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Triboelectric Nanogenerators Boost Mass Spectrometry Performance
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Triboelectric Nanogenerators Boost Mass Spectrometry Performance

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have shown that replacing conventional power supplies with triboelectric nanogenerators can boost the sensitivity...

Computational Models Guide Swarms of Flying Drones
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Computational Models Guide Swarms of Flying Drones

Using principles inspired by bird and insect behavior, University at Buffalo engineers are creating software to enable teams of off-the-shelf drones to work together...

How to Use Dark Matter Detectors to Catch a Uranium Thief
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How to Use Dark Matter Detectors to Catch a Uranium Thief

Physicists thought they had built the detector to rule them all.

Team Develops Nano-Sized Hydrogen Storage System to Increase Efficiency
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Team Develops Nano-Sized Hydrogen Storage System to Increase Efficiency

An interdisciplinary team of researchers have developed an efficient hydrogen storage system that could be a boon for hydrogen-powered vehicles.

To Keep U.S. Jobs, Chip Makers Share a Factory and Pin Hopes on Trump
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To Keep U.S. Jobs, Chip Makers Share a Factory and Pin Hopes on Trump

Nestled at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains here, the IM Flash plant is a paragon of American high-tech manufacturing.

Trump Inspires Encryption Boom in Leaky D.C.
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Trump Inspires Encryption Boom in Leaky D.C.

Poisonous political divisions have spawned an encryption arms race across the Trump administration, as both the president’s advisers and career civil servants scramble...

Wikipedia Computer Bots Fight Just Like Humans
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Wikipedia Computer Bots Fight Just Like Humans

"Benevolent bots" designed to improve articles on Wikipedia have online "fights" over content that can continue for years, researchers have found.

Craig Venter Mapped the Genome. Now He's Trying to Decode Death
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Craig Venter Mapped the Genome. Now He's Trying to Decode Death

The world's most extreme  physical exam starts in the world's plushest exam room, complete with a couch, a private bathroom and a teeming fruit plate.

Furniture Joins the Internet of Things
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Furniture Joins the Internet of Things

Researchers at Texas A&M School of Public Health are connecting workers' desks to study what factors and behavioral prompts improve their activity and health.

Dame Wendy Hall Appointed Regius Professor in Computer Science
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Dame Wendy Hall Appointed Regius Professor in Computer Science

The University of Southampton has announced the appointment of Professor Dame Wendy Hall, a former president of the Association for Computing Machinery, to the...

Most Scientists 'Can't Replicate Studies by Their Peers'
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Most Scientists 'Can't Replicate Studies by Their Peers'

Science is facing a "reproducibility crisis" where more than two-thirds of researchers have tried and failed to reproduce another scientist's experiments, research...

The 'Curious' Robots Searching for the Ocean's Secrets
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The 'Curious' Robots Searching for the Ocean's Secrets

People have been exploring the Earth since ancient times—traversing deserts, climbing mountains, and trekking through forests. But there is one ecological realm...

S&T Researcher Tackles 'Noise' in Next-Generation Phones, Cars
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S&T Researcher Tackles 'Noise' in Next-Generation Phones, Cars

Missouri S&T professor Jun Fan is working to find real-world solutions to the problem of electromagnetic interference inherent in cellphones.

Face It, Meatsack: Pro Gamer Will Be the Only Job Left
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Face It, Meatsack: Pro Gamer Will Be the Only Job Left

Look at economic data closely and the trends aren't pretty: People with elite backgrounds are hoovering up an increasing share of new income and wealth.

Microsoft Research Developing an AI to Put Coders Out of a Job
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Microsoft Research Developing an AI to Put Coders Out of a Job

Microsoft is collaborating with researchers at the University of Cambridge to develop an AI which can turn your descriptions into working code in seconds.

How We Could Close Tech's Gender Gap In a Decade
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How We Could Close Tech's Gender Gap In a Decade

We all know that the technology industry has a gender problem. But how do you move the needle from awareness to action? Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Girls Who...

With H-1B Visas for the Highly Skilled in Doubt, Tech World's Anxious
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With H-1B Visas for the Highly Skilled in Doubt, Tech World's Anxious

As President Trump seeks to clamp down on immigration, the status of white-collar international workers has become a political live wire. That has left many small...

No, Robots Aren't Killing the American Dream
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No, Robots Aren't Killing the American Dream

Defenders of globalization are on solid ground when they criticize President Trump's threats of punitive tariffs and border walls.

International Science Collaboration Growing At Astonishing Rate
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International Science Collaboration Growing At Astonishing Rate

The number of multiple-author scientific papers with collaborators from more than one country more than doubled from 1990 to 2015, indicating the increasingly global...

Grace Hopper's Compiler: Computing's Hidden Hero
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Grace Hopper's Compiler: Computing's Hidden Hero

One, zero, zero, one, zero, one. Zero, one, one…
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