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2-D Nanomaterials Unlock Graphene Electronics Applications
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2-D Nanomaterials Unlock Graphene Electronics Applications

Researchers used three different two-dimensional (2-D) materials to construct a voltage-controlled oscillator device that operates at room temperature. The technology...

Darpa Goes Full Tron With Its Grand Battle of the Hack Bots
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Darpa Goes Full Tron With Its Grand Battle of the Hack Bots

On a giant flat-screen TV in an old Emeryville, California warehouse, a floating orb fires red, blue, pink, and yellow beams into a honeycomb of hexagonal blocks...

NASA Will Pay You $1.5 Million to Build the Next Rover
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NASA Will Pay You $1.5 Million to Build the Next Rover

In June, NASA invited a small horde of robots and their makers to Massachusetts to compete for a chance to win as much as $1.5 million.

Expert: Tesla Driverless Car Death Not Surprising, Expect More
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Expert: Tesla Driverless Car Death Not Surprising, Expect More

The number of fatalities associated with autonomous systems such as driverless cars will increase as more are used, says automation expert Timothy Carone of the...

Spurning Tech Jobs With Six-Figure Salaries
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Spurning Tech Jobs With Six-Figure Salaries

Software developers in their 20s are now treated like celebrities in pop culture. Surprisingly, the fame and fortune of internet entrepreneurs has done little to...

How Amazon Triggered a Robot Arms Race
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How Amazon Triggered a Robot Arms Race

An Amazon warehouse is a flurry of activity.

Europe Will Spend €1 Billion to Turn Quantum Physics Into Quantum Technology
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Europe Will Spend €1 Billion to Turn Quantum Physics Into Quantum Technology

European quantum physicists have done some amazing things over the past few decades: sent single photons to Earth orbit and back, created quantum bits that will...

Supercomputers Will Play Major Role in Cancer Moonshot Initiative
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Supercomputers Will Play Major Role in Cancer Moonshot Initiative

High performance supercomputers will play a major role in the Cancer Moonshot initiative, the U.S. effort to double the rate of progress in cancer prevention, diagnosis...

DARPA Integrates Network of Space Sensors to Help Avoid Collisions in Space
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DARPA Integrates Network of Space Sensors to Help Avoid Collisions in Space

DARPA's OrbitOutlook (O2) program is looking to improve space safety by collecting data on man-made space debris from military and commercial space surveillance...

Researchers Sue the Government Over Computer Hacking Law
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Researchers Sue the Government Over Computer Hacking Law

In the age of big data analytics, the proprietary algorithms web sites use to determine what data to display to visitors have the potential to illegally discriminate...

Obama Administration Releases $150M in Grants for TechHire
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Obama Administration Releases $150M in Grants for TechHire

The Obama administration has issued $150 million in grants for 39 technology-related partnerships in 25 states and Washington, D.C. Awardees will use this money...

Trump's Secret Data Reversal
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Trump's Secret Data Reversal

Donald Trump has dismissed political data operations as "overrated," but his campaign is now bolstering its online fundraising and digital outreach by turning to...

How Non-Techies Can Get a Master's Degree in Computer Science
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How Non-Techies Can Get a Master's Degree in Computer Science

Northeastern University's ALIGN program is creating a pipeline of graduates with a master's degree in computer science by drawing upon undergraduates with degrees...

Bridge to Coveted Electronic Properties
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Bridge to Coveted Electronic Properties

A new tabletop laser system achieves sought-after energies needed for advanced characterization of electronic properties with unprecedented precision and range.

Engineers to Use Cyborg Insects as Biorobotic Sensing Machines
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Engineers to Use Cyborg Insects as Biorobotic Sensing Machines

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis are using a locust's sense of smell to develop new biorobotic sensing devices.

Tech Graduates in Demand Amid Skills Shortage
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Tech Graduates in Demand Amid Skills Shortage

Even before the ink had dried on her thesis, Deirdre Corr had a dilemma: which job offer should she take up? She wasn't alone.

Intel Outside as Other Companies Prosper from AI Chips
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Intel Outside as Other Companies Prosper from AI Chips

Back in 1997, Andy Grove, then chief executive officer of Intel, became one of the first corporate titans to embrace the teachings of Harvard Business School professor...

Data Centers Continue to Proliferate While Their Energy Use Plateaus
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Data Centers Continue to Proliferate While Their Energy Use Plateaus

A new report from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has found that electricity consumption by data centers in the United States, after rising rapidly for more...

Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You've Ever Seen
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Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You've Ever Seen

Boris Sofman taps his phone, and the robot on the conference room table in front of him wakes up. Not in that gadget-y way, like when a laptop screen turns on,...

This Message Will Self-Destruct
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This Message Will Self-Destruct

Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed an electron-beam writing technique that allows for nanoscale engineering of future graphene-based...
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