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Connecting the Bytes
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Connecting the Bytes

Ramakrishnan Kannan helps scientists realize full potential of Titan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory's 20-petaflops supercomputer.

NASA's Real 'Hidden Figures'
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NASA's Real 'Hidden Figures'

In the 1960s, Mercury astronauts Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, John Glenn and others absorbed the accolades of being the first men in space.

Kremlin-Sponsored News Does Really Well on Google
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Kremlin-Sponsored News Does Really Well on Google

In the weeks after the election, tech companies scrambled to shoo fake news off of their platforms.

Top 10 Hot Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies
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Top 10 Hot Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies

The market for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies is flourishing.

Who Wants Snow? Researchers Test Cloud Seeding
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Who Wants Snow? Researchers Test Cloud Seeding

Researchers in southwestern Idaho have started a cloud seeding project to determine if the practice increases snowfall. Precipitation will be modeled on the Cheyenne...

These Are the 20 Fastest-Growing Skills in the Online Job Market
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These Are the 20 Fastest-Growing Skills in the Online Job Market

Next time you’re searching for a new job, look to Siri for inspiration.

Physicists Patent Detonation Technique to Mass-Produce Graphene
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Physicists Patent Detonation Technique to Mass-Produce Graphene

A Kansas State University team of physicists has discovered a way to mass-produce graphene with three ingredients: hydrocarbon gas, oxygen, and a spark plug.

Gender Diversity in STEM: 'Let's Change the World Together'
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Gender Diversity in STEM: 'Let's Change the World Together'

Universities across the U.S. have developed programs to attract women and under-represented minorities to STEM fields. Why aren't such efforts leading more STEM...

Nanocavity and Atomically Thin Materials Advance the Technology for Chip-Scale Light Sources
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Nanocavity and Atomically Thin Materials Advance the Technology for Chip-Scale Light Sources

Researchers are using atomically thin materials to build electrically pumped nanolasers, which are critical in the development of integrated photonic based short...

Gene-Modified Ants Shed Light on How Societies Are Organized
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Gene-Modified Ants Shed Light on How Societies Are Organized

Whether personally or professionally, Daniel Kronauer of Rockefeller University is the sort of biologist who leaves no stone unturned.

This Crazy Camera Could Be a Boon to VR Filmmakers
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This Crazy Camera Could Be a Boon to VR Filmmakers

If you're trying to create immersive virtual-reality video today, you've got a problem: choosing between a camera that's compact or a bulkier one that offers sharp...

Fake Think Tanks Fuel Fake News, And the President's Tweets
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Fake Think Tanks Fuel Fake News, And the President's Tweets

Fake news isn't just Macedonian teenagers or internet trolls.

Rumours Swirl About Trump's Science Adviser Pick
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Rumours Swirl About Trump's Science Adviser Pick

US President Donald Trump has met with two rumoured front-runners for the role of White House science adviser.

From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears
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From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears

Patrick Stobbs recently sat in a conference room here playing songs from his smartphone, attempting to show how his start-up, Jukedeck, is at the cutting edge of...

Neutrons and a 'Bit of Gold' Uncover New Type of Quantum Phase Transition
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Neutrons and a 'Bit of Gold' Uncover New Type of Quantum Phase Transition

A team of researchers led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory has discovered a new type of quantum phase transition that happens at an elastic quantum critical point...

Using Sunlight to Activate the Flow of Electrical Current in a New Material
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Using Sunlight to Activate the Flow of Electrical Current in a New Material

A team of scientists has compositionally modified magnetite to capture visible sunlight and convert this light energy into electrical current. 

Can Your Voice Reveal Whether You Have an Illness?
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Can Your Voice Reveal Whether You Have an Illness?

Our voices are amazing things.

Taming Data
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Taming Data

An international team of computer scientists has developed Data Civilizer, a system that automatically finds connections among many different data tables and allows...

In 2017, China Is Doubling Down on AI
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In 2017, China Is Doubling Down on AI

This year, China looks set to make larger waves than ever in artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

Chip-Sized Terahertz Modulator Raises Possibility of Faster Data Transmission
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Chip-Sized Terahertz Modulator Raises Possibility of Faster Data Transmission

Tufts University engineers have invented a chip-sized, high-speed modulator that operates at terahertz frequencies and at room temperature at low voltages without...
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