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Research Finds Places Where Tech Jobs and Affordable Housing Intersect
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Research Finds Places Where Tech Jobs and Affordable Housing Intersect

U.S. tech workers end the month with thousands more in disposable income in Seattle than San Francisco after paying for housing and income taxes, according to a...

Research Leads to a Golden Discovery for Wearable Technology
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Research Leads to a Golden Discovery for Wearable Technology

Researchers have developed a way to "grow" thin layers of gold on single crystal wafers of silicon, remove the gold foils, and use them as substrates on which to...

Security for Multirobot Systems
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Security for Multirobot Systems

Researchers have developed a technique for preventing malicious hackers from commandeering robot teams' communication networks.

Flatiron Institute to Repurpose SDSC's 'Gordon' Supercomputer
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Flatiron Institute to Repurpose SDSC's 'Gordon' Supercomputer

The Flatiron Institute will use the majority of the data-intensive Gordon supercomputer at San Diego Supercomputer Center for ongoing research following completion...

Program Trains Returning Vets for Engineering Jobs
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Program Trains Returning Vets for Engineering Jobs

The Vets to Tech program creates a workforce pipeline by giving veteran students skills training, paid internships, and a gateway to future employment.

Research Examines Susceptibility to Cyberattacks Through Brain Activity, Eye Gaze
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Research Examines Susceptibility to Cyberattacks Through Brain Activity, Eye Gaze

Researchers are using neuroimaging to observe what happens in Internet users' brains when they encounter malware warnings or malicious websites.

John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code
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John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code

Silicon Valley finally understands the essential role of design.

Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight
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Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight

With high-resolution retinal prosthesis built from nanowires and wireless electronics, engineers are one step closer to restoring neurons' ability to respond to...

Are Teenagers Replacing Drugs With Smartphones?
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Are Teenagers Replacing Drugs With Smartphones?

Amid an opioid epidemic, the rise of deadly synthetic drugs and the widening legalization of marijuana, a curious bright spot has emerged in the youth drug culture...

High-Precision Calculations Help Reveal the Physics of the Universe
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High-Precision Calculations Help Reveal the Physics of the Universe

Argonne researchers have developed a new theoretical approach, suited for high-performance computing systems, capable of making predictive calculations about particle...

Two Radio Signals, One Chip, Open a New World for Wireless Communication
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Two Radio Signals, One Chip, Open a New World for Wireless Communication

Cornell University engineers have devised a method for transmitting and receiving radio signals on a single chip, which could ultimately help change the way wireless...

Want to Make It as a Biologist? Better Learn to Code
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Want to Make It as a Biologist? Better Learn to Code

Graduate programs realize that computer scientists aren't the only ones who need computational skills, and they're correcting the issue — slowly. 

Car Wars
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Car Wars

The stakes are impossibly high. Self-driving cars are arguably the great technological promise of the 21st century.

Toward 'Valleytronic' Devices for Data Storage or Computer Logic Systems
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Toward 'Valleytronic' Devices for Data Storage or Computer Logic Systems

Researchers have discovered a new way of using laser light to tune electronic energy levels in two-dimensional films of crystal.

$50M Endowment Establishes the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering
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$50M Endowment Establishes the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering

A $50 million endowment will elevate Computer Science & Engineering from a department to a school named for Paul G. Allen at the University of Washington.

This Entrepreneur Dares You to Hack His Gadgets
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This Entrepreneur Dares You to Hack His Gadgets

Serial entrepreneur Andrew "Bunnie" Huang believes that consumer product companies should make their hardware designs publicly available so that anyone can study...

Robot Uses Social Feedback to Fetch Objects Intelligently
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Robot Uses Social Feedback to Fetch Objects Intelligently

An algorithm developed at Brown University allows robots ask questions to get better at fetching objects, an important task for future robot assistants.

Using Game Theory to Predict Cyberattacks
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Using Game Theory to Predict Cyberattacks

A new game theory algorithm could one day help detect election tampering.

Reducing Conducting Thin Film Surface Roughness for Electronics
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Reducing Conducting Thin Film Surface Roughness for Electronics

In a advance for microelectronics, University of Massachusetts Amherst engineers have established electrical surface treatment of conducting thin films as a physical...

Hiring Data Creates Risk of Workplace Bias
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Hiring Data Creates Risk of Workplace Bias

Employers increasingly rely on datasets and algorithms to decide who gets interviewed, hired, or promoted. But algorithms that rely on inaccurate, biased, or unrepresentative...
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