes.
by Dell EMC
11.21.2016
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The elements that thereby develop would be substantially smaller than today's tiniest computer chip components
by HZDR Dresden
11.21.2016
8:37am
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Creating software that can understand not only the meaning of words but also the contextual relationships between them is no simple task.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
11.21.2016
8:37am
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Controlling the flow of heat through semiconductor materials is an important challenge in developing smaller and faster computer chips.
by University of California - Riverside
11.21.2016
8:36am
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InFlo works by assessing gene activity levels in tissue samples and predicting corresponding protein levels.
by Case Western Reserve University
11.21.2016
8:35am
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Quantum computing is about to get more complex.
by Cell Press
11.21.2016
8:35am
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Information extraction — or automatically classifying data items stored as plain text — is thus a major topic of artificial-intelligence research.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
11.21.2016
8:35am
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Large-scale plasma simulation is an increasingly demanding area of computational physics with applications in a variety of research and industries.
by Linda Barney
11.14.2016
9:17am
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A giant, fully operational 16-bit computer that aims to demystify the strange and seemingly magical mechanisms of computation has been built by students and staff from the University of Bristol.
by University of Bristol
11.14.2016
9:08am
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Proteins are the molecular workhorses of biology--they carry out the instructions written in the genetic code.
by Van Andel Research Institute
11.14.2016
9:03am
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MAGNDATA is intended to be a benchmark and starting point for a complete database of magnetic structures.
by International Union of Crystallography
11.14.2016
9:01am
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Data scientists at Recursion evaluate hundreds of genetic diseases, ranging from one evaluation per month to thousands in the same time frame.
by Continuum Analytics
11.14.2016
9:00am
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The team designed its technique to manipulate neutral atoms, which carry no electrical charge.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
11.14.2016
8:59am
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These new solutions and software allow clients to store their valuable data where it makes the best business sense.
by IBM
11.14.2016
8:59am
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Stony Brook will use Bright OpenStack to automatically create an entire OpenStack environment with just a few clicks.
by Bright Computing
11.14.2016
8:59am
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There is always something exciting happening in the world of HPC as emerging technologies make their appearance and innovators like Dell EMC lead the way.
by the editors of Scientific Computing/HPC Source
11.14.2016
8:58am
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HPC Source is an interactive publication devoted exclusively to coverage of the frontiers of knowledge, science, and technology.
by HPC Source
11.10.2016
2:05pm
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Dynamic programming offers exponential speedups on a certain class of problems because it stores and reuses the results of computations.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
11.7.2016
9:17am
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