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Microscopy: Hasten High Resolution
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Microscopy: Hasten High Resolution

The best electron and scanning probe microscopes today can resolve individual atoms and chemical bonds.

Researchers Develop Efficient Method to Produce Nanoporous Metals
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Researchers Develop Efficient Method to Produce Nanoporous Metals

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology researchers have developed a cost-effective way to manufacture nanoporous...

College Diplomas, With a Side of Specialized Study
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College Diplomas, With a Side of Specialized Study

Recent college graduates, especially those in the liberal arts and political sciences, increasingly are turning to coding boot camps, online courses, and community...

Drone Pilot Wanted: Starting Salary $100,000
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Drone Pilot Wanted: Starting Salary $100,000

Big companies, such as Amazon and Facebook, are looking for pilots who fly drones and engineers with experience in building the unmanned aircraft. And they are...

U.S. Attracting Fewer Educated, Highly Skilled Migrants
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U.S. Attracting Fewer Educated, Highly Skilled Migrants

A new study of worldwide migration based on social media data from LinkedIn shows a sharp drop-off in the proportion of professional workers migrating to the United...

Innovative Supercomputers Increase U.S. Computational Capacity
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Innovative Supercomputers Increase U.S. Computational Capacity

The U.S. National Science Foundation has committed $16 million to build two new supercomputers with cloud-based and data-intensive capabilities for use by the open...

Venture Money Pours into Robotics Startups
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Venture Money Pours into Robotics Startups

Robots are creating work for at least one kind of human: venture capitalists.

US Regulators Move on Thought-Controlled Prosthetics
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US Regulators Move on Thought-Controlled Prosthetics

For the first time since accidents severed the neural connection between their brains and limbs, a small number of patients are reaching out and feeling the world...

Data Science Students Take Aim at Human Trafficking
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Data Science Students Take Aim at Human Trafficking

Two Creighton University graduate students are using their study of computer science, international relations, and "fuzzy math" to combat one of the world's most...

A Better Beagle: $2 Million Supercomputer Upgrade Will Boost Biomedical Research
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A Better Beagle: $2 Million Supercomputer Upgrade Will Boost Biomedical Research

A peak performance of 250 teraflops makes the Beagle-2 a unique resource for cutting-edge genomics, cell biology, and more.

How to Teach Self-Driving Cars Ethics of the Road
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How to Teach Self-Driving Cars Ethics of the Road

A large truck speeding in the opposite direction suddenly veers into your lane.​

A 3-D, Talking Map Helps the Blind (and Everyone Else)
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A 3-D, Talking Map Helps the Blind (and Everyone Else)

Developers at the University at Buffalo's IDeA Center and their partners have built and tested 3-D maps that vocalize building information and directions when touched...

Workers in Silicon Valley Weigh In on Obama's Immigration Order
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Workers in Silicon Valley Weigh In on Obama's Immigration Order

Silicon Valley's constant stream of new apps and services depends on hundreds of thousands of foreign-born engineers to help create them.

Automation Makes Us Dumb
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Automation Makes Us Dumb

Artificial intelligence has arrived.

Is Interstellar's Science So Stellar?
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Is Interstellar's Science So Stellar?

Berkeley Lab astrophysicist David Schlegel weighs in on the real and unreal science in the new Hollywood film Interstellar.

Scanning Robot Helps Put Insect Collections Online
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Scanning Robot Helps Put Insect Collections Online

A robot capable of scanning a tray of insect specimens in a few minutes will help make the virtual images and tagging information available to the public online...

10 Hottest IT Skills for 2015
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10 Hottest IT Skills for 2015

The pace of job growth in IT may be slowing down, but it's still moving at a strong clip.

Baidu's Andrew Ng on Deep Learning and Innovation in Silicon Valley
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Baidu's Andrew Ng on Deep Learning and Innovation in Silicon Valley

Six months ago, Chinese Internet-search giant Baidu signaled its ambitions to innovate by opening an artificial-intelligence center in Silicon Valley, in Google's...

New 2-D Quantum Materials for Nanoelectronics
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New 2-D Quantum Materials for Nanoelectronics

Researchers at MIT say they have carried out a theoretical analysis showing that a family of two-dimensional materials exhibits exotic quantum properties that...

LLNL Scientist Develops Uncrackable Code for Nuclear Weapons
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LLNL Scientist Develops Uncrackable Code for Nuclear Weapons

Mark Hart, a scientist and engineer in Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) Defense Technologies Division, has developed a new approach for ensuring...
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