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For First Time, Carbon Nanotube Transistors Outperform Silicon
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For First Time, Carbon Nanotube Transistors Outperform Silicon

University of Wisconsin–Madison materials engineers have created carbon nanotube transistors that outperform state-of-the-art silicon transistors.

NASA Approves 2018 Launch of Mars InSight Mission
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NASA Approves 2018 Launch of Mars InSight Mission

NASA is moving forward with a spring 2018 launch of its InSight mission to study the deep interior of Mars, following final approval this week by the agency's Science...

How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone
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How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone

Want to invisibly spy on 10 iPhone owners without their knowledge? Gather their every keystroke, sound, message and location?

Lincoln Laboratory Lends a 3-D-Printed Hand
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Lincoln Laboratory Lends a 3-D-Printed Hand

Researchers improve the designs for low-cost 3-D-printed arms and hands.

Baidu Follows US Tech Giants and Open Sources Its Deep Learning Tools
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Baidu Follows US Tech Giants and Open Sources Its Deep Learning Tools

Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon have all done it—and now Baidu's doing it, too.

This Is Your Company on Blockchain
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This Is Your Company on Blockchain

You don't have to be an expert on digital currencies like bitcoin to be intrigued by the potential of the technology underlying them. Blockchain, as it’s called...

Printed Graphene Treated With Lasers to Enable Paper Electronics, Devices
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Printed Graphene Treated With Lasers to Enable Paper Electronics, Devices

Researchers used lasers to treat printed graphene electronics and found the process improves conductivity and enables flexible, wearable, and low-cost electronics...

New Cooling Method for Supercomputers to Save Millions of Gallons of Water
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New Cooling Method for Supercomputers to Save Millions of Gallons of Water

Sandia researchers are testing a cooling system expected to save millions of gallons of water annually to cool the lab's computing center in New Mexico.

Computers on the Reef
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Computers on the Reef

Blue spires seem to pop out of the photograph in one place; a patch of bushy forms of pinkish-purple in another.

Revealed: Google's Plan for Quantum Computer Supremacy
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Revealed: Google's Plan for Quantum Computer Supremacy

Somewhere in California, Google is building a device that will usher in a new era for computing.

Three Grand Challenges for Brain Science That Can Be Solved in 10 Years
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Three Grand Challenges for Brain Science That Can Be Solved in 10 Years

One of the great scientific challenges is to understand the human brain.

NASA Symposium: Futuristic Space Exploration Concepts
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NASA Symposium: Futuristic Space Exploration Concepts

Each year, NASA funds a handful of futuristic concepts to push forward the boundaries of space exploration.

Chicago Becomes First City to Launch Array of Things
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Chicago Becomes First City to Launch Array of Things

Chicago this week is installing the first of an eventual 500 nodes for the Array of Things, a "fitness tracker" that will collect data on the city's environment...

Can You Hear Me Now? Spotty Reception in the Heart of Silicon Valley
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Can You Hear Me Now? Spotty Reception in the Heart of Silicon Valley

My phone connection kept dropping out, which didn’t make sense because I was in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Beating Bitcoin Bad Guys
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Beating Bitcoin Bad Guys

Sandia helps federal law enforcement develop a cryptocurrency forensics tools to prevent the use of Bitcoin by criminals.

Pay Attention! Tesla's Autopilot Will Lock Out Lackadaisical Drivers
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Pay Attention! Tesla's Autopilot Will Lock Out Lackadaisical Drivers

Driver-assist functions are coming quickly these days.

The Man Who Created LeapPad Wants To Turn Your Eyes into a Mouse
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The Man Who Created LeapPad Wants To Turn Your Eyes into a Mouse

First came the computer mouse. Then the touchscreen.

G.E., the 124-Year-Old Software Start-Up
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G.E., the 124-Year-Old Software Start-Up

It may not qualify as a lightning-bolt eureka moment, but Jeffrey R. Immelt, chief executive of General Electric, recalls the June day in 2009 that got him thinking...

Graphene Key to Growing 2-D Semiconductor with Extraordinary Properties
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Graphene Key to Growing 2-D Semiconductor with Extraordinary Properties

A newly discovered method for making two-dimensional materials could lead to new electronic properties and their application in next-generation electronics.

Majority of Mathematicians Hail from Just 24 Scientific 'Families'
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Majority of Mathematicians Hail from Just 24 Scientific 'Families'

Most of the world's mathematicians fall into just 24 scientific 'families', one of which dates back to the fifteenth century.
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