By adjusting vacancies and substitutions in a material through a process called doping, researchers can enable previously impossible applications.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory From ACM News | January 11, 2022
A new system developed by researchers at Canada's University of Waterloo responds to users' hand gestures as computer commands.
University of Waterloo News (Canada) From ACM TechNews | January 10, 2022
Today, virtually every person with a portable computing device benefits from the RISC chip due to its low-power feature, which yields a much longer battery life...National Academy of Engineering From ACM News | January 10, 2022
A new analytical tool developed by a research team led by biologists at Boston College uses quantum mechanical modeling to predict future mutations of SARS-CoV-2...Boston College From ACM TechNews | January 7, 2022
Python has topped software testing outfit Tiobe's programming language list for the second year in a row, as it was awarded the title of programming language of...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | January 7, 2022
Concerns are mounting as Apple's location-tracking AirTag devices are being found on people's cars and in their belongings, giving rise to fears of stalking.
The New York Times From ACM TechNews | January 5, 2022