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Dusting for Cyber Fingerprints: Using Coding Style to Identify Anonymous Programmers
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Dusting for Cyber Fingerprints: Using Coding Style to Identify Anonymous Programmers

Using layout, lexical, and syntactic features of computer code, experts can identify the person who created a strain of malware the same way police would use...

Year Zero: Our Life Timelines Begin
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Year Zero: Our Life Timelines Begin

In 10 years, every human connected to the Internet will have a timeline.

Twenty-Five Teams to Participate in DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals
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Twenty-Five Teams to Participate in DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals

Twenty-five teams from the international robotics community will compete for $3.5 million in prizes in the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, a test of capabilities ...

Robo-Rescuers Battle It Out in Disaster Challenge
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Robo-Rescuers Battle It Out in Disaster Challenge

When the humanoid robot SAFFiR gets a shove, it reflexively moves to maintain its balance. SAFFiR can also walk over uneven terrain, turn its head to scan its surroundings...

SmartGlass Roof Will Cover USA Pavilion at Next World's Fair
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SmartGlass Roof Will Cover USA Pavilion at Next World's Fair

A roof featuring Research Frontiers Inc.'s SPD-SmartGlass technology is being constructed for the USA Pavilion at this year's World's Fair, Expo Milano 2015.

Research Could Lead to More Efficient Electrical Energy Storage
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Research Could Lead to More Efficient Electrical Energy Storage

Lawrence Livermore research has opened a new window toward more efficient electrochemical energy storage systems.

Researchers Report Milestone in Developing Quantum Computer
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Researchers Report Milestone in Developing Quantum Computer

Scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and at Google reported on Wednesdayin the journal Nature that they had made a significant advance that...

China Says Tech Firms Have Nothing to Fear from Anti-Terror Law
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China Says Tech Firms Have Nothing to Fear from Anti-Terror Law

China's proposed anti-terrorism law will not affect the legitimate interests of technology firms, a top Chinese spokeswoman said Wednesday after U.S. President ...

Which Conservation News Gets Shared Online? Cute Animal Photos Help
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Which Conservation News Gets Shared Online? Cute Animal Photos Help

A team led by researchers from the University of Singapore found that news sites have the greatest impact on how popular an online article will be on Facebook...

Grant Will Help STEM Majors Become Teachers
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Grant Will Help STEM Majors Become Teachers

The National Math and Science Initiative has selected the George Washington University to implement UTeach, the undergraduate STEM teacher preparation program...

There Is Actually One Thing You Can Do to Fight the Surveillance Machine
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There Is Actually One Thing You Can Do to Fight the Surveillance Machine

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Get Creative at Your Desk With a Little Playtime
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Get Creative at Your Desk With a Little Playtime

Playing with a geometric puzzle or stress ball at your desk can seem like idle diversion. It may also spark clearer or more creative thinking.

Six Keys to Sports Analytics
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Six Keys to Sports Analytics

The ninth annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC) was the biggest meeting yet of sports-data experts: More than 3,100 people attended the event last...

3-D Printed Parts Provide Low-Cost, Custom Alternatives for Lab Equipment
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3-D Printed Parts Provide Low-Cost, Custom Alternatives for Lab Equipment

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory have found that 3-D printers can be an important tool in laboratory environments...

Black Phosphorous Holds Advantage for Optical Communication, Researchers Say
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Black Phosphorous Holds Advantage for Optical Communication, Researchers Say

Researchers from the University of Minnesota used an ultrathin black phosphorus film to demonstrate high-speed data communication on nanoscale optical circuits...

An Uneasy Relationship Between Telecom and Tech
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An Uneasy Relationship Between Telecom and Tech

For the next four days, a sprawling conference center here will become the global hub for the telecommunications and technology industries.

Arcade-Style 'Snake Invasion' Brings Campus Tradition Online
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Arcade-Style 'Snake Invasion' Brings Campus Tradition Online

"St. Pat's Snake Invasion," an arcade-style video game connected with a 107-year-old campus tradition, is now accessible from the Missouri S&T website.

Pentagon Shops in Silicon Valley for Game Changers
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Pentagon Shops in Silicon Valley for Game Changers

A small group of high-ranking Pentagon officials made a quiet visit to Silicon Valley in December to solicit national security ideas from start-up firms with little...

Software Links School Technology and Strategies to Student Achievement
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Software Links School Technology and Strategies to Student Achievement

BrightBytes has developed data-analytics software for schools that links the implementation of classroom technologies, and other strategies, to student achievement...

Virtual Creatures in a Box, Controlled by You
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Virtual Creatures in a Box, Controlled by You

A Canadian startup is working to make monsters, fish, and other creatures seem to come alive inside a tabletop box.
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