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Engineers Design Artificial Synapse For 'brain-on-a-Chip' Hardware
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Engineers Design Artificial Synapse For 'brain-on-a-Chip' Hardware

When it comes to processing power, the human brain just can't be beat.

The U.s. Drops Out of the Top 10 in Innovation Ranking
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The U.s. Drops Out of the Top 10 in Innovation Ranking

The U.S. dropped out of the top 10 in the 2018 Bloomberg Innovation Index for the first time in six years, mainly due to a slump in post-secondary education efficiency...

China's Breathtaking Transformation Into a Scientific Superpower
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China's Breathtaking Transformation Into a Scientific Superpower

The National Science Foundation and the National Science Board have just released their biennial "Science & Engineering Indicators," a voluminous document describing...

Corporate Cultural Issues Hold Back Secure Software Development
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Corporate Cultural Issues Hold Back Secure Software Development

Existing corporate culture and lack of skills are cited by 58 percent of respondents to a survey of over 1,200 IT leaders as hurdles to being able to embed security...

Bug Bounty Hackers Make More Money Than Average Salaries, Report Finds
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Bug Bounty Hackers Make More Money Than Average Salaries, Report Finds

Individuals who participate in bug bounty programs earn on average 2.7 times more than the median salary of a software engineer in their home country, according...

What Silicon Valley Tech Jobs Pay the Highest Salaries?
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What Silicon Valley Tech Jobs Pay the Highest Salaries?

Indeed.com just released its 2017 Silicon Valley salary survey, looking at which tech jobs command the highest average pay over the past year, according to job...

Space Photos of the Week: You Just Try to Snap a Pic at 100,000 Mph
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Space Photos of the Week: You Just Try to Snap a Pic at 100,000 Mph

Get ready, because this week's space photos are nothing short of epic. First we're starting out close to home, just 43 light minutes away at Jupiter.

Four to Beam Up
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Four to Beam Up

The U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has for the first time delivered electron beams simultaneously to four experimental...

Fewer International Students Coming to U.s. For Grad School in Science and Engineering
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Fewer International Students Coming to U.s. For Grad School in Science and Engineering

International student enrollment in graduate science and engineering programs in the U.S. dropped in 2017. Almost all of the decrease was concentrated in two fields...

China Declared World's Largest Producer of Scientific Articles
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China Declared World's Largest Producer of Scientific Articles

For the first time, China has overtaken the United States in terms of the total number of science publications, according to statistics compiled by the US National...

Watch a Single Thought Move Across a Human Brain
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Watch a Single Thought Move Across a Human Brain

Neuroscientists have tracked the path of a human thought through the brain from beginning to end. The new research reveals the abilities of the prefrontal cortex...

I Am a Roboticist in a Cheese Factory
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I Am a Roboticist in a Cheese Factory

Most people think about robots as autonomous machines guided by artificial intelligence.

Apollo Astronauts Had Trouble Sticking to the Plan on Moon
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Apollo Astronauts Had Trouble Sticking to the Plan on Moon

Apollo moonwalkers often fell behind schedule while walking or driving on the lunar surface, according to a new report.

Report Says U.s. Leads in Science Activities, China Advances Rapidly
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Report Says U.s. Leads in Science Activities, China Advances Rapidly

The United States remains a global leader in science and technology, but its share of activities is declining as other nations — especially China — continue toScience...

Security at the Speed of Life
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Security at the Speed of Life

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate is developing a millimeter wave imager that will screen crowds entering subways, train...

What Tech Companies Have Been Hiring in Silicon Valley? Here Are the Top 20
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What Tech Companies Have Been Hiring in Silicon Valley? Here Are the Top 20

In Indeed.com's latest study of Silicon Valley's tech job openings, released this week, the job search firm gave a snapshot of which companies are doing the most...

Groundbreaking Experiment Will Test the Limits of Quantum Theory
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Groundbreaking Experiment Will Test the Limits of Quantum Theory

Scientists from three U.K. universities are to test one of the fundamental laws of physics as part of a major Europe-wide project awarded more than £3m (US$4.17...

Artificial Intelligence Will Be a Human Jobs Creator
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Artificial Intelligence Will Be a Human Jobs Creator

In 2013, James "Jimi" Crawford founded a company called Orbital Insight, barely noticed at the time amid the Silicon Valley froth.

IBM May Finally Stop Shrinking. But Is It a Turnaround?
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IBM May Finally Stop Shrinking. But Is It a Turnaround?

For five and a half years, nearly the entire tenure of its chief executive, Virginia M. Rometty, IBM has reported a steady erosion of revenue.

How a 22-Year-Old Discovered the Worst Chip Flaws in History
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How a 22-Year-Old Discovered the Worst Chip Flaws in History

In 2013, a teenager named Jann Horn attended a reception in Berlin hosted by Chancellor Angela Merkel. He and 64 other young Germans had done well in a government...
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