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Nasa and Tor-Forge Books Partner in Themed Science Fiction Works

In an effort to introduce, inform, and inspire readers about NASA, the agency's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, has partnered with Tor-Forge Books...

Researchers Assist IBM in Cognitive Computer Chip Design
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Researchers Assist IBM in Cognitive Computer Chip Design

New experimental computer chips modeled on nervous systems are aimed at creating computers that can learn through experience, find correlations, create hypotheses...

Milestone For MIT Press's Bestseller
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Milestone For MIT Press's Bestseller

On Thursday, Aug. 4, the MIT Press held a party in MIT's Stata Center to celebrate the sale of the 500,000th copy of the textbook Introduction to Algorithms....

Researchers Face Budget Bind
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Researchers Face Budget Bind

Federally funded researchers are facing months of uncertainty due to the budget-cutting battle that's unfolding in Washington. But policy experts say one outcome...

China Aims to Renew Status As Scientific Superpower
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China Aims to Renew Status As Scientific Superpower

China was probably the world's earliest technological superpower, inventing the plow, the compass, gunpowder, and block printing. Then, science in the Middle...

Professor Accomplishes Breakthrough Toward Quantum Computing
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Professor Accomplishes Breakthrough Toward Quantum Computing

Olivier Pfister, a professor of physics at the University of Virginia, has just published findings in the journal Physical Review Letters demonstrating a breakthrough...

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European Project Will Raise Interest in Scientific Study

Eight European universities, including the Technical University of Madrid, are participating in the European DynaLearn Project, which is designed to increase student...
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