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Chinese Team Designs  62-Qubit Quantum Processor
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Chinese Team Designs 62-Qubit Quantum Processor

A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China designed and produced an superconducting qubit array composed of 62 functional qubits, and...

Will Exascale Computers Be Able To Work With Petascale Data?
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Will Exascale Computers Be Able To Work With Petascale Data?

George Slota at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been granted a National Science Foundation CAREER award to study the complex datasets of modern large-scale...

Flexible Nanoribbons Move Graphene Toward Use in Tech Applications
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Flexible Nanoribbons Move Graphene Toward Use in Tech Applications

University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers fabricated graphene into 12-nanometer ribbon structures that exhibit performance close to what's required for telecommunications...

Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link
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Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link

A study from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge finds little evidence for an increased association between adolescents' technology engagement...

Neuromorphic Circuit Simulates Associative Learning
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Neuromorphic Circuit Simulates Associative Learning

Researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Hong Kong have developed a computing device that is capable of learning by association.

Research Paves Way for Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles
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Research Paves Way for Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

Khurram Afridi of Cornell University is pioneering an innovative approach for the wireless charging of electric vehicles and other mobile machines while they remain...

Researchers Send Tiny Drug Delivery Robots Into Mouse Brains
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Researchers Send Tiny Drug Delivery Robots Into Mouse Brains

A team of researchers in China has managed to treat brain tumors in mice by delivering drugs to the tissues using microscopic robots.

Self-Folding Nanotech Creates Origami Bird, Presages Nanoscale Robots
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Self-Folding Nanotech Creates Origami Bird, Presages Nanoscale Robots

Researchers created a microscale self-folding origami bird to demonstrate micron-sized shape memory actuators that enable atomically thin two-dimensional materials...

Your Next Printer Could Be Based on Sound
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Your Next Printer Could Be Based on Sound

Scientists at the Universities of Bath and Bristol have successfully used sound to control ink droplets and print precise patterns.

Building a Mobile, Virtual Reality Classroom
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Building a Mobile, Virtual Reality Classroom

The University of Utah has designed and built an off-site virtual reality laboratory for use by students in the School of Biological Sciences.

Wearable Device Study Looks to Detect COVID-19 Upon Infection
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Wearable Device Study Looks to Detect COVID-19 Upon Infection

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers will study whether a wearable device can capture real time data that can be used to alert wearers of physiological...

Progress in Colloidal Quantum Dot Lasing Reported
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Progress in Colloidal Quantum Dot Lasing Reported

A paper by authors from Los Alamos and Argonne national laboratories sums up the recent progress in colloidal-quantum-dot research and highlights the remaining...

Extreme-Scale Computing Program Seeks Applications for 2021
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Extreme-Scale Computing Program Seeks Applications for 2021

Applications are being accepted for ATPESC 2021, an intensive training program that teaches key skills and tools for working with leading class supercomputers and...

Researchers Create Photonic Digital-to-Analog Converter
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Researchers Create Photonic Digital-to-Analog Converter

Researchers at George Washington University and the University of California, Los Angeles, have developed and demonstrated a photonic digital-to-analog converter...

Learning Robotics Is Becoming Fundamental for Youth
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Learning Robotics Is Becoming Fundamental for Youth

Given the inevitability of robots in our future, we should be doubling down on efforts to teach robotics to the next generation.

Designing Customized 'Brains' for Robots
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Designing Customized 'Brains' for Robots

MIT and Harvard researchers have developed a system that generates customized computer hardware that minimizes a robot's response time.

Project Turns Old Smartphones Into 2,500 Microscopes for Schools
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Project Turns Old Smartphones Into 2,500 Microscopes for Schools

Chulalongkorn University, in cooperation with Thailand's Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, will retrofit 2,500 old smartphones and turn them into digital...

IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020
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IBM Remains Top Recipient of U.S. Patents in 2020

IBM held its long-time place as the top recipient of U.S. patents in 2020 with 9,130 inventions, followed by Samsung, Canon, and Microsoft, according to research...

Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations
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Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations

Computer scientists at the National University of Singapore have demonstrated that it is possible to spy on private conversations using a common robot vacuum cleaner...

Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults
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Carebots Raise Ethical Questions on Assisting Older Adults

Researchers at North Carolina State University are addressing ethical questions raised by AI-enabled carebots and their assistance to the elderly.
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