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Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics
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Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics

A process developed by a team from multiple universities may be the key to manufacturing flexible stacked and three-dimensional electronic structures with multiple...

Deep Learning System Accurately Forecasts Heat Waves, Cold Spells
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Deep Learning System Accurately Forecasts Heat Waves, Cold Spells

Rice University engineers have created a deep learning computer system based on an obsolete method of weather forecasting that can accurately predict extreme events...

Winners Selected for NSF 2026 Idea Machine Prize Competition
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Winners Selected for NSF 2026 Idea Machine Prize Competition

Four grand prize and three meritorious prize winners of the NSF 2026 Idea Machine prize competition will help inform NSF's research agenda through 2026 and beyond...

U.K. Games Industry Pledges to Improve Equality and Inclusivity
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U.K. Games Industry Pledges to Improve Equality and Inclusivity

The U.K. games industry association has launched a new diversity pledge and has released the U.K. Games Industry Census report, an analysis of diversity in the...

Deep Learning Tapped to Improve Autonomous EVs and Ride-Hailing Services
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Deep Learning Tapped to Improve Autonomous EVs and Ride-Hailing Services

Computer scientists and software engineers at LLNL have developed a deep learning-based strategy to maximize electric vehicle ride-sharing services while reducing...

Academic Work With China Chilled by Federal Concerns
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Academic Work With China Chilled by Federal Concerns

Federal concerns that China is trying to steal cutting-edge science from U.S. campuses are forcing universities to take a hard look at ties with Chinese companies...

Computer Model Mines Medicines
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Computer Model Mines Medicines

To accelerate the identification of potential new medicines, a team at the University of Minnesota has developed a computer model that predicts how molecules with...

Alphabet Has a Second, Secretive Quantum Computing Team
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Alphabet Has a Second, Secretive Quantum Computing Team

Google's parent touted its quantum supremacy achievement last year. It doesn't talk about a group at its secretive X lab that's working on quantum software.

Companies Innovate More When Their Boards Include Women
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Companies Innovate More When Their Boards Include Women

Gender diversity in the board room is a key driver of corporate innovation, according to researchers at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business and...

Princeton Undergrad's Agritech Startup Now Serves 50k Indian Farmers
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Princeton Undergrad's Agritech Startup Now Serves 50k Indian Farmers

Started as a dorm project by a computer science undergrad at Princeton, agritech startup Kisan Network is now a tech supply chain for over 50,000 Indian farmers...

The Dice 2020 Tech Salary Report
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The Dice 2020 Tech Salary Report

The average U.S. annual salary in the technology industry increased just 1.3% to $94,000 in 2019, though increases were considerably higher in emerging tech hubs...

Data Analysis IDs High-Risk Locations for New Coronavirus
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Data Analysis IDs High-Risk Locations for New Coronavirus

Researchers at the University of Southampton analyzed troves of data to identify cities and provinces in China, as well as cities and countries worldwide, that...

Google Paid Out $6.5 Million in Bug Bounties in 2019
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Google Paid Out $6.5 Million in Bug Bounties in 2019

Google handed out a record $6.5 million of bug bounty prize money in 2019 as part of its Vulnerability Reward Programs.

Machine Learning Models Support Behavioral Practitioners
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Machine Learning Models Support Behavioral Practitioners

Machine learning algorithms are more accurate than dual-criteria methods at supporting the educational and clinical decisions made by teachers, mental-health professionals...

'Gender Equality in Tech' Initiative Kicks Off in Chicago
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'Gender Equality in Tech' Initiative Kicks Off in Chicago

Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures will spend $50 million to create "inclusive tech hubs" in Chicago and two other yet-to-be-named U.S. cities over the next five years...

Devotee Accused of Stealing From Alan Turing's Archive
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Devotee Accused of Stealing From Alan Turing's Archive

Federal officials in Colorado say they recovered World War II-era codebreaker Alan Turing's doctoral degree, knighthood medal, and other pieces of memorabilia almost...

Sixty Years at LLNL and No Plans to Retire
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Sixty Years at LLNL and No Plans to Retire

Luisa Hansen is not one to sit still or be idle. Having worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for the past 60 years, the nuclear physicist enjoys her...

UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce
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UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce

A four-day certificates program offered by the University of Chicago will educate scientists and engineers in the key principles of quantum technology and practical...

CSIR Ph.D. Not Good Enough for Some Indian NITs
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CSIR Ph.D. Not Good Enough for Some Indian NITs

In a practice researchers call "institutional racism," a few NITs in India only accept candidates for a faculty position if they have at least one degree from a...

How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research
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How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research

Digital photography has become the new normal for archival research.
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