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Argonne Battery Design Offers ​'Solid' Advantage
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Argonne Battery Design Offers ​'Solid' Advantage

Scientists have begun to investigate solid-state batteries, which offer several advantages over those that use a liquid electrolyte.

How to Program Materials
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How to Program Materials

Empa scientists are able to predict the properties of composite materials, which can help achieve research objectives faster. This could lead to better recycling...

The Benefits of a Long-Term Relationship
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The Benefits of a Long-Term Relationship

Oregon State University and HP both say they have benefited from a close relationship they have maintained for decades.

Updated Computer Model Helps Bioenergy Developers Conserve Water
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Updated Computer Model Helps Bioenergy Developers Conserve Water

The U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory released an updated version of an online computer model that helps bioenergy developers preserve critical...

Computing Mentorship Program for Girls Wins Second Global Service Award
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Computing Mentorship Program for Girls Wins Second Global Service Award

William & Mary's Society of Women in Computing won ACM's Outstanding Community Service Award for the second year in a row.

Tech Hiring Behaviors Are Pushing Women Away, Survey Says
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Tech Hiring Behaviors Are Pushing Women Away, Survey Says

Gender bias during the recruitment process may be discouraging women back from entering the tech industry, according to global research from Booking.com.

John Urschel Tackles His Lifelong Balance of Math and Football
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John Urschel Tackles His Lifelong Balance of Math and Football

John Urschel traded a career as a professional football player for the Baltimore Ravens to become a full-time graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics at...

Scientists Help Artificial Intelligence Outsmart Hackers
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Scientists Help Artificial Intelligence Outsmart Hackers

Researchers at MIT are studying adversarial attacks to better understand why AI systems are susceptible to, and can outsmart, such attacks.

For People With Disabilities, Accessibility Tech's Still Not All It Could Be
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For People With Disabilities, Accessibility Tech's Still Not All It Could Be

More tech companies are stepping up efforts to make their products and services accessible for people with disabilities. But there's still more work to be done....

Computer Analysis Shows Pop Music Lyrics Are Angrier, Sadder
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Computer Analysis Shows Pop Music Lyrics Are Angrier, Sadder

Data scientists using quantitative analytics found that expressions of anger and sadness in popular music has increased in recent decades, while the expression...

Socializing Robots
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Socializing Robots

Heather Knight's research is helping robots collaborate with humans more effectively, a goal of social robotics.

Action-Focused Language Shapes Childrens' Views of Their Scientific Potential
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Action-Focused Language Shapes Childrens' Views of Their Scientific Potential

Action-focused language—instead of identity-focused encouragement—leads children to hold more inclusive beliefs about who can succeed in science, a new study says...

Veterinary Students' AR App Sparks New Level of Learning
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Veterinary Students' AR App Sparks New Level of Learning

An augmented reality app developed for Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine projects 3D images of horse limbs that students can examine through an iPad.

How to Tell Whether Machine-Learning Systems Are Robust Enough for the Real World
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How to Tell Whether Machine-Learning Systems Are Robust Enough for the Real World

MIT researchers have devised a method for assessing how robust neural networks are for various tasks, by detecting when the models make mistakes they shouldn't....

Computer Scientists Develop Dynamic Checklist for Creative Work
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Computer Scientists Develop Dynamic Checklist for Creative Work

Virginia Tech researchers and collaborators at web design startup B12 applied Atul Gawande's checklist concept to creatively driven tasks like writing and programming...

Computing Education in Steep Decline, Report Warns
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Computing Education in Steep Decline, Report Warns

Computing education in England is in "steep decline," according to a new report, prompting academics to warn youngsters are now less likely to access a computing...

Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Study Power Generation from Human Sweat
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Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Study Power Generation from Human Sweat

The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded a $452,000 grant to engineering faculty at Binghamton University to investigate generating power from human sweat...

75% of Staff at This Successful IT Company Are on the Autism Spectrum
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75% of Staff at This Successful IT Company Are on the Autism Spectrum

Ultra Testing, a New York-based software testing and quality assurance startup, employs over 60 workers remotely across 20 states, 75% of whom are on the autism...

DOE, Cray to Deliver Record-Setting Frontier Supercomputer at ORNL
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DOE, Cray to Deliver Record-Setting Frontier Supercomputer at ORNL

Cray Inc. will build the Frontier exascale supercomputer based on AMD processors at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The system is expected to debut in 2021 as the...
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