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Toward X-Ray Movies
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Toward X-Ray Movies

Low-power tabletop source of ultrashort electron beams could replace car-size laboratory devices.

Google Opens Montreal AI Lab to Snag Scarce Global Talent
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Google Opens Montreal AI Lab to Snag Scarce Global Talent

Google is building a new artificial intelligence lab in Montreal dedicated to deep learning, a technology that's rapidly reinventing not only Google but the rest...

Training the Next Generation in Science and Technology
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Training the Next Generation in Science and Technology

Internshipsare an incredibly valuable way to provide young people with hands-on, real-world work experience in STEM.

Tech Worker Visas Face Uncertain Future Under Trump, Sessions 
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Tech Worker Visas Face Uncertain Future Under Trump, Sessions 

The main U.S. visa program for technology workers could face renewed scrutiny under President-elect Donald Trump and his proposed Attorney General, Senator Jeff...

U.S. Universities Report Four Years of Declining Federal Funding
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U.S. Universities Report Four Years of Declining Federal Funding

U.S. federal funding for research at higher education institutions declined for a fourth straight year, according to a new report from the National Center for Science...

Jay W. Forrester Dies at 98; a Pioneer in Computer Models
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Jay W. Forrester Dies at 98; a Pioneer in Computer Models

Jay W. Forrester, an electrical engineer whose insights into both computing and organizations more than 60 years ago gave rise to a field of computer modeling that...

Manufacturing Jobs Aren't Coming Back
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Manufacturing Jobs Aren't Coming Back

Pundits will debate the wellsprings of Donald Trump's election triumph for years.

Brookhaven Advances Its Computational Science and Data Analysis Capabilities
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Brookhaven Advances Its Computational Science and Data Analysis Capabilities

Using leading-edge computer systems and participating in computing standardization groups, Brookhaven is enhance its ability to support data-driven scientific discoveries...

Supercomputers' Pit Crews
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Supercomputers' Pit Crews

Supporting some of the world's fastest computers requires more than an encyclopedic understanding of supercomputers. A deep knowledge of mathematics, an outgoing...

Will Banning 'Killer Robots' Actually Stop Robots From Killing?
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Will Banning 'Killer Robots' Actually Stop Robots From Killing?

Killer robots force questions that are set to define the coming age of automation, artificial intelligence, and robotics, researchers say.

Open-Access Automated Cars Aim to Advance Driverless Research
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Open-Access Automated Cars Aim to Advance Driverless Research

New University of Michigan research vehicles will be open testbeds for academic and industry researchers to rapidly test self-driving and connected vehicle technologies...

Glassdoor Data Reveals Widest Gender Pay Gaps in Tech
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Glassdoor Data Reveals Widest Gender Pay Gaps in Tech

The pay gap in tech is real, and wider than in many sectors. Seventy-five percent of the tech occupations we examined had gender pay gaps above the national average...

What Molecules You Leave on Your Phone Reveal About Your Lifestyle
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What Molecules You Leave on Your Phone Reveal About Your Lifestyle

A person's diet, medications, and beauty products leave molecular traces on the objects they touch, providing an unbiased, data-driven profiling method for crime...

Enabling Wireless Virtual Reality
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Enabling Wireless Virtual Reality

The MoVR system, developed at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, allows virtual reality headsets to communicate without a cord.

World-Leading HPC Centers Partner to Form Accelerated Computing Institute
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World-Leading HPC Centers Partner to Form Accelerated Computing Institute

Leaders in hybrid accelerated high-performance computing (HPC) in the United States, Japan, and Switzerland have signed a memorandum of understanding establishing...

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11/14/2016

increasingly high demand for their use in consumer electronics and clean energy technologies. While these materials are not actually rare, they are difficult...

Companies Bet on Designer Bacteria as New Way to Treat Disease
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Companies Bet on Designer Bacteria as New Way to Treat Disease

Sometime next year, volunteers in the U.S. could start swallowing capsules stuffed with genetically engineered E. coli.

How Data Failed Us in Calling an Election
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How Data Failed Us in Calling an Election

It was a rough night for number crunchers. And for the faith that people in every field—business, politics, sports and academia—have increasingly placed in the...

Trump's Big Data Mind Explains How He Knew Trump Could Win
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Trump's Big Data Mind Explains How He Knew Trump Could Win

The Associated Press had yet to call the presidential election for President-elect Donald Trump, and races in tight states like Pennsylvania and New Hampshire were...

Silicon Valley Reels in Wake of Trump's Presidential Victory
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Silicon Valley Reels in Wake of Trump's Presidential Victory

The 2016 presidential race was a powerful illustration of the influence that internet services have to shape the national political conversation.
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