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Computationally Reconstructing the Acoustics of Notre Dame
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Computationally Reconstructing the Acoustics of Notre Dame

Computerized acoustical models could aid the restoration of Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.

How to Get Students Excited About Tech in a World of Instant Gratification
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How to Get Students Excited About Tech in a World of Instant Gratification

STEM education is a thankless job at a city charter school in Philadelphia.

The Seven Most Popular Programming Languages on GitHub in 2019
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The Seven Most Popular Programming Languages on GitHub in 2019

Here is a list of the most popular computer languages on GitHub, an ideal spot for seeing which  languages are used the most with respect to their project count...

Netflix: Python Is Behind Every Film You Stream
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Netflix: Python Is Behind Every Film You Stream

Developers at Netflix say the Python programming language is behind every aspect of the company's popular streaming service.

Novel Software Smartly Balances Data Processing Load in Supercomputers
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Novel Software Smartly Balances Data Processing Load in Supercomputers

A team of researchers at Virginia Tech is helping supercomputers work more efficiently by using machine learning to properly distribute data processing tasks across...

Scientists Take a Quantum Leap to Revolutionize Computing Research
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Scientists Take a Quantum Leap to Revolutionize Computing Research

PNNL scientists are working to realize quantum computing, which could revolutionize research in areas ranging from clean energy to communications.

American Dream Interrupted
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American Dream Interrupted

It is becoming harder for international STEM students to obtain an H-1B visa to work in the United States after earning their degree. Should immigrant students...

Tech Workers Are Sick of '996,' China's Version of Hustle Culture
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Tech Workers Are Sick of '996,' China's Version of Hustle Culture

Chinese programmers once embraced working 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week. But online, discontent is brewing.

STEM Resources Added to Materials Explorers Program
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STEM Resources Added to Materials Explorers Program

The Materials Explorers STEM outreach program recently launched new classroom activities for high school students through the support of the Arconic Foundation....

Data Scientists Map Supply Chains of Every ­.S. City
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Data Scientists Map Supply Chains of Every ­.S. City

Maps from the FEWSION Project showing the food, energy, and water supply chains for every community in the United States are now available for public use.

Scientists 3D-Print All-Liquid 'Lab on a Chip'
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Scientists 3D-Print All-Liquid 'Lab on a Chip'

Researchers at Berkeley Lab have 3D-printed an all-liquid device that can be repeatedly reconfigured to serve a wide range of applications, from screening drug...

Visa Rejections for Tech Workers Spike ­nder Trump
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Visa Rejections for Tech Workers Spike ­nder Trump

Thousands of current U.S. tech workers have had their H-1B visas suddenly rejected thanks to new policies implemented by the Trump Administration.

Energy Storage Device Withstands More Than 40 Hammer Strikes
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Energy Storage Device Withstands More Than 40 Hammer Strikes

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis made an energy storage device that can withstand a hammer striking it more than 40 times.

Program Helps Improve STEM Graduation Rates Through Community Engagement
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Program Helps Improve STEM Graduation Rates Through Community Engagement

California State University campuses are partnering with service-learning centers to offer students opportunities that combine STEM education and community engagement...

Global Database of Women Scientists Aims to Diversify the Face of Science
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Global Database of Women Scientists Aims to Diversify the Face of Science

The Request a Woman Scientist platform was launched to provide an easy to use tool to increase representation of women scientists in the scientific community and...

Students Develop Safer Tagging for Better Data
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Students Develop Safer Tagging for Better Data

A group of students at Duke are developing an open-source, open-hardware tag for marine animal research.

Statistics Student Improves WV­'s Baseball Analytics
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Statistics Student Improves WV­'s Baseball Analytics

Joseph Cuomo, an industrial mathematics and statistics student, is helping West Virginia University baseball coaches analyze data on release location, pitch velocity...

Engineers Create 'Lifelike' Material With Artificial Metabolism
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Engineers Create 'Lifelike' Material With Artificial Metabolism

Engineers have constructed a DNA material with capabilities of metabolism, self-assembly, and organization—three key traits of life.

Building a Printing Press for New Quantum Materials
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Building a Printing Press for New Quantum Materials

Scientists at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at Brookhaven National Laboratory are building a robotic system to enable the design, synthesis, and testing...

Group Decision-Making: More Information Isn't Necessarily Better
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Group Decision-Making: More Information Isn't Necessarily Better

New research sheds light on the complexity of collective decision-making and uncovers new insights into the benefits of the internal structure of groups.
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