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Plumbing the Possibilities of 'Seeing Around Corners'
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Plumbing the Possibilities of 'Seeing Around Corners'

Researchers at the Morgridge Institute for Research and University of Wisconsin-Madison are working to optimize a camera capable of snapping pictures around corners...

Portable Device Produces Biopharmaceuticals On Demand
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Portable Device Produces Biopharmaceuticals On Demand

The portable microbioreactor system is designed to use microbes for manufacturing small amounts of vaccines and other therapies.

Virtual Reality: The Hype, the Problems and the Promise
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Virtual Reality: The Hype, the Problems and the Promise

I'm sitting in the dark. It's pitch black, apart from a circular spot of light on the wall in front of me.

Inside Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter's Latest Production
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Inside Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter's Latest Production

At Human Longevity Inc. (HLI) in La Jolla, California, more than two dozen machines work around the clock, sequencing one human genome every 15 minutes at a cost...

Facebook's Really Big Plans for Virtual Reality
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Facebook's Really Big Plans for Virtual Reality

The office building on Facebook Way is in the unfinished style that honors materials like plywood, concrete, and steel.

Now You Too Can Buy Cloud-Based Deep Learning
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Now You Too Can Buy Cloud-Based Deep Learning

Facebook's deep-learning artificial intelligence systems have learned to recognize your friends in your photos, and Google's AI has learned to anticipate what you’ll...

The 2016 Top Programming Languages
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The 2016 Top Programming Languages

IEEE Spectrum has released its third interactive ranking of the most popular programming languages.

Pinkenburg and the GearHeadz
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Pinkenburg and the GearHeadz

Brookhaven physicist Chris Pinkenburg coaches a kids' robotics team for national competitions.

Businesses Can't Afford to Ignore the Human Element of IT, Study Says
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Businesses Can't Afford to Ignore the Human Element of IT, Study Says

Mood and personality play an important role in how companies should manage their IT systems, according to a new study published in the Information Systems Journal...

Could Brain Training Prevent Dementia?
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Could Brain Training Prevent Dementia?

It's been a lousy couple of years for researchers who study the effects of computerized brain training.

It's the Data, Stupid: Why Database Admins Are More Important Than Ever
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It's the Data, Stupid: Why Database Admins Are More Important Than Ever

For those of us who have been in the information technology realm for too long, the title "database administrator" conjures up very specific images.

How to Operate Your Smart Watch with the Same Hand That Wears It
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How to Operate Your Smart Watch with the Same Hand That Wears It

Smart watches aren't exactly models of efficiency—they require one hand to operate while the other wrist wears it. A team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers...

Humans and Robots of the Future
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Humans and Robots of the Future

Researchers at Innopolis University, Russia, surveyed 300 participants of the Russian Robot Olympiad to learn what children, aged 8-25, think about robots, artificial...

Twitter Offers Clues to Stock Performance, Study Shows
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Twitter Offers Clues to Stock Performance, Study Shows

A study by two Johns Hopkins professors shows a strong contemporaneous correlation between the mood of a day's worth of tweets about a particular stock and the...

They Promised Us Jet Packs. They Promised the Bosses Profit.
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They Promised Us Jet Packs. They Promised the Bosses Profit.

Project Foghorn is one of those straight-from-science-fiction concepts we've come to expect from Alphabet, the sprawling conglomerate formerly known as Google.

The Mapping Expert Behind Pokémon Go
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The Mapping Expert Behind Pokémon Go

Over the past couple of weeks, the smartphone game Pokémon Go has more than doubled Nintendo’s share price and reintroduced the Pokémon Co.’s digital monsters to...

10 Percent of Computer Science Graduates Unable to Find Work
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10 Percent of Computer Science Graduates Unable to Find Work

Computer science graduates are still at the top of the U.K.'s higher education unemployment rankings, according to the latest figures compiled by the Higher Education...

Taking STEM Education to the Next Level
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Taking STEM Education to the Next Level

Students in the Tri-Cities, Washington State area have more opportunities to get pumped about STEM thanks to a host of education organizations and programs supported...

Companies Are Flooding Earth's Orbit with Satellites, but No One's Directing Traffic
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Companies Are Flooding Earth's Orbit with Satellites, but No One's Directing Traffic

Companies around the globe are launching an increasing number of satellites, crowding Earth's orbit in an effort to satisfy the ravenous on-demand desire for more...
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