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November 2016


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Leading Chipmakers Eye Euv Lithography to Save Moore's Law

Leading Chipmakers Eye Euv Lithography to Save Moore's Law

Even after you don a bunny suit and get deep inside Fab 8, it's hard to get a sense of scale.


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Nasa Moon Mission Shares Insights Into Giant Impacts

Nasa Moon Mission Shares Insights Into Giant Impacts

New results from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission are providing insights into the huge impacts that dominated the early history of Earth's moon and other solid worlds, like Earth, Mars, and the…


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Apis Are Changing the Way We Pay

Apis Are Changing the Way We Pay

Application programming interfaces are being used increasingly to facilitate electronic payments. 


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Supercomputing the P53 Protein as a Promising Anticancer Therapy

Supercomputing the P53 Protein as a Promising Anticancer Therapy

University of California, San Diego professor Rommie Amaro is using a supercomputer to model the tumor suppression protein p53.


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Playing Grand Theft Auto Can Teach Autonomous Cars How to Drive

Playing Grand Theft Auto Can Teach Autonomous Cars How to Drive

Self-driving cars can learn the rules of the road by studying virtual traffic on videogames such as Grand Theft Auto V, according to a new study.


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Ddos Defenses Emerging From Homeland Security

Ddos Defenses Emerging From Homeland Security

Public, private, and academic researchers are collaborating on new distributed denial-of-service defenses.


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Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin

Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin

Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize applications and redefine the digital economy.


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Learning Securely

Learning Securely

Because it is easy to fool, machine learning must be taught how to handle adversarial inputs.


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Farm Automation Gets Smarter

Farm Automation Gets Smarter

As fewer people work the land, robots pick up the slack.

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