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Majority of Engineers Believe They Will Become Millionaires, Study Says
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Majority of Engineers Believe They Will Become Millionaires, Study Says

Engineers are pretty stoked, says a recent survey commissioned by an engineer-services company.

The U.S. Government Wants 6,000 New 'Cyber Warriors' by 2016
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The U.S. Government Wants 6,000 New 'Cyber Warriors' by 2016

The Pentagon plans to triple its cybersecurity staff by 2016, U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced recently.

Tech Employment and Consulting at Historic Highs, Government Says
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Tech Employment and Consulting at Historic Highs, Government Says

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says the IT unemployment rate has dipped to 2.7 percent, well below the nationwide average of 6.7 percent for all jobs. At...

Companies Say No to Having an HR Department
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Companies Say No to Having an HR Department

Companies seeking flat management structures and more accountability for employees are frequently taking steps to streamline their HR departments, often with...

The Truth About Google X
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The Truth About Google X

Astro Teller is sharing a story about something bad. Or maybe it's something good.

World Cup Mind-Control Demo Faces Deadlines, Critics
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World Cup Mind-Control Demo Faces Deadlines, Critics

In less than 60 days, Brazil will begin hosting soccer's 2014 World Cup, even though workers are still hurrying to pour concrete at three unfinished stadiums.

Proposals Sought for Next-Generation Supercomputing Technologies
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Proposals Sought for Next-Generation Supercomputing Technologies

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science and the National Nuclear Security Administration have issued a request for proposals to further develop "extreme...

Researchers Bolster Development of Programmable Quantum Computers
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Researchers Bolster Development of Programmable Quantum Computers

University of Chicago researchers and their colleagues at University College London have performed a proof-of-concept experiment that will aid the future development...

The New Academic Celebrity
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The New Academic Celebrity

Back in 1991, a New York Times Magazine writer, Anne Matthews, described Andrew Ross, a doyen of American studies, strolling through the Modern Language Association...

Device Turns Flat Surface Into Spherical Antenna
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Device Turns Flat Surface Into Spherical Antenna

By depositing an array of tiny, metallic, U-shaped structures onto a dielectric material, a team of researchers in China has created a new artificial surface...

Bend It, Charge It, Dunk It: Graphene, the Material of Tomorrow
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Bend It, Charge It, Dunk It: Graphene, the Material of Tomorrow

I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.

4 Amazing Things NASA Invented, and 4 You Think It Did
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4 Amazing Things NASA Invented, and 4 You Think It Did

NASA is everywhere.

New 'Switch' Could Power Quantum Computing
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New 'Switch' Could Power Quantum Computing

A light lattice that traps atoms may help scientists build networks of quantum information transmitters.

U.K. Giving Cold Shoulder to Foreign STEM Students
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U.K. Giving Cold Shoulder to Foreign STEM Students

Noting a declining number of foreign students in STEM courses, the Lords Science and Technology Committee accused the David Cameron government of creating an unwelcoming...

Stanford Medical Technology Exposes Hidden Maladies of Sculptor Auguste Rodin's Celebrated Hands
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Stanford Medical Technology Exposes Hidden Maladies of Sculptor Auguste Rodin's Celebrated Hands

One has a ganglion cyst.

Conference Shows High School Girls Their Scientific Future
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Conference Shows High School Girls Their Scientific Future

Nearly 400 high school girls from the Chicago area will attend the 27th annual Science Careers in Search of Women conference this week at the U.S. Department...

Call of Cyber Duty: Military Academies Take on NSA
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Call of Cyber Duty: Military Academies Take on NSA

If Douglas MacArthur or Ulysses S. Grant went to the U.S. Military Academy today, they might be testing their defensive skills hunched in front of a computer screen...

Hard Disk Pioneer Stuart Parkin Wins Millennium Prize
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Hard Disk Pioneer Stuart Parkin Wins Millennium Prize

Prof Stuart Parkin developed a type of data-reading head capable of detecting weaker and smaller signals than had previously been possible.

Supreme Court Weighing When Online Speech Becomes Illegal Threat
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Supreme Court Weighing When Online Speech Becomes Illegal Threat

When does an online threat become worthy of criminal prosecution?
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