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Neuroprosthetics: Once More, With Feeling
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Neuroprosthetics: Once More, With Feeling

Sitting motionless in her wheelchair, paralysed from the neck down by a stroke, Cathy Hutchinson seems to take no notice of the cable rising from the top of her...

Diamond Shows Promise For Quantum Internet
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Diamond Shows Promise For Quantum Internet

Today's Internet runs on linked silicon chips, but a future quantum version might be built from diamond crystals.

Moore's Law Is Not Just for Computers
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Moore's Law Is Not Just for Computers

Predicting the future of technology often seems a fool's game.

Computer Engineering: Feeling the Heat
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Computer Engineering: Feeling the Heat

A laptop computer can double as an effective portable knee-warmer—pleasant in a cold office.

Color Printing Reaches Its ­ltimate Resolution
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Color Printing Reaches Its ­ltimate Resolution

The highest possible resolution images—about 100,000 dots per inch—have been achieved, and in full-color, with a printing method that uses tiny pillars a few tens...

Mind-Controlled Robot Arms Show Promise
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Mind-Controlled Robot Arms Show Promise

 Two people who are unable to move their limbs have been able to guide a robot arm to reach and grasp objects using only their brain activity, a paper in Nature ...

Hint of Higgs, but Little More
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Hint of Higgs, but Little More

When its experiments started in earnest earlier this year, many scientists hoped that the world's most powerful collider would turn up new particles, additional...
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