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Science Candidates Prevail in US Midterm Elections
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Science Candidates Prevail in US Midterm Elections

Results from the United States' midterm elections are still pouring in, but a handful of candidates with backgrounds in science or technology have already nabbed...

China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet
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China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet

China's President Xi Jinping called on Wednesday for greater global cooperation in developing the internet and make it more ""fair and equitable", as Beijing seeks...

Colonizing Mars Means Contaminating Mars, and Never Knowing for Sure If It Had Its Own Native Life
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Colonizing Mars Means Contaminating Mars, and Never Knowing for Sure If It Had Its Own Native Life

The closest place in the universe where extraterrestrial life might exist is Mars, and human beings are poised to attempt to colonize this planetary neighbor within...

Machine Learning Spots Natural Selection at Work in Human Genome
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Machine Learning Spots Natural Selection at Work in Human Genome

Pinpointing where and how the human genome is evolving can be like hunting for a needle in a haystack.

E.T., We're Home
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E.T., We're Home

Existing laser technology could be fashioned into Earth's "porch light" to attract alien astronomers, an MIT study says.

The Messy Path to Transparent Electronics
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The Messy Path to Transparent Electronics

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at at Oregon State University recount the development of the world's first transparent transistor.

English Has the Scientific Edge, for Now 
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English Has the Scientific Edge, for Now 

For centuries, science was a multilingual affair, powered by French, German, English and other tongues. But since the early 1970s, English has become the undisputed...

With Student Interest Soaring, UC Berkeley Creates New Data-Sciences Division
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With Student Interest Soaring, UC Berkeley Creates New Data-Sciences Division

The University of California at Berkeley announced a new Division of Data Science and Information, a program change that helps secure the university's status as...

Imperial College To Offer Live Lectures Via Hologram
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Imperial College To Offer Live Lectures Via Hologram

Students at Imperial College Business School will have access to live lectures delivered via hologram during the current 2018/19 academic year.

Kai-Fu Lee Says U.S. Tech Companies Aren't Ready for Chinese AI
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Kai-Fu Lee Says U.S. Tech Companies Aren't Ready for Chinese AI

The chairman and chief executive officer ofSinovation Ventures says America's technology industry can't afford to underestimate the artificial intelligence companies...

Shape-Shifting Modular Robot Is More Than the Sum of Its Parts
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Shape-Shifting Modular Robot Is More Than the Sum of Its Parts

A Cornell-led team has developed modular robots that can perceive their surroundings, make decisions, and autonomously assume different shapes in order to perform...

Machine Learning to Help Optimize Traffic and Reduce Pollution
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Machine Learning to Help Optimize Traffic and Reduce Pollution

Scientists at Berkeley Lab, in collaboration with UC Berkeley, are using deep reinforcement learning to smooth traffic flow, reduce energy consumption, and improve...

Missouri Governor Signs STEM Education and Computer Science Bill
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Missouri Governor Signs STEM Education and Computer Science Bill

Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed into law a bill that expands computer science courses for high school students, creates a certification process for teachers...

'Bury-and-Forget' Sensors, Data Networks Will Monitor Soil Quality
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'Bury-and-Forget' Sensors, Data Networks Will Monitor Soil Quality

Engineers at Iowa State University and the University of Florida are developing a system of low-cost, graphene-based biosensors connected to wireless networks that...

A New Study Finds Potentially Manipulative Ads in Apps for Preschoolers
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A New Study Finds Potentially Manipulative Ads in Apps for Preschoolers

Apps marketed to children 5 and younger deploy potentially manipulating tactics to deliver ads to children, raising questions about the ethics of child software...

It's a Good Time to Be a Blockchain Developer
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It's a Good Time to Be a Blockchain Developer

It's a good time to be working in blockchains or Bitcoin, with salaries climbing and a host of job openings chasing fewer interested developers.

Researchers Use Machine Learning to Detect Medicare Fraud
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Researchers Use Machine Learning to Detect Medicare Fraud

Researchers from Florida Atlantic University's College of Engineering and Computer Science applied machine learning techniques to Medicare Part B big data to detect...

What Does a Crooked Election Look Like?
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What Does a Crooked Election Look Like?

For voters around the world, including the millions of Americans who will cast ballots in the midterms up to and on November 6, an election is democracy in action—an...

Google Pledges $25 Million in New Artificial Intelligence Challenge
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Google Pledges $25 Million in New Artificial Intelligence Challenge

Google announced the AI Global Impact Challenge and pledged $25 million in grants to help nonprofits, universities, and other organizations do positive things with...

190 Universities Just Launched 600 Free Online Courses
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190 Universities Just Launched 600 Free Online Courses

In the past four months , 190 universities around the world have announced 600 free or partially free online courses, lifting the world total to over 10,000.
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