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Dissolvable Silicon Circuits and Sensors
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Dissolvable Silicon Circuits and Sensors

Electronic devices that dissolve completely in water, leaving behind only harmless end products, are part of a rapidly emerging class of technology pioneered...

Web-Era Trade Schools, Feeding a Need for Code
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Web-Era Trade Schools, Feeding a Need for Code

A new educational institution, the coding boot camp, is quietly emerging as the vocational school for the digital age, devoted to creating software developers.

Where Is the Next Alibaba? A Look at Six Contenders.
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Where Is the Next Alibaba? A Look at Six Contenders.

Chinese companies are starting to spread their wings and head abroad.

Hackers Gather for Cyberwar in an Intense 48-Hour Sim
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Hackers Gather for Cyberwar in an Intense 48-Hour Sim

Locked Shields is among the world's preeminent cyber attack simulations.

High-Tech Pay Gap: Minorities Earn Less in Skilled Jobs
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High-Tech Pay Gap: Minorities Earn Less in Skilled Jobs

Hispanics, Asians, and blacks are not receiving equal pay for equal work in the high-tech industry, according to a recent American Institute for Economic Research...

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Life in Sharp Focus
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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Life in Sharp Focus

This year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry recognizes a milestone in a long tradition, dating back to Galileo, of innovations in scientific instruments that have transformed...

Find Out What Your ZIP Code Predicts You'll Buy
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Find Out What Your ZIP Code Predicts You'll Buy

Where you live says a lot about you—and nobody knows that better than marketeers. Now, though, you can take a glimpse at what they know, using this searchable map...

Paper on Haptic Steering Support Winner of 2014 Human Factors Prize
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Paper on Haptic Steering Support Winner of 2014 Human Factors Prize

The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society has awarded the 2014 Human Factors Prize to the authors of "Should Drivers Be Operating Within an Automation-Free Bandwidth...

Missouri S&T Works to Increase Diversity in Computer Science
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Missouri S&T Works to Increase Diversity in Computer Science

Missouri University of Science and Technology is one of 15 schools selected by the Anita Borg Institute and Harvey Mudd College to participate in a new program...

Why Aren't Product Designers Considering Activity Trackers for Older Adults?
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Why Aren't Product Designers Considering Activity Trackers for Older Adults?

Despite tracking monitors' growing popularity, product designers rarely consider those over 65 to be a viable user group, and new research indicates that the...

When Cybersecurity Threats Come from the Inside
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When Cybersecurity Threats Come from the Inside

AT&T acknowledged earlier this week that in August an employee had gained unauthorized access to some customers' personal data—including Social Security and driver's...

The Weather Channel's Secret: Less Weather, More Clickbait
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The Weather Channel's Secret: Less Weather, More Clickbait

The writers and editors at the Weather Channel's weather.com don’t often talk about the weather.

The Myth of the Lone Genius
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The Myth of the Lone Genius

The computer and the Internet are among the most important inventions of our era, but few people know who created them.

Researchers to Examine Using Autonomous Vehicles to Improve Traffic Flow
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Researchers to Examine Using Autonomous Vehicles to Improve Traffic Flow

Researchers are already thinking about how autonomous vehicles — which could debut on U.S. roadways within a decade — might improve traffic flow and reduce fuel...

Why Astronauts Get the 'Space Stupids'
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Why Astronauts Get the 'Space Stupids'

As he was hurtling into orbit, Cosmonaut Gherman Titov had the distinct feeling that his body was cartwheeling through the air.

Tech Companies Hope to Introduce Coding to 100 Million Students
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Tech Companies Hope to Introduce Coding to 100 Million Students

The CEOs of two dozen major tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, will announce their support on Wednesday for a project by nonprofit Code.org that seeks...

Should We Tailor Difficulty of a School Text to Child's Comfort Level or Make Them Sweat?
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Should We Tailor Difficulty of a School Text to Child's Comfort Level or Make Them Sweat?

"A man who traveled from Liberia to visit family members in Texas tested positive for Ebola on Tuesday, marking the outbreak's first diagnosis outside of Africa...

Women Talk Tech and Science at MIT Panel
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Women Talk Tech and Science at MIT Panel

MIT recently hosted a panel on women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, providing an opportunity for women to discuss their experiences...

Your Phone Screen Just Won the Nobel Prize in Physics
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Your Phone Screen Just Won the Nobel Prize in Physics

You've probably got the fruits of this year’s Nobel laureates' handiwork in your pocket. In fact, if you're reading this on your phone or a relatively recent flat...

Quantum Probe Enhances Electric Field Measurements
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Quantum Probe Enhances Electric Field Measurements

NIST's new method for measuring electric field strength based on the quantum properties of atoms could improve the sensitivity and precision of antennas, sensors...
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